THE PULLMAN STATE HISTORIC SITE

Images in the collection -- Subject Chicago_History

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1925 Yearbook, Pullman Free School of Manual Training

Table of Contents: 1)Forward, 2)Dedication, 3)Faculty, 4)Seniors, 5)Classes, 6)Activities, 7)Athletics, 8)Humor. 100 pages; nine page of local advertising. Brown cover.

Subject: Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Pullman_Schools; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Chicago Album

150th Anniversary Chicago Tribune Magazine. Full record available for viewing at the Bertha Ludlam Reading Room in the Hotel Florence.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

A Corner of Chicago

Biography of the Chicago newspaper man who also wrote Radio scripts.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Headline of 36 Years Ago Today: 575 Dead in Fire!

Article in the Chicago Tribune, December 30, 1939 regarding the Iroquois Theatre Fire.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

A House in Chicago

Biography of Harriet Moody, literary patron in early 20th century Midwest. Hardcover book, 288 pages, with index.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Squandered Heritage

Three part series in the Chicago Tribune, on the city's failure to protect its hidden architectural gems.

Subject: ; Architecture; Chicago_History; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

A Timeless Affair The Life of Anita McCormick Blaine

Hardcover book, 253 pages with index, biography of the daughter of Cyrus McCormick.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Above Chicago

Collection of historic and original aerial photographs of Chicago.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

All Things Considered

Subtitled, "Memories, Experiences and Observations of a Chicagoan". Hardcover book, non-fiction, 345 pages.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

An American Enterprise

Newsletter from the Organic Theater production of An American Enterprise, about the story of George Pullman. Contains five pages of historical background, play information, etc.

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

Ask landmark status for South Pullman

Newspaper clipping announces the unanimous recommendation by Chicago Landmarks Council for landmark designation.

Subject: Chicago_History; Illinois_History; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

At&T Real Yellow Pages

Yellow pages phone book, Neighborhood edition, for 2007. Includes Pullman, Roseland, Blue Island, Riverdale. Hotel Florence on cover.

Subject: Chicago_History; Hotel_Florence_--_Exterior; Pullman_(General); Reference; Regional; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Autobiography of Gurdon Saltonstall Hubbard

A narrative of the life in the midwest from 1812 to 1830 by the man who became one of the founding fathers of the city of Chicago with introduction by Caroline M. McIlvaine.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Battle for Chicago

Story of Chicago's money peerage - the Fields, Armours, Pullmans, Insulls, McCormicks, and other families. Photos including George Pullman, the Factory and the Hotel Florence

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Birthday card

Small die-cut birthday card with multiple papers, ribbon trim, and illustrations of pink roses on front and interior. Unsigned.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Regional; Roseland_Community; Format: Other Ephemera

Bottle return ticket

Ticket for 5-cent deposit return for bottles, from "Dunes Arcade Hotel and Pavilion, Jos. C. Strack, Mgr."

Subject: Regional; Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Bronzeville Black Chicago 100 Notable People and Places

A guide to many historical landmarks, civic organizations, places of worship and residences of notable Black Americans whom lived or lived in Chicago.

Subject: Chicago_History; Organizations_-_Bronzeville_Black_Chicagoan_Historical_Society; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Building 002

North wing of Administration Building c 1976. Originally known as building 3, renamed number 2 when the south wing was replaced ca 1910. Origionally erecting shops, by 1947 was the Purchasing Department and Employment

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 005

Ca 1950. Built in 1881 as part of the wood shop, along with adjacent Building 6. With changes in technology it became a steel cabinets shop. In a 1947 map it is listed as "storage".

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 006

Ca 1950. Built as wood machine shop (thought to have been numbered 5 when built) on 1947 map listed as "Steel Cabinet Shop, Templet Storage, and Stores Department Office" Note old sign over door "U S Army Ordinance No Admittance".

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 009 with Santa

Holiday shed decoraded for a visit with Santa. Number 29781 on edge

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 010

"Modern" addition to factory site which held engineering offices.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 010 Area A Sheet 6

Floor plan and cross section of Building No. 10 showing the layout of the engineering offices of Pullman Standard Company.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 020 Pullman Press

A later factory building (non-Beman) with sign stating "The Pullman Press, Stationary & Printing, Office - General Stationary".

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 022

Ca 1950 east wall of old erecting shops, grass foreground was site of Transfer Table 3. In 1947 was Paint Department and Carpenters Shop.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 024

Ca 1950 On 1907 map site was "Dry Kiln Shop" On 1947 map listed as "Stores Dept"

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 031

Ca. 1950. Listed as "Truck Shop" on 1947 map (Just south of 108th and Champlain) Water Tower on right was demolished in 1957.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 033 Area A Sheet #10

Originally probably a transfer table building used in steel car construction "...presently being used for Army ordance manufacture."

