Savage, Vol. XXII, No. 3, Nov., 1943. Monthly publication by Street & Smith
Publications, New York. Doc Savage "book-length novel," The Secret of the Su,
by Kenneth Robeson. Cover by Modest Stein. After the success of The Shadow, Street &
Smith came out with Doc Savage, The Man of Bronze, which came out one month after Standard
Magazine's The Phantom Detective.
Adventures, Vol. 10, No. 8, Aug., 1948. Published monthly by Ziff-Davis, Chicago. Cover by
Walter Haskell Hinton.
Vol. LIX, No. 3, August 23, 1926. The Ridgeway Company, New York. Published twice a month.
Early travel and adventure pulp. Beautiful cover, but uncredited. One of the earliest,
longest running, and best of the pulps.
Wide World Magazine, Vol. LX, No. 358, February, 1928. Stamp on page 3 shows magazine sold
by Regal Stationers, 3107 16th Street, San Francisco. Not quite a true pulp magazine. Pulp
size and format, but with slick paper. Stories considered true, but more than likely
fiction based on true stories.