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South Africa Archives and Libraries

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Libraries
=== Libraries ===
 
==== Cape Town Central Public Library ====
 
21 Parade St, Cape Town City Centre<br>Cape Town 8000<br>South Africa<br>
Old Drill Hall, Darling Street<br>Cape Town 8001<br>South Africa<br>
Telephone: 27 21 444 0209/0983/0985<br>Email: [mailto:central.library@capetown.gov.za central.library@capetown.gov.za]<br>
Website: [https://www.facebook.com/centrallibrarycapetown/ Central Library, Cape Town]<br>
Website #2: [https://www.capetownmagazine.com/central-library Central Library in Cape Town]<br>
Website #3: [https://capechameleon.co.za/the-cape-town-central-library/ Cape Town Central Library]<br>
Website #4: [http://www.nlsa.ac.za/condgrant/index.php/address-list-of-free-state-libraries-january-2015/52-central-public-library-city-of-cape-town-municipality Central Public Library (CITY OF CAPE TOWN MUNICIPALITY)]<br>
Website #5: [http://community-services.blaauwberg.net/libraries/western-cape-libraries/Cape-Town-Central-Public-Library Cape Town Central Public Library]
 
==== Cory Library ====
 
The [https://www.ru.ac.za/corylibrary/genealogy/ Cory Library] is located on Rhodes University campus in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. The library has a large collection of genealogical materials, including the following:
 
*Complete set of the Graham's Town Journal from 1831 to 1920, all in hardcopy with the exception of 1853-1857 which is available on microfilm. After 1920 the Grahamstown Journal was incorporated in the variously titled Grocott's Penny/Daily Mail.<br>
*The newspaper Grocott's Mail is still published in Grahamstown twice a week, Tuesdays and Fridays. The Cody Library holds the archival hardcopy set of the Grocott's Mail from its inception in 1872 to date as well as sets of other Grahamstown and district newspapers.<br>
*Archives (including church registers) of, inter alia, the Methodist Church of Southern Africa, the Diocese of Grahamstown (Church of the Province of Southern Africa) and the Eastern Cape Presbyteries of the Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa.<br>
*Registers for some Congregational, Roman Catholic and Baptist Churches as well as marriage registers for the Grahamstown Hebrew Congregation.
==== National Library of South Africa ====
Website: [https://www.unisa.ac.za/sites/corporate/default/Library/Branch-locator Library Branch locator]
 
==== Cory Library ====
 
The [https://www.ru.ac.za/corylibrary/genealogy/ Cory Library] is located on Rhodes University campus in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. The library has a large collection of genealogical materials, including the following:
 
*Complete set of the Graham's Town Journal from 1831 to 1920, all in hardcopy with the exception of 1853-1857 which is available on microfilm. After 1920 the Grahamstown Journal was incorporated in the variously titled Grocott's Penny/Daily Mail.<br>
*The newspaper Grocott's Mail is still published in Grahamstown twice a week, Tuesdays and Fridays. The Cody Library holds the archival hardcopy set of the Grocott's Mail from its inception in 1872 to date as well as sets of other Grahamstown and district newspapers.<br>
*Archives (including church registers) of, inter alia, the Methodist Church of Southern Africa, the Diocese of Grahamstown (Church of the Province of Southern Africa) and the Eastern Cape Presbyteries of the Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa.<br>
*Registers for some Congregational, Roman Catholic and Baptist Churches as well as marriage registers for the Grahamstown Hebrew Congregation.
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