The Club Library

The Club Library is hosted at The Trades House of Glasgow and consists of volumes about or with some connection to Glasgow, copies of the Transactions of the Club and minute books.
Old Glasgow Club members can access the library by contacting the Trades House of Glasgow Librarian and making an appointment to visit.
Librarian's report 2015
compiled by Anna Forrest, May 2015
In the main, the Library and Papers of the Old Glasgow Club are in the Trades House of Glasgow, Glassford St. G1 1UH, and accessible to Members of the Club.
Archive Boxes
These contain a series of papers, booklets, membership records, property books, scrapbooks and ephemera pertaining to the Old Glasgow Club.

 1. Trades House Library: Old Glasgow Club Collection. Robert P. Dunlop 

Loose papers in envelope

2. Notice: Next Monthly Meeting of the Old Glasgow Club, Athenaeum, Monday 17 April 1905. Chair: Mr. William Liddell, Speakers: Mr. Thomas Lugton, Mr. George Taylor. Membership Proposal List
3. Folder of Notices: Notices and Programmes from 1905-, various papers
4. Old Glasgow Club’s 100-Year Milestones, by Liz and Graham Smith 1999
5. Red Folder: Trades House Library, shelf stock from 1860 –
6. Document: Places Named in Charters and Other Documents Relating to the City of Glasgow 1175-1707 and Extracts from the Burgh of Glasgow 1573-1759, Index and Abstract. Olivia D. Scott, Glasgow Libraries Dept. 1983 Printed on loose pages, corded together
7. Programmes (Meetings) held in the Old Tontine Building, (Old Council Hall) 22 Trongate 24 Oct 1905 Hon President Sir John Ure Primrose, Lord Provost, includes “The Tolbooth Pictures” and the song “The Old Glasgow Club”
8. Old Property Book No. 1 (Bound) Manuscript First Entries 1905 –
9. Old Property Book No. 2 (Blue Folder) 1981, begins Entry 1009. [Prop. Cat. No. 1244] Bob Dunlop, Librarian 1981
10. Archive Book No. 1 (Dk Blue Folder): features archives of various miscellaneous articles. [Prop. Cat. No. 1872] BD includes “Memorial anent Proposed removal of the St. Enoch Church Steeple” 1906? OGC Headquarters – The Peoples’s Palace 1906. Plan/drawing of the President’s Chain of Office [nd]
11. Archive Book No. 2 (Dk Blue Folder): features Lists of various transactions, donations and Librarian’s reports. [Prop. Cat. No. 1366] BD
12. Archive Book No. 3 (Dk Blue Folder): book of notes from various talks Sessions 1972-1984 BD
13. OGC Committee Minute Book 1 (Bound) 1958/59 – 1963/64 [Prop. Cat. No. 1102] Fergus Jardine
14. OGC Committee Minute Book 2 (Loose Bound) Dir. Meetings/Ordinary Meetings, short notes. May 1947-1999.
15. OGC Committee Book 5. May 1987 – Dec 2000. [Prop.Cat. No. 1500
16. OGC Cash Book. May 1929- Oct 1966 [Prop. Cat. No. 1499]
17. Book of Attendance. Jan 1982-May 2003
18. OGC Synopsis of Talks (Folder) 1982-1988 BD
19. Black Bound Book featuring various correspondence/programmes/ invitations/newsletters/postcards from 1905 - [Prop. Cat. No.1869] BD
20. Bound Book featuring various correspondence (early)/statements/ cigarette packets etc. [no prov.]
21. Old Glasgow Club Correspondence (Manila Env) Session 1965-66 (incl. letter to Corporation of Glasgow on the retention of the Toll House, Pollokshaws)
22. Old Glasgow Club Correspondence (Manila Env) Session 1966-67
23. OGC Correspondence (Manila Env.) Session 1969-70
24. OGC Cuttings Book. 1961 – 1975 BD
25. Cuttings Folder. Various newspaper clippings about Glasgow, incl. special feature on “Glasgow City of Culture 1990 Award”, feature on Glasgow International Airport
26. Folder containing newspaper supplements: incl Donald Dewar commemoration, celebration of 200 years of the Daily Record
27. Mrs. Terry’s Folder: collection of notes for talks, various dates
28. Folder: Evening Times Supplement “War at Home and Abroad” and “Changing Face of Glasgow” Various dates
29. Scrapbook No. 3: Various newspaper clippings
30. Scrapbook No. 4: Various newspaper clippings
31. Scrapbook No. 6: Various newspaper clippings
32. Scrapbook No. 7: Various newspaper clippings
33. Scrapbook No. 8: Unused
34. Scrapbook (no number): featuring editions of “Times Past” supplements on the Story of Glasgow
35. 3 Scrapbooks featuring various newspaper clippings
36. OGC Outings Scrapbook 1983-92 BD
37. OGC Outings Scrapbook 1994-99 BD
38. Folder of loose photographs
39. Glasgow Buildings Guardian Committee – Agendas, Minutes and Papers 1990-1991
40. Glasgow City Council. Development and Regeneration Services – Conservation Area Appraisal Reports – Draft Versions 2003-2004 [Strathbungo, Scotsoun, St. Vincent Cres., Crosshill, Millbrae, Hazelwood, Parkhead Cross, Dennistoun, Snuff Mill, Carmunnock, Walmer Crescent]
41. Glasgow City Council. Development and Regeneration Services – Glasgow Urban Design Panel – Agendas and Papers 2006-2007
42. Centenary of the First World War, Service for the Commonwealth. Glasgow Cathedral, Mon. 4 August 2014. Publ. Glasgow City Council and HM Government.
(Recent addition donated from MembersNight, Feb. 2015 by speakers, Petrina Cairns and Peter Mortimer) 2 x Booklets and poppy.
· 2 large tin boxes/trunks containing above papers and Transactions. Black, not in good condition and non-secured
· Wood-framed Notice, glassed “Old Glasgow Prints. Lent by the Old Glasgow Club” [nd] Poor condition, glass cracked
· Cards: “Old Glasgow Street Characters” Prompt cards, manuscript, well-used [nd] Approx 50 cards, poss. follow the notes of Mr. James Adair who gave an Address of the same title in 1930-31 Session, in Transactions.
· OGC Bowling Club. Bowling Competition June 1989, Winner: James Burns (Skip) – small coloured enamel shield on wood.
· Invitation Cards: Invitation Cards for the Centenary of the Old Glasgow Club, 4 Dec. 2000 7pm Civic Reception in the City Chambers, Lord Provost Alex Mosson.
