THE PULLMAN STATE HISTORIC SITE

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10700 block of Cottage Grove

"The arch" block of North Pullman, street appears to be torn up due to construction

Subject: Pullman_Views; Pullman_Town; Format: Photograph (all forms)

11100 and St. Lawrence

c1885. View east along 111th from across Water (sic) Street (Watt), now St. Lawrence. Note open space where Annex would later be built and original porch on house on right side of the photograph. Executive houses are seen looking east, as is portion of the train station.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Pullman_Houses; Format: Photograph (all forms)

11100 Block Champlain

East side of 11100 block of Champlain Avenue, c1883. Left half of a pair of photographs looking south from 111th probably by T. S. Johnson 1883-1885. Image shows houses and the original Market Hall.

Subject: Pullman_Views; Format: Photograph (all forms)

11100 Block of Champlain Avenue

c1885. View SSW showing, left to right, Pullman Market Hall, horse drawn wagon, residential units, ornate Pullman fence.

Subject: Pullman_Views; Format: Photograph (all forms)

11107 Watt Avenue

Subject: Pullman_Houses; Format: Photograph (all forms)

111th And Cottage Grove

Subject: Pullman_Views; Pullman_Town; Format: Photograph (all forms)

111th from east from St. Lawrence

Photo of postcard that lists Florence E. of Watt Chicago, ILL and also "Pullman". May say "1913".

Subject: Pullman_Views; Pullman_Town; Format: Photograph (all forms)

111th Street 60 Years Ago

Photograph copy of newspaper clipping, possibly from 1949. in 1889 handwritten on clipping. Refers to Dalenberg home as recently razed was at 134 E. 111th. St.

Subject: Roseland_Community; Format: Photograph (all forms)

111th Street View

Looking east on 111th Street toward Champlain Avneue, 1918, showing executive housing on Florence Boulevard, now 111th Street. Notice little shack on SW corner of 111th and Champlain where sandwiches were sold to Pullman workers on lunch break.

Subject: Pullman_Views; Format: Photograph (all forms)

11208-11210 S. St. Lawrence Ave.

Joseph Guest emmigrated from Dublin, Ireland in 1910 and moved to Pullman. He worked as a chef and manager of the Pullman Executives Club on 111th Street and lived in the carriage house (no longer in existence) behind the club. He purchased the house to the right of this image in 1912 and built the bakery/grocery store in 1916. Man in front of the building is Mr. Guest. View of bakery with delivery truck parked in front. This non-Beman building was built in the backyard of corner house, later a boat shop, and later (1947-1980), Bob`s Sugar Bowl, a soda fountain.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Format: Photograph (all forms)

11213 St. Lawrence Avenue

c1980. Former Pullman Hospital (1882-1925) with second porch which was built c1920. Porch shown was demolished shortly after this photo was taken. Roof and tower restored 2005.

Subject: Pullman_Houses; Format: Photograph (all forms)

11213 St. Lawrence Avenue

Wide-angle shot of part of east side of St. Lawrence before demolition of large porch. Original Smaller porch replaced about 1910.

Subject: Pullman_Houses; Pullman_Hospital; Format: Photograph (all forms)

11217 Watt Avenue

Pullman Hospital

Subject: Pullman_Hospital; Format: Photograph (all forms)

112th & Watt Street

View south from Watt Avenue (St. Lawrence) at 112h Street. From Koopman's "postcard period" 1890-1905. One of the only known view of the west side of the 11200 block of St. Lawrence. Note "carriage rock" at corners on 112th Street.

Subject: Pullman_Views; Pullman_Houses; Format: Photograph (all forms)

112th Street West of Market Hall

View looking west down 112th steet from 3rd floor of Market Hall, c1900. Elim Church is visible in background to the left of the Greenstone. It had not yet been moved to make way for Palmer Park. Arcade building visible on the right, as is new greystone house.

Subject: Pullman_Views; Format: Photograph (all forms)

1883 Views

View looking east toward Lake Calumet showing, left to right, steam dredges completing Athletic Island, Langley Avenue, block houses, original Market Hall, fenced-in yard behind Greenstone church, surveyor in the middle of St. Lawrence Avenue.

Subject: Pullman_Views; Format: Photograph (all forms)

300 Block of Pullman Avenue

Sepia tone copy of Post card of Pullman Avenue, looking south from 113th Street. Now known as Cottage Grove Avenue. c. 1893

Subject: Pullman_Houses; Format: Photograph (all forms)

623 E. 111th Street

Early images of 623 E. 111th St. when Dr. McLean had a surgery and recovery room in the building. The octagonal space built onto the rear was the surgery.

Subject: ; Pullman_Town; Format: Photograph (all forms)

623 E. 111th Street

Early images of 623 E. 111th St. when Dr. McLean had a surgery and recovery room in the building. The octagonal space built onto the rear was the surgery.

