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Francis Scott Street and Francis Shubael Smith began their publishing partnership when they bought an old fiction magazine. In 1858 they bought the New York Weekly Dispatch, in 1933 they bought some tittles from Clayton Magazine which included "Astonishing Stories". In 1937 Street & Smith discontinued many of their pulp tittles such as "Complete Stories" and "Top-Notch".
Street & Smith stopped publishing pulps and comics in 1949 when sales declined due to the advent of television. They sold many of their tittles to Popular Publications. Conde Nast Publications bought them out in 1959. The company name continued to be used on the sports pre-season magazine until 2007. American City Business Journals acquired the Sporting News and merged Street and Smith in to TSN's annuals.
Street & Smith were responsible for creating such classic pulp characters as The Shadow, The Avenger, Justice Inc, Doc Savage, the Black Fury I, Gadget Man and Red Dragon.
Dynamite publishes The Shadow. DC was publishing The Avenger, Doc Savage, and Justice Inc.
For a list of Street and Smith publication including the pulp work see Wikipedia.org