60 Otago Street,
Previously 28 Smith Street to 1881, as 6 Smith Street to 1904, and as 12 Smith Street to 1930.
No occupant given until 1879
1879-81 Kyle, David, inspector of branches, Clydesdale Bank
1879-82 Walker, Robt., jun. (at A. Jackson & Sons, billposters, 34 Anderson St., Partick)
1880-83 Brinkley, Robt., artist (at Alex. McNab, photographic artist, 92 West Nile St.)
1880-81 Slagg, J. (of J. Slagg & Co., machinery & metal trades agents, 75 West Nile St.)
1882 Cameron, Alex. E. (Henry Lawson & Son, funeral
undertakers, carriage hirers, job & postmasters & livery stablekeepers, 14-20
Berkeley St., 22 Main St.,
Anderston, 54 Eglinton St., 13 Abercromby St., Calton, 142 Queen St., Smith St. Hillhead, 339 St. Vincent St.)
1883-88 Fisher, John B., commercial traveller (at Semple, McLean & Reid, tea merchants, 188 Ingram St.)
1883-85 MacCallum, Alex. (of MacCullum, Muirhead & Co., spirit merchants, 377 Argyle St.)
1883-1901 McCaskill, Misses, dress & mantle makers
1883-84 Paul, Geo., gymnastic & fencing master, Glasgow Academy
1884-91 Wilson, Mrs. Maria Amelia, teacher of artistic needlework & beadcuff manufacturer
1885-89 Bacon, James M., jeweller, 302 Dumbarton Road
1888-90 McCulley, Robt., musician
1888-89 McIntyre, Rev. J.B.K. (of Largs)
1891-94 Dalveen, A.M., accountant and house-factor, 301 Dumbarton Road
1891 McMillan Duncan, grocer and provision merchant, 194 Stobcross St.
1893-97 Hamilton, David, mason
1895-96 Sweet, Mrs. W.C.
1897-1905 Hamilton, Mrs. David
1898-1900 Gall, John, secretary (Gillespie, Sons & Co. Ltd., brewers and maltsters, Crown Brewery, Slatefield street, and The Brewery, Dumbarton)
1901-05 Dobie, Mrs.
1901-05 McNair, D.
1901-05 Templeton, Mrs.
1901-03 Morton, John
1903-09 Foote, Mrs.
1905 Dobie, James
1907-13 Dobie, Robert
1909-11 Foote, D.M.
Across Cowan Street to 54 Otago Street Next door to 64 Otago Street
Around the corner to 1 Cowan Street
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