1 Florentine Terrace,
Known as 68 Southpark Avenue, originally as Ann Street, now demolished for the University of Glasgow.
No occupant given until 1863
1863-65 Walker, David, builder
1865-69 Dick, Thomas G., teacher, 1 Claremont Terrace
1865-67 Storry, John (of Storry & Smith, civil and mining engineers, 83 West Regent Street)
1866-68 Chalmers, Richard, teacher, 1 Claremont Terrace
1869-76 Greig, David (at John McCall & Co., corn factors, 123 Hope Street)
1869-72 McLennan, John
1870-71 Slack, John, teacher
1871-73 Moir, Peter (at Walter Crum & Co., calico printers, 4 West Regent St.)
1872-73 Bairnsfather, Stenhouse, portioner
1872-73 Buchanan, Miss
1872-81 Ladies' Seminary ; Hunter, Miss Margaret, teacher
1872-74 Smith, Wm. & Son, fancy goods warehouse, 235 Sauchiehall St.
1873-76 McKenzie, Mrs.
1874-77 Liddell, A.M. commission agent, 82 Mitchell Street
1876-77 Campbell, Alex. (at Stewart and McDonald)
1876-78 Methven, James (of James Methven & Co., linen manufacturers, 26 Ingram St.)
1881-83 Morton, Miss, teacher, Florentine Terrace School
1883 No occupant given until 1884
1884-85 Wallace, Thomas, 172 Lancefield Street
1885 No occupant given until 1886
1886-90 Williamson, Mrs.
1890-91 Roed, Sigurd (of Singdahlsen, Roéd & Co., ship brokers, 28 St. Enoch Square)
1891-1901 Barry, Mrs.
1896-98 Brown, Rev. R. Howel, rector, St. Mary's Episcopal Church
1901-09 Blackwater, J. Chas.
1909 No occupant given until after 1915
Across Gibson Street to 66 Southpark Avenue (Southpark House) Next door to 2 Florentine Terrace (70 Southpark Avenue)
Around the corner to 85 Gibson Street (1 Florentine Place)
Across Southpark Avenue to 65 Southpark Avenue (1 Viewfield Terrace)
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