21 Kelvingrove Street,
No occupant given until 1873
1873-77 Gillespie, John (of Gillespie, Lawson & Co., wholesale jewellers, watch & clock manufacturers, general merchants & importers of foreign goods, 85 Buchanan St.)
1873-75 Robertson, James, secretary, Glasgow Jute Co. Ltd., merchants, spinners & manufacturers, 5 Ingram St. ; works, Baltic & Clyde Linen Works, Bridgeton
1873-75 Wells, James
1873-75 Wells, Wm. (of Wm. Wells & Co., manufacturers of non-conducting composition for coating steam boilers, cylinders, pipes, dealers in dry hair, tarred felts, oils, colours, cotton waste & general engineering & ship furnishings; agents for Halliday's gas-consuming furnace. Railway arches, Kelvinhaugh St.)
1875-77 Buchan, Alex. (of Thomas Buchan & Sons, brassfounders & gasfitters, 249 Argyle St.)
1875-76 Buchan, Thomas, brassfounder & gasfitter, 249 Argyle St.
1877-79 Reid, Joseph (of Reid Brothers, colliery & engineers' furnishers, colliery plant merchants, agents for Glaholm, Robson & Haggle, hemp & wire rope manufacturers, 67 St. Enoch square)
1878-80 Gillespie, John
1879-93 Richardson, Mrs.
1880-84 Miller, James, spirit merchant, 41-43 StockweU St.
1880-84 Miller, John, artist, 40 West Nile Street
1886-87 Clark, Mrs. James
1888-90 Gray, James, carriage hirer and postmaster ; stables, 220 Berkeley St.; offices, 231 Dumbarton Road & St. Enoch Station
1888-92 Wragg, Charles (of Thomas Smart & Co., meal and grain merchants, 4 Stockwell St.)
1891-93 Philip, J.R. (of James Sword & Son, wine merchants; warehouse & wine cellars, 43, office, 47 Hutcheson St. ; vaults, 26 Glassford St.)
1893-94 Nelson, Robt. R., chartered accountant, 160 Hope St.
1893-1902 Pearson, Wm. M., commission agent
1895-1900 Gallacher, John
1895-97 Leslie, James T.G.
1896-1913 Cumming, A. Lawrence (at Henderson Brothers, steamship owners and agents, 45-57 Union St.)
1897-1901 Reddin, Henry, church officer, Broomielaw Free Church, 56 Carrick St.
1901-03 Bairnson, G.L. (of Bairnson Brothers, merchants, 101 St. Vincent St.)
1902-03 Campbell, James D., dentist
1902-03 Pearson, Howard, manufacturers' agent
1903-10 Edgar, Mrs.
1903-04 Fraser, Wm. (at Anderston Foundry Co. Ltd., machine makers, mill furnishers, bolt & nut makers, ironfounders, engineers & manufacturers of railway permanent way materials, 100 Cheapside St.)
1903-06 Grant, James
1904-05 Forster, John, insurance agent, 65 Renfield St.
1907 Cameron, Hugh, M.A., F.E.I.S., headmaster, Milton Public School
1911 Morrison, John, seamen's chaplain, chapel, 9 Brown St.
Across Sauchiehall Street to 9 Kelvingrove Street Next door to 23 Kelvingrove Street
Around the corner to 902 Sauchiehall Street
Across Kelvingrove Street to 36 Kelvingrove Street
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