Subject: ; Pullman_Town; Format: Photograph (all forms)

647 E. 111th Street

East wall of building at 647 E. 111th Street, showing original fence and tennis court.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Format: Photograph (all forms)

647 E. 111th Street

View of original cricket field next to 647 E. 111th St. - 1910

Subject: Pullman_Houses; Format: Photograph (all forms)

A Century of Pullman Cars

Volume One, Alphabetical List, No. 282. Photocopy of 12-page article with photographs and illustrations. Full record available for viewing at the Bertha Ludlum Reading Room at the Hotel Florence.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Bldg

North Elevation, North FactoryWest Elevation. Black and white photograph, Post fire/pre-rebuild.

Subject: Factory_Site; Pullman_1998_Factory_Fire; Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

View of Chocktour about 1915. Note watchman at door, US Mail post box by street

Subject: Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

Wide-angle view of Administration Building and factory buildings, showing landscaping and Lake Vista.

Subject: Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

Showing the newly graded Cottage grove, picture was taken after Lake Visa was filled in (1903) but before South wing was demolished.

Subject: Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

Administration Building with parking area. 1940s

Subject: Administration_Building; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

Classic view of the Administration Building with "Pullman" on the banks of Lake Vista. Note carriage and Water wagon. This photo used by project archetects to detail reconstruction of clock tower in 2005.

Subject: Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

Employee parking in front of north wing. Note South wing enlargment. Mid 1940s

Subject: Factory_Site; Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

Photograph copy from disc of Clock Tower at time of conversion into warehouse by Kasle Steel Corp. Undated.

Subject: Factory_Site; Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

Wide-angle view of entire Administration Building, possibly by Wylie Dennison.

Subject: Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

Best clear view of Lake Vista with reflection of the Administration Building. Allen Wheel Works and North Pullman in left distance.

Subject: Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

View looking South

Subject: Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

View of the Administration Building and Lake Vista. Horse and buggy in view driving down the path. 1890.

Subject: Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

Clock Tower and with view of south wing enlarged to accomodate manufacturing larger train cars

Subject: Administration_Building; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

View from Florence Ave (111th) across Lake Vista. Note Pullman name spelled out on bank. ca 1890

Subject: Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building

Aerial view of Administration Building, early 1970s.

Subject: Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building (South Elevation)

Black and white photograph of post fire/ pre-rebuild Administration Building.

Subject: Factory_Site; Pullman_1998_Factory_Fire; Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building - Clocktower Raising

A collection of 90 color images on 3 discs chronicling the raising of the clocktower on Oct. 19, 2005

Subject: Administration_Building; Pullman_1998_Factory_Fire; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building and Lake Vista

View from south showing additional landscaping

Subject: Factory_Site; Pullman_Landscape_Design; Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building and Lake Vista

View showing completed landscaping with name "Pullman" in flowers.

Subject: Administration_Building; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building and Lake Vista

Looking North at the Administration Building with Allen Wheel Works and North Pullman in the distance.

Subject: Factory_Site; Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building and Lake Vista

View from north showing two young girls on road by Lake.

Subject: Administration_Building; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building and Lake Vista

Closeup of Admin. Bldg and Lake Vista

Subject: Administration_Building; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building and Lake Vista

Sepia tone photographs (1 8x10 and 1 5x7 showing the Pullman factory and administration sections and part of Lake Vista as newly erected. (2)

Subject: Administration_Building; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building North Wing

Early view of north wing, Lake Vista in foreground, clocktower on the right.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Administration Building Triptych

Photos of building in 1910, 1990, 1998 after the fire.

Subject: Factory_Site; Pullman_1998_Factory_Fire; Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Admiral Byrd's Snow Cruiser

Outside Pullman factory, 1939.

Subject: The_Snow_Cruiser; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Admiring Nature's Wonders

Koopman stereocard "Admiring Nature's Wonders".

Subject: Koopman,_Henry_Ralph_and_family; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Aircraft Division

Image of Ellie Lee Aston, employee with the Pullman Aircraft Division, standing in the office. Another female employee in the background. The old Packard Auto Body Shop at 104th and Maryland did duty as an aircraft parts factory for a time. Perhaps this is that location.

Subject: World_War_II; Pullman-Standard_Aircraft_Division; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Aircraft Division - Douglas Aircraft meeting

Men congratulating man in uniform (probably WWII from poster behind) with Douglas Logo patch and metal pin with "Douglas Aircraft" "Santa Monica". Pin with the numbers "162" on top and "36" under it. Man to his right wears similar pin with "280" and his name "A. M. Meyer" Man to his right wears one with "56" on top and "20" under it. To the left of the man in uniform a man wears another "280" with is name (not legible), next to him the man in the striped t-shirt wears a button with "131" on top and "23" under it. Two men to his left have a pin with "5" on top and "151" under it. None of the smaller buttons are legible.

