P9h                 Husband, Joseph, 1885-

        The story of the Pullman car, by Joseph Husband …   Chicago, A.C. McClurg & co., 1917.



qTF457           Beebe, Lucius Morris, 1902-

 B4                          Mr. Pullman’s elegant palace car, the railway carriage that established a new dimension

                        of luxury and entered the national lexicon as a symbol of splendor.   Garden City, N.Y.,

                        Doubleday, 1961.



 .B37               Barger, Ralph L., 1929-

 1988                       A century of Pullman cars / Ralph L. Barger. – 1st ed. – Sykesville, Md. : Greenberg

                        Pub. Co., c1988-

                                Includes bibliographical references.

                                Contents: v. 1. Alphabetical list. – v. 2. The Palace cars.

                                For holdings see shelf list.



 W6                 Wornom, Douglas C    ed.

        Descriptive list of cars of the Pullman Company, March, 1961 with supplements to June 15, 1967.   Chicago, Owen Davies, 1970.



 .M25              Maiken, Peter T., 1934-

 1989                       Night trains : the Pullman system in the golden  years of American rail travel / Peter T.

                        Maiken. – Chicago : Lakes Press, c1989.

                                Includes bibliographical references.



C33                 “Contemporary”—The new Pullman.

v.17                         (In Central manufacturing district magazine.   Chicago, 1933.   v. 17, no. 6, p. 46-49.)




 A24I              Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company.

                                In A tourist sleeper.   [Chicago, 1900]



P96P9             Pullman company, Chicago.

                                Pullman facts.   [Chicago, Pullman company, 1930?]

        CONTENTS: – no. 1. Service you get with your Pullman ticket. – no. 2. The evolution of the Pullman car. – no. 3. The world’s greatest housekeeper. – no. 4. Building a Pullman car. –no. 5. Safety first, last and all the time. – no. 6. Scientific ventilation in a Pullman car. – no. 7. How a Pullman car is lighted. – no. 8. Hidden mechanisms of a Pullman car. – no. 9 The Pullman Bureau of tests. – no. 10. The peripetetics of a Pullman car. – no. 11. Exploding the myth of cheaper European rates. – no. 12. Travel the educator.


P96                  The Pullman Company, Chicago.

                                “No. 9” the story of the first Pullman car and the evolution of travel comfort in 65 years

                        [Chicago, 1924]



A46W            Chicago and Alton Railroad Company.

                                With paste and shears.   A collection of newspaper clippings regarding the parlor and

                        compartment sleeping cars just completed by the Pullman company for use in Chicago-St.

                        Louis service of Chicago & Alton R.R.   Chicago [1891]



P96I                The Pullman Company, Chicago.

1926                        Instructions to conductors.   [Chicago, 1926]



R36B83           Brazeal, Brailsford Reese.

        The Brotherhood of sleeping car porters, its origin and development, by Brailsford R. Brazeal …  Foreword by Leo Wolman.   New York and London, Harper & brothers [1946]

        Bibliography: p. 245-250.



P9p                 Pullman Car Works Standard, v. 1-

                                Pullman, Ill., Pullman Company, 1916-

                                Pictures of exterior and interior of Pullman sleeping car: v. 1, no. 1, p. 4.



 P9                   [Pullman Incorporated, Chicago]

                                Speaking up for Pullman.   [Chicago, 1953?]

                                “Reprinted from the Carbuilder, November, 1953”



 P96P              Pullman Company.

                                Pullman slumbercoach… a new type all-purpose Sleeper-Coach car…designed by

                        Pullman Company.

                                [Miscellaneous pamphlets]



P96-3              Pullman company. Manufacturing department.

                                [Description.]   Chicago, [Rogers & co., printers] n.d.



 .U5B75          Briggs, Martha T.

 1995                       Guide to the Pullman Company archives / by Martha T. Briggs and Cynthia H. Peters. – 

                        Chicago : Newberry Library, 1995.

        Partial contents: Appendix B: Pullman-related collections held by other institutions (p. 773-780)