Now 72 Hillhead Street, now demolished for the University of Glasgow
No occupants given until 1889
1889-95 Mowat, Joseph G. (of Mowat Brothers, flour importers, 21 Hope St.)
1890-95 Fulton, John F. (of Biggart & Fulton, ship owners, ship & insurance brokers & agents, 24 George Square)
1894-99 Peat, P.T.S., yarn merchant, 11 John St.
1895-1901 Frew, John, manufacturer, 342 Main St., Bridgeton
1896-1901 Gray, Rev. John, B.D., St. George's Road U.P. Church
1899-1905 Wilson, H.L., Lieut. R.N.R., marine supt., Clan Line Steamers Ltd., steamship owners, 109 Hope St.
1901-07 Wilson, Mrs. John
1905-10 Spence, J. Fleming D., Scottish Widows' Fund Life Assurance Society, 114 West George St.
1906 Smith, Hugh, engineer, Possil Engine Works, Possil Road
1908 Bowie, John (of W. & J. Bowie, dyers, cleaners & ostrich feather dressers, Clyde Dye Works, Bridgeton)
1910-13 Martin, Charles A., lecturer in French language and literature, The University
1914 Farmer, Wm.
1914 Farmer, James F. (of Wm. Farmer & Sons, Italian warehousemen, tea, coffee & wine merchants, 1 Rokeby Terrace & 29-33 Otago St.)
Next door to 1 Bute Gardens (76 Hillhead Street) Next door to 2 Bute Mansions (70 Hillhead Street)
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