Taking a look at the Arlington Baths Club proposal books from 1910 to 1915 reveals that there were lots of members who came from all over the world. Meet a few of these international members...
Medical student Alexander Soga joined the Baths in April 1912. He was from South Africa but his family had strong ties to Scotland.
Dugald (or Dougall) Blue was a popular classics teacher, who was remembered with fondness and respect by staff and students at two Glasgow schools.
Ellinor Agnes Christison trained and worked in domestic science; a profession that took her to North Africa and Italy in the Second World War.
Robert Colin Christison was known as ‘Bertie’. An engineer from a family of engineers, was an athlete, interested in books and reading, and was described as “universally popular”.