Mary Barbour’s main claim to fame is her leadership of the Rent Strike in 1915, which spread all over the city, and was so successful the government of the … Continue reading
Photos taken at our meeting at the Riverside Museum on 26th September 2013.
The first song paints a picture of Friday night at the Billiard Halls in Govan, of which there were many at one point including some snazzy tables at the Pearce … Continue reading
Protected: Visual Notes from Ancient Govan Trail meeting 25th September (apologies to our followers–this is an internal/working conversation….)
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Photos taken at our meeting at Riverside Museum on 11th September 2013.
http://scottishprintarchive.org/projects/cossar-project/ Womens Histories – Take note…Mrs Cossar appears on this gorgeous building next to her fella (who was she?) Also relevant to the Heritage Trail strand – entertainment listings found … Continue reading
Some photos from our visit to the Lyceum Govan on the 18th of July 2013. We were extremely fortunate to enjoy a rare opportunity to look around this wonderful building … Continue reading