Lost Glasgow - Tales of the Riverbank
From Native Americans in the Gallowgate, to future US presidents in Sauchiehall Street, the world and his wife beat a path to Glasgow, with the River Clyde acting as the city's first information superhighway.
From French author Jules Verne, to Wild West showman Buffalo Bill - and his sharpshooting sidekick Annie Oakley - and even a young John F Kennedy, they all found a warm welcome in our Dear Green Place. Just imagine Haile Selassie, the Emperor of Abyssinia, holidaying at Wemyss Bay, or Lawrence of Arabia, poking about in Springburn.
In Tales of the Riverbank, Lost Glasgow's Norry Wilson follows in their photographic footsteps to discover what drew them to the city.
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