THE PULLMAN STATE HISTORIC SITE

Images in the collection -- Subject Advertising

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"I Live in a Great Big Way!" Says Kate Smith

Original Pullman magazine advertisement showing performer Kate Smith entering a Pullman coach. She is smiling and waving into the camera, and wearing a coat with corsage, hat and gloves.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

20th Century Limited

Original Pullman color advertisement. Images show a woman in blue robe pulling the bed down, a group of people in a dining car, people relaxing in a compartment, and people in the club car.

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

500 Miles to Christmas

Color magazine ad showing train speeding through snow covered landscape with small houses in foreground. Ad has Christmas poem similar to The Night Before Christmas.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

A Daily Miracle

Original B/W magazine advertisement promoting rail travel, specifically mentioning Pullmans, published in the National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Pullman Captain and His Crew

Original Pullman magazine ad, unknown publication, copyright 1937, The Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Porters; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

All A-board for Christmas!

Original Pullman magazine advertisement. Large illustration shows people carrying wrapped presents getting on a train.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

All these wonderful things happen only when you go Pullman

Original Pullman magazine advertisement. Images show traveler looking out the window in a coach, sleeping peacefully, being served by a porter, walking through a car, eating in the dining car, and talking with other passengers.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

All these wonderful things happen only when you go Pullman

Original magazine advertisement, Saturday Evening Post, undated, copyright 1950, The Pullman Company

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

All This Extra Luxury At No Extra Pullman Cost

Subject: Advertising; Format: Artwork

An Advertisement by The Pullman Company

Original magazine advertisement, 1916.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Another Illustrious Streamliner SOUTHERN BELLE

Original color Pullman magazine advertisement regarding Streamliner owned and operated by Southern-Louisiana & Arkansas lines.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Anybody here you know?

Original magazine advertisement, unknown publication, copyright 1951, The Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Arrive On Time...By Pullman

Black and white advertisement, Copyright 1957, The Pullman Company. Published in Time Magazine October 7, 1957.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Arrive Rested and Refreshed...by Pullman

Black and white magazine ad, published by Time Magazine, May 26, 1958.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

As the Pullmans Go Rolling Along

Original magazine advertisement, unknown publication, copyright 1943, The Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Train_Cars; World_War_II; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

As the Pullmans Go Rolling Along

Original magazine advertising showing group of World War II soldiers playing a guitar and a banjo and singing as they ride in a Pullman car.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Bet I come back hitched!

Original Pullman advertising showing a soldier preparing for leave.

Subject: World_War_II; Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Better Service More Comfort

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Broadway Limited

Original Pullman magazine advertisement. The Broadway Limited ran between Chicago and New York. Published August 31, 1940.

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

C and E I

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Christy Pneumatic Lubricators

Ad for Christy Pneumatic Lubricators for engine truck boxes.

Subject: ; Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Reference; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

City of Miami

Original magazine advertisement, showing several illustrations of people smiling while traveling on a Pullman car - in the coach, bar and parlor.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Corliss Engine Grand March

Copy of sheet music.

Subject: Advertising; Corliss_Engine; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Daddy Will Come Back Safe and Sound

Original Pullman magazine ad, unknown publisher. c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Dallas if Proud of its New P.C.C. Cars

Pullman-Standard advertising appearing in Mass Transportation magazine, July 1945.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Dis pella somting belong wuh-name

Color ad for Pullman trains showing American soldiers talking to New Guinea native in pidgin-english about tropical fruit.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Elbow Room...that's what I like when I travel!

Black and white Pullman ad from Saturday Evening Post showing men enjoying roomy seating inside coach, also picture of man sleeping and porter brushing man's jacket.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Elbow Room...what's what I like when I travel!

Original Pullman magazine advertisement showing illlustration of a man stretching in roomy Pullman seats, a man sleeping and a porter brushing a man's suit. Published July 26, 1941.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Every 2 minutes and 48 seconds!

Original Pullman magazine advertisement showing a long line of servicement waiting to board a Pullman train during World War II.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Everyday if Mother's Day

Original Pullman magazine ad from National Geographic, copyright 1938, The Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

F & C Cheesy Popcorn Flyer

Flyers for F & C Popcorn shop at 111 E. 111th Street in Roseland.

