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Freddie Anderson (11 September 1922 - 10 December 2001) was a writer and socialist, born in County Monaghan, Ireland, who became a bedrock of Glasgow culture from the 1950s.
His first play, Thirty Three Years, was produced by the Glasgow Unity Theatre in the late 1940s. His literary work in the Easterhouse community in Glasgow where he lived was recognised by an Irish Post award. As a playwright, his 1979 work Krassivy about Scottish leftist politician John Maclean won a Fringe First award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. 1 2
Glasgow's Caledonian University Library houses the Freddy Anderson collection.