Sunday Morning Bonus Pulp: All-Fiction, March 1931
From what little I've read of them, the Dell pulps were pretty darned good. ALL-FICTION appears to have been Dell's answer to ADVENTURE, ARGOSY, SHORT STORIES, etc., a general fiction pulp with all sorts of action and adventure yarns in its pages. This issue's cover is by H.W. Reusswig, and while it's a little politically incorrect, I suppose, it's also bursting with the potential for action. I'm not familiar with the author of the lead story, Carl Ogilvie, but I love the title "Senor McHell". Other well-known authors in this issue include Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson, L.G. Blochman, Eugene Cunningham, and Arthur J. Burks. Not a bad line-up at all.