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 043

One of the small buildings constructed between 1900-1930, probably near 111th and Langley

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 048

Listed as Brass Finish Shop on 1947 map. Building built pre-1901

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 049

Paint Department according to sign on wall and as noted on a 1947 map. Would have been located at 110th and Langley if that street had been extended.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 050

Sign over door reads "Danger, go Slow" Note Water Tower in background. Building had many skylights.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 055

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 055 Floor Plan and Cross Section

Details of power house 26,2270sf, air compressors and turbines.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 066

Ca 1950 Erecting Shop A

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 067

Erecting Shop B, the second of three large shops. Built on part of Lake Calumet that was filled in.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 067 Area 10 Sheet #11

92,400sf floor area railroad tracks connection to transfer table.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 071

Erecting Shop c 1950 seems to have been used for painting of Pullman Cars according to 1947 map.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 082

Ca 1950. According to a 1947 map "Machine Shop, Die and Tool, Central Tool, Stores M&X, P.L.&M.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 083

On a 1905 map location was listed as a lumber yard. On 1947 map listed as Hammer and Forge Shop.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 089

Ca 1950 Located at the "foot" of 106th Street. Listed on a 1947 map as "storage".

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 090

Listed as storage on 1947 map.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 100 Floor Plan

Cross section, looking north, steel car construction factory 462,000 sf, cranes, steel storage area

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 100 Workers

Pullman Standard Interior view c1949

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 202

Union Foundry Buildings. Listed on 1947 map as Steel Cabinet Machine Dept, Steel Cabinet Dept, Stores Dept, Paint Dept.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 203

Multiple shops: Wood Cabinet Shop Welding School Steel Cabinet Shop Upholstery Shop Upholstery Store

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Burial Treasurers

Newspaper article about Graceland Cemetary in Chicago where George Pullman is buried.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Pullman_Family; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Burnham and Bennett - Plan of Chicago

Reprint of the original landmark text(1909) which revolutionized urban design and set the stage for the City Beautiful movement and the development of Chicago.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Bygone Days in Chicago

400-page hardcover book with index and photographs. Subtitled "Recollections of the 'Garden City' of the Sixties." Included picture of George Pullman and information of the Town of Pullman

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Calumet Area Article - "The Steel Sailors"

Article from The Chicago Reader about the men who move the steel industry products through the Calumet area harbors and the lake.

Subject: Regional; Interlake_Steel; Chicago_History; Acme_Steel; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Camp Douglas Information

Partial newspaper article of history of Camp Douglas in Chicago which was used as a confederate prison camp in the Civil War. Unknown date and publication.

Subject: Regional; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Carpet remnant

Carpet remnant from Pullman train car, Rust/Fern patterned loop. Two pieces; same width.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Textiles

Celebrating a railroad town

Article about the importance of the Pullman Factory and Hotel Florence and their place in the history of Chicago and Illinois.

Subject: Chicago_History; Factory_Site; Hotel_Florence_History; Illinois_History; Pullman_1998_Factory_Fire; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Chicago

History of the city of Chicago, hardcover, 462 pages, with index, photographs, maps and illustrations.

Subject: Reference; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago - Growth of a Metropolis

Hardcover, 510 pages with index, illlustrations and photographs, history of Chicago from 1830 to 1969

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago and Suburbs 1939

A reprint of the Chicago-related sections of original 1939 WPA guide to Illinois. Some photographs, black and white.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago and the Old Northwest 1673-1835

480-page hardcover book with index, subtitled "A Study of the Evolution of the Northwestern Frontier, Together with a History of Fort Dearbon"

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago City Directory 1844

116-page, hardcover book, reprinted by... "The Aetna Insurance Company upon the occasion of 100 years of enviable service to Chicago and Cook County". Showing list of businesses in Chicago in 1844.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago Companies

Photocopy of letterhead (?) from four Chicago companies.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Chicago from the Air

Aerial photographs highlighting Chicago geography, history, and landmarks.

Subject: Chicago_History; Architecture; Aerial_Views; Historic_Reference; Labor_History,_other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago Gardens: The Early History

Story of how Chicago came to be known as the City in a Garden, from Fort Dearborn to the current gardening practices.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago History

The magazine of the Chicago Historical Society. Summer 1977. vo.6, no.2. See article "Where is Athens Now? The Fine Arts Building 1898 to 1918" about Solon S. Beman's building in Chicago.

Subject: Chicago_History; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Architecture; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Chicago History

Quarterly publication of the Chicago Historical Society, now the Chicago History Museum.

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

Chicago History

Quarterly publication of the Chicago Historical Society, now the Chicago History Museum.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Chicago Landmark Sign for South Pullman

Informational sign posted by the city of Chicago in the Pullman Landmark District.

