Artwork of the Day: The Education of Lydia (Artist Unknown)


Unknown Artist

This is from 1966.  Stories about “what really happened” at college were popular during the pulp era, because they both scared and titalated parents while giving the future college students of America something to look forward to.  The author’s name, Charles X. Wolffe, looks like an obvious pseudonym or a house name that many writers shared.  But Beacon Signal only published four books by “Charles X. Wolffe” so he might have been a real person.  Unfortunately ,the identity of the artist responsible for this cover is not known.

2 responses to “Artwork of the Day: The Education of Lydia (Artist Unknown)

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