From left to right, Allen Paper Wheelworks, Water Tower, and Corliss Building.
18 men sitting on the west-facing porch of a small frame building near 109th and Vernon near the site of the Pullman dog racing track. Black man in uniform holding the bat may be Jamaican or Honduran? The cricket team practiced on the SW corner of 111th & Langley for a time.
Framed and matted print of Solon Beman and Nathan Barrett beside Lake Vista c. 1890
Early image showing Forrestville Ave. with commercial buildings on west side and the Arcade Building in the background. Note smoke stack on left…a laundry was once located here.
Three baggage car and chair car interior views. Plan numbers P13175, P13177, and P13179.
Inscription on back: “In 1917, the Pullman Company rebuilt three sleeping cars as traveling laboratories for the American Red Cross. They were used to control epidemics and were named for doctors who made important contributions in the field of communicable diseases: Reed, Metchinkoff, Pasteur. The 1913 model, also a rebuilt Pullman, was operated by the ‘Asociation Mexicana de la Cruz Roja’– the Mexican Red Cross.”