Pulp Fiction Magazine Collection
The Pulp Fiction Magazine Collection houses publications that show examples of various types of pulp fiction published in the mid-20th century, which includes titles such as Astounding magazine (1934-1964)—later known as Analog Science Fact & Fiction magazine—and Galaxy magazine (1950-1964). These popular science fiction magazines featured articles by noted writers such as Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, Amelia Reynolds Long, Theodore Sturgeon, A.E. Van Vogt, and C.L. Moore, as well as illustrations by Chesley Bonestell, John Schoenherr, and Jack Coggins. In addition to articles and illustrations, these publications also included a variety of advertisements that revealed the current social values of the period. This included advertisements for Eveready Batteries, Listerine, and Victory Bonds.
- Other: Date acquired: 10/02/2013
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Source of Acquisition
Friends of Ganser Library
Method of Acquisition
Purchased from Philadelphia Rare Book and Manuscript.
Existence and Location of Originals
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Other Descriptive Information
The Papers of illustrator Charles Schneeman held at the University of California at Davis.
- Tremaine, F. Orlin (Tremaine, Frederick Orlin) (Person)
- Campbell, John W. (Campbell, John Wood) (Person)
- Gold, H.L. (Gold, Horance Leonard) (Person)
- Tarrant, Kay (Person)
- Guinn, Robert (Person)
- Gnaedinger, Mary (Person)
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