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Another locus of Chicago’s mighty wealth was Prairie Avenue, where the home of George Pullman, the man behind the booming Pullman Company, once stood. The 7,000-square-foot home was clad in Connecticut brownstone and included a 200-seat theater and bowling alley. It was destroyed in 1922 as the surrounding neighborhood began to decline.
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