Subject: Advertising; Roseland_Community; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Fifty Free Trips

Original color Pullman magazine advertisement offering free trip to the World's Fair in either New York or San Francisco by naming a new streamlined Pullman car. Published May 20, 1939.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

First Step Towards Victory

Original magaizne advertisement. Illustration is a close-up view of serviceman stepping up a Pullman step. Smaller illustration shows serviceman arising from restful nights sleep.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; World_War_II; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

For All-Out Travel Pleasure, Ride on Cars Built By Pullman-Standard

Color magazine ad showing woman on train applying lipstick and smiling out window at cowboy waving hat at her. Other people are talking on platform, train on other side of platform has red upper, green lower paint scheme.

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Gleaners Dance program

Printed announcement/program advertising Annual Easter Prize Dance, given by the Gleaners on April 16, 1938. Includes advertisements of local business sponsors.

Subject: ; Advertising; Historic_Reference; Kensington; Organizations_--_Other; Roseland_Community; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Go By Train!

Original Pullman magazine advertisement, "Go by train!" showing families happily preparing the travel in a Pullman car.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Happy Thought

Original magazine advertisement, publication unknown, copyright 1950 The Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Harrogate: A Pullman Train

Subject: Advertising; Format: Artwork

Have fun, be gay on the Santa Fe - in cars built by Pullman Standard

Original color magazine advertisement. Image shows several attractive people socializing in club car.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Historic Pullman District Button

Large lapel button with image of Hotel Florence, reads Historic Pullman District

Subject: Advertising; Hotel_Florence_--_Exterior; Pullman_(General); Pullman_Landmark; Format: Button-Badges

Home! In Pullman Safety and Comfort

Black and white ad showing man greeted at train by woman and child, with conductor looking on.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Home! in Pullman Safety and Comfort

Original Pullman magazine ad, unknown publication, copyright 1937, The Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

How I stepped into the most surprising role of my career

Original Pullman magazine advertisement featuring movie actress, Gloria Swanson. She is shown stepping onto a train assisted by a conductor, reading in her compartment, eating in the dining car, sleeping comfortably, and talking to a porter as she gets off the train.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

How long is a 300 mile trip?

Original magazine advertisement with images showing comfort of a Pullman car; a man served by a porter, the man asleep, shaving in the morning, and departing the train.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

How many people make a good night's sleep?

Original Pullman magazine advertisement with illustrations of services showing conductor, porter, cleaning woman, laundress, repairman and car inspector.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

How to turn a trip into carefree travel!

Original Pullman magazine advertisement showing a happy couple in a compartment on a Pullman train.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

How to turn miles into smiles...

Original Pullman magazine advertisement, black and white, showing various images of happy passengers riding in Pullman cars.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Hull and London

Subject: Pullman_Abroad; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

I Like to Be Comfortable When I Travel!

Original Pullman magazine advertisement showing actress and comedienne Gracie Allen. She is dressed for sleep in a robe and shown stretching and smiling.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

I Lived 5 Weeks In A Pullman Car

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

I never did this in daylight before

Two copies original Pullman advetisement, showing two servicemen following local customers by taking off their shoes before entering an Egyptian home.

Subject: Advertising; World_War_II; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

I shoulda kept my big mouth shut!

Two copies of original Pullman managazine advertising. Color illustration shows a serviceman carrying a huge and cumbersome blue and white urn though streets of Iran while his friend looks on. Iranian people are seen in the background, two walking and one riding a donkey.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; World_War_II; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

I value My Comfort! Says Alexander Woollcott.

Black and white magazine ad showing actor, author, critic Alexander Woollcott reclining with his feet up in a Pullman seat, reading a newspaper and smoking a cigarette. Also shown are three vignettes showing man reading in bed, two men shaving in bathroom, people in lounge car.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

I`m as sunk as a Jap destroyer!

Two (2) copies original Pullman magazine advertisement. Illustration shows unhappy-looking soldier waiting in train station.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; World_War_II; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

I`ve Discovered What It Means To Travel In Pullman Comfort

Original Pullman magazine advertisement. Images show couple resting comfortably on train, being served a drink, and ordering in dining car.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Introducing the town of Pullman coverlet

Order form for a coverlet produced by the Historic Pullman Foundation as a fund-raiser, depicting landmark buildings.