Subject: Pullman_Town; General/Misc.; Chicago_History; Format: Map

Chicago Map

Chicago map from 1970 showing location of South Pullman District.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Map

Chicago Map

Photocopy of partial map of south side of Chicago and Cook County, c1850.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Map

Chicago Map, 1893

Rand McNally & Co. Map show Chicago boundaries of 1893, Pullman, site of Columbian Exposition.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Illinois_History; Lake_Calumet; Pullman_(General); Pullman_Rail_Travel; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Regional; Format: Map

Chicago Neighborhood Tours 2007

Booklet with postcards, for various tours across Chicago neighborhoods, run by the City of Chicago Office of Tourism. Pullman is featured.

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

Chicago Neighborhood Tours 2009

Booklet distributed by the City for its neighborhood tour program.

Subject: Chicago_History; Reference; Regional; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Chicago Posters

Color photographs of major Chicago landmarks. Includes 2 pages on Pullman, one photomontage of Pullman neighborhood, one of Hotel Florence.

Subject: Pullman_Views; Pullman_Town; Pullman_Views; Pullman_Houses; Hotel_Florence_--_Exterior; Chicago_History; Architecture; Aerial_Views; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago Rising from the Prairie

Hardcover book, 576 pages, with color photographs, illustrations and artwork. Artwork by Richard Chase and Archibald Mosley, Jr. Book highlights Chicago accomplishments and architecture.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago Scene

Caption on photo: "Driveway showing German Building, Jackson Park, Chicago, Ill." Early 1900s. The German Building was one of the few buildings from the 1893 Columbian Exposition that still remained in the early 20th century. It burned in 1925.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Chicago Stories Tales of the City

Short stories about Chicago by various authors with introduction by Stuart Drybek.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago Streetcar Photos

Images of Chicago streetcars plus a lists of streetcars building and operated from 1901 to 1956. Some cars built by Pullman.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Chicago Streetcar Photos

From the Internet, includes list of streetcars built by Pullman and other companies from 1901 to 1948.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Chicago Streetscape

East side Bowen Ave. west of Langley Ave. Chicago 1909. Bowen Avenue is approximately 41st street south at 600 east.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Chicago The History of its Reputation

Hardcover book, 508 pages, with index and color illustrations on the cover

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago Transit Authority Historical Calendars

A collection of CTA Historical Calendars with historic photos of trains/buses around the city. Dates from 1993, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Chicago Wilderness

Magazine published 4 times a year, endorsed by the Chicago Wilderness Alliance. Special Issue 'Discovering the Calumet'.

Subject: Calumet_River_-_Calumet_Region; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Chicago's Historic Maps - Resources for Understanding the City

Booklet containing reprints of Chicago maps from 1808 to 1982. Included 1982 map of O'Hare Airport and surrounding communities, Upper Mississippi Valley, Prehistory to 1827, Jolliet's Manusscript Map, 1674, and Louisiana 1718.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago, With Love A Polite and Personal History

Hardcover book, 293 pages, with memories of Chicago and Chicago Society in late 19th and early 20th century. Includes index and photographs.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

City Gives Pullman Landmark Status

2-page article from the "Calumet Index" October 18, 1972. Describes passage of Chicago ordinance naming Pullman a landmark district.

Subject: ; Architecture; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

City of the Century

Softcover, 704 pages, with photographs and index.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Chicago_History; Pullman_Town; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Civil Government of Illinois Chicago and Cook County

Hard cover book, 201 pages describing and defining various parts of Chicago and Cook County government, copyright 1890

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Artwork

Columbian Exposition Prints

Color copies scanned from original Columbian Exposition magazine prints.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Format: Artwork

Come to Chicago!

Stamp/sticker advertising Spring Market Week in Chicago Feb. 5th to Feb. 10th, at the Stevens Hotel. The Stevens Hotel opened in 1927 and was, at the time, the largest hotel in the world. It later became the Conrad Hilton and then the Chicago Hilter.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Other Ephemera

Common Sense Magazine

"Independent magazine devoted to the interests of the American people". April 27, 1933. Part of a large collection of newspapers and other publications from the 1930s,40s,50s,60s.

Subject: Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Illinois_History; Reference; Regional; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Community Improvement Committee Report

Typed original report. Subject: Pullman and the Lincoln Family.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Illinois_History; Pullman_(General); Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Council adopts resolution by Adduci declaring Pullman be designated a city landmark

Newspaper article describing the landmarks resolution, and a brief history of Pullman.

Subject: Architecture; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Illinois_History; Organizations_--_Historic_Pullman_Foundation; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Pullman_Houses; Pullman_Labor_History; Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Crime & Clutter

A novel, written by Cyndy Salzmann, with a storyline based in Chicago around the time of the 1968 Democratic convention. A Friday Afternoon Club Mystery.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Croquet party

B/W photograph of three children with croquet gear, mounted in cardstock slip mat.