· Elitescope: Episcope Model no. 91-3005 Elite Optics Ltd. Appears to be a light projector. (n.d., no provenance)
· Magic Lantern
 Apart from the tin boxes/trunks, Archive boxes have been used. Loose papers have been placed in acid-free folders. Where possible, I have given the Property Catalogue Number of the item, which would have been relevant to the Trades House Library. (BD) is Bob Dunlop’s allocations.
Transactions: (Unbound Copies)
Volume 1 No. 1 - 1903-1904 / No.2 - 1904-1905 / No.3 - 1905-1906 / No.4 - 1906-1907
                        No.5 - 1907-1908
Volume 2 No.1 - 1908-1909 / No.2 - 1909-1910 / No. 3 - 1910-1911 / No. 4 - 1911-1912
                        No. 5 - 1912-1913
Volume 3 No. 1 - 1913-1914 / No. 2/3 - 1914-1915/1916 (BD) / No. 4 - 1916-1917
                        No. 5 - 1917-1918
Volume 4 No. 1 - 1918-1919 / No.2 - 1919-1920 / No. 3/4 1920-1922 / No. 5 - 1922-1923
Volume 5 No.1 - 1923-1924 / No.2 - 1924-1925 / No. 3 - 1925-1926 / No. 4 - 1926-1927
                        No. 5 - 1927-1928
Volume 6 No.1 - 1928-1929 / No.2 – Missing / No.3 Missing
                        No.4 1931-1932
                        No.5 1932-1933
Volume 7 No.1 1933-1934
                        No.2 1934-1935
                        No.3 1935-1936
Volume 7 No.4 1936-1937
                        No.5 1937-1938
New Series 1947-1952
75th Anniversary Souvenir Transaction 1975
Centenary Handbook 2000
* There is a General Index in Vol 6 No. 5 1932-1933 which gives the Lectures printed and delivered from 1900-1933, needs to be checked as all Lectures were not printed.
OLD GLASGOW CLUB Lantern Slides Collection: Adair
 Provenance: A collection of glass lantern slides with hand-written description cards stored, in the main, in a biscuit tin. The collection appears to have been brought together by James Adair, Solicitor and Club Member from the 1920s.
Mr. Adair features in Club Transactions of 1930-31 as giving an address on “Old Glasgow and its Street Characters” and used lantern slides to illustrate his talks. The collection has been stored in various sites including the People’s Palace during periods when Club members were in curatorial roles. Thanks to Club Librarian and former Hon. President, Robert P. Dunlop for their safe keeping. Thanks to Brian D. Henderson, Past President for this and other information on James Adair.
1. Glasgow Armorial Insignia (Coat of Arms) [nd]
2. Slezar’s (sic) View of Glasgow from the east,,, showing the Cathedral, Bishop’s Castle, Old College, Molendinar, the Manse of Glasgow
3. Public Offices, Jail from the foot of Charlotte St., designed by William Stark in the form of a quadrangle with 2 courtyards. Jail had res.74 “fire rooms”, 58 cells and two condemned cells made totally of iron, a Chapel and Infirmary, Governor’s House. Opened 1814.                                                 
Drawn and Engraved by J. Swan 18128
4. As above…..Public Offices, Jail from the foot of Charlotte St. and view from the courtyard.
5. Town’s Hospital, Great Clyde St., north bank of the River Clyde. Founded 1730, opened 1733 for the reception of the poor. Building at rear added used as an Infirmary and later as a Lunatic Asylum. Cost £1,897.65/-, end of first year there were 151 inmates, 61 old persons, 90 children. 1848 was still in use as a cholera hospital. 1851 became a warehouse and various. Thomas Fairbairn colour print – slide in black and white. 1848/9
6. Hutchesontown Bridge with Nelson’s Monument and Arn’s Well in the foreground. Foundation stone laid by Lord Provost in 1745. Parapets were almost complete when it was destroyed by a flood. A foot bridge was erected and used until 1829 when another foundation stone laid for
the bridge by Robt. Stevenston. New iron bridge renamed Albert Bridge 1871. Thomas Fairbairn 1849
7. View of Glasgow from Little Govan. Sylvan setting a mile above Glasgow (Hutchesontown, Richmond Park), Kings Bridge, James St., Ballater St. Drawn John Knox. Engraved J. Swan 1828
8. Slide of St. Enochs Church and St. Enochs .Square [no card, nd]
9. City and Council Buildings, Wilson St [nd]
10. Duplicate of above
11. Trades Hall, Glassford St. from the north. Foundation stone laid 1791, built to design of Robt. Adam (previously meetings held in Old Alms House, Kirkgait). 1809 a Free School instituted for 108 boys on the premises adjoining the Hall. Drawn John Knox, Engraved J. Swan 1828.
12. St. David’s Church, Ingram St 1824 - from Cannon St (Cannon St now N. Albion St) Steeple beyond is Hutcheson’s Hospital, opposite far end of street is old Royal Bank, Queen St. This is just at the time when Ingram St was widened. Drawn John Knox, Engraved J. Swan 1828
13. City of Glasgow Bank….Last Meeting of Board of Directors [no card, nd]
14. Sketch of Glasgow, needs research. [nd]
15. City Plan of Glasgow, needs research [nd]
16. View of Glasgow from Windmill Croft 1760 Engraving J. Grainger
17. Stockwell Bridge [nd]
18. Lobby or Buffet in House in Charlotte St. [no card. nd]
19. Cathedral Choir Drawing by J. Fleming, Engraving J. Swan 1828
20. Fiddler’s Close, No 75 High St. west side, in the (18)40s, Note thatched roof, wooden gables. Foot of stairs under thatch note old cast iron well of Glasgow Water Co. 3ft high, operated by a key. Close removed 1949, from Simpson’s “Glasgow” drawn 1849, re-engraved 1898
21. Close No 75 High St. 1868 from Annan’s Photographic Album for the City Improvement Trust. Differs from Simpson’s view due to Post Office renumbering 1850’s see on right cast iron well of Cranstonhill Water Co.
22. Possibly Bell Street off High Street [no card. nd]
23. Old Building in the back of close at 15 Clyde St., Port Dundas [nd]
