THE PULLMAN STATE HISTORIC SITE

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1125 Sixteenth Street, N. W., The Embassy of the U.S.S.R.

Several pages from Vol.1 of 16th St. Architecture, Commission of Fine Arts, 1978, describing the building of the Pullman house in Washington.

Subject: Pullman_Family; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

50 Famous Railwaymen

Subtitled, "The engineers and entrepreneurs who shaped Britain's railways". 264-page hardcover book with bibliography.

Subject: Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

60th Anniversary of the Dutch Settlement of Roseland

Official Souvenir Programme for the 60th Anniversary of "The Dutch Settlement of Roseland, Chicago", July 5th, 1909. Includes history, images, advertising. Lists many activities for the day and event.

Subject: Roseland_Community; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Century of Banking

Pullman Bank newsletter in 1983 celebrating the bank's 100th year.

Subject: ; Pullman_Bank; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Corner of Chicago

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

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Daily Miracle

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

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

A Daughter's Inheritance

383 page soft cover book.

Subject: ; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Fall Day In Pullman

Article by Indiana preservationist Paul A. Myers, about the restoration of the Pullman Factory Administration Building Clock Tower in October 2005. Printed Copies of photographs taken by Mr. Myers are included.

Subject: ; Administration_Building; Pullman_1998_Factory_Fire; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Famous Inventor

Newspaper article, 1888, summarizing interview with G. Pullman re: invention of the Palace train car. Envelope holding article included in file.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Great-Grandmother Remembers

One sheet (copy) from an unidentified book, talking about growing up on the same block on Prairie Avenue as George Pullman and his family lived.

Subject: Pullman_Family; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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 Love Woven True

Novel about the women who worked in the Lowell, Massachuesetts mills in 1849, written by Tracie Peterson and Judith Miller, copyright 2005.

Subject: Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Night to Remember II

Invitation and program from the Pullman Tech Alumni Association's event, "A Night to Remember II"

Subject: Pullman_Schools; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Pioneer's Centennial George Mortimer Pullman 1831-1931

Photocopy and type transcript of an essay on the life of George Pullman.

Subject: Pullman_Family; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

A Summary of information on the South Pullman District

Publication by the Commission on Chicago Historical and Architectural Landmarks, dated June, 1972.

Subject: Pullman_-_Post_1975; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

Abraham Lincoln From Skeptic to Prophet

446 page hard cover book.

Subject: Historic_Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Abraham Lincoln Illustrated

159 page hard cover pocket book. A biographical sketch of President Lincoln taken from Abbott's "Lives of the Presidents," and containing sixty half-tone illustrations and portraits.

Subject: Reference; Illinois_History; Historic_Reference; General/Misc.; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Agreement between The Pullman Company and its Porters and Maids

Document stating the relationship between The Pullman Company and its Porter and Maid employees.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Pullman_Porters; Pullman_and_Afro-Americans; 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

Along the Calumet River

Soft cover boo, 128 pages, with pictures and illustrations, signed by the author.

Subject: Acme_Steel; CHP_Industry_-_ACME_Steel_General; CHP_Waterways_-_Calumet_River_Shipping; Calumet_River_-_Calumet_Region; Lake_Calumet; Regional; SCH_Waterways; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

An Apple for Harriet Tubman

Book on Underground railroad. For young readers. "Many people know about Harriet Tubman's courage and daring. But few know about her love apples and the freedom they symbolized".

Subject: Illinois_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Archival Research in Railroad Business and Labor History

Draft version of September 5, 2001, with notes of May 3, 2002. Full record available for viewing at the Bertha Ludlum Reading Room at the Hotel Florence. No reproduction, distribution or quotation without writer's permission. Ten pages

Subject: Regional; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

Biographical Material re: George Mortimer Pullman

Correspondence re: draft article on George Pullman for book "America's Successful Men" to be published by New York Tribune.

