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Buchanan, Allan P

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Allan Pollock McKenzie Buchanan was born in Glasgow in 1889, the son of Maggie Mackenzie and William Mackenzie, a master joiner. He studied architecture at The Glasgow School of Art from 1906 to 1914. Upon the outbreak of World War One he joined the Royal Field Artillery. After the war he re-engaged with Watson, Salmond and Gray, and was admitted ARIBA in the mid 1920s under the war exemption scheme. From 1920 to 1936 he was in partnership with William Ross. He died in 1961. Allan P M Buchanan is listed in the School's World War One Roll of Honour. Also appears on the Glasgow Institute of Architects Roll of Honour (Student).

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Buchanan, Andrew

  • S182
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Andrew Buchanan was a student at the Glasgow School of Art c1914. He is listed in the School's World War One Roll of Honour.

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Buchanan, Bessie N

  • S1267
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Bessie Netta Buchanan (born 06/05/1891) attended the Glasgow School of Art between 1917 and 1918. She studied Evening Classes in Design, and also attended Saturday Afternoon Classes. Bessie worked as a Munitions Factory Examiner, probably meaning that she worked as a welfare supervisor or a factory inspector in one of the factories producing Munitions for the War Effort. These factories were staffed mostly by women, and to work in one was a common Home Front occupation. It is not known which factory Bessie worked in. However, there were a number of large Munitions Factories in Glasgow and Clydebank. Bessie was born in Kippen in Stirlingshire to James and Isabella. She had four siblings; one older, Jeanie, and three younger, William, Janet and James. Her address in Glasgow was in Berkeley Street in the Woodlands area.

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Sources:, "The Flowers of the Forest: Scotland and the First World War", Trevor Royle (Birlinn Ltd: Edinburgh, 2006),,, "On her their lives depend: Munitions Workers in the Great War", Angela Woollacott, (University of California Press: London, 1994)

Buchanan, Elaine

  • S771
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Elaine Buchanan studied at GSA in the mid 1980s, and modelled in the 1986 fashion show. She won second prize in the Scottish Woollen Publicity Council knitwear competition, in session 1987-88.

As at July 2017, she lectures at the London College of Fashion.

Source: GSA Annual Report 1987-88 GOV/1/12; University of the Arts London

Buchanan, Garnet R

  • S1268
  • Person

Garnet R. Buchanan (born 28/01/1902) attended the Glasgow School of Art between 1918 and 1919. He was working as an Apprentice Draughtsman, and took one evening class a week at the GSA. It is not recorded in the register what classes Garnet attended, however, considering the nature of his apprenticeship, it could have been in the Architecture Department. Garnet lived in Carmyle, in the East of Glasgow.

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Buchanan, J Y

  • S183
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J Y Buchanan was a student at the Glasgow School of Art c1914. He is listed in the School's World War One Roll of Honour.

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Buchanan, Mary Flora B

  • S1265
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Mary Flora B. Buchanan (born 13/01/1895) attended the Glasgow School of Art between 1915 and 1918. As a Student, and then Teacher, at the College of Domestic Science, Mary studied a course that was created in conjunction with both the College and the GSA. This focussed on needlework and the treatment of particular fabrics, as well as design, and colour composition. In her first year, Mary attended afternoon classes, and then in her second year she attended Saturday classes, particularly focussing on Needlework. In her final year, she continued to study Needlework on Saturday mornings, taught by Ann Macbeth. Mary lived in Hamilton, and then moved to Hyndland in Glasgow.

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Buchanan, Mary (Mollie) A S

  • S1266
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Mary (Mollie) A. S. Buchanan (born 13/06/1897) studied Evening Classes in Design at the Glasgow School of Art between 1916 and 1920. In the Student Register, her occupation was listed as "Designer". She was most likely taking the classes to bolster her skills. During her time at the GSA, Mary won multiple prizes and bursaries. In 1916- 1917, she was awarded the Bronze Medal for Design, and a Haldane Trust Bursary of £2. In 1917 - 1918, Mary achieved second prize for Design and an additional bursary from the Haldane Trust of £1, 1 shilling. In 1918 -1919 she was awarded another bursary from the Haldane Trust. As these prizes were all awarded on the merit of the student's work, it is noted in the register that Mary "cannot come". Therefore, although she had achieved a bursary for that year, she did not attend any further classes. Mary lived in Crosshill in Glasgow.