Subject: World_War_II; Pullman-Standard_Aircraft_Division; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Aircraft Division Employees

Several men working on undercarriage of aircraft. Stamped on the back of photo "No Objection to Publication on Grounds of Military Security, 8 Sep 1944, War Department, Bureau of Public Relations"

Subject: Pullman-Standard_Aircraft_Division; World_War_II; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Aircraft Division Employees

Group of employees, men and women, in "class photo" style pose outside of factory. Dated July 10, 1945

Subject: World_War_II; Pullman-Standard_Aircraft_Division; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Aircraft Division Meeting

Officers of the Pullman Standard Aircraft Union. They are, from left to right, Jack Cussen, secretary; Ed Dooley, vice president; Tom Blair, treasurer; Emery Kovacs, president; Carl Redmond, sergeant at arms. These officials were elected to represnet labor in conference with management, to assist workers in settling their own problems, and to carry on the organization that labor has formed. This image appeared in the Pullman-Standard Aircrafter employee newspaper April 16, 1943.

Subject: World_War_II; Pullman-Standard_Aircraft_Division; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Aircraft Division Worker

Woman worker standing in front of a press and gauge.

Subject: World_War_II; Pullman-Standard_Aircraft_Division; Format: Photograph (all forms)

All Intersted! In What?

HR Koopman stereocard entitled "All Interested? In What? showing a large group of adults and children in a wooded park setting. Sign on the building reads "Assembly Hall". Perhaps a religous event?

Subject: Koopman,_Henry_Ralph_and_family; Format: Photograph (all forms)

All on Board

Black and white HR Koopman stereocard showing a train with passenger and baggage cars sitting at a station. Passengers are on the train and conductors standing outside.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Koopman,_Henry_Ralph_and_family; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Allen Paper Car Wheel Building

Ca 1890 George Pullman's only business partner at the factory site relocated from Ohio to anchor a proposed industrial park. Allen "Paper Wheels" were part of the smooth ride important to the stature of the Palace Cars. G. Pullman allowed the Allen Company to own it's land (not offered to anyone else) including two executive houses, one of which still stands.

Subject: Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Allen Paper Car Wheel Works

Negative of Wheel Works with Executive Housing on left border. 108th Street in that area was know locally as the Allen Block or "allenbach"

Subject: Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

American College of Surgeons Certificate for The Pullman Company

Scanned copies of certificate approving the medical service of The Pullman Company. Undated. One framed, one scanned and enlarged. Original has a seal stamp not readable on copies.

Subject: ; Pullman_Company; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building

B/W photograph of Arcade Building, north facade.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building

Mid 1880's view looking southeast of Pullman Park, the arcade building and the Greenstone Church.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building

Before fire escapes were added to the facade. Automobile and Horse drawn wagon in front. Some park landscaping still intact. Bottom corner has "p.1870" etched in it Ca 1910-20?

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building

Stereoscope card of the Arcade Building in Pullman, attributed to T. S. Johnson, Pullman photographer. Early 1880s view as plantings are very small. Looking south view with corner of Hotel Florence on left and Stables building in background.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building

Last days of the arcade building, with horse-drawn delivery wagon, post office and Hoekstra Drug store. Car at bottom left. Note addition of fire excape to exterior. Building torn down late 1920's

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building

View of Arcade Building looking Northeast toward water tower in distance. Printed from 8x10 copy negative of original print.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building

Arcade Building with factory buildings in the distance.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building

This is one of the best photographs of this major Pullman Building, showing the western facade and winding Pullman drive in the foreground.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building Detail

Color photograph of J. W. Taylor black and white photo of east side of Arcade Building. Original J. W. Taylor image at Art Institute, Chicago

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building Ground Floor Plan, Sheet #1A

Architectural drawing, blueprint of Arcade Building (1882-1927) at 112th and Forrestville Avenue, copied by Paul Petratis, Chicago Historical Society photographer, showing portions to remain and portions to be removed. Noted on blueprint "Arcade Pullman Company Job 297, Sheet no. 1A. Original scaled 1/8 foot = 1 foot.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building Interior

Drawing of interior of the glass-ceilinged atrium shopping area of the Arcade. The building also housed a post office, library and 1000-seat theatre.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building Interior

Interior at second-floor level of the Arcade. Shown is the glass-atrium shopping area.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building Interior

Signs for "Millinery and Dressmaking" and "Agency for Tansills Punch" and metal boot sign.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building Interior

Shops 24 and 26, Real Estate Insurance, sign with "To the people of Pullman, Roseland and Kensington, Save time and car fare by buying your goods at Arcade Mercantile Co. At Lowest Chicago Prices.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building Interior Theatre

Morrish Interior of theatre. Orriginal print had to be "flipped" before the copy was made. Sharkespere text from Hamlet (Act 3, Scene 2)"To hold, as it were, the mirror up to Nature" See this website under "The Town" for more information on the theatre.

