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    Inspired by the iconic ultra-extended letter styles that lined the exteriors of many early 20th century passenger train cars, Pullman is the idea… Read More
    Inspired by the iconic ultra-extended letter styles that lined the exteriors of many early 20th century passenger train cars, Pullman is the ideal typeface for spaces that are short on height but huge on width and begs for some sign-painter styling. Pullman is the perfect display face for luxury packaging, bold advertising campaigns, storefront signage, magazine headlines or branding projects. Pullman is named after the man who ultimately made the sleeping car business profitable in the United States (George Pullman), who began by building a luxurious sleeping car (named Pioneer) in 1865. The Pullman Company, founded as the Pullman Palace Car Company in 1867, owned and operated most sleeping cars in the United States until the mid-20th century, attaching them to passenger trains. Read Less
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