4 edition of The Glasgow Almanac and City Lists for 1921 (Almanacs & Registers) found in the catalog.
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This local history book was published in and written by William Gibson. Rental Book of the Diocese of Glasgow, Vol I-- This was published in and records rentals from Glasgow, Carstairs, Stobo and Eddilstoun between and Early entries are in Latin. The preface gives a history of rentals in Glasgow and how they were paid. Alloa Almanac & Directory for the County of Clackmannan Angus & Mearns Directory Arbroath Year Book & Directory , , , , Arbroath Yearbook & Eastern Forfarshire Directory , Ayr & District Directory , , , , ,
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The Glasgow Almanac: An A Author: Stephen Terry. Glasgow: An Almanac, Comprehending lists connected with the County of the City of Glasgow, with Tide Tables for Glasgow and Greenock.
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Ask any of Glasgow’s older residents to name a book about their hometown and they will more than likely mention No Mean City, a title which has come to embody the experiences of an entire working-class generation. The novel is set in the s in Gorbals, an area on the south bank of the River Clyde once characterised by its lack of jobs, severe poverty and proliferation of : Megan O'hara.
No book is more associated with the city of Glasgow than No Mean City. First published init is the story of Johnnie Stark, son of a violent father and a downtrodden mother, the 'Razor King' of Glasgow's pre-war slum underworld, the Gorbals/5. Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.
Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an. Alexander McArthur - 'No Mean City' A grim and unflinching read, 'No Mean City' was first published in and is set in the s Glasgow slums. It’s the story of Johnnie Stark aka the.
The Glasgow Almanac and City Lists for Lists Connected with the County of the City of Glasgow, Including Govan, Partick and Pollokshaws with Tide Tables for Glasgow and Greenock - Almanacs & registers No.
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‘ The Glasgow Almanac—an A to Z of the City and it’s People ’ By Stephen Terry, Excerpts from this book first featured as short articles in the Evening Times in the lead up to the Millennium.
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I have so enjoyed reading this book. It has brought back many fond memories of being raised on the "south side" of Glasgow in the s. As often happens with your hometown, there was a lot about Glasgow's history I just didn't know till now. The author's style has made it so easy to read; his personal reminisces bringing many of the topics to 4/5(2).
The Glasgow Chronicles. 51, likes 10, talking about this. This page supports The Glasgow Chronicles series of books by Ian Todd, with photos, news about the books and pictorial posts from Followers: 53K. He and his family have a great and obvious love for the city and its very unique aspects, and have over the years taken visitors on tours around the city.
Writing this book was a way to bring Glasgow, its history and its heritage to a broader audience; it is nicely up to date, having been published inand looks forward to the part Glasgow 4/5(4).
Vol The commercial directory of Scotland, Ireland, and the four most Northern counties of England for & 23, etc. Mammoth Cave Railroad ("Dinkey Train") was a short rail line with a small train off the Louisville and Nashville Railroad (L&N) that went to Mammoth Caves in Kentucky.
The tiny 9-mile (14 km) railroad from Glasgow Junction to Mammoth Caves was started in and operated for 45 complete Dinkey Train consisted only of a "dummy" T type steam locomotive and a wooden coach to carry. As with all of the Buildings of Scotland volumes, this wonderful book (just 5 x 9 x inches) fits neatly into a bag or rucksack, yet has pages of detail, is stoutly bound for frequent use, and briefly describes every notable building in the city of Glasgow, giving the name of the architect and any special architectural features to look out for/5(6).
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Our Glasgow, a new book by journalist and author Piers Dudgeon, tells the story of the city through the eyes of its residents, from politicians, writers and Author: Craig Mcqueen. THE late Dr. Robert Renwick, Deputy Town Clerk of Glasgow, who died in January,had spent many years of a long life in editing the municipal records of Glasgow and other Scottish burghs and had a peculiarly intimate knowledge of Glasgow's topography.
It is fortunate that he lived long enough to embody the results of his labours in the first volume of a History of Glasgow (Glasgow: Maclehosc.
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