24. Old Building in Back Court, note bent chimney [nd] 
25. Feeing Market. Event held annually at Sidney Square at eastern entry to Meat Market. Originally feeing for farm workers for hire, now for all domestic staff. [nd]
26. Southside Park (Queens Park) Glasgow – looking north along Victoria Road from the top of steps, south of old bandstand. Note house under construction on Queens Drive. G.W. Wilson
27. Southside Park (Queens Park) Glasgow – looking east over Queens Crescent and Queens Drive. Big Rutherglen smokestack on right, horsevan may have been photographer’s mobile darkroom
28. Glasgow International Exhibition 1888 exhibition in Kelvingrove Park, Stewart Fountain, John S. Kennedy Monument (Lion). Pavilion stretches over site of Art Gallery
29. Granny Robertson’s Cottage, Old Cathcart [nd]
30. Clyde, Central Glasgow. Photo Surrey Flying Service [nd]
31. Sedan Chair. Private or Hired Illus. [nd]
32. Glasgow – Stirling Coach or 4 in Hand, called “Perserverance” [nd]
33. The Dandy Horse with its Rider wearing his best Walking-Out Outfit . 1815
34. Glasgow Garnkirk Railway opened 1831
35. Glasgow to Paisley Steam Carriage 1834
36. Daimler on his first car….a wooden bike with a motor attached to it. [nd]
37. Belvidere: Slide shows a coach or cab sitting at the gates of Belvidere House, now Hospital, London Road, Parkhead [nd]
38. Rival Preachers (1) [nd]
39. Rival Preachers (2) [nd]
40. Deid/Dead or Skellett Bell
41. Dougal Graham (1) [nd]
42. Dougal Graham (2) [nd]
43. Bell Geordie [nd]
44. Heather Jock [nd]
45. Willie White [nd]
46. Hirstlin’ Kate [nd]
47. Wee Alick Knight [nd]
48. Wee Jamie Wallace [nd]
49. The Clincher (1) [nd]
50. The Clincher (2) [nd]
51. Wee Macgregor [nd]
52. Rev. Donald Fraser [nd]
53. Dr. Chalmers [nd]
54. Unknown. Gentleman in Divinity robes, Regent’s chair, Glasgow University [no card. nd]
55. Branks (mask) [drawing nd]
Lantern still stored by the Club. Glass Lantern slides digitised and stored in Archives.
*nd.- no date
OLD GLAGOW CLUB Lantern Slides Collection: Calton
“Calton Lantern” Lantern Slides of Old Calton
A Tour in The Calton, by Peter Fyfe
Read to the Old Glasgow Club, 15th February 1917
Provenance: Slides were probably used to illustrate a lecture given as above, by Peter Fyfe, Sanitary Inspector, Glasgow Corporation Special Committee on Housing.
The Lecture is published in the Transactions of the Old Glasgow Club, Vol.3 Part 4 1916-17 p. 267. Slides are in approximate numerical order, with note cards, within a wooden slide drawer, annotated “James Lander, Mosspark 1975 Prop. Cat. No. 1211”
Small card, rear of wooden box, “Purchased by OGC from widow of late Member Wm. Thomson. 13th May 1936. £15.00 (Cat. No. 347)
Peter Fyfe’s narrative is of its time and the note cards depict some of his couthy wit and sharp observation regarding his fellow citizens from the fairly enlightened times of his tenure.
C.1 Title
C.2 Plan of Route “A Tour in The Calton”
C.3 Comic Cartoon “What a City Sanitary Inspector Sees”
C.4 View of Glasgow from the South West 1760
C.5 Glasgow from the South East: Slezer 1693
C.6 Calton Burgh Medal 30 August 1817
C.7 Glasgow Cross, South East Corner. North West corner of Ward of Calton
C.8 The “Family Home” St. Andrews Street, North side
C.9 St. Andrew’s Church 1756
C.10 St. Andrew’s Church 1756 Interior, Great East window
C.11 Quarrier’s City Orphans’ Home 1870 (earlier known as “Home for Destitute Children”
C.12 St. Andrew’s Square, North East corner
C.13 Tent Hall, Steel Street 1879
C.14 Old Episcopal Church of St. Andrew-by-The-Green 1750
C.15 Clothes Market, Greendyke Street
C.16 Highland Light Infantry Ceremony at George Square 1915
C.17 Headquarters of (9th Battalion) of the Glasgow HLI
C.18 Old Clothes Market No. 2
C.19 Old Clothes Market
C.20 London Street (to become London Road)
C.21 Saracen’s Head Inn
C.22 Charlotte Lane or “Balaams Pass”
C.23 David Dale, Charlotte St.
C.24 Athenaeum Arch or McLennan Arch, entrance to drive through Glasgow Green
C.25 “Burnt Barns” Tavern, oldest pub in Glasgow 1679
C.26 No. 34 Kent Street, corner of Suffolk Street
C.27 Edward Irving
C.28 Old Houses, Calton Entry
C.29 The Feeing Market
C.30 Dr. Thomas Chalmers
C.31 St. John’s Church Tower, Bell St – from Bain Sq.
C.32 St. Lukes Church (Parish) Bain Sq.
C.33 “Old Bob” Childrens’ Playground Attendant, Bain Square
C.34 King Street, Calton, known as “Beggars Row”
C.35 Glasgow Corporation Balcony Blocks, Gallowgate and Bain Square 1892
C.36 Glasgow Corporation Balcony Blocks, Bain Square 1892
C.37 Glasgow Medical Mission and Society, Moncur Street
C.38 Corporation “Farmed-Out Houses”
C.39 Calton Cross, North West corner
C.40 Back of No.1 Well Street, Calton
C.41 Mr. Agnew’s Chocolate Factory, Well Street, Calton
C.42 Mr. Agnew’s Chocolate Factory. Girls wrapping each chocolate
C.43 Mr. Agnew’s Chocolate Factory. Girls packing individual boxes
C.44 Calton UF Church, Kirk Street ?????
C.45 No. 4 Massie Street at Kirk Street, Calton
C.46 No. 16 Kirk Street, old Back Court buildings, leading to Moncur Street
C.47 Barrows. Kerbside stalls Moncur Street
C.48 Barrows. North of Moncur Street, south of King Street. General view
C.49 Barrows. Covered accommodation facing Moncur Street at Calton Lane
C.50 Barrows. Lino selling by Dutch Auction
C.51 Barrows. Cycle tyres and other things on barrow. Claythorn Street to left
C.52 Barrows. Braces stall, looking north west, Claythorn Street extreme left
C.53 Barrows. Braces suspended, golf clubs, walking sticks, cases. Back view Green Street
C.54 Barrows. Lady stallholder with a feather in her cap
C.55 Barrows. Old clothes hanging on fence
C.56 Barrows. Kettle barrow with clocks on wall
C.57 Barrows. Kettle barrow, another view
C.58 Barrows. Clothes stall, selection of dresses hung on fence
C.59 Barrows. Old clothes stall, woman with parasol
C.60 Barrows. Plant barrow
C.61 Barrows. Covered accommodation, junction of Moncur Street and Kent Street
C.62 Barrows. Mr. McDonald, Bookseller
C.63 Barrows. The Artist
C.64 Green Street, Day Industrial School
C.65 Old Houses, Calton Entry
C.66 Fishwife in Tobago Street
C.67 Tobago Street, west side
C.68 Calton Parish Church, Chapel-of-Ease to the Barony Church, Tobago Street,
            east side. ??? WD & HO Wills Factory right side
C.69 Barrows. Stall with a flat iron and other items near a fence made of railway sleepers
C.70 Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin. Last of the hand-loom weavers in Struthers Street
C.71 Betsy McLaughlin at her loom, 34 Struthers Street
C.72 No.144 Bell Street, Calton. Backlands row of old houses
C.73 Stevenson Street. Backlands dwellings
C.74 Nos. 74 and 80 Stevenson Street. Backlands
C.75 Abercromby Street Common Lodging House, opened by the Corporation 1802
C.76 Logan and Johnston Charity School for Girls, Green Street
C.77 Buchanan Institution, facing Glasgow Green, foot of James Street
C.78 Glasgow Green, children at play “Daisy Green” “McPhun’s Park”
C.79 Greenhead Baths
C.80 Templeton’s Carpet Factory 1889 William Leiper
C.81 Washing on the Green
C.82 More Washing on the Green
C.83 Bleaching on the Green
C.84 Old George Geddes of the Humane Society, Glasgow Green
C.85 Humane Society House, Glasgow Green 1790
C.86 “Scotch Washing”
C.87 Son of George Geddes, Humane Society, Glasgow Green
C.88 Bonnie Wee Well, Hugh MacDonald Fountain 1881
C.89 People’s Palace Glasgow Green
C.90 Beauties on the Green
C.91 Bowling on the Green
C.92 Doulton Fountain, Glasgow Green. Made for the 1888 Exhibition
C.93 Collins Fountain, entrance to Glasgow Green at Saltmarket 1881
C.94 Old print of the Glasgow Fair 1825
C.95 Old print of the Glasgow Fair 1832
C.96 High Court House, Saltmarket
C.97 Old Court House, a view 1828 x 2
C.98 “ “ “
C.99 Woman in Shawl, Green St. 1910
2 Slides not digitised: (C.69?) C.100& C.101
John McDowall and Wee Maggie. Round the corner in Bell St. lived the oldest handloom weaver left in Calton in 1917, then aged over 80.
Maggie filled the pirns for him on her spinning wheel, while her uncle looks on
These glass Lantern slides have been digitally reproduced and are now stored in the Old Glasgow Club Archives.
OLD GLASGOW CLUB Aitken Collection
Robert Aitken’s Collection of slides of Glasgow life were gifted to the Old Glasgow Club in August 2003. They have still to be identified accurately and listed.
 All of the above Archives are housed in the Library of the Trades House of Glasgow.
OLD GLASGOW CLUB Books and Papers
The following books, papers and collections have been added in the last few years. 
Book Acquisitions from approx. 2008- Updated Oct. 2014 AF
Box 1
1. Alhambra – Glasgow Smith, Graeme Glasgow Publications 2011
2. Anne Frank: Beyond the Diary Van der Rol, Ruud & Verhoeven, Rian
                                                                                    Puffin 1995
3. Castle Semple Rediscovered Nisbet, S. RLHF 2009
4. Centra Glasgow McKean, Charles et al Mainstream Publ. & R.I.A.S.
                                                1989 (Binder Copy)
5. Century of Glasgow: Events, People and Places over the 20th Century.
                                                            Durie, Bruce Sutton Publ. 2000
6. Childhood in Scotland Miller, Christian Cannongate 1989
7. Chronicles of the Celts Zaczek, Iain Collins & Brown 1996
8. Church History of Scotland Burleigh, J.H.S. Hope Trust 1988
9. City of the Dead: Guide to Glasgow’s Southern Necropolis South Glasgow Heritage Environment Trust 2007
10. Clydebuilt: the Blockade Runners Graham, Eric J. Birlinn Ltd. 2006
11. Credit Draper Simons, J. David Two Ravens 2008
12. Deadline: Story of the Scottish Press Reid, Harry BBC/St. Andrews P.
13. Did You Know? Foreman, Carol Glasgow City Libraries 1996
14. Don’t Walk Down College Street Ramsey, Ted Ramshorn Publ. Glasgow 1985 (Phtc)
15. Finding Peggy: a Glasgow Childhood Henderson, Meg Corgi Books 1994
16. Foundations of Glasgow: the Growth of a City Registers of Scotland 2009
17. Gartloch Hospital: 100 Years Hutton, Guthrie Stenlake Publ. 1994
18. Ghosts of Glasgow Barr, William W. R. Drew Publ. 1982
19. Glasgow Maver, Irene Edinburgh University P. 2000
20. Glasgow: A Hundred Years Ago Tweed’s Glasgow Hand-Book
                                                                                                Molendinar P. 1972
21. Glasgow: the Socio-Spatial Development of the City Pacione, Michael
                                                                                                Wiley 1995
22. Glasgow Almanac Terry, S. Bookwell/SGHET 2005
23. Glasgow Dragon Dillon, Des Luath P. Edinburgh 2004
24. Glasgow From the Eye in the Sky Corrance, Douglas (Ph.) Archer, Ian  
                                                            Mainstream Publ. & Radio Clyde 1988
25. Glasgow Gospel Stuart, Jamie St Andrew Press 1992
26. Glasgow in Transition: Paintings 1958-64 Whone, Herbert           
                                                                        Colin Baxter Phot. Ltd. 1996
27. Glasgow Sketch-Book: A Quarter-Century of Observation Annand, Louise
                                                                                    R. Drew Publ 1988
28. Glasgow’s Glasgow: People Within a City The Words and the Stones Publ. 
                                                                        Glasgow City of Culture 1990
29. Glasgow’s Miles Better: About Glasgow Struthers, John Struthers Publ. 1986