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

Black Metropolis Historic District

Preliminary summary of information to Commission on Chicago Landmarks

Subject: Plans/_Reports/_Studys; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Black Metropolis Historic District

Report issued by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks, March 7, 1984

Subject: Plans/_Reports/_Studys; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Bound for Canaan

Publication about "The Epic Story of the Underground Railroad, America's First Civil Rights Movement".

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

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

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

By-Laws Local Union 3281 United Steel Workers of American A.F.L.-C.I.O.

Booklet of By-Laws for Local Union 3281 in Blue Island, Illinois.

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

By-Laws of Pullman Porters Benefit Association of America

Document laying out the organization of the Pullman Porters Benefit Association. Original By-Laws adopted November 20, 1920; this is an amended version from 1932

Subject: Pullman_Company; Pullman_Porters; Pullman_and_Afro-Americans; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

By-Laws of the Illinois Steelworkers Political Education Committee

Booklet stating the objectives and goals of the Illinois Steelworkers Political Education Committee.

Subject: Labor_History,_other; 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 Ecological Park Feasibility Study

A special resource study conducted in the Calumet Region of Northeast Illinois and Northwest Indiana in August of 1998. Prepared by the U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service Midwest Region.

Subject: Regional; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Caring For Your Historic House

Leading preservation experts provide sound advice on maintaining and repairing each component of the house - structural systems, roofs, windows, masonry, woodwork, plaster, paint, wallpapers, mechanical and electrical systems, and landscape.

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

Changing Society - The Lives of Worker Heroes Who Made a Difference

Soft Cover, 90 pages, essays on John Altgeld, Eugene Debs, Mother Jones, Frances Perkins, Walter Reuther, A. Philip Randolph, Regina Polk, and Delores Huerta.

Subject: Pullman_Labor_History; Labor_History,_other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Changing Society, The Lives of Worker heroes Who Made a Difference

Soft-cover, 87 pages, essays on John Peter Altgeld, Eugene Debs, Mother Jones, Walter Reuther, A Philip Randolph, Regina Polk, and Delores Huerta.

Subject: Pullman_Labor_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chemicals, Metals and Men

Subtitled: Gas, Chemical and Coke: A Bird's-Eye View of the Materials That Make the World Go Around. Hardcover, 280 pages with photographs and index.

Subject: Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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 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 Furniture: Art, Craft, & Industry, 1833-1983

History of furniture making in Chicago, with Pullman references. Author: Sharon Darling and The Chicago Historical Society Publisher: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc.. 1984 ISBN 0-393-01818-0

Subject: Historic_Reference; 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 Landmarks Awards for Preservation Excellence Program

Program booklet from awards ceremony on September 4, 2008. Awards presented for both the Factory complex restoration and the Beman Committee's work in the Pullman Historic District.

Subject: Factory_Site; Pullman_Town; Pullman_1998_Factory_Fire; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Organizations_--_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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 South

Booklet published in 1969 highlighting business, schools, and housing progress in the south Chicago area, including Pullman.

Subject: Regional; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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 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'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's Historic Pullman District

Draft or proof copy of Chicago's Historic Pullman District, one of the Images in America series, with notes by Jan Helge.

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

Chicago's Historic Pullman District

Paperback book, 127 pages, Images of America series, with photographs and illustrations.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Pullman_People; Pullman_Company; Historic_Reference; Factory_Site; Corliss_Engine; Arcade_Building; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chicago's South Shore

One of the Images in America series, 127 pages, softcover, predominantly photographs with captions.

Subject: Reference; Regional; 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

Christmastime in the Calumet

Article from First & Fastest, Winter 2001-02. Rememberance of the author on a bus/train trip through the Calumet area in 1936.

Subject: Regional; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Chronology of Pullman's Carbuilding

Photocopy of page from Charles Knoll book.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Cincinnati Milacron 1984 Finding a Better Way

218 page, soft-cover, with acknowledgement.