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Buchanan, Walter G C

  • P527
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  • fl c1950s-1960s

Commercial Photography, 487 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2.

Buchanan, William

  • P432
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  • 1932-2018

William Buchanan, former art director of the Scottish Arts Council, has been connected with The Glasgow School of Art for much of his life. Having studied there in his youth, he later returned as head of Fine Art Studies and became Deputy Director. Buchanan was Interim Director of the School from 1989-1990. He has published widely on Charles Rennie Mackintosh, with a special interest in Japanese influences on his work.

Buchanan, William G

  • S184
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William Gillies Buchanan was born in Milton, Glasgow in 1894 to Christina Buchanan and William Buchanan, a grocer. From 1911 to 1914 he attended evening classes in drawing and painting at The Glasgow School of Art while working as a process artist. During the First World War he served in the Scottish Horse regiment. He died in Busby, Renfrew in 1958. William Buchanan is listed in the School's World War One Roll of Honour.

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Bulloch, George

  • S185
  • Person

George Bulloch was born in Camlachie in 1895 to Margaret Bulloch and Geroge Bulloch. He attended evening classes in architecture at The Glasgow School of Art from 1912 to 1914. During the First World War he served as a gunner in the Royal Field Artillery. He later emigrated to North America and died in 1973 in Kirkand, Washington, USA. He is listed in the School's World War One Roll of Honour.

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Burnet, Frank Russell

  • S591
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Frank Russell Burnet was born on the 26th June 1891 in Kilmacolm to Frank Burnet, the prolific tenement architect of Glasgow and his wife Mary Russell McGregor. He was educated at Fettes College from 1906 to 1909 and subsequently at the Glasgow School of Art from 1910 to 1914, where he took evening classes in architecture. He was articled to his father's firm of Frank Burnet & Boston. He served as a Major in France with the Royal Garrison Artillery from 1916 to 1918. He commenced practice as a partner in his father's firm in 1919, and married Margaret Roxburgh Taylor in 1920. He was admitted ARIBA in 1921. He continued the practice under the same name after the deaths of Burnet and Boston in 1923 and 1937 respectively, taking James Bell into partnership in 1934. He was admitted FRIBA on 10 February 1948, his proposers being William McCrea, Alexander Nisbet Malcolm and James Steel Maitland. He was active in public life serving as Deacon of Masons in 1934-35. Burnet died on 31 May 1980 in Kilmacolm. He was a widower, having been married twice, first to Margaret Roxburgh Taylor, and second to Ethel Margaret Graham.

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Sources: the Dictionary of Scottish Art and Architecture by Peter J M McEwan; Scotland's People:

Burnet, Sir John James

  • P281
  • Person
  • 1857-1938

Born in Glasgow. He was the son of Lieutenant George Burnet of the Kirkcudbright and Galloway Militia, a self-taught architect based in Glasgow. John James trained at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts c1874-77. Afterwards, he joined his father's practice (Burnet Son & Campbell till 1897) and later established a successful office of his own initially in Glasgow (John Burnet & Son) and then a second office in London (John J. Burnet). The latter was set up in 1905 after Burnet had secured the prestigious contract to design the Edward VII galleries for the British Museum (1903/4-14). One of Burnet's key assistants and later partners was the architect Thomas Tait (John Burnet, Tait & Lorne from 1930).

He was also a visitor and examiner to classes at The Glasgow School of Art, performing the following roles between 1882 and 1916:

Examiner for local competitions 1882-1884.

Examiner for local competitions (Architectural Section): 1889-1892, 1897.

Examiner for local competitions (Design) 1891-1893. Examiner for local competitions (Modelling section) 1891, 1892.

Examiner for Haldane bursaries: 1892-1894, 1900. Examiner for local competitions (Antique, life and still life) 1894.

Visitor for Architecture 1893. Visitor and examiner for Architecture 1894 - 1899.

