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.

72 Richmond Avenue, Auckland Park
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City of Johannesburg