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Published date: 25 September 2015

Emily Ward-Willis explains how to research the local history of an area, using the Mortlake Terrace shops in Kew as a case study.

The talk will show how you can use records held by The National Archives, and other archives and local studies centres, to research local history.

This talk was recorded live as part of the Know Your Place festival, a celebration of the heritage of Richmond upon Thames. We apologise for any intermittent reduction in sound quality.

Author: Emily Ward-Willis Duration: 00:14:25

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  1. 4 October 2015
    7:07 pm

    Steph

    Really interesting project. The slides were very helpful. Thank you.

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