In their admirable mission to keep history alive, the Internet Archive worked with anonymous contributors, The Pulp Magazines Project and The Pulp to scan an amazing collection of Pulp Magazines and put them online for anyone to access at anytime at The Pulp Magazine Archive.
Pulp Magazines were published from 1896 through 1950s, with their popularity peaking in the 1920s and 1930s. These periodicals were known as “the pulps” due to the wood upon which they were printed.
Also, the pulp magazine scanners do NOT MESS AROUND in terms of sharpness, clarity, and you forgetting you’re looking at something printed 75 years ago. https://t.co/46ftNS0qwq pic.twitter.com/aMNgYmjQWv
— Jason Scott (@textfiles) January 2, 2020