Press: No. 1 Pulp

If it were distinguished for nothing else, Adventure would stand apart from rival "pulps" because its Assistant Editor used to be Nobel Prizewinner Sinclair Lewis; because it was once entirely illustrated by Rockwell Kent; because one of its most ardent readers was Roosevelt I; because it was the first national magazine to print the works of Pulitzer Prizewinner Thomas Sigismund Stribling. Last week Adventure celebrated its first quarter-century by publishing a special anniversary issue of 176 pages.

In 1910 when Theodore Dreiser was editor of all three Butterick magazines (Delineator, Designer, Woman's Magazine),...

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