2 Southpark Terrace,
Now known as 26 Southpark Avenue, originally as Ann Street.
No occupant given until 1863
1863-65 Shaw, James (of Shaw, Thomson & Moore, iron brokers, spelter & general agents, 2 Royal Exchange Court, 85 Queen Street)
1865-78 Guthrie, David (of James Shaw & Co., calico printers, 12 Royal Exchange Square)
1877-83 Church, Wm. R.M., C.A., 67 St. Vincent Street, later of Anderson & Church, accountants and stockbrokers, and insurance agents, 45 W. Nile St.
1878-87 Church, Wm., jun., chartered accountant, insurance and property agent, 75 St. George's Place
1887 No occupant given until 1888
1888-93 Hirsch, Paul, professor of languages, Hutchesons' Grammar School
1893 No occupant given until 1895
1895-99 Somerville, Dr. W.F., M.A., B.Sc., M.D., F.F.P.S., physician
1899-1901 Williams, Mrs.
1901 No occupant given until 1902
1902-05 Raleigh, Walter, Professor of English Language and Literature, The University
1905-07 Gordon, John Hope (of Fraser, Gordon & Co., sugar brokers and provision and flour brokers, 54-56 Miller Street)
1907 Dixon, Prof. Wm. McNeille, Professor of English Literature, Glasgow University
Next door to 1 Southpark Terrace (24 Southpark Avenue) Next door to 3 Southpark Terrace (28 Southpark Avenue)
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