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English: The Russell Institute in Paisley. Architect: James Steel Maitland. Sculptor: Archibald Dawson. Built in 1926-7 as a child welfare clinic, the text at the top, "A DEO SALUS", means "Health comes from God". The upper figure is a guardian angel carrying two children. Above the entrance, the left shield has the Paisley coat of arms and the right depicts the god of medicine, Aesculapius. The various figures along the sides are children with various ailments. The lower sculpture, Young Motherhood, is a mother with children. In this group, the models were Dawson's wife Isa along with his children Alistair and Hamish; the little girl is other relative of Dawson's.
Photographer's notes: I took this photograph with a Sony A33 camera and Tamron 17-50mm lens at 44mm. It consists of four landscape photographs stitched together vertically with Hugin.
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|Date and time original image was generated||2013:08:19 16:16:36|
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