2 edition of history of Allan Glen"s School, 1853-1953 found in the catalog.
history of Allan Glen"s School, 1853-1953
J. A. Rae
by Aird and Coghill
Written in English
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Allan Glen's School was, for most of its existence, a local authority, selective secondary school for boys in Glasgow, Scotland, charging nominal fees for tuition. It was founded by the Allan Glen's Endowment Scholarship Trust on the death, inof Allan Glen, a successful Glasgow tradesman and businessman, "to give a good practical education and preparation for School district: Townhead.
Allan Glen's Institution was founded in under the will of Allan Glen (), wright in Glasgow, who made 'provision for giving gratuitously a good practical education to about 50 boys, sons of tradesmen or persons in the industrial classes in Glasgow'. The school was built on land owned by Glen at the corner of Cathedral Street and North Hanover Street.
Note. Allan Glen's Institution was founded in under the will of Allan Glen (), wright in Glasgow, who made 'provision for giving gratuitously a good practical education to about 50 boys, sons of tradesmen or persons in the industrial classes in Glasgow'.
The school was built on land owned by Glen at the corner of Cathedral Street and North Hanover Street. It was an important feeder school for Anderson's University, and a significant number of pupils won scholarships to Cambridge University and Imperial College, London.
In Allan Glen's became part of the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College and in the school was transferred to the control of the School Board of Glasgow. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
The exterior of Allan Glen's School cwhen Charles Rennie Mackintosh was one of the pupils. The building was demolished in Allan Glen was a wright who became a wealthy property owner and who left £20, in his will in to make "provision for giving gratuitously a good practical education to about fifty boys, sons of tradesmen.
Allan Glen's School was, for most of its existence a selective fee-paying secondary school for boys in Glasgow, Scotland. It was founded with an endowment on the death in of Allan Glen, a successful Glasgow tradesman and businessman to give a good practical education and preparation for trades or businesses, to between forty to fifty boys, the sons of tradesmen or persons in the industrial classes of society.
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Allan Glen's Secondary School. likes. to cool for skool, so they made it a college. Allan Glen's School Club Newsletter No 11 - September Allan Glen's School Club Newsletter No 14 - July Page 1 President - Alan McLellan 3 First Avenue Netherlee Glasgow G44 3UA [email protected] Vice-President.
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GLENN FAMILY HISTORY TABLE OF CONTENTS The Glenn Family in Scotland Scotland Robert Glenn,The Immigrant Glenn Family in the U.S. Genealogical Summary -- From Robert Glenn to Emma Louise Glenn The Genealogy John Glenn (), The First Pioneer Stories by William Henry Glenn () Reminiscences Official Records, Newspaper clippings.
The exterior of Allan Glen's School cwhen Charles Rennie Mackintosh was one of the pupils. The building was demolished in Allan Glen was a wright who became a wealthy property owner and who left £20, in his will in to make "provision for giving gratuitously a good practical education to about fifty boys, sons of tradesmen or persons in the industrial.
Allan Glen's School Club Newsletter No 41 December Page 1 ant Director of Education and who presented the cheques and copies of the Allan Glen History books to the students.
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Allan Glen's school 17 Historical perspective 17 Glens at War 18 Glens in Print 19 Our own Glen family tree 20 Bibliography 27 Links and Fiction 28 Index of Places and Glen Names 29 Glen Encyclopaedia of Scotland 31 Art, Photos, Music, Videos, Humour ISRAEL MOSS, who died on March 9,was, until his retirement inthe deputy head of Allan Glen's Secondary School.
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