Subject: Chicago_History; General/Misc.; Historic_Reference; Pullman_People; Roseland_Community; Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Curtis & 112 Street, Looking South

Photo postcard of streetscape, homes and church in distance.

Subject: Architecture; Chicago_History; Roseland_Community; Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Postcard

Curtis Avenue & 112 Street, North

Streetscape showing homes.

Subject: Victorian_Era_-_general; Roseland_Community; Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Format: Postcard

Curtis Avenue & 112th Street, North

Photo postcard; streetscape looking north, with homes.

Subject: Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Roseland_Community; Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Postcard

Daughter-in-Law of Lincoln dies in capital at 90

Newspaper article describing the life of Mary Harlan Lincoln.

Subject: Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Illinois_History; Memorials; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Death At Hull House

261 page soft cover novel.

Subject: Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Doing the next thing

Article from Chicago Tribune on the Organic Theater to stage musical drama on Pullman strike.

Subject: Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman_Labor_History; Illinois_History; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

East 111th Street & Curtis Avenue

Photo postcard of streetscape, with pedestrian traffic. Lady in period attire, with parasol.

Subject: Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Roseland_Community; Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Postcard

Edgar Allen Poe School

Koopman photo of Edgar Allen Poe School, Pullman, IL. Front facade.

Subject: Victorian_Era_-_general; Pullman_Schools; Pullman_(General); Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Architecture; Format: Postcard

Emanuel basks in Obama's support during Chicago stop

Thank you page and article from the Journal Star in Peoria regarding the designation of the Pullman National Monument and President Obama's friendship with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Factory_Site; Illinois_History; Pullman_(General); Pullman_and_Afro-Americans; Pullman_Labor_History; Pullman_Landmark; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Fabulous Chicago

History of Chicago including chapter titled "From Pullman City to Hull House"

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Federal Funds To Help Complete Restoration

Article from the Calumet Index, March 3, 1971 describing restoration efforts in Pullman.

Subject: Architecture; Chicago_History; Factory_Site; General/Misc.; Greenstone_Church; Historic_Reference; Labor_History,_other; Market_Hall; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Pullman_(General); Pullman_Houses; Pullman_Labor_History; Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Fenger first team starts against Pullman

Article from unknown newspaper, describes lineup for upcoming football game, Thanksgiving 1940.

Subject: Chicago_History; Pullman_Schools; Sports; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Fire Department

Line of Chicago officers in front of station (at inspection?), Fall of 1948 - Note lettering removed over doors (See Photo prg138)

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Fire Department Band

Chicago Fire Department band marching, location unknown.

Subject: Chicago_History; Photography_-_Misc._vintage; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Fire Department Band

Large Chicago Fire Department band in industrial setting with two automobiles in background at right. American flags and other banners suggest a special celebration.

Subject: Photography_-_Misc._vintage; Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Fire Department Group Photo

10 firemen in front of firehouse, possibly 114th and Wabash (?)

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Fire Department Group Photo

Chicago firefighters in group portrait, note lettering above doors, pre 1948 (see photo prg140)

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Fire Department group photo

Larger group photo taken same day as prg 140. Note lettering removed over doors

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

First & Fastest

Quarterly publication by the Shore Line Interurban Historical Society.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Illinois_Central_Railroad; Illinois_History; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Foreign Books Show Shifts

Article describing the demographic shift shown by the languages of books borrowed from the Pullman branch library, which at the time had more languages represented than any other branch in the Chicago Public Library system.

Subject: Arcade_Library; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Pullman_People; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

From Slave To State Legislator John W.E. Thomas, Illinois' First African American Lawmaker

Biography of John W.E. Thomas. Book explains the dynamics of African American politics in post-Civil War Chicago.

Subject: Regional; Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Giants Gone, Men Who Made Chicago

Hardcover book, 354 pages, with index and chapter illustrations

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Grant Park and Illinois Central Depot

Color postcard showing Grant Park and IC Depot in Chicago. No. 650 printed on reverse.

Subject: Chicago_History; Illinois_Central_Railroad; Format: Postcard

Group Society Dinner

Photo of large group of men at formal dinner or meeting, unknown society.

Subject: Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Roseland_Community; Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Growing up With a City

226-page hardcover book, a recollection of growing up in Chicago. Author born in 1879

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Harper's University The Beginnings A History of The University of Chicago

Hardcover book, 410 pages, with index and photographs.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Historic Illinois 2008 Wall Calendar

Full color wall calendar produced by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency. Images include:Buffalo Grove Lime Kiln,Union Station (Springfield), Peoria City Hall, Greenville Public Library, Granada Theatre (Mt. Vernon), Denhart Bank Building, Lindblom Math and Science Academy, Butterworth Center, Pine Craig, Rockford Morning Star Building, Benjamin Stephenson House.

