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Langside Avenue (Shawlands),
Langside Public Halls, 1 Langside Avenue
Allegorical Figures of Commerce and Plenty and Related Decorative Carving (1847; rebuilt 1902-3)
Sculptor: J Thomas; Architects: John Gibson; rebuilt by AB McDonald
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#214 Langside Road (Govanhill),
Govanhill and Crosshill Public Library, 170 Langside Road
Figurative Programme (1906)
Sculptor: WK Brown;
Architect: JR Rhind; Builder: John Emery & Sons
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Langside Road (Queen's Park),
Victoria Infirmary, 517 Langside Road - Main administration block
Puma and Coats of Arms (1889-90)
Carver: JH Mackinnon; Architect: J Sellars
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Langside Road (Queen's Park),
Victoria Infirmary, 517 Langside Road - Pathology Department
The Reaper (1965)
Sculptor: D Bisset
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Prospecthill Road (Mount Florida),
Former Institution for the Deaf and Dumb,
now Langside College, 56 Prospecthill Road
Portrait Busts, Carved Corbels, Gargoyle Drainpipes (1866-8)
Sculptor: unknown; Architects: Salmon, Son & Ritchie
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