Subject: Arcade_Theatre; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building Second Floor

Architectural drawing of second floor plan showing layout extant in November 1923, four years before demolition. Notes on removal of walls, stage of Pullman Theatre, balconies.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building Theatre Interior

Photograph copy of one side of the interior of the 1,000 seat theatre originally in the Pullman Arcade Building. Black and white. Original in the Collection of the Newberry Library. No reproduction rights.

Subject: Arcade_Theatre; Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Building Third Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan and Roof Sheet #3A. Architectural drawing, blueprint of Arcade Building (1882-1927) at 112th and Forrestville Avenue, Arcade Pullman Company, job 297, Sheet #3A.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Interior Library

Page with photograph of Arcade library interior, taken from Pullman: The City of Brick. 1893.

Subject: Arcade_Library; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Library Interior

1882

Subject: Arcade_Library; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Library Interior

Note the HH Hawley Stencls near the ceiling. The library contained more than 6,000 volumes, most being George Pullman's personal donation. Library cards cost $3.00 a year for adults and $1.00 a year for children. The library was housed in four elegant rooms in the NE corner of the second floor. These rooms had stained glass windows, chandeliers, Wilton carpets and upholstered furniture which gave the rooms the feel of a gentlemen's club. There was also an austere fifth reading room that was furnished plainly and had a separate entrance. This was for factory workers who might not feel comfortable in the other rooms. Evening classes for adults were held here and included classes in stenography, art, language, and literature. Bertha Ludlam, cousin of George M. was the librarian.

Subject: Arcade_Library; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Looking East

[1893]

Subject: Pullman_Views; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Park

View looking north toward Hotel Florence. c1893.

Subject: Arcade_Park; Hotel_Florence_--_Exterior; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Park

[1893]

Subject: Arcade_Park; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Park

View looking North 1898 toward Hotel Florence, with formal beds and naturalistic landscape.

Subject: Arcade_Park; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Park

View from 2nd floor Arcade building. Park with Hotel Florence, firehouse and water tower in the background. Loooking north. Men on scafford on water tower in the distance, workmen and chairs on Hotel veranda.

Subject: Arcade_Park; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Park

Looking southeast from Arcade Park, late 1880's. Top of original Market Hall, which burned down in 1892, is visible.

Subject: Arcade_Park; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Park

[1895]

Subject: Arcade_Park; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Park 1887

View across park to church, with bandstand in park.

Subject: Arcade_Park; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Park 1898

View across park to church, with no bandstand and center flower beds, more formal landscaping.

Subject: Arcade_Park; Pullman_Views; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Park and Greenstone Church

Arcade Park with houses and Greenstone Church in the background. This photo, copied by Shutan Camera in 1968, is the only view of the portable Pullman Bandstand. It was stored in the Arcade when not in use.

Subject: Greenstone_Church; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Row House

c1910. East-most Arcade Row residence, once occupied by Chicago Mayor Hopkins during 1894 strike.

Subject: Pullman_Views; Pullman_Houses; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Arcade Row Houses

4x5 copy negative of T. S. Johnson gravure showing three story residental towhhouses on 112th Street. View SE towards Greenstone Church

Subject: Pullman_Houses; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Artic Explorer

22 black & white photographs of the building of the Pullman Artic Explorer taken by James P. Van Vorst, 7-3/4 x 9-3/4. Paper mounted on linen, water damaged. August-October 1939.

Subject: ; Historic_Reference; The_Snow_Cruiser; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Artilery Procession on Michigan Avenue

Black and white photograph of artilery procession down Michigan Avenue with American flag in foreground

Subject: Pullman_(General); Format: Photograph (all forms)

Automobile Ride Down Florence Boulevard

Four people driving in a car on Florence Boulevard (111th Street). Gates and factory in the background. Vehicle c1908.

Subject: Pullman_Views; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage Car

2 copies of photograph of Pullman railroad car, unidentified, location unknown, c. 1925.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car and chair car Interiors. Lot 3823.

Three baggage car and chair car interior views. Plan numbers P13175, P13177, and P13179.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car and mail car interior views. Lot 3887.

Three views of baggage car and mail car interiors. Plan numbers P13576, P13577, and P13578.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car and parlor car interiors. Lot 3985.

Four baggage car and parlor interior views. Plan numbers P14911, P14912, P14913, and P14914.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car and parlor interior views. Lot 3920.

Five baggage car and parlor car interior views. Plan numbers P14108, P14109, P14110, P14111 and P14112. Clearly a "Jim Crow" car, as "Colored" and "White" signs are evident for different sides of the car.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car exterior and interior views. Lot 3886.

Two views of baggage car exterior and interior. Liveried as "Kanawha & Michigan Baggage 250". Plan numbers P13572 and P13573.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior and exterior views. Lot 4016.

Three Baggage car interior and exterior views. Pullman negative numbers P15218, P15219 and P15220.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior view. Lot 3870.