Subject: Advertising; Architecture; Historic_Reference; Organizations_--_Historic_Pullman_Foundation; Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

It's Good Business to Go Pullman

Headline: "What your wife should know about your business trips...". Black and while ad, Copyright 1951 The Pullman Company. Published in Time May 7, 1971.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

It's Good Business to Go Pullman

Black and white advertisement, copyright 1952 The Pullman Company. Published in Time Magazine February 18, 1952.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

It's Good Business to Go Pullman

Black and white ad, Copyright 1951 The Pullman Company. Published in Time April 16, 1951.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

It's Good Business to Go Pullman

Black and white advertisement, Copyright 1952 The Pullman Company. Published in Time Magazine June 2, 1952.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

It's Good Business to Go Pullman

Black and white advertisement, Copyright 1951 The Pullman Company. Published in Time June 11, 1951.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

It's Good Business to Go Pullman

Black and white magazine ad, Copyright 1951 The Pullman Company. Published in Time Magazine June 11, 1951.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

It's Good Business to Go Pullman

Black and white magazine ad, copyright 1951 The Pullman Company. Published in Time November 19, 1951.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

It`s Good Business to Go Pullman

Black and white magazine advertisement, Copyright 1952 The Pullman Company. Published in Time magazine September 1, 1952.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Let's Go! And Here's How We Get There!

1947

Subject: Advertising; Format: Recreational Artifact

Letter from America Illustration

Letter to George Pullman, from American Illustrated, requesting information needed for inclusion in their publication.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_(General); Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman,_George; Format: Correspondence

Letters from Angus Sinclair of Locomotive Engineering

Letters written asking for an interview in preparation for an article about "Luxurious Railway Travel" and asking for help since Pullman died before the scheduled meeting.

Subject: ; Advertising; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman,_George; Format: Correspondence

Letters regarding brochures for World's Fair

Letter from Charles Sweet (Pullman's Secretary) to George Pullman, regarding the printing of brochures about the Pulllman's Palace Car Co. that would be for sale at the World's Fair, as well as correspondence about terms of publication and proposal from Dibble Publishing Co.

Subject: ; Advertising; Chicago_History; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Format: Correspondence

Maybe you`re the guy I`m grateful to!

Original Pullman magazine ad, copyright 1944, The Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Meeting Congenial Folks is half the Fun of Traveling!

Black and white Pullman ad from the Saturday Evening Post. Testimonial from Delar Gee, of Chicago, IL about Pullman trip. Shows five vignettes of services on the train.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Memo to every man and woman who plans to travel in 1951

Original Pullman magazine advertisement regarding the safety of traveling in a Pullman car. Published January 13, 1951.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Memo to Every Traveller

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Midwest Public Affairs Group Proposal for Services and Terracom Proposal for Services

Several proposals for developing a press kit for publicizing the Historic Pullman Community, commissioned by the Historic Pullman Foundation and the Pullman Civic Organization.

Subject: Advertising; Organizations_--_Historic_Pullman_Foundation; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Plans/_Reports/_Studys; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Milestones in Pullman Progress

Original Pullman magazine advertisement showing improvements on Pullman cars from 1922 to 1923. Black and white. Published on January 5, 1924.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Mother! Bob`s ship`s in!

Original color Pullman magazine advertisement.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Mother's Day 1938

1938

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

My dollar says an Hour!

Original Pullman magazine advertisement showing American servicemen bartering with a merchant in a Syrian marketplace. Three of his buddies are in foreground with dollar bills betting on how long the purchase will take.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

My money's on the cow!

Original color Pullman magazine advertisement, copyright The Pullman Company 1944. Illustration shows a WWII GI trying to get a cow to move on a street in India with his buddies in a jeep laughing.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

New Illinois Central Green Diamond

Ad from American Steel Foundries for the latest development in light weight high speed passenger equipment.

Subject: ; Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Next Time You Go - Go Pullman

Black and white magazine ad, copyright 1953, The Pullman Company. Published in Time magazine August 10, 1953.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Next Trip, Rest...on a Pullman

Black and white advertisement, published in Time Magazine April 14, 1958.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

No Pullman Cars in the Malay Jungle...

