Streamliners, Union Pacific M1000 CB&Q & Burlington Zephyr, meet at the Kansas City Union Depot in 1934
Downtown Skyport, Pier-11, East River, New York City, 1936
Look at all those Pulp titles! The Black Mask, The Spider, The Shadow…
Hollywoodland, a view from Mulholland Drive. The sign was erected in 1923 and its purpose was to advertise the name of a new housing development in the hills above the Hollywood district of Los Angeles. In 1949, either by landslide or by contract with the LA Parks and Recreation department, “LAND” was removed
While not filmed in the “Pulp Era”, Tales of the Gold Monkey had all the trappings.