1. Varady16 (by leifpeng)

    Frederic Varady illustration from Cosmopolitan Magazine August 1954

  2. (via THE THREE MUSKETEERS)

     Released December 9, 1932

  3. And then there was G-8 and his Battle Aces, who lost in sales numbers but beat them all in pure unrefined crazy.

    And then there was G-8 and his Battle Aces, who lost in sales numbers but beat them all in pure unrefined crazy.

  4. And then there was Biggles who won because he made it on Monty Python. 

    And then there was Biggles who won because he made it on Monty Python. 

  5. They called George E. Rochester the most popular air adventures author in the 1930s

    They called George E. Rochester the most popular air adventures author in the 1930s

  6. steammanofthewest:

    The last Frank Reade robot dime novel, Frank Reade Library No. 39, June 17, 1893, Frank Reade, Jr., and His Electric Team: or, In Search of a Missing Man by Noname (Luuis Senarens). The rest of the stories concentrated mostly on airships, submarines and trackless locomotives.

    The Steam Man of the West

  7. Snap, Crackle, Pop…. 1939.

  8. 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

  9. rexparker:

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

  10. "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]

  11. notpulpcovers:

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

    (via raulescobar56)

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