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    The Pulps! on display at the Portland Public Library.

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    Artist: Walter Baumhofer, The Red Skull, from Doc Savage, 1933

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    Artist: Walter Baumhofer, Meteor Menace, from Doc Savage, 1934

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    Artist: Walter Baumhofer, Strong as Gorillas!, from Adventure!, 1940

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    Artist: Hugh Joseph Ward, The Whisperers from Spicy Mysteries, 1942

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    Artist: James Allen St. John, Golden Blood from Weird Tales, 1933

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    Artist: James Allen St. John, Tarzan Lord of the Jungle, from Grosset & Dunlap, 1928

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    Artist: W.P. Soare, Fear Merchants, from Detective Mysteries, 1936

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    Robert Fuqua West Point 3000 A.D. from Amazing Stories November, 1940

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    Artist: Rafael De Soto, She's Too Dead For Me, from New Detective, 1948

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