Pullman Monument supporters hope Labor Day opening of historic clock tower and factory grounds brings recognition and investment

2021-09-01 15:30:22
Still, the porters’ working conditions were, in many ways, untenable. They were tip workers. Porters hardly slept, and when they did, it was sometimes sitting up, in smoking cars, said David A. Peterson Jr., who grew up on the same block as the National A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum, where he is now the executive director.

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