Dutch Kitchen, Miss Cranston's Lunch, Tea & Smoking Rooms, Argyle Street

M258 Dutch Kitchen, Miss Cranston's Lunch, Tea & Smoking Rooms, Argyle Street

Address: 106–114, Argyle Street, Glasgow G2 8BH
Date: 1905–6
Client: Catherine (Kate) Cranston
Authorship: Authorship category 1 (Mackintosh) (Mackintosh)

Principal published and unpublished sources.

Published

Books

  • Roger Billcliffe, Charles Rennie Mackintosh: The Complete Furniture, Furniture Drawings and Interior Designs, Moffat, Dumfriesshire: Cameron & Hollis, 4th edn, 2009, pp. 235–7
  • Alan Crawford, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, London: Thames & Hudson, 1995, pp. 137–8
  • Alan Crawford, 'The Tea Rooms: Art & Domesticity' in Wendy Kaplan, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, New York and London: Abbeville Press, 1996, pp. 271–2
  • Thomas Howarth, Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Modern Movement, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 2nd edn, 1977, pp. 128–31
  • Perilla Kinchin, Tea and Taste: The Glasgow Tea Rooms, 1875–1975, Wendlebury, Oxon: White Cockade, 1991
  • Perilla Kinchin, Miss Cranston: Patron of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Edinburgh: NMS Publishing, 1999
  • Frank Worsdall, The City that Disappeared, Glasgow: Richard Drew Publishing, 1981, p. 123

Journals

  • Michael Donnelly, 'Mackintosh's Dutch Kitchen Tea Room 1905–6', Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society Newsletter, 13, Autumn 1976, pp. 3–4; pp. 9–10
  • J. Taylor, 'Modern Decorative Art at Glasgow: Some Notes on Miss Cranston's Argyle Street Tea House', Studio, 39, October 1906, pp. 31–6
  • J. Jeffrey Waddell, 'Some Recent Glasgow Tea-Rooms', Builders' Journal and Architectural Record, 15 April 1903, pp. 126–32
  • Glasgow Advertiser & Property Circular, 24 October 1899, p. 2
  • Glasgow Herald, 18 April 1990, p. 1

Unpublished

  • Edinburgh, Royal Commission on Ancient and Historic Monuments of Scotland: Anderson and Murray, Condition Survey, 114 Argyll Street (Miss Cranston's Tea Room), typescript and photographs, D.12.41.CRA.P
  • Edinburgh, Royal Commission on Ancient and Historic Monuments of Scotland: Neil Manson Cameron, 106–114 Argyle Street, Cranston's Tea Rooms, MS 232/St/Gl/18, April 1990