Hout Bay Public Library, Cape Town, South Africa, was originally planned and run as a library/community centre by Margaret Mc. L. Thomas. After her death, the library building was bequeathed to the community specifically for library use and opened as the Thomas Library in 1964. A new building was completed in 1989 to cope with increasing demand.
Three posters and a folder of leaflets, booklets, magazines and press reports mostly relating to the community library at Imizamu Yethu, Hout Bay, Cape Town, 1996-1997.
The papers were donated by Hout Bay Library in August 1997.Access Conditions
Bodleian reader's ticket required.Reproduction Restrictions
No reproduction or publication of papers without permission. Contact the library in the first instance.
The library holds a card index of all manuscript collections in its reading room.
Hout Bay Public Library | Cape Town (South Africa)
Public libraries | South Africa