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Obama discusses new GI bill in Virginia
Vice President Joe Biden (RC) shakes hands with Marine Corps Staff Sgt James Miller (LC) during an event to mark the implementation of the Post-9/11 GI Bill at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia on August 3, 2009. With them are Secretary of Veterans Affairs Gen. Eric Shinseki (L) and Sen. Jim Webb, D-VA (R). UPI Photo/Roger L. Wollenberg
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James Miller FRSE RSA (1860–1947) was a Scottish architect and artist. He is noted for his many buildings in Glasgow and for his Scottish railway stations. Among these are the heavily American-influenced Union Bank building at 110-20 St Vincent Street; his 1901-1905 extensions to Glasgow Central railway station; and the spectacular Wemyss Bay railway station on the Firth of Clyde. He also produced a number of Arts and Crafts designs.

Miller moved to Stirling in 1911, at Randolphfield, and died there on 28 November 1947.

James Miller was born in Auchtergaven, Perthshire, in 1860. Soon after his birth, his father moved to Little Cairnie, Forteviot, where he spent most of his childhood. He was educated at Perth Academy.

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