One Baggage car interior view. Pullman negative number PP13507.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior view. Lot 4909.

Interior view of baggage car. Markings of "F.E.C." and "488" on bulkhead. Plan number P29620.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior views. Lot 3379.

Two Baggage car interior views. Pullman negative numbers P9080 and P9082.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior views. Lot 3597.

Two baggage car interior views. Plan numbers P10465 and P10466.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior views. Lot 3754.

One Baggage car interior views. Pullman negative number P12714.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior views. Lot 3755.

Three Baggage car interior views. Pullman negative numbers P12544, P12546 and P12547.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior views. Lot 3761.

Two interior views of a baggage car. The number "1250" can be seen on the wall. Plan numbers P12532 and P12533.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior views. Lot 3896.

Two Baggage car interior views. Pullman negative numbers P13984 and P13985.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior views. Lot 3919.

Two baggage car interior views. Plan numbers P14184 and P14185.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior views. Lot 3925.

Two baggage car interior views. Plan numbers P14196 and P14197.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior views. Lot 4790.

Four Baggage car interior views. Plan numbers P28114, P28115, P28116, and P28117. Some staining and dirt on some photographs.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interior. Lot 3797.

Two views of baggage car interiors. Plan numbers P12683 and P12684.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interiors. Lot 3830.

Two baggage car interior views. Plan numbers P13272 and P13273.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interiors. Lot 3834.

Two views of Baggage car interiors. Plan numbers P12768 and P12769.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Baggage car interiors. Lot 3984.

Two baggage car interior views. Plan numbers P14907, and P14908.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Barrett - Nathan Barrett

Black and white photo of Pullman's landscape designer.

Subject: Barrett,_Nathan_Franklin; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Base Ball Grouna's

Stereocard showing people on a train platform and in adjacent wooded park.

Subject: Koopman,_Henry_Ralph_and_family; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - Alice N. Tomlinson Residence, 1904

Color photograph of Tomlinson residence at 5317 S. University, Chicago. The stone and marble facade of this home features stone brackets along the unusual gambrel roofline, with double bays on the first and second floors surrounded with a stone balcony. The tile roofs of the second floor bays hint that the original main roof was probably also tiles. The delicate carved tops of the porch marble columns is overwhelmed by the massive scale of the rest of the building. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - Crab Tree Dairy Farm, 1911

Color photograph by Paul Petraitis. This ten building complex at 1 Sheridan Road, Lake Bluff, Illinois, was originally built for Mrs. Scott Durand. The dairy's main building features a clock tower, with wings on either side, fronting a reflecting pool. The dairy architecture evokes Germany or Scandinavia. This was Beman's last grouping of buildings. Today restored and housing a world-class collection of American and British Arts and Crafts artifacts. "Solon S. Beman:Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - David O. Strong Residence, 1888

Color photograph of Strong residence located at 1019 E. 48th Street, Chicago.This gray stucco house shows many attributes of Queen Anne design, including the asymmetrical entrance porch, 2-story bay, deep eaves with brackets and the deep row of windows in the 3rd floor roofline peak. It may have originally been a brick house with the addition of stucco now covering other period details. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - Dr. John C. Cook Residence, 1884

Color photograph of Cook residence at 5708 S. Harper, Chicago. This now shingled home, showing many Queen Anne style details with its arched porch opening, complex roofline, and eyebrow window, also features the multi-paned window detail found in many Pullman houses. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - Edward H. Turner Residence, 1888

Color photograph of Turner residence at 4935 S. Greenwood, Chicago. This simple brick and stone house evokes the Queen Anne style with its large front 2-story turreted tower, round porch, colonnaded classical entrance, and bracketed eaves. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - Elim Luthern Church, 1888

Color photograph of Elim Luthern Church, now known as Reformation Luthern Church, located at 11310 S. Forest Avenue, Chicago. In 1935, the original wood exterior was covered in brick and stone and the lower section was expanded for new Sunday School rooms, changing its appearance to what we see today. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Palmer_Park; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - F. M. Reynolds Residence, 1884

Color photograph showing the Queen Anne clapboard house at 5759 S. Harper, Chicago. The house retains many of its original details, including original windows, brackets, porch details such as cut-outs and spindles, and side-lights around its unusual front door, providing a charming house in what was originally a rural setting. The house is now painted white with red and grey trim. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - Fifth Church of Christ Scientist, 1904

Color photograph by Linda Beierle Bullen, of Fifth Church of Christ Scientist at 4840 S. Dorchester, Chicago. Now known as Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, this building conveys majesty and scale. Though it has no pedimented focal point, the pedimented and pilastered double entrances, with a colonnated front porch, provide symmetry to an impressive facade. The original cast iron lighting fixtures remain. Fenced off and looking abandoned, the future of this Beman building seems uncertain. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - First Church of Christ Scientist, 1897

