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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 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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    • Greenstone Church
    • Parsonage of the Greenstone Church. When this photo was taken, the church was a Presbyterian church; it has since become a Methodist church.


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    • Greenstone Church; Arcade Building; Pullman Street Views; Pullman Stables
    • Early photo, prior to 1892, of the Stables building, Arcade row. Note first Market Hall and Greenstone Church in background, and original tower on the stable on right.


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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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    • Preservation/ Architecture (General); Greenstone Church
    • Installing iron gate on Greenstone Church. Pullman resident, builder and architect Ralph Larson, installing iron gates on the church entrance to protect it from graffiti around 1980
    • The Indian, or Mound Builder

    • Indians of North America--Antiquities; Native Americans--Antiquities; Mound builders
    • Descriptions of the manners, customs, dress, manner of living and food of the Native Americans prior to the arrival of European, and other, explorers. Includes photographs and descriptions of Native American tools.


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    • Pullman Street Views; Market Hall; Greenstone Church
    • 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.


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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; 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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    • Transfer Table; Pullman Palace Car Company
    • Glass shops on right, Greenstone Church in distance, Administration Building on left


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    • Pullman Street Views
    • Workmen lunching on Watt (now St. Lawrence) What looks like a water wagon on the right. Greenstone steeple in background. Note chain fence by sidewalk.


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    • Greenstone Church
    • Repairing of the Rose Window (scafolding) also note the enclosed porches on Arcade Row residences, and the park pre-relandscaping.


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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 Street Views; Greenstone Church
    • "Looking North from Presbyterian Church" Children playing in front of church pre-1893 as the greystone manor is not built yet. Note wooden sidewalks.
    • 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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    • Pullman Street Views
    • 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 may way for Palmer Park. Arcade building visible on the right, as is new...
    • View of Pullman and 111th Street in Roseland

    • Factory Site; Pullman Views; Roseland Community
    • View of Pullman and 111th Street in Roseland, looking east from Michigan Avenue to Pullman. In view are Water Tower, Firehouse, Factory site, Hotel Florence, Arcade and Greenstone Church. Men walking down dirt road which is 111th Street. Photo...

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