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.
How did the Baths survive the Second World War? Individual generosity and a collective effort were key factors.
Medical student Alexander Soga joined the Baths in April 1912. He was from South Africa but his family had strong ties to Scotland.
Ellinor Agnes Christison trained and worked in domestic science; a profession that took her to North Africa and Italy in the Second World War.
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.