Color photograph by Linda Beierle Bullen, showing First Church of Christ Scientist, 1897 at 4017 S. Drexel Boulevard, Chicago. Now known as Grant Memorial AME Church, Beman modeled this first of many Christian Scientist Churches on the Erechtheion on the Acropolis in Athens and his Classical Greek style set a pattern for later churches. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - First Methodist Evangelical Church, 1887

Color photograph showing 1887 church, now known as United Methodist Church of Batavia, at 8 N. Batavia Avenue, Batavia. This early church shows Beman's affinity with east coast architects such as Richard Upjohn (whose studio he trained in) and H. H. Richardson. It's rusticated stone, bold arches, tower, round bays, and stacked roofline create a picturesque building in a style very different from Elim Luthern Church built only one year later. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church 1890

Color photograph of Holy Rosary showing rusticated limestone high foundation with red brick facade. Corner tower dominates the facade. Built on what was originally Pullman Company land for company employees, Holy Rosary todaty serves a diverse community including many descendents of Pullman employees.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - John A. Jackman, Jr. Double Residence, 1884

Color photograph of double house at 5832-5834 S. Harper, Chicago. John Jackman was a manager at the Pullman Company when he commissioned Beman to build several houses in the Hyde Park development known as Rosalie Terrace. These clapboard houses share a chimney highlighted with terra cotta tiles and decorative wooden cutwork as well as many original porch details. "Solon S. Beman:Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - John A. Jackman, Jr. residential commission

In 1884, John A. Jackman,Jr. hired Beman to build this residence at 5824 S. Harper in Chicago. Jackman was a manager at the Pullman Company and he hired Beman to design a number of houses on the block. This tall, 2-story house has deep, peaked dormers, an open 2-story sleeping porch and a 2-story bay in the front but is not covered in cedar shingle. The original porch roof has been changed as well. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - John Griffith Residence, 1892

Color photograph of Griffith residence at 3806 S. Michigan Avenue, Chicago. This imposing Chateau-style mansion has many features in common with the Kimball residence on Prairie Avenue, built about the same time. The stone house features a complex roofline with a stone bracketed tower, spires, gothic details, and round and faceted bays. Although far less opulent than the Kimball house, the chateau-style popularized by Solon Beman is clearly evident. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - Mines and Mining Building

Scan of black and white photographs from World's Columbian Exposition Illustrated, 1891, showing the Mines and Mining Building under construction.

Subject: ; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Fairs; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - Roseland Presbyterian Church, 1910

Color photograph of Roseland Presbyterian Church located at 11200 S. State Street, Chicago. Now known as Cornerstone Presbyterian Church, this simple church of yellow brick and limestone was built late in Beman's career. It still retains its beautiful early leaded glass windows and has symetrical entrances facing State Street. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - Second Church of Christ Scientist, 1899

Color photograph of Beman's Second Church of Christ Scientist, 1899, located at 2700 N. Pine Grove Avenue, Chicago. Upon seeing Beman's Merchant Tailor Building at the Columbian Exposition, Mary Baker Eddy commissioned Beman to build Christian Science churches. This is a fine example retaining a high degree of integrity and fine details. The colonnaded entrance with ionic capitals and pedimented roofline are typical elements of this classical style. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - The T. B. Blackstone Memorial Library, 1902

Color photograph of this branch of the Chicago Public Library located at 4904 S. Lake Park Avenue, Chicago. This building owes a debt to Beman's Merchant Tailor Building at the World's Columbian Exposition. Today the Library has retained a wealth of original details and is an active neighborhood branch library. Little expense was spared in its creation. Remaining are its beautiful bronze doors, elaborate terrazzo flooring, elegant glass dome, painted murals and many small interior details. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - United Methodist Church of Batavia (Illinois)

Photographs taken by Mary Kay Delaplane in 1997.

Subject: ; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - William Burnett Residences, 1885

Color photographs of Burnett residences located at 635-639 E. Oakwood Boulevard, Chicago. Originally William Burnett asked Solon Beman to design four residences for him on this property. Today, three still exist in varying states of repair. In 2006 639 E. Oakwood was undergoing work. At this time its original porch, dormer, and windows have all been changed. 637 E. Oakwood has also undergone changes lost most of its original features; only the dormer shape and window/door openings seem original. 635 E. Oakwood still retains most of its original details with an original front door, porch brackets, bay window details and dormer roofline showing Beman's intent. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - William Burnett Residences, 1885

Color photographs of Burnett residences located at 635-639 E. Oakwood Boulevard, Chicago. Originally William Burnett asked Solon Beman to design four residences for him on this property. Today, three still exist in varying states of repair. In 2006 639 E. Oakwood was undergoing work. At this time its original porch, dormer, and windows have all been changed. 637 E. Oakwood has also undergone changes lost most of its original features; only the dormer shape and window/door openings seem original. 635 E. Oakwood still retains most of its original details with an original front door, porch brackets, bay window details and dormer roofline showing Beman's intent. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - William H. Murray Residence, 1884

