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Donald O'Toole memoirs and commentaries

Autobiographical chapters discuss Irish American family and community life in the Woodlawn community of Chicago, Ill., ca. 1909-1920s, the author's boyhood, and his career in the 1930s in real estate development in the Chicago area. The commentaries discuss race relations during World War II and after, the Princeton Park Homes, the Pullman community, and public housing policy from the 1940s

Pullman Company Records

Records of this railroad sleeping-car operator and manufacturer. The Pullman Company (originally Pullman's Palace Car Company) revolutionized rail travel, dramatically increased employment opportunities for African Americans who served as porters on its cars, and had a significant impact on the American labor movement. Records for the entire firm are included until the mid-1920s division into operating and manufacturing companies; after