Examiner for Institute of Architects' Prize 1898. Visitor to classes and examiner under local prize scheme (Architecture and modelling) 1901, 1902.

Visitor to classes and examiner under local prize scheme (Design and Decorative Art) 1901.

Examiner for bursaries and studentships (Architecture and Modelling) 1903,1904. Examiner for bursaries and studentships (Architecture) 1904/1905.

Judge for Diplomas, scholarships and bursaries (Modelling) 1909/1910, 1912/1913.

Judge for Diplomas, scholarships and bursaries (Drawing and Painting) 1915/1916.

Burnett, Ralph

  • P515
  • Person
  • fl 1969-1976

Ralph Burnett was a member of staff at The Glasgow School of Art from 1969/70 to 1975/6. His posts were Assistant in Charge: Photography 1969/70 - 1970/71, Lecturer in Charge: Graphic Design (Photography) 1971/72 - 1974/75 and Lecturer in Charge: Design (Photography) 1975/76. He also took a number of photographs of GSA, including the Mackintosh Library and the modern GSA Library.

Burnie, Alexander M M

  • S1269
  • Person

Alexander M. M. Burnie (born 08/04/1901) attended the Glasgow School of Art between 1918 and 1919. He studied evening classes in Drawing and Painting. Alexander worked as a Process Artist. He lived in Bridgeton in the East End of Glasgow.

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Burns, Robert

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  • fl 1969-

Robert Burns is a Glasgow-based photographer.

Burns, William Alexander

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  • 1921-1972

Born in Glasgow, Burns learned to fly at the Glasgow Flying Club in 1938 and was quickly called up as a pilot once war was declared. Following active service, he was invalided out of the RAF in 1942.

Burns studied at the Glasgow School of Art from 1944-1948 where he was a contemporary of Joan Eardley and Danny Ferguson. He then attended Jordanhill College of Education from 1948 -1949, completing a dissertation entitled "Teaching the Blind,"and also studied at Hospitalfield, Arbroath. He later started teaching at Aberdeen College of Education, going on to become a principal lecturer and the Head of the Art Department.

Flying remained a fascination and he kept his own light aircraft at Dyce airport, using it to explore the east coast landscape which inspired many of his later works. He died when his plane crashed in dense fog off the coast between Newtonhill and Portlethen, just south of Aberdeen.

His paintings can be seen in many public collections, with several held at GMRC.

Burton, Nancy Jane

  • S592
  • Person

Nancy Jane Burton was born in Ardgour, Argyll on the 10th February 1891. She worked as an animal painter, mainly in watercolour and occasionally oil. She studied at the Glasgow School of Art in 1914 and 1916, taking day classes in drawing and painting and evening classes in lithography. Her occupation during this time is listed as an art mistress. Burton studied under Murray Thomson. She received the Lauder Award in 1924. Burton lived in Aberfoyle, Perthshire before moving to a farm near Tyndrum. In the early 1930s while visiting her sister in Kashmir, she visited Afghanistan and painted numerous water colours of the area. She was close friends of 'Glasgow Girls' artists Kate Cameron and Helen Lamb. Burton is regarded as one of Scotland's leading animal painters of the first half of the 20th century. Burton died in Aberfoyle on the 15th August 1972.

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Sources: the Dictionary of Scottish Art and Architecture by Peter J M McEwan; Scotland's People:

Buskene, Joseph

  • S1270
  • Person

Joseph Buskene attended the Glasgow School of Art between 1917 and 1918. He studied Drawing and Painting in Evening Classes. Joseph was one of a number of Belgian Refugees who came over to Glasgow during the First World War after the German invasion. The GSA gave free tuition to these refugees. While Joseph was staying in Glasgow, he lived in St George's Cross. It is not known how long he was in the UK for.

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Buttere, F H R

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F H R Buttere was a student at the Glasgow School of Art c1914. He is listed in the School's World War One Roll of Honour.

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Byng, Clara M

  • S1271
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Clara M Byng (born 07/03/1897) attended the Glasgow School of Art between 1918 and 1919. She studied Day Classes in Drawing and Painting. Clara was an Art Mistress. Her address is listed as Almond Street in Derby.

