Actor Bransby Williams was a successful actor, who was often in Glasgow to perform in pantomime or his popular impersonations of Dickens' characters.
This Arlington member had a long career behind the scenes in the theatre world, including many years at the Empire Theatre in Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow.
One of the tall tales told about the Arlington is that an exact copy of our Club was built in London and then destroyed in bombing during World War II. But could this be really be true?
One of our members who swam against society's tide was avant-garde writer, provocateur and heroin addict Alexander Trocchi, a Scottish writer at the heart of the 1960s counter culture.
How a chess set awarded to member Phillip H Tod revealed the story of the Arlington Chess Association.