The latest journal is now available to members by post and online in the members’ area
I bought the album in 2014 at a Glasgow antique fair. Sticking to my own rule that an album must contain at least one clue to its first owner’s identity, this one actually held two clues.
The Society is pleased to announce that Mansfield Street Research Centre will reopen initially on Saturdays from 2pm till 4pm until further notice. The session must be booked in advance by phoning the centre on 0141 339 8303 during opening hours. The Centre will be manned on Saturdays between 2pm and 4pm to take advance […]
The latest Journal is available to members by post or online in the members’ area
East Church in Chapel Street, Airdrie was erected in the 1790s as a ‘Chapel of Ease’ for the Church of Scotland parish church in Glenmavis
A friend once ran an antique shop on the island of Arran. He had an eye for interesting pieces, often picked up at Glasgow auctions, and one day he had on display a Victorian embroidery sampler, found rolled up at the back of a chest of drawers.
Steven & Struthers was a typical Glasgow small engineering business. This is their story.
During this period the family built a mausoleum in the grounds of the East Kilbride Parish Church. This became the burial place for the family until 1801 when Andrew Stuart was the last to be buried there.
In 1831, only 4,500 men out of a population of more than 2.6m people could vote in parliamentary elections.
A Dr Trudeau had opened a state-of-the-art sanitorium at Saranac Lake in New York State.