John, forgive my use of the name Brewster which I only used because I wanted to mention a dark green shade, and forgot it is not a name used by the New Haven. Using color names is something like a discussion with my wife over whether we should paint a room "Shamrock", "Isle of Pines". "Hunt Club" or "Country Squire", all of which are very similar dark greens sold by Sherwin Williams. Arthur Dubin wrote about how when Pullman changed its car color from brown to green, it developed a dark olive green originally called Brewster Green but later referred to as Pullman Green. And I've read that there is disagreement over whether Pullman Green changed over time. Some say the standard never changed but others say different manufacturers led to changes as did factors such as the change to automotive enamel rather than linseed oil or a desire for cheaper, more durable or easier to use ingredients . New Pullman and Old Pullman have been said to have been used with Old Pullman also referred to as Brunswick Green. In short, I have a hard time talking about colors by using names, including Hunter Green.