Pulp Fiction

Some stats: There are nine cartons here of zingy lurid racy tough gritty and absolutely not pc pulp fiction paperbacks. Of the pocket sized kind, there are 139 books, including 8 Ace Double Novels. The word "dame" occurs, I'm estimating, about 1,500 times.

Other common words include sucker, killer, murder, heck, aw, gun, piece, curves, and dark.

The eight double novels.

My favorite cover may be I Want Out, with its double frame.

The other side of the same books, flipped over and turned upside down. That's how they work. Apparently it's called "tete-beche." The Big Fix takes the cake for me.

The spines.

The edges. Not too shabby.

She's naked, wet, her hair is dry and styled, and she's about to hit this guy over the head with the butt of a gun. Noir has its own logic. Best not to mess with it.

Amazing wonder vehicles (from the group of 16 photos)

6 wheel English lorry for bad roads, copyrighted photo from Eliot Service Co., NY

German fire engine to cross fields or small ponds, copyrighted photo from Eliot Service Co., NY

Promoting the American Landscape in the 1920s 
From a group of 16 press and landscape photos
Some by Underwood & Underwood
A group of press photos promoting the beauties of Colorado, in 1922
Perfect mirror, no i.d.
Lake Keechulue, Washington, by Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
Looks like a double exposure of beavers and loggers at work
Diptych of huge house on the road