Subject: Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Illinois_History; Chicago_History; Architecture; Format: Printed Materials - Other

History of Chicago

Historical and commercial statistics, sketches, facts and figures, republished from the Daily Democratic Press. Also "What I Remember of Early Chicago; A Lecture, Delivered in McCormick's Hall, January 23, 1876.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

History of the Development of Building Construction In Chicago

Hardcover book, 388 pages, with photographs, illustrations and index.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Hold Hearings on Pullman Landmark Status

Photo with caption, published in the South End Reporter, 1972. Shows residents in attendance a the Greenstone Church.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Illinois_History; Historic_Reference; Greenstone_Church; Churches_-_Roseland,_Pullman; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Hotel Florence Furniture - Chair

Chair to first class writing desk. Incised line design on back, turned legs and stretchers, decorative back brackets. Leather seat.

Subject: Organizations_--_Historic_Pullman_Foundation; Hotel_Florence_History; Hotel_Florence_--_Interior; Chicago_History; Format: Furniture

Hotel Florence room key

Brass key to Room #14, with red plastic fob imprinted "Hotel Florence, 11111 Forrestville Ave., Chicago, Ill." and "Drop in any mailbox, we guarantee postage."

Subject: Chicago_History; Hotel_Florence_History; Format: Household Accessory

Hotel Florence, a National Landmark

Two articles from The Times, November 11, 1979, describing the Hotel FLorence.

Subject: Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Chicago_History; Hotel_Florence_--_Exterior; Hotel_Florence_--_Interior; Hotel_Florence_--_Post_1975; Hotel_Florence_History; Pullman_(General); Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

I & M Canal 150th Anniversary Guide 1848-1998

special advertising supplement to the Chicago Tribune, created by the Canal Corridor Association, on the Anniversary of the Canal.

Subject: Chicago_History; Regional; Illinois_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

I & M Canal Docent Training Book

Three-ring binder with classes and scope of training for guides along the I&M Canal. Produced by the Canal Corridor Association. 1999.

Subject: Regional; Illinois_History; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Illinois 100 Years Ago

Booklet with long article entitled Pullman: a Social Study - 1976

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

Illinois Central Railroad-Main Line of Mid-American Calendar

Wall calendar for 1994, produced by the Illinois Central Railroad. Railroad photograph by D. N. Horn.

Subject: Regional; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Illinois_History; Illinois_Central_Railroad; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Illinois Heritage

A publication of the Illinois State Historical Society. September-October 2006. Vol. 9. no. 5. "Centennial Awards 2006"

Subject: Regional; Reference; Illinois_History; Chicago_History; Architecture; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Illinois Historical Journal

Summer 1989 issue, Illinois State Historical Society

Subject: Regional; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Illinois Labor History Society Awards Dinner 2007

Program Booklet honoring the NEA's 150th year with Inductees Reg Weaver and Ella Flagg Young.

Subject: Chicago_History; Illinois_History; Labor_History,_other; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Illinois Labor History Society Awards Dinner Program

Booklet from Awards Dinner honoring inductees Reg Weaver and Ella Flagg Young. Held Friday, November 2, 2007 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Oakbrook, IL

Subject: Labor_History,_other; Illinois_History; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Illinois Labor History Society Program Booki

Booklet for the 2014 Union Hall of Honor Awards Dinner for the Illinois Labor History Society.

Subject: Chicago_History; Illinois_History; Labor_History,_other; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Illinois Labor History Society Union Hall of Honor Award Dinner

Booklet for the 2014 Union Hall of Honor Awards Dinner for the Illinois Labor History Society.

Subject: Labor_History,_other; Illinois_History; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Illinois Labor History Society Union Hall of Honor Awards Dinner

Program booklet for annual Awards Dinner, held on Friday, December 5, 2008. Honoring Leon Despres and Betty Balanoff.

Subject: Chicago_History; Illinois_History; Labor_History,_other; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Illinois Railway Museum Calendar 2006

Calendar issued by the Illinois Railway Museum in Union, Illinois, with special events schedule on back, instructions on travel to museum, hours, etc.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Illinois_History; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Illinois State Archives -

A boxed selection of documents from the Illinois State Archives, prepared for teachers, with teaching manual and document reproductions.

Subject: Illinois_History; Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Illinois State Archives - "Abraham Lincoln in Illinois"

A boxed selection of copies of historic documents from the Illinois State Archives, prepared for teachers.

Subject: Illinois_History; Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Illinois State Archives - "Early Chicago, 1833-1871"

A boxed selection of historic documents from City Council Proceedings Files, prepared for teachers, including a teachers manual and document reproductions.

Subject: Illinois_History; Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Illinois State Archives - "From The Ashes, 1872-1900"

A boxed selection of historic documents from the Proceedings Files of the Chicago City Council, prepared for teachers, including a teacher manual and document reproductions.

Subject: Illinois_History; Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Illinois State Archives - "Hard Times In Illinois 1930-1940"

A boxed selection of historic documents from the Illinois State Archives, prepared for teachers, with teaching manual and document reproductions.

