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This'll be what you want.
Thorough history of the city from medieval times up to the 1950/60s. Tonnes of photos, sketches, newspaper cuttings etc. Really has a lot to say especially about the development of the city from around 1800 on. You can pick up second hand copies on Amazon for about £3, but I got one in Voltaire and Rousseau in the west end for a quid one day. I'd recommend popping in there as they usually have a lot of similar themed second hand books lying around.
In terms of more recent books, I'd strongly recommend Glasgow: Mapping The City.
Big coffee table book basically running through 400+ years of the city in maps. Fantastic book.