"Cumberland Crossing" print shown as well as AT&SF panel track move, west on Hyde Park Blvd, Chicag
Original Pullman magazine advertisement showing performer Kate Smith entering a Pullman coach. She
Printed brochure relating to film narrated by William Adelman.
Article about Pullman as it prepares for 2007 House Tour.
Original artwork by Sidney Smith from within a year or two of the inception of comic strip. This po
Article about Gov. Ryan releasing $10 million in Illinois First funds for reconstructing the Clockt
Photocopy of article from Daily Southtown, December 10, 1998.
Newspaper article regarding Administration Building/clocktower. The article states "It's mechanism
A list of daily passenger trains going eastward and southward from Chicago over the Pennsylvania Li
Article relating to TV movie about the unionization of the Pullman Porters by A Philip Randolph.
Article regarding contruction of U of C printing facility.
"The arch" block of North Pullman, street appears to be torn up due to construction
c1885. View east along 111th from across Water (sic) Street (Watt), now St. Lawrence. Note open s
East side of 11100 block of Champlain Avenue, c1883. Left half of a pair of photographs looking so
c1885. View SSW showing, left to right, Pullman Market Hall, horse drawn wagon, residential units,
Black and white photo of residential building at 111th Street and Stehpenson (Champlain) Avenue, Pu
HR Koopman postcard showing east side of Watt Avenue (now St. Lawrence) looking south with men sitt
Photo of postcard that lists Florence E. of Watt Chicago, ILL and also "Pullman". May say "1913".
Newspaper clipping showing the Pullman IC train station, located at what is now 111th and Cottage G
Photograph copy of newspaper clipping, possibly from 1949. in 1889 handwritten on clipping. Refer
Looking east on 111th Street toward Champlain Avneue, 1918, showing executive housing on Florence B
Joseph Guest emmigrated from Dublin, Ireland in 1910 and moved to Pullman. He worked as a chef and
c1980. Former Pullman Hospital (1882-1925) with second porch which was built c1920. Porch shown w
Wide-angle shot of part of east side of St. Lawrence before demolition of large porch. Original Sma
Several pages from Vol.1 of 16th St. Architecture, Commission of Fine Arts, 1978, describing the bu
View south from Watt Avenue (St. Lawrence) at 112h Street. From Koopman's "postcard period" 1890-1
View looking west down 112th steet from 3rd floor of Market Hall, c1900. Elim Church is visible in
Koopman postcard showing Cottage Grove at 113th Street looking south.
View looking east toward Lake Calumet showing, left to right, steam dredges completing Athletic Isl
Letter written by Pullman's Vice-President, Horace Porter, on June 11, 1896 to Henry R. Reed concer
Table of Contents: 1)Forward, 2)Dedication, 3)Faculty, 4)Seniors, 5)Classes, 6)Activities, 7)Athlet
Contract for the G.&W. Electric Specialty Company Local Union No. 3281 workers. dated 1949
Contract for G & W. Electric Specialty Company Local Union No. 3281 workers. Dated 1956-1959.
Contract for G & W Electric Specialty Company, Local Union No. 3281 of the A.F.L.-C.I.O. workers.
Contract for G.& W. Electric Specialty Company, Local Union No. 3281. Dated 1962-1965.
Agreement between Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, Harvey Plant and Local Union 1091, United S
Received as part of a collection from Janice Helge, from the estate of Mrs. Grace Anthony, c/o Mr.
Contract for G & W. Electric Specialty Company Local Union No. 3281 workers. Dated 1968-1971.
Article promoting historic area from the Chicago Tribune Home Guide section, dated Saturday May 4,
Article about the unique nature of Pullman.
Phone Directory for local communities.
2012 Calendar and Classic Pullman Private Railroad Car Image
A. Phillip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum 17th Anniversary celebration handout. February 2012
2013 Calendar and Classic Pullman Private Railroad Car image.
Original Pullman color advertisement. Images show a woman in blue robe pulling the bed down, a gro
Sepia tone copy of Post card of Pullman Avenue, looking south from 113th Street. Now known as Cott
Original J. C. Ferrin postcard dated 4/5/04.
31st Annual Historic Pullman House Tour 2004
Article regarding restoration of 1934 Chevrolet.
2007 Historic Pullman House Tour T-Shirt
Flyer describing activities around the Grand Hobo concert on Sunday, June 18 at Pullman United Meth
Subtitled, "The engineers and entrepreneurs who shaped Britain's railways". 264-page hardcover boo
Color magazine ad showing train speeding through snow covered landscape with small houses in foregr
Original magazine advertisement, unknown publication, copyright 1955, The Pullman Company.