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Byrne, John

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  • 1940-

Scottish artist. Attended The Glasgow School of Art 1958-1963.

Prizes won in 1963 –Chalmers Bursary (RSA Painting Competition), £30

Newbery Medal (GSA medal awarded to best student)

W.O. Hutchison (GSA medal awarded to best D&P student), £3-10/-

Bellahouston Scholarship (GSA travelling scholarship), £500

John Byrne has gone on to become a successful television and theatre writer, painter and illustrator. In the 1960s and 1970s he produced a number of naive, dream-like paintings influenced by Douanier Rousseau which he signed 'Patrick'. These works reveal great technical mastery and have become symbols of the pop music of the era, especially his portrait of the Beatles painted for The Illustrated Beatles Lyrics. He also painted a portrait of comedian Billy Connolly and produced several influential records sleeves.

A master of many styles, Byrne is also a capable still life and portrait painter in a more traditional manner.

Byrne, Mary

  • S1272
  • Person

Mary Byrne (born 18/10/1898) studied at the Glasgow School of Art between 1916 and 1920. Mary studied Evening Classes in Drawing and Painting throughout her time at the GSA. When she began studying at the School, she was registered as a Clerkess, but from 1919, her occupation was listed as Milliner. In 1918, she achieved a Glasgow School Board bursary of £1, 1 shilling. She was also listed as taking her lessons in the Fashion Room. Mary lived in the East End of Glasgow.

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Byrne, Thomas

  • S187
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Thomas Byrne was a student at the Glasgow School of Art c1914. He is listed in the School's World War One Roll of Honour.

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Cadenhead, Andrew

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Andrew Cadenhead enrolled as an evening student in the Drawing and Painting class for the 1918-1919 sesssion only. He lived at 34 Edmund Street in Dennistoun.

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Cadenhead, James

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  • 1858-1927

Cadenhead was a Scottish landscape and portrait painter. He was born in Aberdeen, the only son of the procurator-fiscal, and received his early training in art in that city, showing an aptitude for black and white drawing, etching and portraiture. He was encouraged in his art endeavours by Dr. John Forbes White (art collector and photographer, and brother-in-law of surgeon and photographer, Thomas Keith) who aroused his interest in the old masters, and artists of the French Barbizon and modern Dutch schools. He went on to the Royal Scottish Academy schools in Edinburgh, then, in 1882, to Paris to study at the atelier of Carolus-Duran. There he was also strongly influenced by the work of Jean Charles Cazin (1840-1901).
Cadenhead returned to Aberdeen in 1884, moving to Edinburgh in 1891. In 1893, he was elected a member of the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour, and in 1902 was made an Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy. He became Chairman of the Society of Scottish Artists, and was one of the original committee of the Scottish Modern Arts Association. He exhibited regularly at the Royal Scottish Academy and Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, and was elected a Scottish Royal Academician in 1921. Amongst his portraits is one of his mother entitled "Lady with Japanese Screen and Goldfish" (1886, City Art Gallery, Edinburgh). Cadenhead died in Edinburgh in 1927.

Cairns, Brian

  • P459
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  • fl c1980s-

Brian Cairns is the principal of Brian Cairns Studio and lectures on the undergraduate illustration and masters courses. Brian has over 25 years experience as a design practitioner for global clients including Ridley Scott Associates, United Airlines, IDEO, Hyatt, The New York Times, BBC, Channel 4, Hewlett Packard (HP), HermanMiller, The George Lucas Foundation, and Nike. Brian’s work is featured in many international awards annuals and publications on communication design including Handwritten, 100 Illustrators, and Typographic Sketchbooks. Awards include a ‘Gold’ medal from the Society of Illustrators of New York. Brian writes for design journals, including 3×3, DART, and Varoom. In 2010 he was foreman of the illustration jury for the Design & Art Direction Annual and recently presented at the ICON8 Conference in Portland, July 2014. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has represented GSA on the Adobe program Partners by Design for 6 years (2004-2010).

