1. steammanofthewest:

    Boy hero dime novel, Pluck and Luck No. 60, July 26, 1899, The Boy Mail Carrier; or, Government Service in Minnesota by An Old Scout (Cornelius Shea?). Reprinted in No. 543 (1908).

    The Steam Man of the West

  2. rexparker:

    I want to go to here. (Binghamton Press, 1923)

  3. "Publicity for Prodigal Daughters, 1923. Gloria Swanson proclaims the new creed of youth to her father, Theodore Roberts.”

    [Photo and caption from “The Movies: Revised & Updated Edition of the Classic History of American Motion PIctures by Richard Griffith,  Arthur Mayer & Eileen Bowser” 1981]

  4. notpulpcovers:

    Fantastic Novels Magazine / Illustration 4 http://flic.kr/p/nFi6ts

    (via raulescobar56)

  5. Arthur Rackham “Undine” (1909) - Bertalda (by Plum leaves)

  6. Really Betty? Really.

    Really Betty? Really.

  7. steammanofthewest:

Highwayman action penny dreadful, Dick Turpin No. 9, 1936 from Editorial Ramón Sopena, Barcelona, La Victoria de Polperro (the Victory of Poolperro), anonymous (Charlton Lea), cover by Robert Prowse. Reprint with original cover of Dick Turpin No. 60, 1904, A Midnight Raid. Poor Filby Bilby (called Fillipón in the reprint) trips over the chain and into the hole. “Dick, ringing a shout of defiance and firing his pistol, cleared man, chain and pit.”
The Steam Man of the West
steammanofthewest:

Highwayman action penny dreadful, Dick Turpin No. 9, 1936 from Editorial Ramón Sopena, Barcelona, La Victoria de Polperro (the Victory of Poolperro), anonymous (Charlton Lea), cover by Robert Prowse. Reprint with original cover of Dick Turpin No. 60, 1904, A Midnight Raid. Poor Filby Bilby (called Fillipón in the reprint) trips over the chain and into the hole. “Dick, ringing a shout of defiance and firing his pistol, cleared man, chain and pit.”
The Steam Man of the West
    steammanofthewest:

Highwayman action penny dreadful, Dick Turpin No. 9, 1936 from Editorial Ramón Sopena, Barcelona, La Victoria de Polperro (the Victory of Poolperro), anonymous (Charlton Lea), cover by Robert Prowse. Reprint with original cover of Dick Turpin No. 60, 1904, A Midnight Raid. Poor Filby Bilby (called Fillipón in the reprint) trips over the chain and into the hole. “Dick, ringing a shout of defiance and firing his pistol, cleared man, chain and pit.”
The Steam Man of the West
steammanofthewest:

Highwayman action penny dreadful, Dick Turpin No. 9, 1936 from Editorial Ramón Sopena, Barcelona, La Victoria de Polperro (the Victory of Poolperro), anonymous (Charlton Lea), cover by Robert Prowse. Reprint with original cover of Dick Turpin No. 60, 1904, A Midnight Raid. Poor Filby Bilby (called Fillipón in the reprint) trips over the chain and into the hole. “Dick, ringing a shout of defiance and firing his pistol, cleared man, chain and pit.”
The Steam Man of the West

    steammanofthewest:

    Highwayman action penny dreadful, Dick Turpin No. 9, 1936 from Editorial Ramón Sopena, Barcelona, La Victoria de Polperro (the Victory of Poolperro), anonymous (Charlton Lea), cover by Robert Prowse. Reprint with original cover of Dick Turpin No. 60, 1904, A Midnight Raid. Poor Filby Bilby (called Fillipón in the reprint) trips over the chain and into the hole. “Dick, ringing a shout of defiance and firing his pistol, cleared man, chain and pit.”

    The Steam Man of the West

  8. michaelallanleonard:

    Norm Saunders, 1927

  9. Art from the inside covers of the volumes of The New Junior Classic , PF Collier and Son, 1938 edition, and the books in the series. Art from the inside covers of the volumes of The New Junior Classic , PF Collier and Son, 1938 edition, and the books in the series.
    Art from the inside covers of the volumes of The New Junior Classic , PF Collier and Son, 1938 edition, and the books in the series.

    Art from the inside covers of the volumes of The New Junior Classic , PF Collier and Son, 1938 edition, and the books in the series.

  10. The New York Family Story Paper, September 1, 1884.

  11. madscienceistclub:

Amazing Stories Quarterly, 1928, containing The Menace by David H. Keller M.D. one of the most bizarre racist works of fiction ever written. 

Indeed, at one point in the story a group of African scientists try to use super science to turn all of New York into black people but are thwarted by the Presbyterian hero of the story notable for his strange obsession with keeping his teeth pearly white (he mentions not wanting to smoke or drink wine so he can keep their pearly luster on four separate occasions during the short story.) 
    madscienceistclub:

Amazing Stories Quarterly, 1928, containing The Menace by David H. Keller M.D. one of the most bizarre racist works of fiction ever written. 

Indeed, at one point in the story a group of African scientists try to use super science to turn all of New York into black people but are thwarted by the Presbyterian hero of the story notable for his strange obsession with keeping his teeth pearly white (he mentions not wanting to smoke or drink wine so he can keep their pearly luster on four separate occasions during the short story.)  madscienceistclub:

Amazing Stories Quarterly, 1928, containing The Menace by David H. Keller M.D. one of the most bizarre racist works of fiction ever written. 

Indeed, at one point in the story a group of African scientists try to use super science to turn all of New York into black people but are thwarted by the Presbyterian hero of the story notable for his strange obsession with keeping his teeth pearly white (he mentions not wanting to smoke or drink wine so he can keep their pearly luster on four separate occasions during the short story.) 

    madscienceistclub:

    Amazing Stories Quarterly, 1928, containing The Menace by David H. Keller M.D. one of the most bizarre racist works of fiction ever written. 

    Indeed, at one point in the story a group of African scientists try to use super science to turn all of New York into black people but are thwarted by the Presbyterian hero of the story notable for his strange obsession with keeping his teeth pearly white (he mentions not wanting to smoke or drink wine so he can keep their pearly luster on four separate occasions during the short story.) 

  12. http://pulpgen.com/pulp/downloads/getpdf.php?id=1772

    Fantastic Adventures, 1948 Spirit of the Keys by Chester S. Geier.

    Kirby’s typewriter was no ordinary typewriter — it seemed to have a strange power…

  13. Frank Merriwell’s Handicap The Heroism of Elsie.
Before the series is over Frank marries Inea, the one on the ground who swooned. 

    Frank Merriwell’s Handicap The Heroism of Elsie.

    Before the series is over Frank marries Inea, the one on the ground who swooned.