1917 "Our Day" Cartwrights building and tram in Adderley Street, Cape Town
From the Coulter family photo album, courtesy Hans Niehaus. Fred and Agnes Stephens owned The Homestead at Oranjezicht from 1907-1947. Their three sons were killed in the First World War. These photographs of a fund raising event in Cape Town, October 18-21, 1917, were taken by Charles Coulter who was married to the Stephens's fourth child, Alice. His photo album was found among his papers when Coulter's law firm was being wound up and rescued by Hans Niehaus - to whom thanks for allowing me…
Koopmans-de Wet House Arthur Elliot Collection (1920) The house was given its present form by architect Louis Thibault who, during the mid-18th century, turned it into a double-storey mansion with a flat roof and so-called Louis XVI architectural features. It was acquired by the De Wet family in 1809 when it was purchased by the widow of Hendrik de Wet. She and with her three sons lived in this residence for many years.
New Somerset Hospital, Cape Town
This large building was designed and built under the direction of the Public Works Department. it has a very pleasing appearance when seen from the bay and entering the port, and is situated within spacious grounds surrounded with trees. A new wing, in commemoration of the Queen's Jubilee of 1897, will shortly be erected. giving increased accommodation, which is badly required. There are at present thirteen wards, these being named after various Colonial notabilities. On Google Maps