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By Gary Nisbet
Walter R Watson
(c. 1873-1932)
A Glasgow architect, he was a partner of J L Cowan in the early 1900s, as Cowan & Watson.

Among the many projects they collaborated on were St Paul's RC Presbytery, 1213 Dumbarton Road (1904-8), and Queen's College, 1 Park Drive (1905).

Independently, he designed the East and West wings of St Aloysius' College, 45-7 Hill Street (1902-9), St Roch's RC Church, 311 Royston Road (1906-7), and the Chancellor Street extension to St Peter's RC Shool, Partick (1912).

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