Cairns, George

  • P561
  • Person
  • 1949-

George Cairns graduated from The Glasgow School of Art with a Doctoral Degree in 1992.

Cairns, Jessie Mary

  • S653
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Jessie Mary Cairns was born in Crieff, Perthshire to F. William Cairns and Mary McNaughton. The family lived in Ashwood in Crieff when she first registered at the School, but would appear to have moved to Dalcruin in Comrie by the end of her course. While studying in Glasgow, Jessie stayed in Dennistoun. From annotated photographs within the collection we can tell that Jessie was also known to some as "Bunty". She died in Crieff in 1985.

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Cairns, May

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  • Person
  • fl c1910s

A Mary Cairns attended The Glasgow School of Art between 1914-1919.

Calderwood, Alice

  • S654
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Alice Calderwood was born on 12 May 1900. She attended The Glasgow School of Art as an evening student from 1918-1919 studying Drawing and Painting. At the time she enrolled at the School, her address was 130 North Street in Charing Cross and her occupation was listed as Clerkess. The 1901 Census has an entry for an Alice Calderwood born about 1900, the eldest of three daughters born to James Calderwood and Elizabeth M Calderwood. James Calderwood, a hairdresser, was born about 1864 in Old Cumnock in Ayrshire.

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Calderwood, John

  • P362
  • Person
  • fl c1990s

John Calderwood was a technician within the ceramics department at The Glasgow School of Art in the 1990s.

Callender, Peter

  • S188
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Peter Callender was born on the 4th of June 1899, the youngest of 7 children (siblings John, Adam, Thomas M, Annie N, Lizzie and William T) of Annie (nee Neil) and John, an iron farrier. Callender attended The Glasgow School of Art from 1917 to 1918 when he was working as a tool setter, but was unable to attend as he was called up to serve in the army, but returned as an evening student of drawing and painting from 1923-1924, while working as an architect. During the First World War, Callender was a Captain in the Training Reserve Battalion. After the war, in 1932, he married Isabella Montgomery. He died on the 27th March 1958 in Middlesex. Callender is commemorated on The Glasgow School of Art's First World War Roll of Honour.

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Sources: Scotland's People: and Ancestry

Callista, Sister

  • S655
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Sister Callista, born Mary Catherine McGeehan on 6 March 1877, is first recorded under her birth name at the Glasgow School of Art in 1888 when she was just 9 years of age. Part of a large and artistically gifted family, she travelled to the School with her two elder sisters, Jessie Mary and Annie Louise (Aniza) from Rawyards, Airdrie, where their father, Patrick, was a businessman and deeply involved in the town's community and church life. All three women went on to become respected artists and another younger sister, Elizabeth, followed in their footsteps enrolling at the School in 1902. Although her elder sisters are listed in the register again in 1989, Mary's name does not appear.

In 1904 she entered the Order of Sisters of Notre Dame, taking her final vows in 1914; that same year she registered at the School again, now as Sister Callista, with her address recorded as Notre Dame Training College, Dowanhill. Sister Callista does not appear on the roll for the following year, but re-registered in 1916, 1917 and 1918 joining the metalwork course for each of the four years. For at least two years, she was taught by a Mr Davidson, presumably Peter Wylie Davidson, Assistant Master of Decorative Art and Metalwork, member of staff from 1897 - 1934/5. Obviously a talented student, she won the Mrs D Macleod prize in 1915 awarded for enamel and silversmithing. Notre Dame Training College opened in 1895, the first (female) Catholic Teacher Training College in Scotland and Dowanhill Higher Grade Practising School two years later. The rapid expansion of the school meant that a new chapel and further buildings were soon required. In addition to her teaching duties (she eventually became the Principal art teacher at the Training College in Dowanhill), Sister Callista was responsible for a rose window and four side windows painted for the chapel. When the Training College moved to Bearsden in 1969 (later becoming St Andrew's College of Education) the glass was removed from Dowanhill and placed in storage at Bearsden. Following amalgamation with the University of Glasgow to form the new Faculty of Education, the building was closed in 2002. Four of the windows, Christ the King, Our Lady Queen of the World, St Joseph the Worker and St Peter were then installed in St Peter's Church in Partick, Glasgow.

