Russell Institute

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Russell Institute
The Russell Institute - Paisley.jpg
General information
Status Open
Address 30 Causeyside Street
Town or city Paisley
Country Scotland
Inaugurated 19 March 1927
Technical details
Floor count 3
Design and construction
Architect J S Maitland
Architecture firm Abercrombie and Maitland

The Russell Institute is a building in Paisley, Scotland.


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.[1][2]


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