Cabinet 1: US Pulps
Weird Tales. New York: Weird Tales, May 1952; Eerie Stories. Facsimile reprint ed., Silver Spring, Md: Adventure House, 2005.
Weird Tales was owned by J. C. Henneberger and J. M. Lansinger, who also published Detective Tales and College Humour! In its first incarnation, Weird Tales ran from 1923 to 1954, and contained a full range of fantasy, science fiction, and weird-menace stories. Eerie Stories was a competitor to Terror Tales and Horror Stories, and this particular issue carries stories such as ‘Virgins of the Stone Death’, ‘Rehearsal with Doom’, and ‘Mate of the Beast’. This facsimile edition features the cover art of Norman Saunders.
* full call references are in the ‘Pulp Fiction’ hand-list (in PDF format).