Who belongs to Glasgow?
Who belongs to Glasgow?

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Who belongs to Glasgow?

Acknowledgements

Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources for permission to use the following photographs in this course:

Figure 2 Riveter based on the cover of the exhibition catalogue for ‘Clydebuilt: The River, its Ships and its People’, organised by the Clyde Maritime Trust Ltd.;

Figure 3 Glasgow Herald/Caledonian Newspapers Limited;

Figure 4 Mr Happy adaptation: Mr Men and Little Miss™ and © 1995 Mrs Roger Hargreaves; (all) Courtesy: City of Glasgow;

Figure 5 (left) City of Glasgow; (middle) Courtesy: The Citizen; (right) source unknown;

Figure 6 Courtesy of Corporate Location Magazine;

Figure 7 © Alan Wylie Photographer;

Figure 8 (top left and right, and bottom left) Glasgow Development Agency; (bottom right) © Alan Crumlish.

This extract is taken from D215 © 1996 The Open University.

Course image: amateur photography by michel [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] in Flickr made available under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Licence.

Every effort has been made to trace all copyright holders. If further information can be supplied to amend any acknowledgements, the publishers will be pleased to do so at the first opportunity.

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