The building was donated by Agnes Russell to the Burgh of Paisley. It was built as a memorial to her two brothers, Thomas and Robert Russell, who died in 1923 and 1920 respectively. The building was originally a child welfare clinic and is used near enough for the same purpose today. It is protected as a category A listed building.
- "Causeyside Street Russell Institute: Listed Building Report". Historic Scotland.
- RCAHMS. "Paisley, 30 Causeyside Street, Russell Institute (197689)". Canmore. Retrieved 18 August 2014.
- Media related to Russell Institute at Wikimedia Commons
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