Subject: Illinois_History; Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Interesting Things About Pullman Past and Present

Typed original. History of Admiral Byrd's Snow Cruiser.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; The_Snow_Cruiser; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Interesting Things About Pullman Past and Present

Series of articles written for the Pullman Flyer, dated January to December 1994. Includes draft and print copies, on topics including snow storm of 1967, Bill Scudella, Admiral Byrd's snow cruiser, Lake Calumet wetlands, Democratic National Convention of 1996, etc.

Subject: The_Snow_Cruiser; Pullman_People; Lake_Calumet; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Interesting Things About Pullman Past and Present

Series of articles written for the Pullman Flyer from 2005-2007, including anecdotal history of events and people in Pullman.

Subject: Architecture; Chicago_History; Factory_Site; Genealogy; General/Misc.; Historic_Reference; Illinois_History; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Pullman_(General); Pullman_-_Post_1975; Pullman_Abroad; Pullman_Bank; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Family; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman_People; Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Pullman_Town; Reference; Regional; Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Interesting Things About Pullman, Past and Present

Collection of essays. Topics include columns from Pullman Flyer, Roseland American Legion Post 49er, Daily Southtown and Roseland Pullman Sports Hall of Fame. 22 pages, plus 4 copies of cover page.

Subject: Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Kensington; Memorials; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Organizations_--_Pullman_Improvement_Association; Pullman_(General); Pullman_People; Roseland_Community; Sports; War_Memorial; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Interesting Things... 2000-2003

Series of essays and anecdotes relating to the social history of Pullman, for publication in the Pullman Flyer. Typed original and draft copies, some with photos and banner layout.

Subject: World_War_II; World_War_I; War_Memorial; Victorian_Era_-_general; The_Snow_Cruiser; Regional; Reference; Pullman_Water_Tower; Pullman_Train_Cars; Pullman_Town; Pullman_People; Pullman_Landscape_Design; Pullman_Labor_History; Pullman_Houses; Pullman_Family; Pullman_1998_Factory_Fire; Pullman_-_Post_1975; Pullman_(General); Organizations_--_Pullman_Improvement_Association; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Organizations_--_Other; Organizations_--_Historic_Pullman_Foundation; Memorials; Lake_Calumet; Labor_History,_other; Illinois_History; Hotel_Florence_History; Historic_Reference; General/Misc.; Factory_Site; Chicago_History; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Barrett,_Nathan_Franklin; Architecture; Arcade_Building; Administration_Building; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Jean Baptiste Pointe DeSable, Founder of Chicago

Biography of first settler in Chicago

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Jennie Curtis Strike Centennial Dance Tickets

Set of 5 yellow tickets for Jennie Curtis Strike Centennial Dance event on Saturday, July 23rd, 6:30 to 11:30 p.m.. Presented by the Pullman Civic Organization and held at 614 E. 113th St. Chicago. Donation was $5 per ticket. Ticket nos 100 to 105.

Subject: Chicago_History; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Pullman_Labor_History; Format: Printed Materials - Other

Jon Ton House

Photo of home of Jon Ton on the Calumet River, one mile east of Riverdale, 1856; handwritten note on reverse.

Subject: Victorian_Era_-_general; SCH_Waterways,_Calumet_River; Illinois_History; Historic_Reference; Chicago_History; Calumet_River_-_Calumet_Region; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Journal of Illinois History

Published 4 times a year by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency.

Subject: Chicago_History; Illinois_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society

Publication of the Illinois State Historical Society. Vo.95.No.2. Summer 2002

Subject: Regional; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Julia Newberry`s Diary

Printed version of a personal two year diary of a young Chicago girl who travels to Europe

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Just Add Water, Making the City of Chicago

Softcover, 181 pages, history of Chicago for children, with photographs and illustrations, bibliograthy and index. Includes Pullman history.

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

Kings of Fortune

Illustrated stoties of self-made men during the 19th century. Includes chapter on George Pullman. Fabric cover with gold embossing.

Subject: Chicago_History; Pullman_Family; Historic_Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Labor Day Celebration Booklet

Booklet for 2008 Labor Day events at the Pullman State Historic Site.

Subject: Illinois_History; Labor_History,_other; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Labor History Postcards (4)

Four postcards: Two postcards show views of the Haymarket Martyrs Monument by sculptor Albert Weinart in Forest Home Cemetery. One postcard shows a view of the Haymarket Memorial Sculpture by Mary Brogger in Haymarket Square in Chicago. The fourth postcard is a view of the Old Stone Gate at the Chicago Stock Yards.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Illinois_History; Labor_History,_other; Format: Postcard

Labor Supporters Pay Homage to Origins

Article in The Times about Labor Day event in Pullman, dated Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1994.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Pullman_Labor_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Lake Calumet marina canceled

Copy of a newspaper article from the Chicago Tribune Metro section about the Port District and the Park Districts plan for Lake Michigan.