Subject: Industry,_other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Cincinnati Union Terminal

Booklet about the history of the Cincinnati Union Terminal.

Subject: Rail_Travel_-_Other; Transportation/_Other_Museums; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

City of Brick Image

page from 1893 book "City of Brick" showing The Arcade Building, the Stables, Casino and the School-House.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Casino_Building; Pullman_Stables; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

City of Brick Image

page from 1893 book "City of Brick" showing The Arcade Building, the Stables, Casino and the School-House.

Subject: Arcade_Building; Casino_Building; Pullman_Stables; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

Commission on Chicago Historical and Architectural Landmarks Rules of Procdures

December 23, 1969.

Subject: ; Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

Community Investment Corporation

Informational brochure of the Community Investment Corporation.

Subject: ; Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Company Town: As support for a National Park builds, how will Pullman present its past?

South Side Weekly article, from the October 23, 2013, pages 6-11.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Company Town: As support for a National Park builds, how will Pullman present its past?

Subject: Pullman_(General); Pullman_Landmark; Pullman_People; Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Conservation Assessment Program Survey Report

Prepared for the Historic Pullman Foundation May 17, 1999. Full record available for viewing at the Bertha Ludlam Reading Room in the Hotel Florence.

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

Conserving Buildings: A Guide to Techniques and Materials

A comprehensive study on the technology of building conservation and North American practice.

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

Contemporary American Biography George M. Pullman

7 page biography focusing on building of Pullman Company and planned community as well.

Subject: ; Pullman_(General); Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman_Town; Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

Death At Hull House

261 page soft cover novel.

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

Death At Pullman

250 page soft cover novel

Subject: Pullman_Labor_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Dedicated to preserving labor history

Newspaper article on Leslie Orear detailing his contributions to labor movements throughout Chicago. Orear helped organize what became the United Packinghouse Workers of America and served as president of the Illinois Labor History Society. The article is dated June 6, 2014.

Subject: General/Misc.; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

DePaul University Excavations at Pullman

Four reports containing the details of different archaeological projects conducted around Pullman by DePaul University.

Subject: ; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Descriptive List of Cars - Standard and Tourist

Catalog published by The Pullman Company,includes index of all Pullman cars by name and plan#, as well as other detail information such as style and capacity, interior finishes, systems, etc.

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

Dining By Rail

384 page soft cover book.

Subject: General/Misc.; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Discover Historic Pullman

A Guide to 21st Century Living in a a 19th Century Village, brochure published by the Pullman Civic Organization to promote living in Pullman neighborhood.

Subject: Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Down an Indian Trail in 1849, The Story of Roseland

The 57 chapters of this History of Roseland were taken from the 1949 Centennial Issue of The Calumet Index. Written by Marie Koopman Rowlands, daughter of Henry Ralph Koopman II, the first Roseland photographer. Hardcover with photographs, maps, illustrations and index. Includes chapters on Pullman town.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Roseland_Community; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Down At The Depot: American Railroad Stations from 1831 to 1920

Book chronicles the development of the railroad station as railroads were built and expanded. over 400 illustrations.

Subject: Train_Stations_-_other; Rail_Travel_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Early American Mills

Hardcover, 290 pages with index, over 350 black-and-white illustrations and 11 color plates.

Subject: ; Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Everything And the Kitchen Sink

How the first century of industry created the first century of good living. 160 pages with photographs.

Subject: Industry,_other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Fabulous Chicago

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

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Far Southeast Development Area

Study published by the City of Chicago, Richard J. Daley, Mayor, December, 1968.

Subject: Regional; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Field Guide to American Antique Furniture

A unique visual system for identifying the style of virtually any piece of American antique furniture. Softcover edition.

Subject: Historic_Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

File: Roseland Moose Lodge No. 1062

File of news clippings and other information about Roseland Moose Lodge No. 1062. Includes first issue of Roseland Moose News, Jan 1951. Also includes meeting notes, entertainment programs and photographs.

