Ellinor Agnes Christison trained and worked in domestic science; a profession that took her to North Africa and Italy in the Second World War.
Everyone wore regulation swimsuits at the Arlington Baths. For ladies before the First World War, these were heavy cotton tunics and bloomers but after the War there were demands for change...
Ethel Perry was a volunteer in frontline hospitals during the First World War and an air raid warden in the Second World War. Here's what we've learnt about her life so far.
Hilda Perry - married name Hilda Storer - was born in 1875 and was a member of the Baths along with other members of her family.
The Perrys - Robert Perry MD, May Perry and their five children - was closely connected with the Arlington Baths Club and were a distinguished family in the city of Glasgow.