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Reference, Research, Information


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‘Reno’ was a house demolished in 1977, designed by an architect simply known as ‘Cocking’, and was an example of the weatherboard cottage style. It was erected along St. John's Parade, Kew. Earliest records show the house existing as early as 1842, and passed hands until the City of Kew demolished it. The file includes: Correspondence between the Kew Historical Society and the City of Kew regarding the property’s preservation, photographs of the site before demolition, a newspaper article on the demolition, and a report detailing the site’s historical value.