...regrets Garveth Wells Noted Explorer and Author. Black and White. c1930s

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

No Wonder It`s Popular

Original magazine advertisement, showing a woman comfortably resting in bed, closet accommodations, storage and service personnel available to travelers.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Not on This Railroad

Subject: Advertising; Format: Artwork

Okay, guys - this is it!

Original magazine advertisement; color illustration shows smiling soldiers as they prepare for deployment in World War II.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Only Pullman can offer you these 6 ways to travel in comfort!

Original Pullman magazine ad, black and white. Shows illustrations of 1)berths, 2)roomette or duplex-room, 3)Pullman bedroom, 4)Bedroom suite, 5)Pullman compartment and 6)drawing room.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Preserve Historic Pullman Button

Plastic button with image of Greenstone Church on front - "Preserve Historic Pullman"

Subject: Greenstone_Church; Churches_-_Roseland,_Pullman; Advertising; Format: Button-Badges

Privacy Women Appreciate

Original color Pullman magazine advertisement promoting the single occupancy section. Color image of a woman in green dressing gown preparing for bed in privacy. Published January 14, 1938.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Promotional Flyer for Rock Island Route

A flyer or poster advertising the Pullman Tourist Sleeping-cars on Rock Island Route Excursions from Boston to western states.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Ad

Series of advertising promotionals from The Pullman Company; one showing a bride.

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman Ad- "Dis pella someting belong wuh-name?"

Pullman Company ad from National Geographic Magazine "Dis pella something belong wuh-name?" shows soldiers trying to talk to a man in New Guinea.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman ad - "Anticipation"

Pullman ad from National Geographic Magazine regarding the anticipation of services expected from the Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman Ad - "But you've got to get here tomorow!"

Pullman Ad from National Geographic Magazine - "But you've got to get here tomorrow!" showing a young bride on the phone talking to her fiance.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman Ad - "I never did this in daylight before!"

Pullman ad from National Geographic Magazine title "I never did this in daylight before!", showing two GI's in an Egyptian house taking their shoes off.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman Ad - "I shoulda kept my big mouth shut!"

Pullman Company ad from National Geographic Magazine -"I shoulda kept my big mouth shut!" showing two servicemen, one carrying a very large vase he was gifted.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman Ad - "Tsk, tsk, Sarge! Remember where you are!"

Pullman Company ad from National Geographic Magazine "tsk, tsk, Sarge! Remember where you are!" Officer being scolded for losing his temper in China...

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman Advertisement

A series of ads from magazines, one showing a bride calling her future husband to come home.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman Advertising Booklet - Vacation Excursions - New Orleans, Mexico, California

Booklet advertising excursions on Pullman Palace Cars to New Orleans, Mexico and California; 3 grand tours.

Subject: ; Advertising; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Pullman Co. Reward Sign

Reward sign posted by the Pullman Company regarding information about theft of Pullman Company property. Framed in wood, painted dark green.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Factory_Site; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Company Decal

Photographs of British metal decal/sign c.1910 by Tearbe & Sons, Ltd. by the Pullman Company

Subject: Advertising; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Pullman coverlet order form

Reverse of order form for coverlet produced by Historic Pullman Foundation as a fund-raiser.

Subject: Advertising; Organizations_--_Historic_Pullman_Foundation; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Pullman Facts No. 01

Booklet 1 in series of 12. "Service You Get With Your Pullman Ticket"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 02

Booklet 2 in series of 12. "Evolution of the Pullman Car"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 03

Booklet 3 in series of 12. "The World's Greatest Housekeeper"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 04

Booklet 4 in series of 12. "Building A Pullman Car"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 05

Booklet 5 in a series of 12. "Safety First, Last And All The Time"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 06

Booklet 6 in a series of 12. "Scientific Ventilation in Pullmans"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 07

Booklet 7 in a series of 12. "How A Pullman Car Is Lighted"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 08

Booklet 8 in a series of 12. "The Hidden Mechanisms of A Pullman Car"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 09

Booklet 9 in a series of 12. "The Pullman Bureau of Tests"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 10

Booklet 10 in a series of 12. "The Peripatetics Of A Pullman Car"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 11

Booklet 11 in a series of 12. "Exploding the Myth of Cheaper European Rates"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 12

Booklet 12 in a series of 12. "Travel The Educator"

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Facts No. 3

A copy of the booklet Pullman Facts No. 3, third in a series of 12.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Pullman Hand Soap

Small bar of Pullman hand soap with slogan "You're safe and sure when you travel by Pullman".

