St Andrew's Roman Catholic chapel c1821. It became St Andrew's Cathedral in 1889.
It was designed by James Gillespie Graham and built 1814-1817 in Clyde Street, on the north bank of the Clyde. The building is said to have cost more than £13,000 to erect and it was partly funded by small weekly subscriptions collected from the city's growing Catholic population.
Reference: Mitchell Library GC 914.1435 GLA (1821)
Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Libraries, Information and Learning
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