30. Glencoe and the Indians Hunter, James Mainstream Publ 1996                                 
31. Gorbals Children: a Study in Photographs McKenzie, Joseph
                                                                                    R. Drew Publ. 1990
32. Gorbals Voices, Siren Songs Glasser, Ralph Chatto & Windus 1990
33. Great Glasgow Stories II Burrowes, John Mainstream Publ 2000
34. Guide to Glasgow Addresses: Part II 1826 – 1950 Industrial City 
            Miller, Susan Glasgow & West of Scotland Family History Society 2001
35. Harry Benson’s Glasgow Black & White Publ 2007
36. Haunted Glasgow Halliday, Ron Fort 2008
37. Hidden Glasgow Foreman, Carol Birlinn Ltd 2001
38. Historical Tours in the Clyde Valley Clyde Valley Tourist Assoc & Lanark
                                                                        Archaeological Society 1982
39. History of the Witches of Renfrewshire. New ed. With Introduction and Extracts from
                        Records of the Presbytery of Paisley. Alex. Gairdner Publ. Paisley 1877
40. Illustrated Guide to Glasgow 1837 Lindsay, Maurice Robt. Hale London 1989
41. It’s A Bad Thing Whisky, Especially Bad Whisky Burns, Edward Balvag Books
                                                                                                Glasgow 1995
Box 2
42. Last Exit From Bridgeton: an East End Childhood Remembered McKenna, James
43. Liberation of Celia Kahn Simons, J. David Five Leaves Publ. 2011
44. Life and Works of Rennie Mackintosh Harris, Nathaniel Parragon Book Service
45. Medical Archives of Glasgow and Paisley: GGHB Archives
Tough, Alistair G. Wellcome History of Medicine/Glasgow University 1993
46. Midnight Scenes and Social Photographs: Being Sketches of Life in the Streets.
               Wynds and Dens of the City Glasgow 1858 Univ. of Glasgow Reprint 1976
47. Midnight Scenes and Social Photographs Shadow (C. Harvey) 1976
48. Midwifery in Scotland: a History Reid, Lindsay Scottish History P. 2011
49. Motherwell Revisited King, Steven Stenlake Publ 1991  
50. Night Song of the Last Tram: a Glasgow Childhood Douglas, Robert 
                                                                        Hodder & Stoughton 2005
51. No Mean City McArthur, A and Kingsley Long, H Corgi Books 1956
52. Old Cathcart, Langside and Mount Florida Eunson, Eric Stenlake Publ. 1999
53. Old Glasgow Morton, Henry Brougham Richard Drew Publ. Glasgow 1988
54. Old Springburn Stuart, Andrew Stenlake Publ. 1991
55. Old Townhead’s A Goner Stuart, Andrew Stenlake Publ. 1994
56. Origin and History of the Old Glasgow Club 1900-1935 Lockhart, A, McL.
56a Park Circus Area: Corporation of Glasgow Planning Department 1967
57. Phantom Village: the Myth of New Glasgow Spring, Ian Polygon Edin. 1990
58. Pollokshaws Through Time Rountree, George Stenlake Publ. 2009
59. Pollokshaws Village and Burgh 1600-1912 McCallum, A 1912
60. Power and Protection: The Torbhlaren Bell, Its Shrine and the Relic Tradition
                                    Markus, Gilbert Argyll & Bute Council Booklet 2009
61. Regality Club Papers 1st Series and 2nd Series - Card covers
62. Regality Club Papers 3rd Series and 4th Series - Card covers
63. Reputation for Excellence: a History of the Glasgow Printing Industry
                        Scottish Printing Archival Trust. Merchiston Publ. [n.d.]
64. River Clyde: Discovering MacLeod, Innes & Gilroy, Margaret
                                                                        John Donald Publ. 1991
65. Scotland: James V – James VII Donaldson, Gordon (Series: Edinburgh
                                                History of Scotland V. 3) Mercat P. Edin 1994
66. Scottish and Irish Economic and Social History 1600 – 1900: Comparative
            Aspects [n.d.]
67. Scottish Art Review: V.11 No. 2 1948                      
68. Scottish Midwives: Twentieth-Century Voices Reid, Lindsay 
                                                                        Black Devon Books 2008    
69. Scottish Witches Cameron, Charles W. Jarrold Publ. 1994
70. Seawolves: Pirates & the Scots Graham, Eric J. Birlinn 2007
71. Second City Oakley, C.A. Blackie Glw & London 1964                               
72. Second City: Glasgow Photographs 1860 – 1960 Terry, Chris Fort Publ. n.d..
73. Seen and Not Heard: Scottish Children 1844-1944 Livingstone, Sheila  
                                                            Scottish Library Assoc. 1998
74. Stan Laurel and Other Stars of the Panopticon Bowers, Judith Birlinn 2011
75. Streets of Stone: Glasgow Stories Burgess, Moira & Whyte, Hamish (eds)
                                                                                                Salamander P. 1988
76. Tales from the Back Green Paterson, Bill Hodder & Stoughton 2008
77. Tartan Pimpernel Caskie, Donald Birlinn Ltd 1999
78. Tears the Made the Clyde: Well-Being in Glasgow Craig, Carol Argyll Publ.
79. Tenement: a Way of Life. A social Historical and Architectural Study of Housing in
                        Glasgow Wordsall, Frank W & R Chambers Ltd. 1976
                        [Red Binder Photocopy]
80. Tenement House: Miss Toward of the Tenement House National Trust for
                                                                                                Scotland (Pack) 1984
81. Times Past: the Story of Glasgow Evening Times/Black & White Publ. 2004
82. Trials and Crime Miscellany Jarndyce Cat. No. CXXXII 1999
83. University of Glasgow: Through Five Centuries 1451 – 1951 Publ. by University
                                                Commemoration of 5th Centenary 1951
84. Wee Yellow Butterfly McCormack, Cathy with Pallister, Marian Argyll Publ. 2009