Subject: Organizations_--_Other; Pullman_People; Roseland_Community; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

FJ Carolan & Harriet Pullman Carolan

Story of Harriett Pullman and her 1st husband. Typed manuscript, unsigned.

Subject: Pullman_Family; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

Future of the Pullman Company

Two bound reports- Part I(A)- states basic facts conclusions and recommendations; Part II (B) sites findings in detail, including charts and graphs, and recommended program of action.

Subject: Pullman_Company; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Garden Homes Historic District

Copy of National Registration Form to the United States Department of the Interior National Park Service for the Garden Homes Historic District, Chicago South Side. Includes color reprints of homes.

Subject: ; Regional; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Garden Walk 2008 Book

Book created as a gift for the Garden owners who participated in Garden Walk 2008. Created by Tony Dzik

Subject: Organizations_--_Historic_Pullman_Garden_Club; Pullman_Houses; Pullman_Landscape_Design; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Gem of the Ocean Playbill

A black and white playbill describing a reading of the August Wilson play "Gem of the Ocean". Held at the Pullman National Monument Information Center on Tuesday, March 31, 2pm. Details cast and plot of story.

Subject: Events_-_Other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

George and Sanger Pullman

Information of George Pullman's twin sons George and Sanger, researched by Laurie Toth.

Subject: Pullman_Family; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

George M. Pullman

Photocopy of chapter clipped from unknown publication, 15 pages with photographs. Full record available for viewing at the Bertha Ludlam Reading Room in the Hotel Florence.

Subject: Pullman_Porters; Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Pullman_Labor_History; Pullman_Company; Pullman_(General); Pullman_Rail_Travel; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

George Pullman, Young Sleeping Car Builder

From the series Childhood of Famous Americans", fictionalized telling of George Pullman as a young man, 200 pages with illustrations, and special study sections and quizzes.

Subject: Pullman_Family; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

George Pullman: Young Sleeping Car Builder

This book for youth tells the story of young George Pullman, how he grew up and came to build his famous sleeping cars.

Subject: Pullman_Family; 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

Great Tours!

Thematic Tours and Guide Training for Historic Sites. Authors: Barbara Abramoff Levy, Sandra Mackenzie Lloyd, Susan Porter Schreiber. Publisher: Altamira Press, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 2001 ISBN 0-7591-0099-3

Subject: Transportation/_Other_Museums; Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Greenstone Cook's Calendar 1986

Collection of recipes from members of the Greenstone Church in a calendar including Church event dates. 1986

Subject: Greenstone_Church; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Greenstone United Methodist Church's Steere & Turner Organ Brochure

A tri-fold brochure describing the history and workings of the 1882 Steere & Turner organ in the "Greenstone Church".

Subject: Greenstone_Church; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

Guide to Historic Sites and Memorials

Guide book for sites owned by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency. Author: Mark L. Johnson, Janice Petterchak Publisher: Historic Site Division, Illinois Historic Preservation Agency. 2001 ISBN none

Subject: Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Guidelines for the Treatment of Cultural Landscapes

Includes the Secretary fo the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties.

Subject: Pullman_Landscape_Design; 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

Harriet Pullman

Taken from Beebe Books, Berkeley CA. 1 page from book referring to Mrs. Francis J. Carolan (Harriet Pullman)

Subject: Pullman_Family; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Hints on Household Taste

Classic Handbook of Victorian Interior Decoration by Charles L. Eastlake - 1969 reprint Author: Charles L. Eastlake Publisher:Dover Publications, Inc. Softcover edition.

Subject: Historic_Reference; Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Historic Hildene Cookbook

Robert Todd Lincoln's summer home in Manchester, Vermont is maintained by 325 volunteers. These volunteers hold a picnic every year and their recipes are shared within this cookbook. 129 pages

Subject: General/Misc.; Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Historic Pullman District

Two copies of report published by Historic Pullman Foundation regarding plans to restore buildings in Pullman, including Market Hall and Hotel Florence, with projected costs. Full record available for viewing at the Bertha Ludlum Reading Room in the Hotel Florence.

