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What being named a ‘national monument’ means for the Pullman community

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President Obama will be in Chicago Thursday to designate Chicago’s Pullman Historic District the state’s first national monument. But what does that mean for the Pullman community?  WGN’s Andrea Darlas spoke to Carla Bruni, a historic preservationist and architectural historian in Chicago who explains why this is a BIG deal for Chicago and the state of Illinois.

Click here for more on Pullman, including a photo gallery, from the Chicago Tribune.

The Pullman Clock Tower and Administration Building in Chicago, in 2012.  (Heather Charles / Chicago Tribune)

The Pullman Clock Tower and Administration Building in Chicago, in 2012. (Heather Charles / Chicago Tribune)

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