85. Witches of Pollok Downie, Anne Capercaillie 2010
86. Who Belongs to Glasgow? Edward, Mary Glasgow City Libraries 1993
Old Glasgow Club A.L. Hall Collection Books
 Title Author                                    
1. Guide to Old Govan Parish Church 1963
2. Battlefield of Langside 1568-1968                                                                      
3 Burgh of Saltcoats: History
4 Bygone Carluke Summerville&Warren 1991
5 Bygone Clyde Valley K Liddell 1991
6 Cathcart Memories Gartshore 1938
7 Death By Design: Necropolis R Scott 2005
8 Eglinton Tournament: 1839-1989
9 Fifty Years Of BBC Scotland BBC 1973
10 Fortuna Domas: University Lectures 1952
11 Getting Around Glasgow; Official Guide GlasgowCorporation 1962
12 Glasgow And its Clubs John Strang 1856
13 Glasgow As It Was Vol 1-3 M Moss 1975
14 Glasgow At A Glance Young & Doak 1965
15 Glasgow By Tram Ian Stewart 1977
16 Glasgow Historical Portraits Corporation of Glasgow
17 Glasgow in the 1840s Paintings: Watercolours by William Simpson 1998                  
18 Glasgow International Exhibition 1888
19 Glasgow Observed S Berry 1987
20 Glasgow Office Directory 1828-9
21 Glasgow Old And New J House 1979
22 Glasgow Then And Now R Kenna 2005
23 Glasgow Trolleybuses B Deans 1977
24 Glasgow 3rd Statistical Account 1958
25 Glasgow: its Origin and Development 1919
26 Glasgow Story C Stewart Black 1937?
27 Henglers Grand Circque McCarthy                                
28 History of England Vol 1-2 T Smoller 1828
29 History of Glasgow Denholm 1798
30 History of Glasgow Part 1 1921
31 History of Scottish Coal Industry 1700-1815 1970
32 History of St Andrews Parish Church J Thomson 1905
33 Hyndland Ann Laird 1997
34 Industrial Archaeology of Glasgow J Hume 1974
35 John Anderson and College he Founded J Munn 1950
36 Keep off the Grass W Gilmour 1996
37 Kingston Upon Clyde: 1770-1970
38 Milngavie in old Picture Postcards 1988
39 Monklands Canal G Hamilton 1993
40 Mount Florida Parts 1&2
41 Old Glasgow Cant & Lindsay 1947
42 Old Glasgow and its Environments
43 Old Montrose T Valentine 1997
44 Ordinance Gazetteer:Scotland Vol 1-6
45 Rosslyn W Grant 1950
46 Rosslyn Chapel Earl of Rosslyn
47 Round Glasgow by Tram Ian Stewart 1979
48 Scenes and Sails of Firth of Clyde Gilchrist 1946
49 Scottish Arts Review Magazine 1960
50 Seeking the Scots A Robinson 2006
51 Some Sylvan Scenes near Glasgow Brotchie
52 Square Mile of Murder Jack House 1975
53 Anecdotage of Glasgow Alison 1892
54 The Balfron Heritage J Thomson 1991
55 The Fleeting Years;Drawings from University 1951
56 The Lady of Claremont House: Isabella Elder 1987
57 The Lord Provosts of Glasgow 1833-83 1883
58 The Story of the Fossil Grove 1972
59 Town and Country;1850-1920 University of Glasgow 1986
60 Villages of Glasgow Vol 1 Aileen Smart 1988
Old Glasgow Club A.L. Hall Papers and Extracts Collection.
 Glasgow History Notes 370AD-1399
 Glasgow History Notes 1390-1498
 Glasgow History Notes 1390-1599
Glasgow History Notes 1600-1695
15th Century Dress
1700-1799 + Virginia mansion extract 1894
Calendar of events 18th century
Denholm’s history of Glasgow 1800-1899
1900-1993 Calendar of events - List of Sources
Geological Time
Political Constitution of Glasgow
Date of founding Chairs of Glasgow University
Glasgow Notes, general
Disc of Glasgow Calendar
Ground Plan of Bishops Castle
Approx map of Molindinar Burn
Extracts from “ Nestor” Rambling Recollections of Old Glasgow
Extracts from early travellers in Scotland
A L Hall Personal index
Crib notes-Plan of High Street
Crib notes on Alan Pinkerton
Photographs Glasgow- River Kelvin, Kelvinside Terrace
Watermans House, Anniesland Cross
Jamaica Bridge
Portrait of Sam Bough
Thomas Annan 1868-1877
The Tontine
The City of the West ( Foulis)
Black and White Postcards of Glasgow
2 Watercolours- Partick Bridge, Anderson Museum
Newspaper photograph – St Vincent Street
Newspaper photograph – Partick Bridge
Newspaper photograph- 77 Saltmarket
Swan’s views of Glasgow 1 - 24
Spare set of Swan’s views of Glasgow
Newspaper clippings of Glasgow streets and buildings
Miss Cranston’s Tearoom
Emillo Gizzi’s Restaurant Great Western Road
Wylie and Lochead - 125 years
West of Scotland College of Domestic Science
Scotland’s Oldest Pub
Prices Then and Now
Pottery Rosewater bottle – Illus.
19th cent Painting Glasgow Green
A Century Ago - news sounds familiar
Sir Thomas Lipton 1850-1931
Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery
Maps of Glasgow 1952
Kelvin Bridges and surrounding
Blaeu’s Maps, Place names for Arran, Bute, Dunbartonshire, Renfrewshire.
North Street, Glasgow.
Moving of William Annan Statue
Finnieston Ferry
Cheers! Happy Days
Barr and Stroud
Mining in Scotland
Trouble at Mill
Sammy Gilmore UCS Convener
Milestones on Way to Jet Age
Glasgow Underground- 2 items
New Train at Partick
Gorbals Statue
Various clippings on Glasgow Flood
Steam Boat on Clyde
Brochure- Mugdock Castle
Brochure- Bearsden Roman Fort
Brochure- Provan Hall
Brochure- James Watt 1736-1819
Paisley, largest town that would be a city
Jottings from a 1879 voyage
How the Gettysburg changed its address
Early gas making
Electrical Contractors Association dinner, dance
Royal Faculty of Procurators Glasgow, Guide
Glasgow Sugar Trade
Chic Murray-Best of Chic’s classic jokes
2 Cartoons- Middin, Sir William Gray
Metropole came back to the met
James Bridie Scottish Playwright
Milestone in Glasgow Cinema history
Pavilion Theatre opening
The 1st Glasgow Boy Scouts
Scottish National Players
Duncan Macrae & Molly Urquhart 1949/50
Glasgow Film Theatre
Glasgow International Exhibition 1888
Westerton: a Glasgow Suburb
Empire Exhibition Glasgow 1938
Glasgow Made It 1930s
Glasgow Garden Festival 1988
Vincenzo Lunardi Balloon landing 1785

