Graham's.481-483 Cathedral Street, Glasgow.
This old pub was situated on Cathedral Street behind Jackson's Dog House and not far from the corner of Buchanan Street.
Alexander Graham traded from this very old pub in the 1880s, he also owned pubs in Argyle Street, Oxford Street and Crown Street. Mr Graham was president of the Scottish Wine and Spirit Merchants and Beer Trades Benevolent Institution in 1891, he was regarded as a straightforward type of Scotsman, bluff in his manner, but underneath the exterior as true as steel and as solid as gold. He was born in Largs and came to Glasgow in 1865, he acquired licence's for premises in Oxford Street and Crown Street before venturing out into the city centre.
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In 1910 William Wingate was licensee, he also had pubs on Argyle Street and Houston Street. In 1913 the licence was transferred to Thomas Waugh Lang who ran the pub until the 1930s, he was trading under the title of Alexander Graham. The pub was still in the same family until it was demolished in the 1960s. the licensee then was Robert Stewart Lang.