THE PULLMAN STATE HISTORIC SITE

Format Building Component

Door Hardware

Pair of doorknobs and hardware and five door plates. Eastlake in style, taken from his Pullman house.

Subject: Pullman_Houses; Format: Building Component

Fence Post Top

Metal fence post top from Pullman Factory circa 1950s.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Format: Building Component

Foundry Die

Foundry die with shaped wooden profiles, 2-sided. Two small holes at left and right top, large hole in center of top and bottom.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Format: Building Component

Iron Artifact

Unknown artifcat removed from a trench at the Administration Building

Subject: Administration_Building; Format: Building Component

Iron nail

Hand-forged construction nail found in the Hotel Florence.

Subject: Architecture; Historic_Reference; Format: Building Component

Nail

Handmade nail, found in Hotel Florence.

Subject: Hotel_Florence_--_Interior; Format: Building Component

Pullman Brick

Clay brick used in building of Pullman house, of a clay type known as Chicago Common. Incised or stamped with Pullman. Found when excavating foundation of his Pullman house.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Format: Building Component

Pullman Hinge and Lock Pieces

19th century Eastlake design hinge and lock pieces from Pullman building.

Subject: Historic_Reference; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Pullman_Houses; Format: Building Component

THE PULLMAN STATE HISTORIC SITE

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