Subject: Market_Hall; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Historic Pullman Foundation Annual Meeting Invitation 1984

For meeting June 3, 1984

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

Historic Pullman Foundation Candlelight Christmas Walk 1998

Brochure showing homes on the tour and times, Decmeber 12, 1998

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

Historic Pullman Foundation Candlelight Christmas Walk 2000

Two copies of brochure listing homes on tour and schedule of events, December 9, 2000

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

Historic Pullman Foundation Pullman Historic District

Report with illustrations describing the Foundation's mission statement and plans, with budget, for various projects in Pullman.

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

Historic Pullman Foundation Walking Tour Brochure

Map and information on different areas of Pullman.

Subject: ; Pullman_-_Post_1975; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Historic Pullman Garden Club Informational Brochure

Brochure describing the mission of the Historic Pullman Garden Club and its events, membership dues, etc.

Subject: Pullman_Landscape_Design; Organizations_--_Historic_Pullman_Garden_Club; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Historic Pullman Orientation Center

Study regarding plans and costs to convert American Legion Hall at 112th & Cottage Grove to the Pullman Orientation Center (now Visitor Center). Full record available for viewing at the Bertha Ludlum Reading Room at the Hotel Florence.

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

History Comes Home

Publication that explores family stories across curriculums for students.

Subject: Genealogy; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

Hotel Florence and Arcade

Set of Pullman views A) Hotel Florence from Lake Vista and B) Looking east from the Arcade. Pages from The City of Bricks book by H.R. Koopman.

Subject: ; Arcade_Building; Hotel_Florence_--_Exterior; Pullman_Views; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Hotel Florence and Pullman Reference Guide

Three-ring binder containing information to be used by docents and tour guides. Reference material relating to general Pullman history, Hotel Florence, the town, the strike and other pertinent data.

Subject: Hotel_Florence_History; Organizations_--_Historic_Pullman_Foundation; Pullman_(General); Pullman_Labor_History; Pullman_Town; Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Hotel Florence Development Plan Summary

Study done by Environment Seven, Ltd., dated 3-2-84

Subject: Hotel_Florence_--_Post_1975; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Hotel Florence Historic Structure Report

A copy of a document prepared for the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency detailing various areas of the Hotel and possible future uses.

Subject: Hotel_Florence_--_Exterior; Hotel_Florence_--_Interior; Hotel_Florence_--_Post_1975; Hotel_Florence_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Hotel: An American History

A spellbinding look at the bustling and colorful world of the hotel, from colonial days to the twentieth century

Subject: Hotel_Florence_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

House Tour 2015 Brochure

Historic Pullman House Tour Brochure describing tour and event information for 2015.

Subject: Architecture; House_Tour; Organizations_--_Historic_Pullman_Foundation; Organizations_--_Pullman_Civic_Organization; Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

How To Fix Up Your Old House

A guide for rehabilitating historic Chicago houses from the Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois

Subject: Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Format: Printed Materials - Publications

How to Save a Landmark

A citizens guide to advocacy from the Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois

Subject: Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

If We Save But One - Going to War with Inrai Butai "The Kamikaze"

95-page book by Dr. Raymond R. Malott regarding his experiences as a medic aboard the U.S.S. PCE(R)852, built by The Pullman Company. These ships were floating battalion aid stations. The PCEs were built as minesweepers, but some were redesigned to accommodate medical activities. The (R) stood for Rescue.

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

Illinois Architecture From Territorial Times to the Present, A Selective Guide

Softcover book,304 pages, with index and photographs

Subject: Architecture; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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 Place Names

Book compiling place names in Illinois from Post office records. Author: James N. Adams Publisher: Illinois State Historical Society. 1989. ISBN 0-912226-24-2

Subject: General/Misc.; Illinois_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Illustrated Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings

Standards set forth by the Secretary of the Interior and the National Park Service. Illustrated.

