2 edition of Glasgow common lodging-houses and the people living in them. found in the catalog.
Glasgow common lodging-houses and the people living in them.
Stuart Ian Alexander Laidlaw
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HD7288 S3 G47|
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|Number of Pages||261|
In there were still nineteen model lodging houses in Glasgow, with accommodation for 4, men and women. The theory behind the Models was quite simple to provide good cheap clean accomodation, sometimes for those working away from home, although more often for those unable to get permanent accomodation. The passage quoted concerning the second album was put together from the Glasgow Town Council minutes for 15 July and cited by Fisher, p. 6, and by Anita Ventura Mozley in her Introduction to the Dover Publications edition of The Old Closes and Streets (Thomas Annan: Photographs of the Old Closes and Streets of Glasgow /, with.
4 Recollections of Bridgeton Past. Introduction Having told you all you need know of my personal background, let’s Glasgow bade them a fond farewell. 6 Recollections of Bridgeton Past. imitated as an improvement on the otherwise low lodging houses. At 16, Oswald Chambers was baptized and became a member of Rye Lane Baptist Chapel. Even as a teenager, Chambers was noted for his deep spirituality, and he participated in the evangelization of poor occupants of local lodging houses. At the same time, Chambers also demonstrated gifts in .
Mr. Kay-Shuttleworth: I rise, Sir, to call the attention of the House to the urgent importance of the problems connected with the present condition and future improvement of the dwellings of working people in London, and to the memorials on this subject lately presented to Her Majesty's Government by the Royal College of Physicians, and by the Council and Dwellings Committee of the . build lodging-houses.", The tracts of the early propagandists contained descriptions of the poor condi-tions of the common lodging-houses, as did Mayhew's book. As early as i there was a government report dealing exclusively with them.'2 This report also noted the bene-ficial effects of the inspections instituted by the law of i85I.
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First Published Feb 1. If the model loding house to which you refer is at 51 N Woodside Road, it opened in and in census had inmates as is states in my book, Glasgow Common Lodging Houses and the people that live in them. As it was a Corporation run model, a search at City Archives in the Mitchell Library, if possible may help.
Common Lodging Houses [Bibliography] For the totally destitute — the homeless, vagrants, tramps etc. — very basic free accommodation could be found in the workhouse casual ward and the various charitable refuges that operated in many towns and cities.
For those in steady employment, renting acccommodation in the growing provision of model dwellings might be a possibility. North Woodside Model Lodging House Glasgow Does anyone have any information about this place as I have found some relatives living there in the census.
My relatives all worked in the Ironworks. Was this lodging house near to the Milton Ironworks. In the census it is described as an "institution" and there were literally hundreds of. In a report by Glasgow's Philosophical Society described this area as having 7, people living in 1, houses and sharing water closets.
Of the 99 common lodging houses in the city, 63 of them were in this small district. Read the latest articles of Public Health atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. Glasgow Gorbals was per live births. The reason for this was the increased concentration of the population in urban areas and their poverty.
Scotland really only fared better than England in the first half of the 19th century because a higher number of its people were living in the countryside. SOME DEADLY DISEASES. 60 Common Lodging Houses and Seamen's Lodging Houses: Register of Police Court Proceedings, – LCC/PH/REG/1/ LCC/PH/REG/1/ 61 ‘Verbatim reports of proceedings at special meetings of the Public Health Committee for the purposes.
THE air of calm that covers a multitude of horrors. Nea people live in the Gorbals. They live four, six, eight to a room, often 30 to a lavatory, 40 to a tap. Old buildings in High Street, s. The Public Health Act, introduced new rules and regulations for the keepers of common lodging houses such as those shown here, defined as "a house or part thereof where lodgers are housed at an amount not exceeding fourpence [just over p] per.
North Woodside Lodging House, Image courtesy of Mitchell Library. By the 19th century, Glasgow was notorious for having some of the worst slum housing in the country. Some of the worst conditions were be found in the unlicensed common lodging houses, which were.
It is now about thirty years since the City of Glasgow went into the lodging house business. In the very heart of the city there had been built up a densely populated system of "closes" and "wynds. The book of the month for March features the Glasgow photographer Thomas Annan's The Old Closes and Streets of d between and as part of a commission from the City of Glasgow Improvements Trust, this collection of images of the working class areas of old Glasgow helped document the impoverished living conditions of the working class at the time.
Glasgow City, Lanarkshire [City Poorhouse] [Stobhill Hospital] [Western District Hospital] [Eastern District Hospital] [Other Institutions] [Bibliography] An establishment known as the Town's Hospital and Poorhouse was founded in Glasgow in It was located at the Old Green on Great Clyde Street, at the junction with what is now Ropework Lane.
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Deinstitutionalization and homelessness in Britain Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Mental Health 1(3) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. I should like you to notice while reading this article, that every time Mr. Mackensie refers to the lodging houses in Dorset Street, he calls them dosshouses, but when speaking about Glascow or Lord Rowton he describes their lodging houses as admirable homes, although Lord Rowton's houses are simply common registered lodging houses the same as.
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It sold many copies, and made Riis an authority overnight, bringing him numerous requests for lectures from educational, religious, and social bodies of all sizes for whom the book’s contents were revelatory.The model lodging house's main attraction was that it allowed its "lodgers" to retain a degree of independence.
For this reason it was greatly preferred (by those who could afford it) to the poorhouse. In there were still nineteen model lodging houses in Glasgow, with accommodation for .