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Last edited on 2014-07-23 21:12:57 by TpnEditor [updated internal link]
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~- //[[LoveStoryMagazine Love Story Magazine]]//
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~- //[[LoveStory Love Story Magazine]]//


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Edited on 2014-04-16 09:19:00 by TpnEditor [fixed link]
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~- //[[AstoundingStories Astounding Stories]]//
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~- //[[AstoundingMagazine Astounding Stories]]//


Revision [715]

Edited on 2014-03-31 20:54:44 by TpnEditor [updated Unknown url]
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~- //[[Unknown Unknown]]//
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~- //[[UnknownMagazine Unknown]]//


Revision [630]

Edited on 2012-03-05 13:44:39 by TpnEditor [fixed spacing]
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In 1959, S.I. Newhouse’s Advance Publications, publisher of the //Staten Island Advance// newspaper, ought the Conde Nast magazine group from the Daily Mirror Group. Later that year, Advance bought Street and Smith Publications (and its pulp legacy). (In 1980, Advance entered the book publishing business by purchasing Random House from RCA. Two years later, Random bought Fawcett Books, which had been owned by pulp publisher [[FawcettPulps Fawcett]]. But in 1998, Advance sold off its book publishing business to Bertelsmann.) Advance shuttered //Mademoiselle// in 2001, after 66 years of publication.
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In 1959, S.I. Newhouse’s Advance Publications, publisher of the //Staten
Island Advance// newspaper, ought the Conde Nast magazine group from the Daily Mirror Group. Later that year, Advance bought Street and Smith Publications (and its pulp legacy). (In 1980, Advance entered the book publishing business by purchasing Random House from RCA. Two years later, Random bought Fawcett Books, which had been owned by pulp publisher [[FawcettPulps Fawcett]]. But in 1998, Advance sold off its book publishing business to Bertelsmann.) Advance shuttered //Mademoiselle// in 2001, after 66 years of publication.


Revision [558]

Edited on 2011-03-30 19:17:52 by TpnEditor [corrected Doc Savage link]
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In 1959, S.I. Newhouse’s Advance Publications, publisher of the //Staten
~- //[[DocSavage Doc Savage Magazine]]//
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In 1959, S.I. Newhouseís Advance Publications, publisher of the //Staten
~- //[[SavageDoc Doc Savage Magazine]]//


Revision [283]

Edited on 2006-04-23 01:42:58 by TpnEditor [corrected Doc Savage link]
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~- //[[AstoundingMagazine Astounding Stories]]//
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~- //[[AstoundingStories Astounding Stories]]//


Revision [237]

Edited on 2006-04-21 00:49:50 by TpnEditor [corrected Doc Savage link]
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===Background===
===Selected publications===
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===History===
===Publications===


Revision [219]

Edited on 2006-04-19 01:54:35 by TpnEditor [added year s&s entered pulp business.]
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Street and Smith Publications Inc. was one of the top pulp magazine publishers. It began publishing dime novels in the 1800s, then began shifting to pulps in 1915. In 1949, it shuttered its last four pulp magazines -- //[[ShadowThe The Shadow,]]// //[[DocSavage Doc Savage,]]// //[[DetectiveStoryMagazine Detective Story Magazine]]// and //[[WesternStoryMagazine Western Story Magazine]]// -- with the summer issues as it bowed out of the pulp business to focus on its slick magazines.
===Post-pulp changes===
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Street and Smith Publications Inc. was one of the top pulp magazine publishers. It began publishing dime novels in the 1800s, then began shifting to pulps in 19XX. In 1949, it shuttered its last four pulp magazines -- //[[ShadowThe The Shadow,]]// //[[DocSavage Doc Savage,]]// //[[DetectiveStoryMagazine Detective Story Magazine]]// and //[[WesternStoryMagazine Western Story Magazine]]// -- with the summer issues as it bowed out of the pulp business to focus on its slick magazines.


Revision [215]

Edited on 2006-04-19 01:48:04 by TpnEditor [corrected titles for western detective story magazines.]
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Street and Smith Publications Inc. was one of the top pulp magazine publishers. It began publishing dime novels in the 1800s, then began shifting to pulps in 19XX. In 1949, it shuttered its last four pulp magazines -- //[[ShadowThe The Shadow,]]// //[[DocSavage Doc Savage,]]// //[[DetectiveStoryMagazine Detective Story Magazine]]// and //[[WesternStoryMagazine Western Story Magazine]]// -- with the summer issues as it bowed out of the pulp business to focus on its slick magazines.
~- //[[DetectiveStoryMagazine Detective Story Magazine]]//
~- //[[WesternStoryMagazine Western Story Magazine]]//
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Street and Smith Publications Inc. was one of the top pulp magazine publishers. It began publishing dime novels in the 1800s, then began shifting to pulps in 19XX. In 1949, it shuttered its last four pulp magazines -- //[[ShadowThe The Shadow,]]// //[[DocSavage Doc Savage,]]// //[[DetectiveStory Detective Story]]// and //[[WesternStory Western Story]]// -- with the summer issues as it bowed out of the pulp business to focus on its slick magazines.
~- //[[DetectiveStory Detective Story Magazine]]//
~- //[[WesternStory Western Story Magazine]]//


