The Pulp Magazines Project has just posted the first several issues of Amazing Stories. Read the classic pulp magazine edited by Hugo Gernsback in all its scanned-in glory, with stories by H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Edgar Allan Poe, Murray Leinster and more.

7 of the early issues are up right now, including the first six (April 1926 – September 1926) plus one additional issue (December 1926). Minus a few missing page scans, you get all the text, all the ads, all the classic sf goodness…

Amazing Stories was founded by Hugo Gernsback in 1926 and ran through 2005. It is currently being revived.

[via Matt Cheney at The Mumpsimus]

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