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John George M. Glessner photograph collection, 1880s-1890s, bulk 1892-1893.

Mainly views of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition made by amateur photographer Glessner, including 35 platinum photographs in excellent condition. Also includes images of Lincoln Park, Garfield Park, Jackson Park, and South Park; the Potter Palmer residence; Calumet Clubhouse; fires and fire ...

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Pullman (Illinois) and Pullman community of Chicago photograph collection, [ca. 1889-1988]

Primarily includes general views, buildings, street scenes, and industrial scenes from the 19th century model workingman's community of Pullman (Ill.), now part of the city of Chicago. Includes the Administration and Arcade buildings, church, clock tower, Hotel Florence, railroad station and othe...

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Pullman-Standard nitrate negative collection, 1920-1929.

Primarily images relating to Pullman railroad car industry in Chicago. Includes the Arcade building, Calumet shops, a dispensary, Pullman Manual Training School, a store room, a smokestack. Includes a few images relating to the community, including a house and a backyard. Also includes a man with...

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Pullman-Standard photograph collection, 1899-1929.

Photographs of the town and activities of Pullman, Ill. (now a Chicago community) after the death of founder, industrialist and community planner George Pullman. Predominant are exteriors and interiors of industrial buildings, some which show men engaged in labor. Also includes several photograph...

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