Official Souvenir Programme for the 60th Anniversary of "The Dutch Settlement of Roseland, Chicago"
View of original cricket field next to 647 E. 111th St. - 1910
View east "down the hill" at 111th and Michigan, showing start of parade as it ascends the hill at
14 posters, A Beautiful Neighborhood in Beautiful Chicago Michael A. Bilandic, Mayor.
Volume One, Alphabetical List, No. 282. Photocopy of 12-page article with photographs and illustra
150th Anniversary Chicago Tribune Magazine. Full record available for viewing at the Bertha Ludlam
Biography of the Chicago newspaper man who also wrote Radio scripts.
Original B/W magazine advertisement promoting rail travel, specifically mentioning Pullmans, publis
383 page soft cover book.
Picture postcard with handwritten note on the back 2 1960 Ont. Can. Pullman cars
Newspaper article, 1888, summarizing interview with G. Pullman re: invention of the Palace train ca
Photocopy of article dated August 1981 from unknown publication regarding the last Pullman car.
Tinted Koopman postcard showing view of 111th Street and South Park (now King Drive), 1910.
One sheet (copy) from an unidentified book, talking about growing up on the same block on Prairie A
Article in the Chicago Tribune, December 30, 1939 regarding the Iroquois Theatre Fire.
Biography of Harriet Moody, literary patron in early 20th century Midwest. Hardcover book, 288 pag
Chicago Sun-Times article about President Obama's brief visit to Gwendolyn Brooks College Preparato
Image of the Pullman factory burning the night of December 1, 1998.
Covers topics of museums, collections, and management, including acquisitions, de-accessioning, loa
Hardcover book, page numbers not shown, history of Chicago. Illustrated by Rober E. Barlett. Noted
Copy of an article from the The Pullman News of April 1933, about Pullman travel safety.
Article from South End Reporter, May 30, 1973 showing Pullman locations past and present. Note ima
Novel about the women who worked in the Lowell, Massachuesetts mills in 1849, written by Tracie Pet
Article from the Chicago Tribune about Glorious Gardens Finalist for 2008, Arthur Pearson, a Pullma
Photocopy and type transcript of an essay on the life of George Pullman.
Copy from two undated, unidentified newspaper articles about the 1884 Pullman Building in downtown
Original Pullman magazine ad, unknown publication, copyright 1937, The Pullman Company.
Photocopy of 19-page article from Trains Magazine. Full record available for viewing at the Bertha
Photocopy of 110-page book, relating to life in Pullmantown after Columbian Exposition leading up t
Publication by the Commission on Chicago Historical and Architectural Landmarks, dated June, 1972.
Hardcover book, 253 pages with index, biography of the daughter of Cyrus McCormick.
One-page typed extract from American Gas Light Journal on a trip to Pullman by a group leaving from
Invoice No. 4154-02, dated June 23, 1947, in the amount of $1,134.34 for Unprepared Scrap from A.O.
One page information about the Hotel, cost to build, ownership history, etc.
Collection of historic and original aerial photographs of Chicago.
446 page hard cover book.
159 page hard cover pocket book. A biographical sketch of President Lincoln taken from Abbott's "Li
Framed print of Abraham Lincoln.
Small card from Mrs Pullman and family sent in response to expressions of sympathy related to Georg
One-page, P.O. #23-43262, dated March 8, 1989 for 400 stopper rods, nuts & washers to be repaired a
Dated June 11, 1999, P.O. #7000003033, for cleaning of south tar storage tank
Side-scenes on the Central Pacific Railroad. Internet article from Frank Leslie's Illustration New
Newspaper article with interviews of original residents and info on Historic Pullman Foundation's p
North Elevation, North FactoryWest Elevation. Black and white photograph, Post fire/pre-rebuild.
Best clear view of Lake Vista with reflection of the Administration Building. Allen Wheel Works and
Photograph copy from disc of Clock Tower at time of conversion into warehouse by Kasle Steel Corp.
Detail of the clocktower in 1976 taken from 111th street platform. Photo used by architect Charles
Black and white photograph of post fire/ pre-rebuild Administration Building.
A collection of 90 color images on 3 discs chronicling the raising of the clocktower on Oct. 19, 20
Poem extracted from Vol. 29, Issue 4 of Where the Trails Cross, Fall 1999
View from south showing additional landscaping
Looking North at the Administration Building with Allen Wheel Works and North Pullman in the distan
View from north showing two young girls on road by Lake.
Early view of north wing, Lake Vista in foreground, clocktower on the right.
Black line drawing on cream paper, 1976 by Kretschmann
Photos of building in 1910, 1990, 1998 after the fire.