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Toilet Articles

Pullman Historic District T-Shirt

Cotton t-shirt with Pullman Historic District logo (train car) on front in red and green ink. Size L.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Textiles

Pullman House Tour (35th) T-Shirt

House Tour T-shirt from 2008, black cotton with white printed design, size Large.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Textiles

Pullman House Tour (37th) T-Shirt

House Tour T-shirt from 2010, Brown with white print, size large.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Textiles

Pullman House Tour (39th) T-Shirt

House Tour T-shirt from 2010, black cotton with white print design, size Large

Subject: Advertising; Format: Textiles

Pullman Lanyard

Blue lanyard with Pullman printed in white

Subject: Advertising; Format: Other Ephemera

Pullman Makes a Vacation Fun From The Start

Original color Pullman advertisement promoting 7 outstanding Pullman travel advantages. Image should a man and woman standing in the foreground smiling,surrounded by passengers playing cards and socializing.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman Porter Shoe Advertisement

Subject: Pullman_Porters; Advertising; Format: Artwork

Pullman Progress 1859-1929

Booklet with fold-out color images of train cars developed from 1859 to 1929 with descriptions of innovations on reverse side.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Pullman Progress 1929

Copy of brochure detailing Pullman accomplishments 1859 to 1929

Subject: ; Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Self-Propelled Rail Motor Cars

16-page brochure published by Pullman Car & Mfg. Corporation, with photographs and illustrations. Full record available for viewing at the Bertha Ludlam Reading Room in the Hotel Florence.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman Single Occupancy Section

Original color Pullman magazine advertisement promoting the Single Occupany Section. Published March 28, 1938.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman to the Queen's Taste

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman Travel Costs Reduced

Original Pullman advertisement showing changes to pricing on Pullman cars including tables of old and new pricing. Published June 20, 1936.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman Vestibule Promotional Handout

Handout to promote the new invention of the vestibule and its advantages for passengers.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Pullman_Train_Cars; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman's Diamond Jubilee

Booklet printed for the Century of Progress Exposition 1934. Pullman's Diamond Jubilee: Seventy-five year's of Achievement, Seventy-five years of Progress. Silver and green cover.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Pullman's New Convertible S.O.S.

Original Pullman magazine ad, unknown publication, probably National Geographic, copyright1938 The Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman's New Convertible Single Occupancy Section

Original Pullman magazine advertisement. Illustration shows a woman in a blue dressing gown folding her clothes. Published May 7, 1938.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman-Standard - First with the Latest in Railway Car Design

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman-Standard builds 2 new streamliners for C & E I

Original Pullman magazine advertisement regarding the "Chicago-Liners" two Pullman-Standard built streamliners; service between Chicago and its Illinois and Indiana terminals.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Pullman-Standard is Sleeping Car Headquarters

Original Pullman color magazine ad. Images show a woman waking up smiling in her Roomette and reading comfortably.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Railway Advertising

Original B/W magazine ad of the Association of American Railroads, National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Railway Advertising

Original B/W advertisement for Willards batteries, publication unknown, probably National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Advertising - Rightly called

Original B/W railway advertising from the Association of American Railroads, unknown publication, probably National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Advertising - Wrap a billion dollars' worth!

Original B/W advertisement of the Association of American Railroads, unknown publication, probably National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad

Original B/W magazine ad for Canadian National railway, unknown publication, probably the National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad

Original B/W advertising for Santa Fe railway, published in National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad

Original B/W ad printed in National Geographic about travel on the Union Pacific, c1930s.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad

Original B/W magazine ad for the North Coast Limited of the Northern Pacific railway, unknown publication, probably the National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad

Original magazine ad for North Coast Limited featuring Pullman Cars., unknown publication. c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Railway Travel Ad

Original B/W magazine ad for the Canadian National Railway, unknown publication, probably National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Roseland_Community; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad

Original B/W magazine ad for the Northern Pacific railway, unknown publication, probably the National Geographic,c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad

Original magazine ad for North Coast Limited featuring Pullman cars, published in National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Railway Travel Ad - ...Are God's Great Pictures Hung

