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' A view from 1909 of the premises of the Discharged Prisoners' Aid Society in Cathedral Square. Opened in 1896, the building was designed in the Scots Baronial style by architects Campbell Douglas & Morison for the Society as a reception centre for prisoners released from nearby Duke Street Prison. The building has survived into the 21st century, converted into a restaurant. '