Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Dubin Pullman Palace Car Co. Car Construction and Registration Books, 1875-1911
Pullman Palace Car Co
Transportation, Division of, NMAH, SI
2.6 cubic feet
8 boxes (volumes)
Ledgers (account books)
In 1867 George Mortimer Pullman (1831-1897) and Ben Field organized the Pullman Palace Car Co. "This company became the world's greatest car-building and car-repairing enterprise, with plants located at Pullman, Illinois (now part of Chicago), and many other places in North and South America and even in Europe,"--Hubbard Freeman in the "Encyclopedia of North American Railroading." These registers and records pertain to the manufacturing end of the company--the Chicago works at Pullman, Illinois.
Records of construction by plant. Includes orders, dates of construction, customers and costs for passenger, dining and freight cars.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Dubin Pullman Palace Car Co. Construction and Registration Books, 1875-1911, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Railroad car builders
THIS COLLECTION HAS BEEN INTEGRATED INTO COLLECTION 181