Urban Residence in the Union of South Africa.


This little booklet,published by the South African Railways and Harbours, presents a more clear picture to the people of the British Empire, the benefits and problems that acure when migrating to a foreign land eg.South Africa.Set out in 14 chapters, it explains the present day conditions that can be expected when living in an urban environment,in South Africa,such as the migration problem,cost of living considerations,taxing,sporting facilities,hotels and boarding houses,education in the union,climate,and so on.



Limp pictorial card covers,worn and old looking with worn edges,bottom edge broken at the spine.Size 7×5 pp 64,inc,various tables and charts,plates,page map in prelims.Front hinge weak,Binding good to firm.Some childish pencil markings in the text,Some foxing and general grubiness to front and back prelims,otherwise reasonably clean throughout for its age,and having had so much use. A fair copy of a rarely found item.


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