A different story from the one in this issue of Startling Stories.
Also, Pickup Girls of St. Joe
Edit: Added the original painting by Mort Kunstler. However, notice that he re-did the bottom-right corner, replacing the fallen native man with a blonde woman. This modified image was used as the cover of the April 1971 issue of Male magazine.
Also, ‘Massacre in Blood Alley’ and ‘How Hidden Fears Ruin Your Sexlife’
“In 1935, Walter Baumhofer did these three covers for ADVENTURE magazine. We aren’t aware of any particular reason why these paintings were done, such as for a series running in the magazine. Baumhofer and the editor were jusk monkeying around and came up with the idea and ran with it through the year. They are just a delightful trio of paintings and a excellent example of why Baumhofer is considered one of the greatest pulp artists ever.”
Plus, Savanna Georgia: Joytown of the South, and I Don’t Want My Daughter to Marry an American