THE PULLMAN STATE HISTORIC SITE

Format Handwritten (invitations, notes, etc.)

Administration Building, Field Notes

Field Notes of Charles E. Gregersen, from 1971 and 1973, site dimensions and reconstructed details. Compiled 12/6/98, handwritten, 57 pages.

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

Agreement between Pullman Southern Car Co and Atlantic, Mississippi & Ohio R.R. Co.

4 page handwritten contract re: Pullman Sleeping Car operations. Executed May 01, 1877

Subject: ; Pullman_Company; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Handwritten (invitations, notes, etc.)

Agreement between Pullman Southern Car Co and Atlantic, Mississippi & Ohio R.R. Co.

4 page handwritten contract re: Pullman Sleeping Car operations. Executed May 01, 1877

Subject: ; Pullman_Company; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Handwritten (invitations, notes, etc.)

Business Letter

Letter, September 2, 1915, written to McLachlan Bulding Company, 11201 Cottage Grove Avenue, in the Stables building.

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

Florence Lowden Miller Handwritten Note

Handwritten note from Florence Lowden Miller, granddaughter of George Pullman at the time of her sister, Harriet Madlener in 1987.

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

Hotel Florence "Thoughts on the Hotel Flo"

Typed transcript of handwritten account of resident Paul Petraitis' introduction to the Hotel as a child and later, as well as list of his Pullman photography items. Handwritten copy in file.

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

Letter from Architect John Langley Mayer

Letter left upon visit to factory site in 1993, found after the 1998 fire, in a protected area.

Subject: Pullman_(General); Format: Handwritten (invitations, notes, etc.)

List

Hand-written list, on notebook paper (year unknown). Thirteen names.

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

Meeting of Exec. Committee of The Union Palace Car Company

Handwritten minutes of committee meeting.

Subject: Historic_Reference; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Handwritten (invitations, notes, etc.)

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.)

place card

Place card, "Bernice Jensen, 1214" also signed by "FWSchachk".

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

Pullman Views

Composite of several view of Pullman, c1890. Lithographs from photographs, left to right: Allen Wheel Works, erecting shops, Water Tower, original Market hall. Arcase interior and exterior, and a 180-degree panorama of Pullman from atop the Arcade Building.

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

Sympathy appreciation card

Printed note of appreciation for sympathy (unknown death), from Mrs. C. Phillip Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lowden Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pullman Miller. Hand-addressed envelope.

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

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