Series C: Miscellaneous Scrapbooks, Nov. 6, 1903 - Oct. 10, 1908
Scope and Contents note
Scrapbooks assembled in various Pullman offices on a variety of topics, 1873-1927. Included are volumes containing news about all aspects of company business, 1897-1917; advertisements in newspapers and magazines, 1916-1917, with lists of running Bates; press comments about annual statements, 1925-1926; clippings from European papers regarding the introduction of Pullman service in England, 1873-1878; articles regarding the 1927 U. S. Board of Mediation intervention in an organizing dispute between the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and the company’s Plan of Employee Representation; clippings concerning Pullman rates and the ICC surcharge rate case of 1925; and articles about the Haskell and Barker merger with Pullman and the Pullman Company’s new President, Edward F. Carry.
Scrapbooks have been digitized and are also available on 35 mm. microfilm in the General Reading Room of the library.
- Creation: Nov. 6, 1903 - Oct. 10, 1908
- From the Collection: Pullman Company (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
The Pullman Company Records are open for research in the Special Collections Reading Room; 1 box at a time (Priority III).
Medical records and records of disciplinary action are closed for a period of fifty years after the creation of the record. Such records may be disclosed only to the named individual or his legal representative. Application and service files that may contain medical and disciplinary information will be reviewed and records removed before the files are supplied to a researcher.
Personnel records less than fifty years old and not specified in (1) above are open for research with the user's written assurance that information from the records will be used for statistical or summary purposes only and that no specific names or individually identifiable information will be disclosed. Such information may be revealed only if the individual or his legal representative agrees to its release, or if the individual is deceased.
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