Original B/W railway travel ad originally published in National Geographic, for travel on the Union Pacific Railroad, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad - Alaska

Original B/W magazine ad for the Canadian National Railway, unknown publication, probably National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Railway Travel Ad - Canada's Rockies

Original B/W travel ad from unknown publication, probably the National Geographic, for travel on the Canadian National railway, c1930s.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad - Florida, 23 1/3 Hours from New York

Original B/W travel ad from unknown publication, probably the National Geographic, for travel on the Atlantic Coast Line railraod, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad - Go Union Pacific Direct to the Best in Yellowstone

Original B/W travel ad published in National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad - Goodbye Winter!

Original B/W ad from unknown publication, probably National Geographic, for travel on the South Pacific. c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad - The big fellow helps us all

Original B/W advertising, unknown publication, probably National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad - The Gulf Coast

Original B/W advertising for travel on the Louisville * Nashville (L&N) railroad, unknown publication, probably National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad - The Kind of Fishing You Like Best is at its Best Now on the Gulf Coast

Original B/W advertising for Louisville & Nashville (L&N) railroad, unknown publisher, probably in National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad - The Overland Trail of '49

Original B/W travel ad from unknown publication, probably the National Georgraphic, for travel on the Southern Pacific railway, c1930s.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Railway Travel Ad - To Alaska

Original B/W travel advertisng of the Canadian National Railway, unknown publication, probably National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Railway Travel Ad - To California!

Original B/W travel ad for the Southern Pacific railway, unknown publication, probably National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Relax in the Peace and Quiet of Pullman

Black and white advertisement, published in Time Magazine January 20, 1958.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Roseland-Pullman "Sports Hall of Fame"

Flyer advertising radio show from the Roseland-Pullman Area "Sports Hall of Fame" featuring the Vince Andrade's Sports Talk Show. On WLNR-FM 106.3

Subject: Advertising; Roseland_Community; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Saltaire

Placemat format in color with drawings of each building, map, and descriptions. (2)

Subject: Transportation/_Other_Museums; Advertising; Format: Food Service Equipment

Saltaire Brief Guide & History

Placemat format with map and drawings (2)

Subject: Transportation/_Other_Museums; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Advertising; Format: Food Service Equipment

Santa Fe's New Lightweight Streamlined Cars Built by Pullman-Standard

Color magazine ad showing groups of people boarding, relaxing, and eating in Pullman train cars. New Santa Fe car is printed in metallic silver ink.

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

See America by Pullman

Two-page original color magazine advertisement. Large map of the United States shows points of interest across the US that can be reached by Pullman. Includes a quote from Burton Holmes, "noted authority on travel".

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

See America's Winter Playgrounds via Pullman

Original advertisement, copyright 1938, The Pullman Company. published in Collier's Magazine January 15, 1938 issue.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

See How Little It Costs

Subject: Advertising; Format: Textile Equipment

See More of America This Summer in Glacier Park

Original B/W magazine advertising for travel on the Empire Builder and Oriental Limited, built by Pullman. Unknown publication, probably National Geographic, c1930s.

Subject: Pullman_Rail_Travel; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Sherwin-Wiliams Marks 100th Year

Article with advertisement. South End Reporter, May 4, 1966.

Subject: Advertising; Kensington; Roseland_Community; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Short Lesson in Anatomy

Original magazine advertisement, unknown publication, copyright 1951, The Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Sleeping Car Restrictions Removed!

Original magazine advertisement regarding war time restrictions which were removed. Restrictions related to sleeping car service on runs of 450 or less, and the ban against making reservations more than 14 days in advance.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Sleeping Car Restrictions Removed

1946

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printing Equipment

Southern Pacific's DAYLIGHT

Original magazine advertisement showing people in club car, a family conversing and looking out the windows, and a couple eating in the dining car.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Southern Pacific's First Century Booklet

History of the Southern Pacific Railroad with many photographs and line map

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Stagebill March 1991

Stagebill for The Organic Theater Company's production of American Enterprise, written by Jeffrey Sweet.