Requiem for poor McGrory

Pope visits Dali’s Christ ?

Rudolph Hess captured.

OLD GLASGOW CLUB T. McSkimming Collection                            

Acq. Approx. 2011

Box 1:

1. Annals (Some) of the United Presbyterian Congregation of Wellington Street, Glasgow 

            MITCHELL, James Glasgow Aird & Coghill 1877

2. Bishop’s Castle, the Book of … and Handbook of the Archaeological Collection. 

Prtd. for the International Exhibition, Glasgow. T & A Constable 1888

3. Black Bull Inn, Glasgow. Three Letters to the “Glasgow Herald” Glasgow 1909

4. Blackie & Son 1809 – 1959: a Short History of the Firm

            BLACKIE, Agnes A.C. Glasgow Blackie & Son Ltd 1959

5 Board of Green Cloth: Minute Book 1809 – 1820 With the Notes of the Members

Glasgow Priv Prtd. No. 57 Maclehose & Sons 1841

6. Book of Glasgow Anecdote: Illustrated

MALLOCH, D. MacLeod London/Edinburgh T.N. Foulis 1913

7. Bursaries, Schools, Mortifications and Bequests: for which Magistrates & Council of the City of Glasgow, Act, Either in Whole or Part, as Trustees, Patrons or Administrators

Glasgow Glasgow University Press 1861

8. Chronicles of Gotham or, the Facetious History of Official Proceedings: Illustrated

[] Glasgow To Be Had From the Bookseller 1856

9. Clyde: River and Firth

            Painted: Mary Y. and J. Young HUNTER Described: Neil MUNRO.

            London Adam and Charles Black 1907

10. College Courant: Journal of the Glasgow University Graduates Association

Collection: Vol II No.3 Martinmas 1949

                        Vol III No 6 Whitsun 1951

                        Vol IV No 8 Whitsun 1952

                        Vol V No 9 Martinmas 1952 3/-

11. Days at the Coast: a Series of Sketches: Firth of Clyde – Its Watering-Places, Its Scenery and Its Associations

MACDONALD, Hugh Glasgow Robt. Lindsay 1857

12. Divinity Principals in the University of Glasgow 1545 – 1654

REID, Rev. H.M.B. Glasgow Maclehose & Sons 1917

13. Double Choir at Glasgow Cathedral 2ed.

WATSON, Thomas Lennox Glasgow RIBA/James Hedderwick & Sons Ltd 1916 5/- nett

14. Early Scottish Newspapers and Extras: Revelations of the Good Old Days?

TIERNEY, James & J.H. Helensburgh Priv, Printd. 1961 3/- nett

15. Exhibition of Work by Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Illustrated Catalogue

HOWARTH, Thomas Saltire Society and Arts Council of Great Britain 1953 1/6d

16. Familiar Illustrations of Scottish Life; Embodying Nearly Five Hundred Anecdotes and Stories, Chiefly Original. 2ed.

ROGERS, Rev. Charles London Houlston and Wright 1866

17. Five-Hundred Year Book: to Commemorate the Fifth Centenary of the University of Glasgow 1451 – 1951

HAMILTON, Ian R. (ed.) Glasgow Students Fifth Centenary Committee, University of Glagow 1951

18. Fifty Years in the Baking Trade 1872 – 1922: Bilsland Brothers Ltd. Hydepark Bakery Commemoration Issue Illustrated. Glasgow

19. Fifty Year of Newspaper Life 1845 – 1895; being Chiefly Reminiscences of That Time [Glasgow Herald]

SINCLAIR, Alexander Priv. Prntd. []

20. Foundations of Glasgow

WHITE, James Glasgow University Press/Maclehose & Co. Ltd [Mainly Partick] 1934

21. Glasgow Academy: the First Hundred Years

Committee & Prof. C.A. CAMPBELL, Glasgow University. Publ for the Glasgow Academy by Blackie & Son Ltd. 1946

22. Glasgow Herald Centenary: Banquet in St. Andrews Halls 1882.

            Programme, Addresses etc. 1882

23. Glasgow in 1901

MUIR, James Hamilton, Illustrated by BONE, Muirhead Glasgow William Hodge & Co. 1901

24 Glasgow Limited: a Case-Study in Industrial War and Peace

PATERSON, T.T. Cambridge Univ. Press 1960

25. Glasgow Rivers and Their Streams, Their Legend and Lore

BROTCHIE, T.C.F. [with 40 sketches by the Author] Glasgow Maclehose & Sons 1914

26. Glasgow Rivers and Their Streams etc. Another copy of above, same edition, same date.

27 Glasgow Stock Exchange Association 1844 – 1898: Records Glasgow Maclehose & Sons 1898

Box 2:

28. Glasgow University Chapel: Booklet/Description 8 pages         

                  Glasgow Maclehose & Co. Ltd. [n. date]

29. Glasgow University Press 1638 – 1931: With Some Notes on Scottish Printing in the Last Three Hundred Years

MACLEHOSE, James Glasgow Glasgow University Press 1931 

(Plate: Robert Foulis, Printer to the University from 1743 to 1776 [Tassie])

30. Glimpses of Glasgow: Its Character, Romance and Charm

EADIE, Robert (…shown in a few Illustrations) Glasgow H & J Pillars & Wilson [n. date]

31. Guests of St. Mungo Or, Days in Old Glasgow

LAURENCE, Hugh Glasgow Blackie & Son Ltd. 1914

32. High School of Glasgow

ASHMALL, Henry A. Glasgow Publ. for the High School of Glasgow Club by Scottish Academic Press Ltd. 1976

33. Hillhead High School Club 1902 – 1952      

Publ. for Hillhead High School, War Memorial Trust & Hillhead High School Club 1952

34. Historical Account of the Grammar School of Glasgow: with a List of the Duxes from 1782 till 1825

CLELAND, James Glasgow Khull, Blackie and Co. 1825

35. History of Downahill Church 1823 – 1923

DICKIE, Rev. William Glasgow John Tomlinson Ltd. (Stanley Works, Partick) 1926

36. History of Free St. George’s Church, Glasgow, 1843 – 1893

YOUNG, George B. Glasgow W. Hodge & Co. 1896

37 History of Glasgow

GIBSON, John Glasgow 1777 Leather Binding, loose

38. History of St. Andrew’s Parish Church, Glasgow

THOMSON, Rev. James Glasgow Robert Anderson 1905

39. History of St. Andrew’s Parish Church, Glasgow etc.

2 Copies same book, different bindings

40 History of the Glasgow Society of Lady Artists’ Club [Founded 1882]

Glasgow Priv. Prtntd. Maclehose & Co. Ltd. 1950

41. History of the Merchants House of Glasgow

REID, J.M. Glasgow George Outram & Co Ltd [n. date]

