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Allan and Ferguson's Views in Glasgow


House of Refuge

The House of Refuge was founded to educate young thieves and outcasts and teach them a trade. The building, designed by John Bryce in the 1830s, was erected through public subscription. It stood on Duke Street in the east end.


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