Street and Smith

Street and Smith or Street & Smith Publications, Inc. was a New York City publisher specializing in inexpensive paperbacks, pulp magazines, and dime novels. They also published comic books and sporting yearbooks.

Among their many titles was the SF pulp magazine Astounding Stories of Super Science, acquired from Clayton Magazines in 1933, and retained until 1961. The magazine became Astounding Stories, then Astounding Science-Fiction, and eventually Analog Science Fiction - Science Fact.

Street & Smith was founded in 1855, and was bought out in 1959. The Street & Smith headquarters was at 79 Seventh Avenue in Manhattan.