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The cover images are a lot less active than the one's seen on men's pulps, while it seems to me that they're a lot more colorful. It was surprising to see Joseph Conrad's name on the November 1919 cover -- I never thought of him as a writer of romantic tales, but a paycheck is a paycheck and that's pretty much what pulp was all about.
These samples are from MagazineArt's Romance, the adventure pulp. There are more examples after the jump, and more at the MagazineArt link.