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Banner: Tales From The Vault! Canadian Pulp Fiction 1940-1952
Table of Contents
About Tales From the Vault!
Canadian Pulp Industry
English Pulp Collection
French Pulp Collection
Corrupting Morals
Decline of the Pulps
Effects of the Pulps


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True Police Cases, July 1943

Canadian pulp publishers started out using reprints of American stories, but as demand increased they turned more and more to original stories by Canadian writers. As a result, tales of Canadian criminals, like "Canada's Female Public Enemy," began to appear more prominently in many true-crime pulps. The cover makes use of a tinted and retouched photo against a painted background.

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