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

Instant Chicago

144 page soft cover book. Handbook of useful survival tactics for Chicago newcomers.

Subject: ; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Instructions to Porters, Attendants and Bus Boys

Instruction book of The Pullman Company, August 1, 1952, #P9379. 127 pages with index.

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

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

Introducing the town of Pullman coverlet

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

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

Inventory of Historic Engineering and industrial Structures within the Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor

National Park Service survey of the I&M Canal National Heritage Corridor (1995) 2 copies Author: Gray Fitzsimons Publisher: National Park Service. 1995 Library of Congress 609-773--cd20

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

Jean Baptiste Pointe DeSable, Founder of Chicago

Biography of first settler in Chicago

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Job Rating National Metal Trades Association

Booklet explaining the definitions of the factors used in rating jobs and hourly rated occupations in the metal trades.

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

Joliet-Lemont Limestone

Booklet producted by Landmarks Preservation Council of Illinois about historic building materials

Subject: Preservation/_Architecture_(General); Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

Kirchner Exhibit

Informational flyer/photos re: Bill Kirchner exhibit on Pullman Family portraits.

Subject: Pullman_People; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Kodak 1880 - 1990

A 100-year start of tomorrow. Softcover book. 48 pages with photographs.

Subject: Industry,_other; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Labor & Pullman 1884-1994

Booklet from Pullman Bandstand Dedication, Labor Day, 1994, produced by the Chicago Federation of Labor AFL-CIO

Subject: Pullman_Labor_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Labor History - I.W.W. Songs

1996 Facsimile Reprint of 1923 edition. Songbook of labor/union songs

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

Labor Paste Booklet

Booklet documenting labor paste project by Pullman artist jb Daniel.

Subject: Pullman_Town; Pullman_People; Pullman_Labor_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Lake Calumet World's Fair Cartoon

Cartoon from Chicago Sun-Times, dated Tuesday, march 13, 1984 about the proposal to host a World's Fair at Lake Calumet area.

Subject: Lake_Calumet; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Lake Calumet World's Fair Cartoon 1984

Cartoon from Chicago Sun-Times, dated Wednesday, March 28, 1984 about the proposal to host a World's Fair at Lake Calumet.

Subject: Lake_Calumet; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Landmark Neighorhoods in Chicago

Booklet published in 1981 showing current landmark neighborhoods in Chicago.

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

Ledger Book

Partially filled out ledger book for unidentified railroad? company - 1867-1868

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

Lincoln - Book "Lincoln's Sons"

Story of the four Lincoln sons and their growing up, first in Illinois, then in the White House, and after.

Subject: Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Lincoln in Illinois

Monograph with photographs and comments on Lincoln Statues in Illinois, commemorating the Bicentennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln.

Subject: Illinois_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Lincoln's New Salem Illinois

Pictorial history and guide book with map.

Subject: Illinois_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Lines West: A Pictorial History of the Great Northern Railway Operations and Motive Power from 1887 to 1967

Pictorial history of the Great Northern Railway from 1887 to 1967. Author: Charles R. Wood Publisher: Bonanza Books, New York. 1962 ISBN 0-517-141302

Subject: Transportation/_Other_Museums; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

List of All Cars Showing Floor Plan Numbers

Catalog published by the Pullman Company, including index of cars by name and plan number.

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

Lost Chicago

Pictorial essays on lost Chicago architecture.

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Love Tales American

Hardcover book, 256 pages of short stories of the Victorian era.

Subject: Victorian_Era_-_general; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Lowden of Illinois vo. 1

The Life of Frank O. Lowden. Once Governor of Illinois and husband of Florence Pullman, daughter of George Pullman.

Subject: Pullman_Family; Illinois_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Lowden of Illinois vo. 2

The Life of Frank O. Lowden. Vol 2 covers "Nation and Countryside". Governor of Illinois and husband of Florence Pullman.

