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How The Pulp Gallery is Organized


The pulp images are arranged in the albums alphabetically by title and then listed by date. Generally titles are listed without spaces and longer common words are abbreviated. (For example; adventure=adv detective=det fiction=fi mystery=mys tales=tl) Dates are listed first by year, then month or season and finally by day if the title came out more frequently than monthly. Abbreviations for seasons as follows; Winter=wi, Spring=sp, Summer=su, Fall=fa. So an issue of New Mystery Adventure from June 1936 would be listed as newmysadv193606 UPDATE 05/2008 - the new picture host site, Picasa does not show file names. If you need to see the date of a magazine, you may have to look at the properties (right click) of the picture in order to see the file name.


Detective Fiction Weekly from June 15th 1936, which has a month and day of issue. Since it was published weekly, and would look like detfiweekly19330615.


Often a large amount of scans from a long running pulp title will be placed in their own album for ease of viewing. This may temporarily interrupt the natural alphabetizing flow in the albums, but I believe visually it's worth it!