Duncanson, Thomas

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Thomas Duncanson is listed in the School's World War One Roll of Honour.

Born on 6 March 1900, he lived in Stanmore Road, in Mount Florida, Glasgow.

In 1916-17, his occupation was described as apprentice measurer. He took evening classes in Modelling.

In 1917-18 he did evening classes in Drawing and Painting and appears to have received bursary support from the Hutcheson's Educational Trust which funded evening classes for up to 25 ex-pupils of Hutcheson's School. By this time he was an apprentice architect.

He took Life evening classes in 1919-20. At this time he was still an apprentice architect.

His sister, Mary D McL. Duncanson, also went to The Glasgow School of Art for one year during this time.

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