The 39th issue of our annual journal, Richmond History, with a new design by Andrew Humphreys, was published in May 2018.
In this issue:
- Ron Berryman, whose striking painting illustrates the front cover, tells the story of a sensational murder in Richmond in 1766
- Ron McEwen takes us on a tour of the historic houses of Kew Green
- Robert Wood looks at the impact that a mugging in Richmond Park had on London’s policing
- Keith Mulberry reminds us about a Petersham schoolboy who briefly diverted public attention during the grim days of 1916
- Steven Woodbridge describes the launch, in 1919, of the Richmond branch of the of the League of Nations Union
- Robert Wood and Simon Fowler write about the visits to Richmond Park and Kew Gradens by the Chinese artist Chiang Yee
- There are several short memoirs about growing up in Richmond during the Second World War, and Vanessa Fison tells the story of Latchmere House, which played a key role in the Allies’ victory.
The price of the journal is £5 (£4 to members). To find out how to buy a copy go to our Bookshop page. Our online prices include postage and packing.
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