The 38th issue of our annual journal, Richmond History, was published in May 2017.
In this issue:
- Tony Adler tells us about Bishop Bryan Duppa, who endowed almshouses in Richmond
- John Moses gives an account of the Georgian painter Zoffany’s links with Kew
- Stephen Harrison discusses another painter who was inspired by Richmond, his mother Mary Kent Harrison, who was active here in the 1930s and 1940s
- Vanessa Fison writes about the Penn family’s links with Richmond, Ham and Petersham
- Stephen Bartlett tells the story of Royston House on Kew Road and the people who lived there, from its construction in the 1880s to its demolition in the mid-1950s
- Peter Flower explains how the Rev Henry Martin secured the future of the Independent Congregational Church in Richmond town
- Louise Heaton researches the history behind two Edwardian postcards sent to a girl in Kew, whose family ran a draper’s store in Richmond
- Former Richmond Council leader Sir David Williams recalls Richmond upon Thames’ first Liberal Democrat administration, from 1983 to 1986
- We remember, and appreciate the life of, our late President and Chairman, David Blomfield
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