The Murray residence is located at 1919 S. Prairie Avenue in Chicago and is also known as the Marshall Field Jr. residence. Solon Beman's original Queen Anne house has been heavily altered and remodeled in 2006 as condominiums. The basic structure was red brick with a heavy stone foundation, stone quoins at the corners and stone banding at the 2nd and 3rd floor levels, with an arched entryway. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - William H. Murray Residence, 1884

The Murray residence is located at 1919 S. Prairie Avenue in Chicago and is also known as the Marshall Field Jr. residence. Solon Beman's original Queen Anne house has been heavily altered and remodeled in 2006 as condominiums. The basic structure was red brick with a heavy stone foundation, stone quoins at the corners and stone banding at the 2nd and 3rd floor levels, with an arched entryway. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - William Riley Beman Residence, 1884

Black and white photograph of house Beman built for his father at 5822 S. Harper Avenue, in Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. The exterior facade has been covered in siding but some original porch details remain and the 2-story bay seems original. The house seems a shadow of its original. "Solon S. Beman:Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - William Riley Beman Residence, 1884

Black and white photograph of house Beman built for his father at 5822 S. Harper Avenue, in Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. The exterior facade has been covered in siding but some original porch details remain and the 2-story bay seems original. The house seems a shadow of its original. "Solon S. Beman:Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - William W. Kimball Residence, 1890-1892

Color photograph of Kimball house at 1801 S. Prairie Avenue, Chicago. Perhaps, the most famous of Beman's extant residences, the Kimball house epitomizes his "chateau" style that was much imitated after this house. The picturesque house with its many turrets, bays, round balcomies, elaborate chinmeys, iron work and delicate stone carving is one of the few remaining original mansions on Chicago's original "Gold Coast". George Pullman's mansion originally stood directly across the street, to the north. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman - William W. Kimball Residence, 1890-1892

Color photograph of Kimball house at 1801 S. Prairie Avenue, Chicago. Perhaps, the most famous of Beman's extant residences, the Kimball house epitomizes his "chateau" style that was much imitated after this house. The picturesque house with its many turrets, bays, round balcomies, elaborate chinmeys, iron work and delicate stone carving is one of the few remaining original mansions on Chicago's original "Gold Coast". George Pullman's mansion originally stood directly across the street, to the north. "Solon S. Beman: Architecture in Illinois" exhibit.

Subject: ; Architecture; Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman and Barrett 1890

Photograph showing Nathan Barrett and Solon Beman along the south wall of the Factory site. c. 1890

Subject: Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Barrett,_Nathan_Franklin; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Beman and Barrett 1890

Photograph showing Nathan Barrett and Solon Beman at north edge of Lake Vista on Factory site, c. 1890

Subject: Beman,_Solon_Spencer; Barrett,_Nathan_Franklin; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Bird's Eye View from Water Tower Looking East

Framed and matted photograph showing the Pullman factory site, looking towards Lake Calumet and the Pullman lumber yard, with round house in background.

Subject: Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Lake_Calumet; Factory_Site; Aerial_Views; Pullman_Water_Tower; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Bird's Eye View from Water Tower Looking North

Framed and matted photograph showing the Pullman factory site, part of the lumber yards, various buildings and the northern residential area.

Subject: Aerial_Views; Factory_Site; North_Pullman; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Birds Eye View from Water Tower Looking South

Framed and matted photograph showing the Pullman factory site, looking towards the Town of Pullman. Black and white. Undated.

Subject: Pullman_Water_Tower; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman_Company; Pullman_Company; Factory_Site; Aerial_Views; Administration_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boarding the Illinois Central

111th Place and Cottage Grove, c1916. Temporary station across from Arcade Building shortly after track elevation in 1915, negative number 19832. Arcade building shows "Chicago Post Office Pullman Station" sign.

Subject: Pullman_Views; Illinois_Central_Railroad; Arcade_Building; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boat House and R.R. Bridge

HR Koopman stereo card showing people along a lake front, in rowboats and walking. Unknown location.

Subject: Koopman,_Henry_Ralph_and_family; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Bob's Sugar Bowl

Interior views of Bob's located at 11208 South St. Lawrence Avenue, 1970s.

Subject: ; Bob's_Sugar_Bowl; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Bob's Sugar Bowl

Bob and his daughter in Bob's Sugar Bowl, 11208 St. Lawrence. Interior shot of last days of the Sugar Bowl. Bob lived upstairs.

Subject: ; Bob's_Sugar_Bowl; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Bob's Sugar Bowl

Bob's Sugar Bowl, an ice cream parlor located at 11208 S St. Lawrence. Originally the building was built as a bakery ca 1913, later it did duty as a Chinese Laundry, a boat Shop, and in 1947 became a soda fountain. In 2007, location of "Dig It! Pullman", a resale shop which closed in 2009.

