Lindfield House

Filled with memorabilia amassed by generations of women, the museum was founded by Katharine Love from a family collection of Victorian and Edwardian furniture, household and decorative items typical of middle class professional people of the time. The collection is housed in a 1910 residence from the Herbert Baker school of architecture, with additions by A.J. Marshall and Nelly Edwards, the first known woman architect in Johannesburg. (Blue plaque inscription) Victorian House Museum. Received Provisional Protection in 2012 (Provincial Gazette Extraordinary Vol.18 No.164, 13 June 2012).
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