Subject: Illinois_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Lowden of Sinnissippi

Internet article about Frank Lowden, who married George Pullman's daughter Florence.

Subject: Illinois_History; Pullman_Family; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Lowell, The Story of an Industrial City

Official National Park Handbook, publication date unknown.

Subject: Historic_Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Lowell: The Story of an Industrial City

National Park Service book about Lowell, Massachusetts Author: National Park Service Publisher: Division of Publications, National Park Service. 1992 ISBN: 0-912627-46-8

Subject: Reference; Transportation/_Other_Museums; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Luxury Trains

Subtitled "From the Orient Express to the TGV". 232 pages. Includes illustrations and appendices.

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

Making Tracks: An American Rail Odyssey

Part history and part travelogue, this is a chronicle of the author's train journey across America.

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

Market Hall Assessment Report

1992 report prepared by the National Park Service regarding condition of Market Hall, owned by the Historic Pullman Foundation. Full record available for viewing at the Bertha Ludlum Reading Room at the Hotel Florence.

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

Marktown Brochures

Various brochures about the Marktown Historic District in East Chicago, IN.

Subject: Regional; Architecture; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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 You in Hell

Andrew Carnegie, Henry Clay Frick, and the Bitter Partnership That Transformed America. Hardcover book, 319 pages with index and photographs.

Subject: Industry,_other; Reference; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Memorial Day Massacre 70th Anniversary The Fight Goes On

Commemorative booklet with photos and stories of the Massacre.

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

Mikado Theatre Program

Program for a production of "The Mikado" presented by St. Louis Academy, 11715 South State Street February 20, 1925. Program includes advertising from Roseland and south-side Chicago businesses. 48 pages

Subject: Roseland_Community; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Monument to City's Industrial Past

Calumet Heritage newletter containing a repring of article from the Chicago Tribune of February 20, 2005 regarding Acme Steel. Includes interviews with employees. Eight pages.

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

New Clock Tower Marks Progress in Pullman

Article from the Chicago Sun Times, October 18, 2005 regarding the raising of the clock on the Administration building.

Subject: ; Pullman_1998_Factory_Fire; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

North Pullman District

Preliminary summary of information to Commission on Chicago Landmarks on North Pullman District.

Subject: Plans/_Reports/_Studys; North_Pullman; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Obituary of Horace Porter

Obit of Horace Porter, former vice president of the Pullman Company. Photocopy from Dictionary of American Biography Scibners 1935 (1963 edition) Volume VIII.

Subject: Pullman_Company; 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

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

Palace Car Prince: A Biography of George Mortimer Pullman

Author: Liston Edgington Leyendecker. Publisher: University Press of Colorado. 1992. ISBN 0-087081-337-4 Biography of George Pullman.

Subject: Pullman_Palace_Car_Company; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Pennsylvania Parlor Cars

48-page magazine with narrative, photographs and index.

Subject: Pullman_Train_Cars; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Perfect Cities : Chicago's Utopias of 1893

Softcover book, 279 pages, with notes, index, maps, and photographs

Subject: Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Picturesque Chicago

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

Subject: Chicago_History; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Pierre S. Du Pont and the Making of the Modern Corporation

Hardcover book, 722 pages, with index. photographs and charts.

Subject: Industry,_other; 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

Portals in Time

Copy of a section on Robbins from a guide to suburban heritage by the South Suburban Heritage Association. Most of the early residents of this all African-American incorporated village worked as porters on the Pullman railcars.

Subject: Pullman_Porters; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

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

Postcards from Pullman: In the Company of Secrets

Historically-based novel set in the town of Pullman in the 1880's, centered around a young Englishwoman working at the Hotel Florence.

Subject: ; Pullman_Town; Format: Printed Materials - Publications

Postcards from Pullman: Whispers Along the Rails

Second book in the series "Postcards from Pullman" by author Judith Miller.

Subject: ; Pullman_(General); 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

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