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    • Pullman Town "Pullman: A Social Study"

    • Pullman Town; Pullman Stables; Pullman Schools; Pullman Palace Car Company; Pullman Houses; Pullman Building; Pullman Bank; Pullman / Labor History; Market Hall; Hotel Florence -- Exterior; Greenstone Church; Factory Site; Beman, Solon Spencer;...
    • Article from original Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Illustrated. A critical look at living in Pullman's utopian community. 15 pages. Black and white. Published in 1889.


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    • Architecture; Lake Calumet; Pullman Houses; Pullman Town
    • Clay brick used in building of Pullman houses. Known as "Chicago Common" but incised with Pullman name. Found when excavating foundation of house at 11304 Forrestville Avenue.


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    • Pullman Town; Pullman Street Views; Greenstone Church; Arcade Park
    • 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.


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    • Pullman Town
    • Town of Pullman seen in the south east (Greenstone Church steeple on left, Clocktower in view, Hotel Florence in center) Roseland in distance on right with Holy Rosary and Elim churches.


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    • Pullman Town
    • Proposed plan of "Pullman City" that is larger than the actual one built - note expanse south past Kensington, east past the train tracks, north to 98th. Map dates before the town plan was finalized. The Casino, Church, and School are not...


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    • Pullman Town; Arcade Building
    • Mid 1880's view looking southeast of Pullman Park, the arcade building and the Greenstone Church.


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    • Pullman Views; Pullman Train Cars; Pullman Town
    • Locomotive at the 108th Street Roundtable at the Pullman factory


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    • Pullman Town
    • Clay brick used in building of Pullman house, of a clay type known as Chicago Common. Incised or stamped with Pullman. Found when excavating foundation of house at 11304 Forrestville Avenue.


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    • Pullman Street Views; Pullman Palace Car Company; Factory Site; Pullman Town
    • Looking North from the Florence Hotel Note: Advertisment on gate for "Rail Road Jake"


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    • Pullman Town
    • Early photo with recently landscaped Arcade park in forfront. Townhouse on left torn down and replaced by "Graystone Mansion". Note original Pullman fence behind the church. Original Porch on hospital, just right of church parish building. Ca 1880


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    • Pullman Town
    • Original Market Hall, built in 1881. Destroyed by fire in 1892. Contained food store, offices and a meeting hall. All fresh food had to be sold only at this location to ensure sanitary conditions. Sign in front of building advertised "April...


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    • Pullman Views; Pullman Town; Market Hall; Greenstone Church; Arcade Building; Aerial Views
    • From the arcade roof looking at the original Market Hall, Greenstone Church, and residences.


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    • Pullman Town; Greenstone Church
    • Black and white postcard of Greenstone Church. Inscription on front of card reads "Greenstone Church M.E. Pullman, Ill.


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    • Pullman Town; 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


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    • Pullman Town
    • Bob's Sugar Bowl, an ice cream parlor. 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. At present (2007) location of "Dig It! Pullman", a resale shop.


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    • Factory Site; Casino Building; Pullman Town
    • Looking east from Cottage Grove, the Casino housed the undertaker and a photographers studio. Demolished probably in the 1920's.


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    • Pullman Town; Arcade Building
    • 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...


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    • Pullman Town; Greenstone Church
    • Looking east. H H Hawley stencils visable near ceiling, Ca 1900 Card notes:Greenstone M E Pullman Church


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    • Pullman Town; Arcade Building
    • 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...


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    • Pullman Houses; Pullman Town
    • Pair of doorknobs and hardware and five door plates. Eastlake in style, taken from house ar 11304 S. Forrestville.
    • Pullman Town Market Hall

    • Market Hall
    • Cross Section New Market Hall, Sheet #4, S. S. Beman Architect. Photographic copy of original architectural drawing from the office of Solon S. Beman, Architect, showing details of New Market Hall building construction.


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


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    • Pullman Town; Architecture; Arcade Building
    • 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


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    • Pullman Town; Lake Calumet
    • Postcard of Harley Davidson enthusiasts pose in front of Lessen's Buffet, near Lake Calumet. Predeccessor to Lassen's Tap in Homewood.


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    • Pullman Views; Pullman Town; Hotel Florence -- Exterior; 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.

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