It's freezing here in Los Angeles this morning, but I know it's nothing compared to what the rest of the country is experiencing. Here are some pulp covers to keep you toasty.
I had the hardest time finding covers with a fireplace theme. I guess most magazines considered being out in a blizzard was a more exciting cover theme rather than inside out of the elements, where most smart people would be.
Some of these covers are necessarily comforting, but at least they're warm.
And of course we start with one of the ladies' favorites: the famous lumberjack of ADVENTURE. Imagine: a lumberjack that reads!
ADVENTURE, June 18, 1919
FAR WEST ILLUSTRATED, January 1928
RANGELAND ROMANCES, June 1935
WEIRD TALES, April 1937
FIRESIDE GHOST STORIES, Dec. 1937
WEIRD TALES, August 1938
RANCH ROMANCES, February No. 2, 1940
RANCH ROMANCES, February No. 2, 1941
RANGELAND ROMANCES, March 1946
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