The Grade II listed building was built with funds bequeathed by Dr James Beaney and opened in 1899 to re-house a museum and library.
The library has more than two million books plus 17th and 18th century texts, maps, local newspapers and street directories.
Our office is situated on the eastern end of Mitchell Street. The eastern end of Mitchell Street becomes Bartholomew Square a few doors further along from our office.
The £9m project received a £6.5m Heritage Lottery Grant.
Smith grabbed the first of her two touchdowns and then played a key role in the creation of two for Evans.
Wanderers dominated the third quarter and recovered the lead with two more Martin penalties and a try from Eilidh Sinclair, but Hillhead/Jordanhill dug deep, and given the way she had played during the previous 77 minutes it was no surprise that Smith was the player who eventually managed to break clear and claim a deserved victory for the team from the west. The forwards did really well to get us some quick ball and that really helped us get that try which we needed, and then we managed to keep them at bay for the next two minutes, which was very nerve-racking,” said Smith.
(2000) Comment and Reply: The Channelled Scablands: Back to Bretz? Shaw, J., Munro-Stasiuk, M., Sawyer, B., Beaney, C., Lesemann, J-E., Mussachio, A., Rains, R.
WDCAG meeting, 10-11 March 2006, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC.