Glasgow Evening News

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The Glasgow Evening News was an important Scottish newspaper in the early 20th century. It was originally founded as the Glasgow Evening Post in 1866 and became the Evening News in 1915.[1]

Neil Munro was editor for a time and his Para Handy stories were first published in the newspaper.[2]

The newspaper closed in January 1957.[3]


  1. George Watson and Ian R Willison, ed. (1987). The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. p. 1402. 
  2. Paterson, Len (1996). The Light in the Glens: The Rise and Fall of the Puffer Trade. House of Lochar. p. 11. ISBN 1899863141. 
  3. "Obituary: Angus Shaw, journalist". The Scotsman. 22 October 2010. Retrieved 8 December 2013.