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Street and Smith Publications Inc.

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 -- The Shadow, Doc Savage, Detective Story and 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. ...


Dime novels

Pulp magazines

Slick magazines

Comic books


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