Campbell, Daniel Livingstone

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Campbell, Daniel Livingstone

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Daniel Livingstone Campbell was born in the Gorbals in Glasgow on the 16th of September 1894. He was one of six children of Marion Campbell, a French polisher, widow of John Campbell, an upholsterer. Daniel attended The Glasgow School of Art from 1912 to 1914 and from 1918 to 1919 as a part-time student in Drawing and Painting. He joined the Territorial Army in 1911. In his Attestation certificate, signed the 3rd of April 1911, he was described as an apprentice engraver, with 5 and a half years of his apprenticeship completed at D Cunninghame, 48 Buchanan Street, Glasgow. During the First World War, Daniel served in the 9th battalion in The Highland Light Infantry. He spent 302 days in France, suffering a gunshot wound to his left hand in 1915. He was discharged in 1916 at the end of his contract. After the war, he worked as an engineer. Daniel Campbell is commemorated on the Glasgow School of Art's First World War Roll of Honour.

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