Pulp Magazine Holdings Directory: Library Collections in North America and Europe
Increasing literacy rates and advanced printing technology gave rise to the pulp magazine in the late 19th century. Affordable, disposable, and commercially in-demand, the fiction magazines remained popular through the mid 20th century, and are now frequently cited by researchers as culturally and historically significant documents. This work is a comprehensive index of American pulp magazines.
Entries are organized alphabetically by magazine title, and offer bibliographic data including author, volume/issue numbers, dates of publication, publisher, and a brief categorization. Each entry also includes a helpful list of current library holdings, if any, among American, Canadian, and European libraries.
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Aerial adventure pulp Austin Baylor University Bowling Green British Library California State University Complete run Denver Public Library Detective Magazine Detective pulp Detective Stories Fiction House Francisco Public Library Green State University incomplete holdings Jan-Mar July June Kent State University Lead character least 1 issue Library of Congress lished listed in catalog Michigan State University Microfilm mystery pulp number of issues numbers not given Ohio State University Pennsylvania State University Popular Publications published by Columbia published by Fiction published by Frank published by Popular published by Standard published by Street Riverside San Francisco Public Science fiction pulp Sports pulp Spring Standard Magazines Story Magazine Street & Smith Summer Syracuse University Texas A&M University University of Arizona University of Calgary University of California University of Georgia University of Queensland University of Texas Unknown number v1n1 Dec Virginia Tech Western pulp Western romance pulp Western Stories Winter