Subject: Calumet_River_-_Calumet_Region; Chicago_History; Regional; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Letter from the Director of Columbian Museum of Chicago

Letter to George M. Pullman from J. G. Pangborn, director of the Museum of the World's Railway, Columbian Museum of Chicago, regarding the presentation of a silver Tiffany trophy to Chief Smith of the Dept. of Transportation, World's Columbian Exposition.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; 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

Lincoln Funeral Train on Illinois Central Railroad Breakwater, Chicago

Steam locomotive pulling at least six cars of Lincoln funeral train enroute to Chicago. Print of glass copy negative, possibley from Chicago Historical Society. If a "Pullman Car" was attached to the Lincoln funeral train, it would have been after this photo was taken. Pullman's Palace Car Company was not incorporated until 1869 though George Pullman was creating custom "Pullman Cars" at a variety of locations using other company's car shops. The Pullman/Lincoln funeral issue is still being debated.

Subject: Illinois_Central_Railroad; Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Lincoln Statue

Vintage image of Lincoln statue in Lincoln Park, Chicago.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Links to the Past

Article from the Chicago Tribune about the new development in the Prairie Avenue neighborhoood.

Subject: Pullman_Family; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Lost Chicago

Pictorial essays on lost Chicago architecture.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Man Who Wrote Poem for Drink is Dead in Dump

Describes life and death of Pullman resident Mike Braggazi.

Subject: Chicago_History; General/Misc.; Historic_Reference; Pullman_People; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Map of Lands Owned by Pullman Land Association and Pullman's Palace Car Co.

Map on coated linen showing lands owned by Pullman. Probably early 1880's. Stamped "Pullman Company Engineers Office. File No. 1, Drawing No. 66. Undated.

Subject: Chicago_History; Kensington; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Regional; Roseland_Community; Format: Map

Mary Stanley, 105, Pullman resident

Obituary for Pullman-born resident Mary Stanley. Born in 1884, died 1989.

Subject: Chicago_History; Pullman_People; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Mayor Daley's Municipal All Stars

Page from (City of Chicago?) Monthly Bulletin, November 1957, showing Mayor Daley giving trophy to winning Chicago softball team.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Medicine in Chicago 1850 to 1950

History of medicine in Chicago in a social and political setting

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Meet Thursday on Pullman as City Landmark

Article from the Sunday, July 30, 1972 South End Reporter. Describes plans to discuss Pullman's city landmark designation. Sidebar entitled "Why Pullman decided to build city here" describes early history of Pullman.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; General/Misc.; Greenstone_Church; Historic_Reference; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Pullman_(General); Pullman_Town; Regional; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Memorial parkway to be dedicated Sunday afternoon

Newspaper article describes dedication of War Memorial monument and trees at Pullman School.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; War_Memorial; World_War_II; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Memorial Parkway Will Be Dedicated To Pullman Heroes

Article from March 29,1950 South End Reporter describing the War Memorial installation at the Geo. Pullman School.

Subject: Chicago_History; Memorials; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Pullman_Schools; War_Memorial; World_War_II; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Monument to city's industrial past

One of a series of articles in this issue of Calumet Heritage about Chicago's steel industry and the attempted rescue of the Acme Steel Co. Chicago Coke Plant at 11236 S. Torrence Ave.

Subject: Acme_Steel; CHP_Industry_-_ACME_Steel_Coke_Plant; CHP_Industry_-_ACME_Steel_General; Calumet_River_-_Calumet_Region; Chicago_History; Industry,_other; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Mrs. Potter Palmer's Residence

Vintage postcard showing the original Potter Palmer mansion on Chicago's North Side.

Subject: Architecture; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Other

National Railway Historical Society Newsletter

The Pioneer. Newsletter. Fall, 2006. Vo. 20, no. 4. "Pioneer Days---Railroad Weekend" - Chicago Historical Museum., etc.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Pullman_Train_Cars; Pullman_Rail_Travel; Illinois_History; Illinois_Central_Railroad; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Noblesse Oblige, Charity & Cultural Philanthropy in Chicago 1849-1929

Hardcover book,230 pages, with index, and bookcover over dust jacket.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Old Chicago Houses

518-page, hardcover book, with index and photographs.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Old Gorgon Graham More Letters From a Self-Made Merchant to His Son

Hardcover book, 308 pages, non-fiction, with illustrations, set in the Chicago Stock Yards.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Olde Pullman may soon become landmark

Newspaper article describing upcoming hearing on landmark designation.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Illinois_History; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

On Stage Dance Studio Presents "Star Time 64"

Program for performances by students of the On Stage Dance Studio, held at Fenger High School, Friday, June 19, 1964.

