Emil Młynarski was a Polish musician who was conductor of the Scottish Orchestra in Glasgow before the First World War.
John Marshall came from a family of lawyers and himself worked in the legal profession, with a connection with courts in Ireland.
Brigadier-General Sir Donald Matheson was a Glasgow businessman who was knighted for his many years of commitment to the city's military volunteers.
The Arlington Baths Club War Memorial displays 39 names from the Second World War. One of those is Archibald McKellar, who is still remembered today as a Battle of Britain fighter pilot, and the first to shoot down an enemy aircraft over the British Isles.
The Baths made changes to membership fees to support the men who were away fighting and women working as nurses.