54 Kelvingrove Street,
Called 1 Kelvingrove Place before 1856.
No occupant given until 1851
1851-53 McKenzie, James, merchant (of James McKenzie & Co., commission, wine, spirit & yeast merchants, 60 Stockwell St. ; bonded stores, 55 St. Andrew's St. & 55 St. Andrew's Lane ; yeast stores, Port-Dundas)
1851-57 MacLehose, James, bookseller & stationer, 61 St.Vincent St.
1855-56 Hannay, Alex., baker, 110 Cowcaddens
1857-58 Ross, Donald jun., sewed muslin warehouseman, 128 Ingram St.
1857-64 Smith, Wm. (of Smith & Sharp, wholesale grocers & tea merchants, Buchanan Court, 75 Argyle St.)
1859-65 Taylor, J.M., writer, clerk to commissioners of police for burgh of Maryhill, secretary to Glasgow Northern Highland Benevolent Society, & to Anderston Weavers' Society, 130 Hope St.
1864-65 Gourlay, Robt.
1865-67 Smith, Miss
1867-68 Fisher, Mrs. John
1867-68 Forsyth, Geo.
1868-85 Dobbie, Alex., commission merchant, 5 Dixon St.
1868-72 Russell, John, corn factor, 57 Oswald Street
1873-75 Patrick, Joseph, insurance broker (of Alexander Kay & Co., insurance brokers, Royal Exchange Buildings)
1875-80 MacKay, James (of MacKay, Wilson & Co., merchants, 173 St. Vincent St.)
1880-88 MacKay, Miss
1887-90 McFarlane, Duncan (of Reid, McFarlane & Co., contractors with road steam engines for hauling heavy machinery, manufacturers of improved non-conducting composition for covering steam boilers, pipes, cylinders, 116 Hydepark St. ; works, 54 Hydepark St. & 32-38 Elmbank St.)
1890-94 Gray, James, carnage hirer, job & postmaster, 98-100 West Nile St., 220 Berkeley St. & 231 Dumbarton Road
1894 No occupant given until 1895
1895-98 Mavor, Henry A., consulting electrical engineer (of Mavor & Coulson, engineers & electricians, 57 W. Nile St.; works, 6-16 Orr St.)
1895-1900 Murray, David (at Dykes & Morton, wholesale warehousemen, 19 John St.)
1900-04 Gray, David, M. Inst. Con. E., consulting & mechanical engineer, valuator ; representative for Electric Frictionless Packing Co. Ltd., Manchester ; hair & cotton belting, buffalo & Roko belting, 77 West Nile St.
1900-08 Morton, Wm. Urie (of Kimball & Morton Ltd., sewing & wringing machine manufacturers, 11 Bothwell Circus)
1905-10 McLennan, Wm. S. (of Montgomery, Brothers & McLennan Ltd., manufacturers of the Monarch bed chair, baby chairs, base & swing rocking chairs, folding tables, adjustable music stools, folding cradles, beds, couches, 128 Avenue St., Bridgeton)
1910-13 Creischer, T.M. (Creisher & Co., yarn merchants, 72 Waterloo St.)
1911-12 Creisher, Theodore M. jun. (of The Blythswood Hosiery Co., )
1913 No occupant given until after 1915
Across Royal Terrace Lane to 52 Kelvingrove Street Next door to 56 Kelvingrove Street
Across Kelvingrove Street to 37 & 41 Kelvingrove Street
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