Warmbad: Edward's Cook's Commemorative Stone
Head line:  Warmbad: Edward's Cook's Commemorative Stone
Detailed description:  Stone erected in 1929 in memory of the missionary Edward Boyer Cook (1806-1843), the founder of Nisbett's Bath (Warmbad), the first Wesleyan mission station in Great Namaqualand
Details of Buildings:   - Reference No: VWa - Grading:  - Type of building:  - Style period:  - Architect:  - Builder:  - Date erected: 1929 - Name of building: Edward Cook Commemorative Stone
Remarks:  Proclaimed a national monument on 17 May 1987, National monuments in Namibia / Andreas Vogt. p. 55
Subjects:  Mission stations, Missionaries, Wesleyan Missionary
Persons:  Cook, Edward
Places:  Karas, Warmbad
Date of photo:  1988
Copyright holder:  Namibian Institute of Architects
Provenance:  Namibia Institute of Architects
Photographer:  Unknown
Technical info
Medium:  STI
Format: TIF
Date digitised: June 2016
Metadata entry tool: ISIS