Dalziel, Mairi

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Dalziel, Mairi

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Mairi Dalziel (born 13/03/1896) attended Glasgow School of Art from session 1913-14 to session 1914-15. Her registration details indicate that she resided between two residences – one in Kinneddar, Fife, and the other in Bath Street, Glasgow. An Electoral Register shows that a Mairi Dalziel still resided at this address in Bath Street in 1920.

Dalziel did not start her studies in the 1913-14 session until after the new year, but then attended afternoon lessons. Her chosen subject was 'Animal Class'. According to the records of The Glasgow School of Art this involved the study of the live animals which were bought into the school, as well as visits to the veterinary college in Buccleuch Street to see skeletons of cows, horses, dogs and tigers.

Daziel then attended for the 1914-15 session as a day student in Drawing and Painting.

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