Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal

Founded: 1850

Named after Lady Juana Smith, wife of Sir Harry Smith, Cape governor.


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List of references:

Coyne, Patrick. 2010. A guide to South Africa's mountain passes and poorts. Westville: Osborne Porter Literary Services. pp 184-188
Greig, Doreen. 1971. A Guide to Architecture in South Africa. Cape Town: Howard Timmins. pp 167-168
Maeder, GA & Zinn, C. 1917. Ons kerk album van Hollandsche kerken en leeraren. Capetown: Cape Times. pp 261
Oberholster, JJ. 1972. The historical monuments of South Africa. Cape Town: Rembrandt Van Rijn Foundation for Culture at the request of the National Monuments Council. pp 255
Picton-Seymour, Désirée. 1989. Historical Buildings in South Africa. Cape Town: Struikhof Publishers. pp 143-144
Richardson, Deirdré. 2001. Historic Sites of South Africa. Cape Town: Struik Publishers. pp 231-232

List of structures:

All Saints' Siege Memorial Chapel: c1906.
All Saints' Siege Memorial Church: c1902.
Burgergedenkteken: 1978.
Community Centre: 1983.
Courthouse: c1848.
Courthouse: c1890.
Diamond Jubilee Pavilion: c1897.
Ganesa Temple: 1916.
La Verna Hospital Chapel: n.d..
Mosque: n.d..
Natal Bank: c1880.
Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk - First: 1854.
Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk - Second: 1928.
Railway Institute: 1903.
Railway Station: n.d..
Regina Pacis Catholic Church: n.d..
Royal Hotel: pre-1901.
Royal Hotel, alt: 1934.
Soofie Sahib Mosque: n.d..
St Joseph's Catholic Church: 1908/ 1941-1946.
Town Hall: 1893 : 1917.
Town Hall, restored after war damage: 1902.
Town Hall, tower: 1894.
Two designs for the Railway Institute: 1902.
Wesleyan Hall, Ladysmith: 1924.
Windsor Hotel: 1938.