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    • The Glasgow Academy 150 Years - Addendum

      30 June 2009
      Iain MacLeod charts the progress of the Academy from where he left off in 'The Glasgow Academy 150 Years', up to his retirement at the end of the 2008-09 session.
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    • The Glasgow Academy 150 Years

      The Glasgow Academy 150 Years 01 January 1997
      This book is dedicated to the memory of those former members of The Glasgow Academy who 'left all that was dear to them, endured hardship, faced danger, and final passed out of the sight of man by the path of duty and self sacrifice, giving up their lives that others might live in freedom'.
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    • The Glasgow Academy 150 Years - Index

      01 January 1997
      A useful guide to Iain MacLeod's very readable record of the Academy's history from 1845.
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    • Glasgow Academical Club Centenary Volume 1866-1966

      Glasgow Academical Club Centenary Volume 1866-1966 01 January 1966
      A history of the Glasgow Academical Club, 1866-1966
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    • Westbourne School for Girls, The First Hundred Years, 1877-1977

      Westbourne School for Girls, The First Hundred Years, 1877-1977 01 January 1977
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    • The Glasgow Academy 1846-1946

      The Glasgow Academy 1846-1946 01 January 1946
      This publication charts the first 100 years of the Academy
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    • WWII Roll of Honour

      WWII Roll of Honour 01 January 1951
      This book commemorates the service of 1646 Academicals during the conflict of 1939-45. The listings were gathered from a variety of sources including newspapers, the Admiralty, the War Office and the Air Ministry, but - despite the best efforts at the time - it was acknowledged that there would be names that had failed to appear, for a variety of reasons. The Roll, however, claims to give a comprehensive and generally accurate picture of Academical service to the nation in its time of need: as such, it is a gesture of gratitude and pride in the School's achievement- a token and a memorial to those who came after.
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    • WWI Roll of Honour

      WWI Roll of Honour 01 January 1933
      To the memory of those former members of this school who left all that was dear to them, endured hardship, face danger, and finally passed out of the sight of man by the path of duty and self sacrifice, giving up their own lives that others might live in freedom. Let those who come after see to it that their names be not forgotten.
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