Various parties


Reference, Research, Information


Secondary Values (KHS Imposed Order)


Subject file containing newspaper articles/clippings, research and correspondence from and to the Society. The earliest item, dating from 1964 is a letter from the Society to the City of Kew seeking Council support for the use of Ellesmore, 80 Princess Street as a cultural heritage centre. Other items of correspondence relate to the Masonic Hall (Walpole Street), Fernhurst, Southesk, Roberts House, Park Hill, Butleigh Wooton, Villa Alba, D’Estaville, Charleville, Roseneath, Merridale, La Verna, Otira, Raheen, Willsmere, Holy Trinity Church. Some of these letters contain information about construction of the buildings and architects. In addition to this correspondence, the file includes brief undated research notes on the Clock Tower at the Kew Cemetery, Tarring, Southesk, the Alexandra Gardens, Studley House (Burke Hall), Ellesmore, the Masonic Hall, Xavier College, Genazzano, Trinity Grammar, Carey Baptist College, Abbotsford, Fernhurst, Illapa, Madford, Morganville, Otira, Parkhill, Monnington, Field Place, Lalla Rookh, Merridale, Kew Mental Hospital, and D’Estaville.