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West Pullman Newspaper Article

Article relate the plan by Salvation Army to build a $160 million community center in West Pullman. $109.8 million is from bequest to Salvation Army from Joan Kroc, widow of MacDonalds founder.

See also: ; Regional

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Title  West Pullman Newspaper Article
Description  Article relate the plan by Salvation Army to build a $160 million community center in West Pullman. $109.8 million is from bequest to Salvation Army from Joan Kroc, widow of MacDonalds founder.
Subjects  ; Regional;
Creator  Blair Kamin and Mary Owen
Date  2007-11-07
Format  Printed Materials -- Periodicals
Identifier  11792: PFS.02.05.08.03: File
Rights  The Pullman State Historic Site provides reproductions of items from its collections for personal or research use. If an image is to be reproduced in any type of publication or on the web, written permission is required and use fees may be assessed. Digitization of some of the items in this collection was developed pursuant to a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant awarded by the Illinois State Library, an Office of the Secretary of State using funds provided by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act.; The Pullman State Historic Site provides reproductions of items from its collections for personal or research use. If an image is to be reproduced in any type of publication or on the web, written permission is required and use fees may be assessed. Digitization of some of the items in this collection was developed pursuant to a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant awarded by the Illinois State Library, an Office of the Secretary of State using funds provided by the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act.
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