19 Kelvinside Gardens (East),
Known as 34 Kelvinside Gardens (North) before 1892.
No occupants given until 1891
1891-1901 Hardie, Mrs. A., boot and shoe warehouse, 680 New City Road
1892-98 Hall, Misses
1893-1901 Kyle, Robt., writer and notary (of Kyle & Hurry, writers, 136 Wellington Street)
1895-1910 McGavin, L.P. (School Board Offices, 125-133 Bath Street)
1897-1902 Falconer, P. (of Falconer & Co., jewel case, exhibition & air-tight case makers & shop fitters, 20 Dixon St. ; works, 13 Eglinton St.)
1898-1901 Brash, John W. (at Alex. Ferguson & Co. Ltd., distillers, blenders, wine & spirit merchants & brokers, 106-108 West Regent St.)
1898-06 Brash, Wm., manufacturers' agent, 7 South Frederick St.
1898-1901 Doddrell, Ed.
1901-02 Abel, James (of James Johnston & Co., shawl and clan tartan, kilting &c, manufacturers, 38 Queen St.)
1902-06 Carstairs, W.R. (at Doulton & Co. Ltd., artistic & general potters, sanitary engineers, manufacturers of stoneware, pipes, terra-cotta, glazed ware, mantels, tiles, crucibles, chemical ware, electrical conduits, 38-40 Bothwell St. & Paisley)
1902 Turnbull, Robert, silk buyer (at Copland & Lye, silk mercers, linen drapers & house furnishers, 165-167 Sauchiehall St.)
1902-03 Waldie, Richard, commercial traveller (at Washington Mills, J. & R. Snodgrass, millers, 90 Washington St.)
1905-07 Christensen, J.C. (of R. McNair & Co.)
1906 Armour, Wm.
1907-12 Abel, James (of James Johnston & Co., shawl and clan tartan, kilting &c, manufacturers, 38 Queen St.)
1908 Forgie, Andrew (at Crawford, Duff & Co., coal exporters, ship brokers & steamship agents, 81 St. Vincent St.)
1910 Gunn, Richard R. (of Richard Gunn & Son, tailors, 211 New City Road)
1912-14 Heinricht, Walter, music & musical instrument seller, 165 New City Road
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