Image ID
ICHi-050269
Headline
Pullman aluminum car at Century of Progress
Title (of Artwork/Object)
Aluminum Car, Washroom detail, interior designed by Samuel Marx for Pullman
Date Depicted
circa 1923-1936
Date Created
1933
Creator
Trowbridge, Raymond W., d. 1936
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
glass negatives
Copyright Notice
No known copyright restrictions.
Credit Line
Chicago History Museum, ICHi-050269; Raymond W. Trowbridge, photographer
Inventory Number
1665.1991 Box 159 #17; X.1665.1991
Storage Location
Raymond W. Trowbridge glass negatives collection, Box 159
Acquisition Source
Gift of Edward Hedrich and Kenneth Hedrich, 1961
Horizon Bib. No.
00004869
Max Pixels - Height
5171
Max Pixels - Width
3698
KEYWORDS
Century of Progress International Exposition (1933-1934 : Chicago, Ill.)
Chicago (Ill.)
1665.1991 Box 159 #17
transportation
trains
i50269.tif
Pullman, George M.
bathrooms
interiors
lavatories
restrooms
toilets
washrooms
events
mirrors
models
World's Fair
technology
built environments
Trowbridge, Raymond W.
X.1665.1991
i050269
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pullman aluminum car at century of progress

Washroom detail in aluminum train car named the George M. Pullman, displayed at the Century of Progress in Chicago in 1933. The car or photo is described as being for the architect and designer Samuel Abraham Marx.

Washroom detail in aluminum train car named the George M. Pullman, displayed at the Century of Progress in Chicago in 1933. The car or photo is described as being for the architect and designer Samuel Abraham Marx.

1/3/2007