42. House of Collins: the Story of a Scottish Family Publishers from 1789 to the Present Day KEIR, David Glasgow Collins 1952

43. Incorporation of Bakers of Glasgow

NESS, James and R. Ralston (NESS) – Joint Clerks Glasgow William McLellan & Co. 1931

44. Inglis, Glasgow: the Story of a Shipbuilding Family [Pointhouse Shipyard]

INGLIS, John G. Arbroath Herald Press [n. date]

45. James Finlay & Company Limited: Manufacturers and East India Merchants 1750 – 1950 Glasgow Priv. Prtntd. Jackson & Co. 1951

46. Jeems Kaye: His Adventures and Opinions. 2nd Series [Reprinted from “The Bailie”] Illustrated Glasgow Bailie Office [n. date] Excellent Advertising Pages

47. Jones’s Directory, or, Useful Pocket Companion – for the Year 1787: Introduction and Notes of Old Glasgow Celebrities by the “Rambling Reporter”.

Glasgow William Love 1868 Reprint

48. Jones’s Directory, or, Useful Pocket Companion etc. As above: 1887 Reprint

49. Kelvinside United Free Church Glasgow: a Record of Forty Years 1859 – 1909

            RIDDOCH, D.S. (ed.) Glasgow Maclehose & Co. Ltd 1909

50. Last Tram

OAKLEY, Charles A Glasgow Corporation of City of Glasgow 1962 10/6d.

51. Laurel Bank School 1903 – 1953

Glasgow John Smith & Son Ltd. 1953

52 Lectures on the Laws of Health: Govan Parish School Board

ARBUCKLE BROWN, G Glasgow John Horn Ltd 1910

53 Literary Landmarks of Glasgow

KILPATRICK, James A Glasgow St Mungo Press 1898

[Published originally in Glasgow Evening News 1885]

54. Loch Lomond Park and the Braes O’Balloch: Illustrated

BROTCHIE, T.C.F. Glasgow Corporation of Glasgow 1920

55. Man of Influence: Alex Reid 1854 – 1928

Scottish Arts Council Glasgow Exhibition Oct – Nov 1967        

56. Mediaeval Glasgow

PRIMROSE, Rev. James Glasgow Maclehose & Sons 1913

Box 3:

57 Note on Some Glasgow and Other Provincial Coins and Tokens

MURRAY, David Glasgow Maclehose & Sons 1885

58. Old Glasgow Essays  

MITCHELL, John Oswald Glasgow Maclehose & Sons 1905

59. Old Minute Book of the Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow 1668 – 1758

MUIRHEAD, John Spencer Glasgow Faculty of Procurators 1948

60. Old Partick: Its Schools and Schoolmasters

GREENHORNE, William [Headmaster] Glasgow John Tomlinson Ltd (Stanley Works, Partick) 1914    

61. One Hundred Years in Timber: History of the City Saw Mills 1849 – 1949 [Brownlee & Co. Ltd. City Saw Mills., Port Dundas]

CARVEL, John L. Glasgow Maclehose & Co. Ltd 1949

62. Origin and History of Glasgow Streets

MACKINTOSH, Hugh Glasgow James Hedderwick & Sons 1902 6d.

63. Partick Curling Club 1842 – 1970

CRAN, J. Duncan Glasgow Priv. Prntd. 1971

64. Popular Traditions of Glasgow: Historical, Legendary and Biographical

WALLACE, Andrew (ed.) Glasgow Thomas D. Morison(sic) 1889

65 – 68. Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow

                        Vol. 37 1905 – 1906

                        Vol. 39 1907 – 1908

                        Vol. 41 1909 – 1910

                        Vol. 53 1924 – 1925       

69. Profile of Glasgow Housing 1965 [University of Glasgow, Social & Economic Studies. Occas. Paper No.8]

CULLINGWORTH, J.B. Edinburgh Oliver & Boyd 1968

70. Rambles Round Glasgow: Descriptive, Historical and Traditional. 5ed.

MACDONALD, Hugh Glasgow Robert Lindsay 1854 (Buckram/Leather tooled cover)

71. Rambles Round Glasgow: … as above. New Edition with Introduction and Notes by Rev. G. H. Morrison Glasgow John Smith & Son 1910 (Cloth bound)

72. Records of the Incorporation of Barbers, Glasgow: Formerly the Incorporation of Chirurgeons and Barbers

TENNENT, James B. (Narrator) Glasgow Wilson Guthrie & Co. 1930    

73. Reid’s New Map of the River Clyde: From Carmyle to Gourock. 2ed.

REID, Andrew & Co. Ltd Glasgow 1899 7/6d.

74. Reminiscences of Glasgow Sheriff Court: Reprinted The Scottish Law Review

YOUNG, George B. Glasgow William Hodge & Co. 1907

75. St. Kentigern: the Story pf the Bird and the Tree; the Bell, the Fish, and the Ring.

            LAMONT, J.K. [in Verse] Glasgow William Hodge & Co. 1894

76. Sketch of the History of Glasgow

            PAGAN, James Glasgow Robert Stuart & Co. 1847

77. So This Is Glasgow!

            GULLIVER, Lemuel Swift Glasgow Jackson, Son & Co. 1938

78. Some Letters of Robert Foulis

MURRAY, David Glasgow Maclehose & Sons 1917 [Reprint “Scottish Historical Review Jan/April 1917]

79. Story of the Barony of the Gorbals

            ORD, John Paisley Alexander Gardner 1919

80. Tramway Guide 1911 Routes with Descriptions. Advertisements

81. Trinity College Glasgow 1856 – 1956 [With an Account of the College Library]   

            MECHIE, Stewart and MACKINTOSH, James Centenary Volume Glasgow

82. Weir Group: a Centenary History

            READER, W. J. London Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1971

83. Why Cathcart?: or, “By Cartha’s Side”

            MARSHALL, Jean Glasgow Priv. Publ. 1969


84. Scottish Art Review: Loose Issues

From Vol. 2 No.3 1949 to Vol. 16 No 1 1984 Incomplete, many Issues missing. 41 Issues.