Subject: Bob's_Sugar_Bowl; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Bockscar Crew

Photograph given to Orlando Benetti, with inscription from Fred Olivi, who went to Pullman Tech together.

Subject: Roseland_Community; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boulevard Looking East from ICRR Depot

Photographic view looking east from train station, across park, with factory on left side and Hotel Florence and houses on right, 1883.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boulevard Looking East from ICRR Depot

Probably from a book of Pullman views by T. S. Johnson, entitled "Pullman Illustrated" or "Photos of Pullman 1883-85". View looks east down 111th Street (Florence Boulevard) from garden area to just south of the 111th Street Illinois Central Railroad station. Left to right, train station, shops, gas house, Rock Island Station, executive houses, and Hotel Florence.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boxcar

Built by Pullman Standard

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boxcar

Rock Island car

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boxcar

Santa Fe car built by Pullman Standard

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boxcar

TL DX P-S Hydroframe Cushioned freightcar

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boxcar

Southern car number 75047

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boxcar

Delaware and Hudson car 27027 "Lubricated"

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boxcar

CCA (Container Corporation of America) P-S Hydroframe Cusioned freightcar.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boxcar " 93033"

Michigan Central boxcar with engine - possibly being prepared for delivery. Car number 93033 for the New York Central lines.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boxcar "Blue Ox"

"Pullman's Blue Ox car for wood chips, pulpwood logs, and long logs is shown in stop action, unloading 76.7 tons of 47 to 49 foot long logs in three seconds. Photo with four sections (each numbered) showing how the unloading of the lumber works.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boy Scouts

Black and white photograph of several Boy Scouts erecting a tent in a park setting. Large buildings seen in the background.

Subject: Reference; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Boys on a Slide

Black and white vintage photograph showing several boys standing and sitting on a slide.

Subject: Reference; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Brick Makers' Union No. 1 Parade

Brick Makers' Union No. 1 parade walking west on 111th Street to Michigan Avenue, 1900.

Subject: Roseland_Community; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Bridges - Pennsylvania Railroad Bridges

Construction of railroad elevator lift bridges crossing the Calumet River at 96th Street. View shows construction of the two bridges for the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne, and Chicago RR. Old Lake Shore & Michigan Southern RR swing bridge is visible in the distance. View is north toward mouth of Calumet River and Lake Michigan.

Subject: SCH_Transportation; SCH_South_Chicago; SCH_Waterways,_Calumet_River; SCH_East_Side; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 001 (Administration Building)

Photograph and floor plans c.1951.

Subject: ; Administration_Building; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 001 (Administration Building) Clocktower Area B Sheet 17

Slow burning construction and automatic sprinkling in the executive offices of the Chicago Plant 3rd floor lunchroom built in 1917 30,000 sq ft floor plan

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 002

Photograph and floor plans c.1951.

Subject: ; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

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 003

Photograph and floor plans c.1951.

Subject: ; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 004

Photograph and floor plans c.1951.

Subject: ; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 004, Area B, Sheet 20

Architectural drawing including cross section and floor plan of rear erecting shops adjacent to the transfer table. Used by U. S. Army for ordnance production.

Subject: World_War_II; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 005

Photograph and floor plans c.1951.

Subject: Factory_Site; 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 005 Area B Sheet 19

Welding Facilities for sub-assembley work. US Army ordnace work occupies the new north wing of the administration building that replaced the original north wing

Subject: World_War_II; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 005, Area B

Architectural drawing of three story building, 65,000sf, former Wood Work Shops (per Doty Map, 1901).

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 006

Photograph and floor plans c.1951.

Subject: ; Factory_Site; 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 006, Area B, Sheet #22

Architectural drawing, three floors, 119,952sf, accessable by rail. Former Wood Machine Shops

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 007

Photograph and floor plans c.1951.

Subject: ; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 007, Area B, Sheet #23

Architectural drawing of original engine room (per Doty's 1901 map), two floors, 14,000sf.

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 008

Photograph and floor plans c.1951.

Subject: ; Factory_Site; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 008 Area B Sheet 24

Three story 22,600 sq ft includes key plan of area B

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 009 Area A Sheet 16

60,000 Sq Ft floor Area, three stories steam heat.

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; 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 012 Area C Sheet 34

Architectural drawing showing floor plan and cross section of 55,240sf building with some dirt floor areas.

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 012 Rear Erecting Shop

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 013 Area C Sheet 35

Architectural drawing of medical dispensary located west of Fire Tower near 108th & Champlain, floor plan and cross section.

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; Format: Photograph (all forms)

Building 019 Area B Sheet 25

17,226sf concrete building occupied by Pullman Press. Floor plan and cross section includes map plan of area B.

Subject: Pullman_Standard_Car_Mfg_Company; 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)

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