In addition to producing stained glass, Sister Callista also produced illustrations for a book describing the life of St Julie Billiart, the foundress of the teaching order of Notre Dame de Namur. Perhaps one of her most prestigious commissions was for a large Assumption window for the chapel of the Notre Dame Mother House in Namur, Belgium. Sister Callista died at Notre Dame convent in Glasgow in 1960. Another nun, Sister Campion (see separate entry) studied alongside Sister Callista, following exactly the same course. Notre Dame School continues to teach girls of secondary school age in the West End of Glasgow. It is the only single sex comprehensive school in Scotland. Wikipedia,_Glasgow Buildings at Risk Register/Historic Environment Scotland Elma MacDonald, Editor of Monklanads Heritage Society magazine

Cameron, Anne

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Anne Cameron studied Textiles at GSA from 1976 and designed garments for the 1978 fashion show.

Cameron, Clare

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Clare Cameron studied P/Dip Textiles at GSA in 1977. She organised and was involved with the music for the 1978 fashion show, and also designed and modelled garments in it. She was awarded a scholarship for postgraduate study in session 1976-77.

As at 2002, she was a freelance textile designer.

Sources: GSA Annual Report 1976-77 GOV/1/10; GSA Flow Magazine Issue 1

Cameron, Donald J

  • S657
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Donald John Cameron was born on 10 May 1894, the son of Hugh Cameron, seaman, and his wife Euphemia MacCormick. He was articled to Brand & Lithgow of Glasgow on 5 September 1910, and studied at The Glasgow School of Architecture under Eugène Bourdon from 1911 to 1916. His training was interrupted by the First World War but he later assisted in the offices of Thomas Lennox Watson and of Thomas Baird, and in the Architectural Department of the shipbuilding company A Stephen & Son, where he worked on interior design. He commenced practice on his own account in Glasgow in 1922, and two years later was taken into partnership by his former employer S B Lithgow at 183 West George Street. He obtained automatic admittance as LRIBA in June 1925, at which date he was living at 149 Watt Street, Glasgow. By 1934 Cameron had closed his city office and was practising from home at 2 Saxon Road, Glasgow. He was still at the same address in 1955 when he was elected FRIBA. Cameron died on 11 July 1972 at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Daliburgh. He was survived by his wife Constance Macdonald and his son who lived in Essex.

Sources: Dictionary of Scottish Architecture.

Cameron, Dugald

  • P367
  • Person
  • 1939-

Dugald Cameron OBE was Director of The Glasgow School of Art from 1991-1999.

Dugald was born in Glasgow in 1939 and spent his early life near Clydebank. He was educated at the High School of Glasgow. After a number of false starts on leaving school, including a very short time as an apprentice in Rolls-Royce, he entered the Junior non-diploma class at The Glasgow School of Art in January 1957 at the inspired suggestion of Harry Jefferson Barnes, then Registrar and Deputy Director, and thereafter completed the Diploma Course and a Post-Diploma specialising in Industrial Design. He had the great good fortune to be taught drawing by W Drummond Bone, from Ayr, and design by James Goodchild and Joe McCrum. Winning the Trades House of Glasgow travelling scholarship in 1961, he visited Scandinavia which was then the focus of international design.

Shortly after completing his post-diploma he became a part time teacher at GSA in December 1962, then Senior Lecturer in charge of Industrial Design in 1970, Head of Design in 1982 and Director of the School in 1991, retiring in October 1999. He had been appointed to a Chair in the Technische Hogeschool, Delft in 1970 but did not take it up.
During much of that time he practised as a freelance industrial designer working for over forty UK and American companies and, in 1977 with Alan Carlaw, established Squadron Prints, a small enterprise producing commercial lithographs of aircraft, ships and a few other subjects in profile.

On retiral he became a Visiting Professor at the University of Strathclyde in the Department of Design, Manufacturing and Engineering Management and a Visiting Professor to the Department of Aerospace Engineering at The University of Glasgow.

Throughout his life he has been sustained by his enthusiasms for railways, aviation and drawing. He has written and compiled a number of books on aspects of Glasgow’s aviation and railway history, and given many talks on Scotland’s aviation and railway history.

