Legislative Council House
(Hillebrand 1975: 167, 168)
This is a fine building of red brick, set off with white stone columns of Corinthian design, while in the grounds in front there is a handsome statue of Queen Victoria, similar to the one at Cape Town, which was subscribed for as a memorial of Her Majesty's Jubilee. The buildings were finished some six years ago, and cost all in about £25,000.
Ref: Photographs of South Africa comprising Representative Views etc.; The South African Photo-Publishing Company, Cape Town, 1894: Pg 161.
[Submitted by William MARTINSON]
All truncated references not fully cited below are those of Joanna Walker's original text and cited in full in the 'Bibliography' entry of the Lexicon.