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3 edition of The Argosy, No. 1, January, 1891 found in the catalog.

The Argosy, No. 1, January, 1891

by W. Charles Wood

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Published by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Reference,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11828209M
    ISBN 101421967944
    ISBN 109781421967943

    Frank Munsey's The Argosy, October Frank Munsey's The Argosy (October ) is considered by many to be the first true 'pulp' magazine, although popular all-fiction periodicals in both England and the US certainly have a much longer history. Monthly issues of Argosy averaged about , words ( pages) per issue on pulp-wood paper with untrimmed edges and no illustrations. Enjoy a seamless visit to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island in New York Harbor. This tour benefits from early reserve-line access for a round-trip ferry trip, as well as an optional early morning departure time that puts you ahead of many sightseers/5(36).

    And getting Dr. Seuss into Argosy is so right that it’s almost beyond words.” The following can be purchased from the Coppervale International website. Vol. 1, No. 1 – Vol. 1, No. 1 Novella – Vol. 1, No. 2 (w/special cover) – Vol. 1, No. 2 Novella – Vol. 1, No. 3 – Vol. 1, . The original Argosy was founded and edited by Alexander Strahan in , and later owned and edited by Ellen Wood.A somewhat racy tone was set from the outset by serializing Charles Reade's novel Griffith Gaunt, which concerns a case of the many well-known contributors were Hesba Stretton, Julia Kavanagh, Christina Rossetti, Sarah Doudney, Rosa Nouchette Carey, Anthony .

    The New Argosy Argosy is a revival of the classic pulp format for the digital age, publishing low-cost, quality pulp fiction in e-book and chapbook formats. Argosy is a digital all-fiction publication of modern pulp, horror, fantasy and science fiction, as well as reprints of . The Argosy. The Argosy was the first pulp magazine and progenitor of an entire medium. It did not begin as a pulp, however, but as a weekly "story paper" titled The Golden Argosy, consisting of youth-oriented fiction and "rags to riches" tales by the likes of Horatio Alger, Jr. and Edward S. was the brainchild of Frank Andrew Munsey, a Western Union telegraph manager who dreamed.


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presents serial archive listings for. The Argosy. The Argosy was "a magazine of tales, travels, essays, and poems", published in London in the late 19th century.

(There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.). Publication History. The first issue of The Argosy appeared in The last appeared in Argosy, later titled The Argosy and Argosy All-Story Weekly, was an American pulp magazine from through[self-published source?] published by Frank Munsey until its sale to Popular Publications in It is the first American pulp magazine.

The magazine began as a children's weekly story–paper entitled The Golden the era before the Second World War, Argosy was regarded Company: Frank A.

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3, March,The Argosy, Vol. LI, No. 2, February. The Argosy Gallery, located on the second floor of the book store, has one of the most extensive collections of antique maps in New York City. A small selection of our materials are available online, but these are merely a sampling of the vast quantity of maps, sea charts, atlases and globes in our collection.

The Argosy Book Store is New York City’s oldest independent d at East 59th Street in Midtown Manhattan, it occupies an entire six-story townhouse with various sales floors specializing in first editions, Americana, leather bindings, antique maps and prints, and autographs. The store, also noted for a wide selection of bargain books, has its own framing and shipping Headquarters: New York City, United States.

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A small selection of our materials are available online, but these are merely a sampling of the many thousands. Argosy All-Story Weekly - Febru - Vol.No. 1 Paperback – January 1, by Howard Cummings, Ray; Bridger, Clay; Brown (Author)Author: Howard Cummings, Ray; Bridger, Clay; Brown.

Argosy - Janu $ $ Argosy - J $ $ Sold out Argosy - J - HJ Ward Cover $ $ Argosy - June 1, $ $ Argosy - Aug $ $ Argosy - December 8, $ $ Argosy All-Story Weekly - Octo Argosy All-Story Weekly [v #1, Janu ] (The Frank A.

Munsey Company, 10¢, pulp, cover by Modest Stein) Fortune Unawares [Part 1 of 4] J. Allan Dunn sl The Blood-Call [Part 2 of 4] Kenneth Perkins sl Doubles and Quits [Part 3 of 7] Elizabeth York Miller n. Our contact phone number is + (0)1fax + (0) 1 Our general e-mail address is [email protected] and individuals can be contacted at [email protected] From the ’s until the early ’s we were a commercial library with outlets throughout the country.

US Magazine established by Frank A Munsey and historically important as the first ever Pulp magazine when it changed format (October ) and switched to pulp paper (December ).

It was published weekly from 9 December as The Golden Argosy, became The Argosy from 1 Decemberwent monthly April Septemberthen weekly, as Argosy Weekly, 6.

The Argosy - Vol. 51, No. 6, June, • Author: Various Aria da Capo • by Edna St. Vincent Millay Ariadne Florentina - Six Lectures on Wood and Metal Engraving • by John Ruskin. By Melissa Hemsley. Bestselling author and home cook, Melissa Hemsley gives you over recipes that focus on UK-grown, easy-to-buy ingredients, cutting down on food waste and putting flavour first.

Eat Green is a helping [ ] Book of the Month - Fiction: January, Gravity is .The Argosy & related magazines. These pages attempt to provide a checklist of The Argosy, generally regarded as the first pulp magazine, and all the other Munsey magazines with which it was connected in its long and glorious history.

It all started in December with a weekly magazine, in newspaper format, called The Golden December the name changed to The Argosy, although.Argosy [v #2, Janu ] (The Frank A. Munsey Company, 10¢, pp, pulp, cover by Gayle Hoskins) 2 Golden Acres [Part 1 of 5] Luke Short sl; possibly as [Part 1 of 6] in the magazine.

24 Neptune’s Poke Frank Richardson Pierce nv 51 Five Parts to the Wind Eric Sharpe ar 52 The Brothers Romano Alexander Key ss 64 Death in the Yoshiwara.