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”.
Algernon Burton Cook was a school sports star considered to be one of the best swimmers in Scotland, who became a motor cyclist and aeroplane pilot in the First World War.