When the pulps started, they carried all kinds of fiction and attempted to appeal to the broadest possible market. It wasn't long before specialized pulps, dedicated to one kind of story or to stories about a single class of subjects, came out; but the general fiction pulps survived for many decades.
  • Ainslee's Magazine 44 photos Ainslee's Magazine
  • All-Story, one of the first general-fiction pulps 82 photos All-Story, one of the first general-fiction pulps
  • Argosy, the best-known general-fiction pulp 203 photos Argosy, the best-known general-fiction pulp
  • Blue Book 7 photos Blue Book
  • Complete Stories 1 photo Complete Stories
  • Golden Book 54 photos Golden Book
  • People's Magazine 1 photo People's Magazine
  • Popular Magazine 1 photo Popular Magazine
  • Top-Notch 7 photos Top-Notch
  • Young's Magazine 8 photos Young's Magazine