Information on anything from Glasgow's past
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Allan and Ferguson's Views in Glasgow
Online exhibition from the University of Glasgow that features rare artwork depicting the buildings and landmarks of early nineteenth century Glasgow, many of which have now been demolished.
Barony Parish Poorhouse
A history of this building, staff and inmates which was demolished in 1988.
The history of Calton, the oldest area in Glasgow.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society
Promotes awareness of the Glaswegian architect and designer. Includes brief biography and illustrated introduction to his major works.
Glasgow and West of Scotland Family History Society
Meetings, publications, library holdings, contact details.
Glasgow Directory of 1787
Lists of merchants, manufacturers and traders in 1787. The introduction features historical anecdotes and a who's-who of Glasgow at that time.
Glasgow's Forgotten Village - The Grahamston Story
Providing information about this book by Norrie Gilliland which tells the tail about the village that was demolished to build Central Station.
The History of Corkerhill & the Paisley Canal
Includes photographs, bibliography and links to related sites.
History of Drumchapel
A history of Drumchapel and surrounding areas, including the estates of Garscadden and Drumry.
History of Mansewood
Details the history of the development of Mansewood and the people who lived there, together with photographs and maps.
Old Glasgow Club
An historical Club founded in 1900 for anyone interested in Glasgow and its people.
Siol nan Gaidheal: James 'Perlie' Wilson
An account of the Glasgow left-wing insurrection of 1820; James Wilson hanged and decapitated as a traitor.
Third Lanark AC
Offers history of the now long gone club; includes statistics, players, photographs and stories.
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