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    • Pullman Workers
    • Two (2) black and white photograph negatives and one (1) envelope sleeve listing photographs. One negative of women in classroom. One negative of woman pointing to Attendance Record sign, Uncle Sam Will Sink Those Subs. 8 x 10. 1940-1950. ...


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    • Pullman Workers; Pullman Standard Car Mfg Company
    • Seven (7) black and white photographic negatives and one (1) envelope sleeve with notations. Negatives show: Joiners Dept., Wood Cabinet Dept., Templet Dept., Pensioners-Paint Dept., Group of men with Savings Bonds, 22 men in suits, 24 men in...


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    • World War I; Pullman Workers
    • Pullman workers at Calumet Shops, crowd in front of building east of 114th and Langley at War Bond rally, 1917.


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    • Pullman Workers
    • 1 black and white photographic negative showing Fire and Watch Department, some men in suits, some in work clothes, in formal pose. Photograph is cropped with black tape. Envelope sleeve is labeled Pullman employee Gardens: and has a list of 10...


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    • Pullman Workers; Pullman Standard Car Mfg Company
    • Five black and white photographs showing Good Housekeeping Trophy Ceremony, held inside factory, location unknown. Pullman-Standard Car Manufacturing Company letterhead, green border and font, addresseede to Mr. J.L. Johnson from H.A. Siep,...


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    • Pullman Workers
    • Six (6) black and white photographic negatives and one (1) envelope sleeve with notations. Negatives show: large crowd in auditorium (2), five men with awards, large group of men at dinner at Sessions Club (3).


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    • Pullman Workers; Pullman Standard Car Mfg Company
    • Assembling metal cars - possibly in building 100 in the 1950s.


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    • Pullman Workers; Pullman Standard Car Mfg Company
    • Black and white photograph of Pullman employees in formal pose in factory shop, location unknown, with award (Good Houskeeping?)


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    • Chicago History; Illinois History; Pullman Porters; Pullman Rail Travel; Pullman Standard Car Mfg Company; Pullman Train Cars; Pullman Workers
    • Two-color magazine produced for employees of the Pullman Standard Co. 29 pages containint employee news and articles about Pullman factory sites around the country.


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    • Chicago History; Illinois History; Pullman Porters; Pullman Rail Travel; Pullman Standard Car Mfg Company; Pullman Train Cars; Pullman Workers; Regional
    • Three-color magazine produced for employees of Pullman Standard Co. 29 pages containing emploee news and articles about Pullman factory sites around the country.


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    • Pullman Workers; Pullman Train Cars; Pullman Standard Car Mfg Company; Pullman Rail Travel; Pullman Porters; Illinois History; Chicago History
    • Four-color cover, two-color interior, magazine produced for employees of the Pullman Standard Co. 21 pages containing employee news and articles about Pullman factory sites around the country.


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    • Pullman Workers; Pullman Standard Car Mfg Company
    • 3 black and white photographs showing employees and award winners at Presentation Ceremony in Building 100.


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    • Pullman Workers
    • Three riveters working on a Pullman Car ca 1949; black and white men working together in the factory.


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    • Pullman Workers; Pullman Company
    • Welders working on car construction about 1910. Note foreman in straw hat and vest watching workers. Company moved from wooden car construction to metal about 1907.


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    • Transfer Table; Pullman Workers
    • Digging out the Transfer Table. Workman shovel snow after major snow storm. Looking SSW towards Langley and 111th. Possibly 1890, but roofline of large building in back could be later Market Hall roofline (1893).


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    • Pullman Workers
    • Workmen in suits and hats stand in front of Pullman Factory main gate (build 1888). This image has often been used as a possible strike photo, date unknown.


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    • Pullman Workers
    • Noon Hour, Pullman, 111th and Champlain c1907. One of a series of photo postcards by photographer, H.R. Koopman, showing the many Pullman workers who poured out of the factory onto 111th street during lunch time. Note produce and sandwich wagons...

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