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by Tony Grogan

Author: Tony Grogan
Language: English
Publisher: D. Nelson; 2nd Edition edition (June 15, 1979)
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Tony Grogan captures the charm and cultural heritage of Cape Town which is fast disappearing. Text by Brian Barrow. ISBN13:9780909238216.

com: Tony Grogan's Vanishing Villages. Color and black and white illustrations by the author throughout. Publisher: Don Nelson,, Cape Town: Publication Date: 1978. Very good in a very good (one small chip) dust jacket.

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Ewart Scott Grogan (1874–1967) was an English explorer, politician, and entrepreneur. He was the first person in recorded history to walk the length of Africa, from Cape Town to Cairo. Ewart Grogan was educated at Winchester College and Jesus College, Cambridge, which he left without taking a degree. He was expelled from both school and university. He subsequently spent some time at the Slade School of Art before going to Bulawayo to help defend the town in the Second Matabele War.

Tony Grogan captures the charm and cultural heritage of Cape Town which is fast disappearing. Text by Brian Barrow