Field Notes of Charles E. Gregersen, from 1971 and 1973, site dimensions and reconstructed details.
Outside Pullman factory, 1939.
Koopman stereocard "Admiring Nature's Wonders".
Two copies, typed and 2-ring bound Health and Safety Manual published by the Community Services-Hea
Original Pullman magazine advertisement, copyright 1942 The Pullman Company.
Agreement for workers of Local Union No. 3281 at G & W. Electric Specialty Company in Blue Island,
Agreement for workers of Local Union 3281 at the G & W. Specialty Company in Blue Island, IL. Date
Document stating the relationship between The Pullman Company and its Porter and Maid employees.
Civil Defense card giving Air-Raid drill instructions. In the 1950s, these were commonly called "d
Image of Ellie Lee Aston, employee with the Pullman Aircraft Division, standing in the office. Ano
Men congratulating man in uniform (probably WWII from poster behind) with Douglas Logo patch and me
Several men working on undercarriage of aircraft. Stamped on the back of photo "No Objection to Pub
Officers of the Pullman Standard Aircraft Union. They are, from left to right, Jack Cussen, secret
Woman worker standing in front of a press and gauge.
Several specimen adlermanic ballots for 9th Ward election between Dominic Lupo and Norman F. Fabry.
1993 annual report of the Algoma Central Corp.for their three divisions: Marine Group, Algoma Centr
Original Pullman magazine advertisement. Large illustration shows people carrying wrapped presents
Copy of a collection of articles related to touring historic Pullman district.
A handout with information about Pullman and the Historic Pullman Foundation.
Color ad for the Pennsylvania Railroad depicting a family boarding a Pullman railcar assisted by a
HR Koopman stereocard entitled "All Interested? In What? showing a large group of adults and childr
Black and white HR Koopman stereocard showing a train with passenger and baggage cars sitting at a
Original Pullman magazine advertisement. Images show traveler looking out the window in a coach, sl
Subtitled, "Memories, Experiences and Observations of a Chicagoan". Hardcover book, non-fiction, 3
Ca 1890 George Pullman's only business partner at the factory site relocated from Ohio to anchor a
Negative of Wheel Works with Executive Housing on left border. 108th Street in that area was know l
Black and white photo looking east at the Water Tower, flanked by the Allen Paper Wheel Works on th
Soft cover boo, 128 pages, with pictures and illustrations, signed by the author.
Hardcover book, 287 pages, with index and photographs and illustrations. Subtitled "The Great Fire
Collection of material from stage play about George Pullman performed by Organic Theater Company in
Stagebill for play, American Enterprise, about Pullman and the strike, presented by the Organic The
Catalog of the Original American Fire Hydrants since 1888.
Rectangular metal plaque with pediment topped with spread- winged eagle at peak, decorative laurel
The Magazine for Historic and Neighborhood Preservation. Vo. 4. No. 1 January-February 1981
Volume 48, 1947, proceeding of the forty-sixth annual convention. Hardcover, 1,028 pages with inde
a collection of drawings showing various parts. Detail drawing showing cast steel side frame for B
Third edition publication outlines the normal makeup of Amtrak trains as of August 1977.
Original magazine advertisement, 1916.
Report dated February 12, 1999, prepared by the Beman Committee of the Pullman Civic Organization p
Newsletter from the Organic Theater production of An American Enterprise, about the story of George
Book on Underground railroad. For young readers. "Many people know about Harriet Tubman's courage
Book discusses the geology and environment of the Chicago Wilderness region and its various ecologi
This report presents findings, analyses and conclusions regarding the market potential for various
A flyer advertising an event at the Hotel Florence, based on the roaring 20's.
Tenneco Collection: 1889 promotional booklet for Through Line sleeper service from Chicago/Milwauke
12-page booklet describing Pullman, Inc. and its subsidiaries, MW Kellogg Company, Trailmobile Inc.
Newspaper column "Sez You -- Sez I" by Hans B. Schnell, unknown publication. Essay by Robert W. Ba
Photocopy of article with a page on Pullman history. Publication is "official magazine of the Ance
Newspaper article, South End Reporter, January 29, 1975.
Annual Report for 1987. Name reverts back to the Pullman Company.
Original color Pullman magazine advertisement regarding Streamliner owned and operated by Southern-
Original magazine advertisement, unknown publication, copyright 1941, The Pullman-Standard Car Manu
Pullman ad from National Geographic Magazine regarding the anticipation of services expected from t
This is a copy of an article from Chicago History, about the use of federal troops during the Pullm
Original magazine advertisement, unknown publication, copyright 1951, The Pullman Company.