For Whom were our Parks and Public Schools Named?
George Buchanan Armstrong School of International Studies
2110 W. Greenleaf Ave., Chicago, IL 60645
George Buchanan Armstrong (1822-1871): developed railway postal service. Armstrong was born in Ireland and moved to Chicago in 1854. He became the Assistant Postmaster and helped to develop a railway postal service. Armstrong was appointed Chief of Bureau of Railway Mail Service in the United States.