Cameron, Duncan F

  • S190
  • Person

Duncan Ferguson Cameron was born in Bridgeton, Glasgow in 12th March 1894, one of 3 children of Susan Cameron (née Shaw) and Hugh Cameron, a coal salesman. Cameron attended The Glasgow School of Art from 1910 to 1914 as a part-time student of drawing and painting. During the First World War, Cameron served in the Q.O.R. Glasgow Yeomanry regiment. After the war, he worked as a pattern maker. He died in 1969. Cameron is commemorated on The Glasgow School of Art's First World War Roll of Honour.

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Sources: the Dictionary of Scottish Art and Architecture by Peter J M McEwan; the Dictionary of Scottish Architects:; Scotland's People:

Cameron, Henry

  • S695
  • Person

Henry Cameron was born on 27 March 1889 and first attended evening classes in Drawing and Painting at The Glasgow School of Art in 1903/4 while living at 9 Temple Gardens in Anniesland. His occupation is listed as coachpainter and this is mentioned again in his enrollment on the same course for the following session, 1904/5. After a gap of several years, he registered again in 1915/6 and 1917/8. For both sessions, his address is given as 83 Elderslie Street and his occupation changes to heraldry painter, then reverts to coachpainter for his final year of study.

Post Office street directories suggest he must have moved to Elderslie Street some time after 1912. He does not appear to have been born in Scotland.<p/>For many years, the College Prospectus included a breakdown of students by occupation, and in 1915-16, of the 524 ordinary students registered at the School, 10 were listed as 'housepainters, china painters etc.' This was well down on the previous year, when there were twenty from this background, and may reflect the numbers of young men signing up.

Cameron, Jean

  • S774
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Jean Cameron designed and built the set for the 1984 fashion show.

Cameron, Jeanie S

  • S692
  • Person

Jeanie S Cameron was born on the 17 of July 1897 and studied at the Glasgow School of Art as a day student in the Drawing and Painting class. Her term time address is given as c/o Todd, 2 Teviot Terrace, Kelvinside and her home address Greenhill, Fort William. This may be the same Jeanie Cameron who in 1901 census is listed as staying at the home of her 78 year old grandmother Jessie at New Pier Terrace in the parish of Kilmallie in Argyll. Listed at the same address were six other adult Camerons and four children.

Cameron, John

  • S189
  • Person

John Cameron was a student at the Glasgow School of Art c1914. He is listed in the School's World War One Roll of Honour.

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Cameron, Margaret

  • S656
  • Person

Margaret Cameron was born on 12 February 1894, the eldest of six children. Her father James Cameron was a Measurer and Valuator and a partner in the business R. G. Stirling and Cameron. In 1902 he is listed as a member of the Council of the Glasgow Institute of Measurers, and was practicing from 102 Bath Street in Glasgow. His home address is given as 10 Carrington Street, Kelvin, the address from which Margaret first registered at The Glasgow School of Art as an afternnon student in the Drawing and Painting Department in 1909. Mr Jackson and Mr Nicholas were her teachers that year. For the 1910/11 session she returned as a day student, again to study Drawing and Painting, including a class in Antique and Preparatory darwing taught by Mr Allan D Mainds. In 1911/12 she took Drawing and Painting again, this time under the tutelage of Prof Artot and Mr Huck, however when she returned for the 1912/13 session she enrolled in the Design class and taking this course again in 1913/14 and 1914/15 when she won a Travel Bursary of £5.

She registered again in 1915-1916 for an afternoon session, class unspecified. From 1916-1918 she took an evening class in architecture studying under Alexander McGibbon, Professor at the Glasgow School of Architecture. <p/>sources:; Scottish PO Directories 1828-1912.

Campbell, Agnes A

  • P833
  • Person
  • fl 1897-1900

Agnes Campbell first enrolled at the Glasgow School of Art in 1897; the Register notes her profession as a teacher and her address as 74 Hyndland Street. The same address was given the following year, though for the 1899-1900 session, she lived at 35 Thornwood Drive.

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