14 Bell Terrace,
Now known as 14 Great George Street
No occupant given until 1878
1878-80 Dewar, James, Canal Department, Caledonian Railway Co.
1880-85 Black, John (at W. & R. Hatrick & Co., wholesale & export chemists, druggists & spice grinders, 7-9 Bothwell Circus, Bothwell St. & 102 North St.)
1880-82 Grassby, Miss M.A., dressmaker
1883-84 Adam, James, glazier, glass stainer, lead lattice worker & embosser, 124 Waterloo St.
1883-84 Cullen, Wm., cashier (M. Robin & Son, brewers, Edinburgh ; offices, 9 East Howard St.)
1883-85 Smith, John, cashier (L. Sterne & Co. Ltd., engineers & machinists, makers of Emery wheels & machinery, railway springs & buffers, Clerk's Gas Engine & Strong's Feed Water Heater & Filter, The Crown Iron Works, 156 North Woodside Road ; showrooms, 191 Sauchiehall St.)
1885-90 Drinnan, Miss, dressmaker
1885-1901 Sutherland, John, tailor and clothier, 372 Argyle St.
1886-88 Baxter, Duncan, laundry keeper, 128 Shamrock St. & 40-42 Bank Street
1886-90 Gilchrist, John, bookkeeper (at Bilsland Brothers', bakers, 45 Hydepark St.)
1890-92 Fraser, Wm., city officer, City Chambers, George Square
1894-1914 Barr, Guy J., insurance secretary, 101 St. Vincent Street
1896-1908 Weatherston, William, assistant librarian, The University
1905 Smith, James
1908-13 Marshall, Andrew, working jeweller, 11 West Nile Street
1908-10 Waters, David, G.P.O.
1911 Allan, Thomas, manager, Hillhead Window Cleaning Co.
1914 Barr, Mrs.
1914 Jenkins, Edward John, commercial traveller
Across Bank Street to 10 Great George Street Next door to 16 Great George Street
Around the corner to 46 Bank Street
Across Great George Street to 11 Great George Street
Across Bank Street to 10 Great George Street
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