No. 118 MARCH 2017: Women's History / Robert Baker p1.Society news p2. Women working: a short history of the Kew Ladies' Benevolent Society / Suzanne McWha p4. Dwellings for people of small means / David White p6. Remembering Kew [Kew Town Hall 1865-1971; Ordsall 1858-1970] / Kerry Fairbank & Robert Baker p8. William James Runting / Desley Reid p.9. Mayoral mementoes in the collection / Robert Baker p10. Recent donations / Robert Baker p10.
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