Inglis, David M

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Inglis, David M

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David M Inglis (born 17 August 1894) was an evening student of Architecture at The Glasgow School of Art from 1911-1914, studying under Professor Eugene Bourdon and Professor McGibbon. He returned to his studies from 1919-1923, progressing from Architectural Assistant to Architectural Draughtsman. For the duration of his studies his address is given as Cambridge Street, Glasgow.

He was absent for a year before re-registering in 1915 but appears to have left his studies at some point during this session because in October 1915 he signed up to fight with the Royal Engineers, serving as Acting 2nd Corporal. He was awarded a British War Medal and a Victory Medal for his service. A David M M Inglis is listed as exhibiting at the Royal Scottish Academy in 1948, however it is not clear if this is the same person. Inglis is listed in the School's World War One Roll of Honour.

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Sources: McEwan, Peter J M, The Dictionary of Scottish Art and Architecture; de Laperriere, Charles Baile, The Royal Scottish Academy Exhibitors 1826-1990; ancestry.com

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