Callender, Peter

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Callender, Peter

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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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