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The Digital Design Studio at Glasgow School of Art would like to thank the following individuals and organisations for their assistance in this project.

Individuals in alphabetical order

Neil Baxter
Colin Carnie
Miss Chalmers
Bill Charters
Peter and Sena Christie
James Cosgrove
Bob Crampsey
Mr Duncanson
Jean Eadie
Alistair Goldsmith. A special thanks are due to Alistair who got the project off to a good start through the information, documents and materials he made available.
Mrs Hay
David Leslie
Gladys Lilley
Mrs Lowry
William McQueen
Tony McGinlay
Andy McMillan
Mr Marchmont
Andy Melvin
Kit Ritchie
David Rowntree
Scott Simpson
Dr Percy Walker


Arts and Humanities Research Council. The AHRC approved and funded the proposal resulting in the work made available on this website and at the House for an Art Lover in Glasgow.
Scottish Film Archive. For access to a number of films, professional and amateur, shot at the 1938 Exhibition.
RCAHMS. Access to photographs and simple drawings of some of the buildings.
Simpson Aerofilms Ltd. Access to aerial photographs taken in the months immediately before the Exhibition opened.
Glasgow City Archives. For access to the few remaining architectural drawings and sketches from the Exhibition.
Halcrow (Bill Bannister). For a copy of a paper delivered by Liston Carnie in 1938 concerning the construction of the Exhibition. Liston carnie was the Consulting Civil Engineer to the Exhibition.
Land Services (Rachel Smith). For information about Bellahouston Park today.
Yorkshire Film Archive. For access to their excellent black and white film recording the journey made by pupils of Linthwaite School to the Exhibition.

Overall Project Management was by Ian Johnston. The modelling team was under the supervision of Doug Pritchard.

DDS Modelling Team

Iwan Pevarrit
Craig Logan
Jon Stone
Alastair Rawlinson
George Wharton