Revision [212]

Edited on 2006-04-19 01:39:33 by TpnEditor [revised comics section to: pulp-related comics and links to character pages.]
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==Pulp-related comic books==
~- //[[ShadowThe Shadow Comics]]//
~- //[[SavageDoc Doc Savage Comics]]//
~- //[[BarnesBill Bill Barnes America's Ace Comics]]//
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==Comic books==
~- //[[ShadowComics Shadow Comics]]//
~- //[[SavageDocComics Doc Savage Comics]]//
~- //[[BarnesComics Bill Barnes America's Ace Comics]]//


Revision [166]

Edited on 2006-04-12 18:34:21 by TpnEditor [revised comics section to: pulp-related comics and links to character pages.]
Additions:
In 1959, S.I. Newhouseís Advance Publications, publisher of the //Staten
Island Advance// newspaper, ought the Conde Nast magazine group from the Daily Mirror Group. Later that year, Advance bought Street and Smith Publications (and its pulp legacy). (In 1980, Advance entered the book publishing business by purchasing Random House from RCA. Two years later, Random bought Fawcett Books, which had been owned by pulp publisher [[FawcettPulps Fawcett]]. But in 1998, Advance sold off its book publishing business to Bertelsmann.) Advance shuttered //Mademoiselle// in 2001, after 66 years of publication.
Conde Nast (Advance) donated the editorial records of Street and Smith to [[http://libwww.syr.edu/digital/guides/s/StreetAndSmith/ Syracuse University Library]].


Revision [112]

Edited on 2006-04-10 20:40:27 by TpnEditor [revised comics section to: pulp-related comics and links to character pages.]
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~- //Mademoiselle//
~- //Charm//
~- //Mademoiselle's Living//
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~- //[[MademoiselleMagazine Mademoiselle]]//
~- //[[CharmMagazine Charm]]//
~- //[[MademoisellesLiving Mademoiselle's Living]]//


Revision [110]

Edited on 2006-04-10 18:31:22 by TpnEditor [Italicized magazine titles.]
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Street and Smith Publications Inc. was one of the top pulp magazine publishers. It began publishing dime novels in the 1800s, then began shifting to pulps in 19XX. In 1949, it shuttered its last four pulp magazines -- //[[ShadowThe The Shadow,]]// //[[DocSavage Doc Savage,]]// //[[DetectiveStory Detective Story]]// and //[[WesternStory Western Story]]// -- with the summer issues as it bowed out of the pulp business to focus on its slick magazines.
Street and Smith was founded in 1855 when Francis S. Street and Francis S. Smith purchased //The New York Weekly Dispatch// from Amos Williamson. ...
~- //[[TopNotch Top-Notch Magazine]]//
~- //[[DetectiveStory Detective Story Magazine]]//
~- //[[WesternStory Western Story Magazine]]//
~- //[[ThrillBook Thrill Book]]//
~- //[[LoveStory Love Story Magazine]]//
~- //[[SeaStories Sea Stories]]//
~- //[[WildWest Wild West]]//
~- //[[AirTrails Air Trails Magazine]]//
~- //[[BestDetective Best Detective]]//
~- //[[ShadowThe The Shadow Magazine]]//
~- //[[RicePete Pete Rice Magazine]]//
~- //[[CarterNick Nick Carter Magazine]]//
~- //[[AstoundingStories Astounding Stories]]//
~- //[[CluesDetective Clues-Detective]]//
~- //[[CowboyStories Cowboy Stories]]//
~- //[[SavageDoc Doc Savage Magazine]]//
~- //[[BarnesBill Bill Barnes Air Trails]]//
~- //[[WhispererThe The Whisperer]]//
~- //[[SkipperThe The Skipper]]//
~- //[[PopularThe The Popular]]//
~- //[[CrimeBusters Crime Busters]]//
~- //[[UnknownMagazine Unknown]]//
~- //[[AvengerThe The Avenger]]//
~- //[[WizardThe The Wizard]]// & //[[GormanCash Cash Gorman]]//
~- //[[WesternAdventures Western Adventures]]//
~- //[[MademoiselleMagazine Mademoiselle]]//
~- //[[CharmMagazine Charm]]//
~- //[[MademoisellesLiving Mademoiselle's Living]]//
~- //[[ShadowComics Shadow Comics]]//
~- //[[SavageDocComics Doc Savage Comics]]//
~- //[[BarnesComics Bill Barnes America's Ace Comics]]//
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Street and Smith Publications Inc. was one of the top pulp magazine publishers. It began publishing dime novels in the 1800s, then began shifting to pulps in 19XX. In 1949, it shuttered its last four pulp magazines -- [[ShadowThe "The Shadow,"]] [[DocSavage "Doc Savage,"]] [[DetectiveStory "Detective Story"]] and [[WesternStory "Western Story"]] -- with the summer issues as it bowed out of the pulp business to focus on its slick magazines.
Street and Smith was founded in 18XX by ...
~- [[TopNotch Top-Notch Magazine]]
~- [[DetectiveStory Detective Story Magazine]]
~- [[WesternStory Western Story Magazine]]
~- [[ThrillBook Thrill Book]]
~- [[LoveStory Love Story Magazine]]
~- [[SeaStories Sea Stories]]
~- [[WildWest Wild West]]
~- [[AirTrails Air Trails Magazine]]
~- [[BestDetective Best Detective]]
~- [[ShadowThe The Shadow Magazine]]
~- [[RicePete Pete Rice Magazine]]
~- [[CarterNick Nick Carter Magazine]]
~- [[AstoundingStories Astounding Stories]]
~- [[CluesDetective Clues-Detective]]
~- [[CowboyStories Cowboy Stories]]
~- [[SavageDoc Doc Savage Magazine]]
~- [[BarnesBill Bill Barnes Air Trails]]
~- [[WhispererThe The Whisperer]]
~- [[SkipperThe The Skipper]]
~- [[PopularThe The Popular]]
~- [[CrimeBusters Crime Busters]]
~- [[UnknownMagazine Unknown]]
~- [[AvengerThe The Avenger]]
~- [[WizardThe The Wizard]] & [[GormanCash Cash Gorman]]
~- [[WesternAdventures Western Adventures]]
~- [[MademoiselleMagazine Mademoiselle]]
~- [[CharmMagazine Charm]]
~- [[MademoisellesLiving Mademoiselle's Living]]
~- [[ShadowComics Shadow Comics]]
~- [[SavageDocComics Doc Savage Comics]]
~- [[BarnesComics Bill Barnes America's Ace Comics]]