Subject: Pullman_(General); Chicago_History; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Start Your Holiday On A Pullman

Original color Pullman advertisement. Illustrations shows two women (mother and grandmother?) and little girl in a Pullman compartment. The girl has long blond curly hair and is sitting up in bed talking to the women. One woman is seated wearing a crimson robe; the other standing and wearing a dark blue flowered robe.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Storm Warning!

Original magazine ad, copyright 1943 The Pullman Company.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Take It Easy Go Pullman

Black and white magazine advertisement, copyright 1952. Published in Time Magazine February 23, 1953.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Take It Easy Go Pullman

Black and white magazine ad, Copyright 1553, The Pullman Company. Published in Time, November 30, 1953.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Thank you, folks!

Original Pullman magazine ad, showing close-up of a smiling conductor, thanking travelers for their patience during war time. Two other images show traveler working and sleeping in Pullman compartment.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

The 20th Century Limited

Original color advertisement for the 20th Century Limited train. Copyright 1940 Pullman-Standard Car Manufacturing Company

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

The Broadway Limited

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

The Dream That Almost Always Comes True

Original Pullman advertisement. Main illustrations shows a young boy and his dog as they look at a train as it passes through their station. Boy is wearing nickers and argyle socks.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

The New Haven

Original color Pullman magazine advertisement regarding the the New Haven Railroad and its 50 Pullman-Standard streamlined chair cars.

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

The Public Be ... Pleased!

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

The Pullman Car 1867-1917

Original magazine advertisement describing Pullman train cars. Illustration shows a 19th-century woman alighting from a train while being assisted by a gentleman.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

The Purple Heart Limited

Original magazine advertisement, copyright 1945, The Pullman Company. Photo shows wounded service men looking at war memorabilia. A Nazi flag is draping table. Photographed enroute by permission of the War Department.

Subject: Advertising; World_War_II; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

The Southerner And The Tennessean

Original Pullman magazine advertisement. Illustrations show people in a train station and riding in the Pullman car.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

This is Your Own-Your Native Land See it via Pullman

Color magazine ad promoting travel across America to see its historic sites. Shows interpreters at Williamsburg, Woman in front of Capital Building and woman in nightgown in sleeper room.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

This Three Room Apartment for only $2.65

Original color Pullman magazine advertising comparing traveling in a Pullman to a three-room apartment: parlor, bedroom and washroom with illustrations of each.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Ticket Envelope from Nickel Plate Road

A ticket envelope from the Nickel Plate Road railroad advertising air-conditioned trains serving Chicago, Cleveland, Buffalo, New York and St. Louis. Route map on back

Subject: Advertising; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Other

To the Queen's Taste

Original magazine ad featuring stage actress, Helen Hayes as she appeared in the stage success "Victoria Regina". She is giving a testimonial to the comfort and security of Pullman service. Additional testimonials from S. S. Van Dine, author, and Mrs. Samuel E. Wilson, a mother from Park Ridge, IL.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Townhouse for Sale

Realtor flyer advertising house for sale at 112th & Forrestville, date unknown.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Travel by rail and relax in the newest and finest from Pullman Standard

Original color Pullman magazine advertisement. Illustration shows four attractive, smartly dressed women playing bridge in a Pullman car, smiling and chatting.

Subject: Advertising; Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Two People Sleep When One Goes Pullman

Original Pullman magazine advertisement. Illustration shows train traveling through dark snowy night and a woman safety at home while her husband travels on a Pullman.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Utah Sights and Scenes for the Tourist

A booklet promoting tourist sites across Utah, complete with a fold-in map showing various trains routes across the state.

Subject: ; Advertising; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Train_Cars; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Want To Give A Soldier A Welcome Christmas Gift?

1944

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

We know we`ll get there when we go Pullman!

Original magazine advertisement, showing an older couple riding a Pullman train. The woman is knitting, the man reading. Both are smiling into the camera. Coutryside is visible outside the window. Other photos show an actress and businessman.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

We, the people endorse

Original color magazine advertisement, published in Collier's magazine. Ad shows many excerpts from letters of travelers endorsing Pullman travel, and an illustration of a woman in a pink printed dressing gown preparing for bed in a Pullman convertible single occupancy sleeper.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Weber's Pullman Bread Truck

Page from an article in Mature Living Magazine showiing an image of Weber Baking Co. truck advertising Weber's Pullman Bread.

Subject: Advertising; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

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