Thursday, July 28, 2016


 Pullman National Monument is a testament to the American rail car industry, the rise of the labor movement, the lasting strength of good urban design, and the Pullman Porters' struggle for unionization. The Pullman Administration Building is the focal point of the model industrial community. A $250,000 grant will help preserve the exterior as the building is rehabilitated into a visitor center to welcome future generations to Pullman.
Pullman Needs You!
You can vote every day between May 25-July 5 to help the Pullman National Monument  compete for $250,000 in preservation funding towards the development of the Visitor Center at the Pullman Clock Tower
-Vote for Pullman-
For more information or to plan a visit
 to the Pullman National Monument contact: 
Alderman Anthony A. Beale, 34 East 112th Place, Lower Level, Chicago, IL 60628

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