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

Our Community

Color booklet commemorating the 75th Anniversary of Pullman Trust and Savings Bank, Vol.1, No. 3, Spring 1958.

Subject: Catalogs/Reprints; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Pullman_Bank; Regional; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Personal note from Mrs. C. Phillip Miller

Hand-written personal note from Mrs. C. Phillip Miller, granddaughter of Geo. Pullman, regarding death of her sister, Harriet Madlener. Includes photocopy of obituary.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Pullman_Family; Format: Handwritten (invitations, notes, etc.)

Photo album

Red with gold border, labeled "Pullman" with address label. 3-ring binder type photo album with 32 pages of photographs, and 21 additional unmounted images. Historical images are reproductions or photocopies; some images are mid-20th century.

Subject: Chicago_History; General/Misc.; Historic_Reference; Illinois_History; Organizations_--_Other; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Organizations_--_Pullman_Improvement_Association; Photography_-_Misc._vintage; Pullman_(General); Pullman_People; Pullman_Town; Reference; Regional; Roseland_Community; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Photo Album

Photo album with note by Paul Petraitis "photos by Dr. Was of Roseland, (office SW corner of 111th & Michigan. Views of Oostburg [Wisconsin] and Chicago". Album is cloth-bound, black, with black paper pages. Contains twenty-five (25) photos.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Photography_-_Misc._vintage; Regional; Roseland_Community; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Picturesque Chicago

Book with engraving plates showing Chicago in the late nineteenth century.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Pioneer Life and A Study of Chicago

Softcover 4th-grade text book, 208 pages, with study lessons, "things to do", and illustrations.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Poker chips, Hotel Florence

Two (2) plastic poker chips, one red and one yellow, imprinted with Hotel Florence logo.

Subject: Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Hotel_Florence_History; Format: Recreational Artifact

Polar Philately: Byrd Antarctic Ventures

Describes issue of commemorative postal stamp and Admiral Byrd's four Antarctic expeditions.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Illinois_History; Pullman_Labor_History; The_Snow_Cruiser; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Policemen - 19th Century

Copy of an image of a group of policemen, possibly from Roseland, posing for a formal portrait outside in front of two buildings.

Subject: Chicago_History; Roseland_Community; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Portland Avenue

Photo postcard by Koopman, view of 111 Street east of Portland Avenue, streetscape of homes in Roseland.

Subject: Chicago_History; Historic_Reference; Roseland_Community; Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Postcard

Postcards from Pullman: An Uncertain Dream

The third book in the series "Postcards from Pullman" by Judith Miller. Relates the story of Olivia Mott, a young English women who travels to Chicago and works for the Pullman Company.

Subject: Chicago_History; Hotel_Florence_History; Illinois_History; Pullman_Labor_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Prairie Avenue

Hardcover novel, 308 pages, about the wealthy who lived on Prairie Avenue in Chicago in the late 19th and early 20th century.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Prairie Avenue Cook Book

Hardcover book, 211 pages, with dust cover, color photo on cover, black and white photos inside. Recipes and recollections from prominent 19th-century Chicago families.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Prairie Avenue Mansions

Copy from an unknown publication showing Prairie Avenue residences, including George Pullman's home.

Subject: Pullman_Family; Chicago_History; Architecture; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Preserving Pullman-Historic District Becomes Illinois' First National Monument

Article in DePaul Magazine talks about the history of Pullman and it's new status as Pullman National Monument. Several Pullman residents (DePaul Professors and Alumni) are interviewed.

Subject: ; Chicago_History; Factory_Site; Pullman_(General); Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Preserving the Past: Exploring the Prairie Avenue and Pullman historic districts

Article in Where Chicago magazine.

Subject: Pullman_(General); Hotel_Florence_History; Hotel_Florence_--_Post_1975; Hotel_Florence_--_Exterior; Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

Preserving the Past::Exploring the Prairie Avenue and Pullman historic districts

Article about the history of Prairie Avenue and Pullman and the tour about both areas run by Glessner House Museum.

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

Pullman and his 'perfect' town

Newspaper article describing George M. Pullman's social experiment with the town of Pullman.

Subject: Chicago_History; Churches_-_Roseland,_Pullman; Historic_Reference; Illinois_History; Lake_Calumet; Pullman_Houses; Pullman_Labor_History; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman_Town; Pullman_Workers; The_Stables; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Pullman Area Near Landmark Status

Newspaper article clipped from Chicago Tribune, written by Stan Ziembe, January 1, 1970.

Subject: ; Architecture; Barrett,_Nathan_Franklin; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Chicago_History; Factory_Site; General/Misc.; Greenstone_Church; Historic_Reference; Hotel_Florence_History; Illinois_History; Labor_History,_other; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Pullman_(General); Pullman_Company; Pullman_Houses; Pullman_Labor_History; Pullman_Town; Reference; Regional; Format: Printed Materials -- Periodicals

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