Revision [95]

Edited on 2006-04-09 23:38:49 by TpnEditor [Added magazine titles to pulps, slicks and comics]
Additions:
~- [[TopNotch Top-Notch Magazine]]
~- [[DetectiveStory Detective Story Magazine]]
~- [[WesternStory Western Story Magazine]]
~- [[ThrillBook Thrill Book]]
~- [[LoveStory Love Story Magazine]]
~- [[SeaStories Sea Stories]]
~- [[WildWest Wild West]]
~- [[AirTrails Air Trails Magazine]]
~- [[BestDetective Best Detective]]
~- [[ShadowThe The Shadow Magazine]]
~- [[RicePete Pete Rice Magazine]]
~- [[CarterNick Nick Carter Magazine]]
~- [[AstoundingStories Astounding Stories]]
~- [[CluesDetective Clues-Detective]]
~- [[CowboyStories Cowboy Stories]]
~- [[SavageDoc Doc Savage Magazine]]
~- [[BarnesBill Bill Barnes Air Trails]]
~- [[WhispererThe The Whisperer]]
~- [[SkipperThe The Skipper]]
~- [[PopularThe The Popular]]
~- [[CrimeBusters Crime Busters]]
~- [[UnknownMagazine Unknown]]
~- [[AvengerThe The Avenger]]
~- [[WizardThe The Wizard]] & [[GormanCash Cash Gorman]]
~- [[WesternAdventures Western Adventures]]
~- [[MademoiselleMagazine Mademoiselle]]
~- [[CharmMagazine Charm]]
~- [[MademoisellesLiving Mademoiselle's Living]]
==Comic books==
~- [[ShadowComics Shadow Comics]]
~- [[SavageDocComics Doc Savage Comics]]
~- [[BarnesComics Bill Barnes America's Ace Comics]]


Revision [94]

Edited on 2006-04-09 17:53:22 by TpnEditor [Laying out the format for the page.]
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===History===
Street and Smith was founded in 18XX by ...
===Publications===
==[[DimeNovels Dime novels]]==
==[[PulpMagazines Pulp magazines]]==
==[[SlickMagazines Slick magazines]]==


Revision [80]

Edited on 2006-04-03 17:34:49 by TpnEditor [Laying out the format for the page.]
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==Categories==
PulpPublishers


Revision [39]

The oldest known version of this page was created on 2006-04-03 16:47:31 by TpnEditor [Laying out the format for the page.]

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