The website contains complete scans of the old pulps in their original format. If you want to read some Robert E Howard off of first-printing pages, with the original interior artwork, letter columns and advertisements intact, then I'd say you're in luck!
It's a non-profit organization and a growing project, and the Howard pickings are a bit slim for now. You'll find him, at least, in an issue of WT from 1936 and an issue of Fight Stories from 1930.
While their collection isn't that comprehensive so far, it is pretty diverse, with offerings from a lot of mags I've never heard of before.
If any of you fellas have some original pulps and don't mind doing a little scanning (for posterity), I know we'd all appreciate getting some more issues available.
I'm damn excited to start reading these magazines! I have a few reprint pulps, but I never dreamed I'd have the chance to lay my eyes on those fabled, yellowing pages in their original glory. I know the computer is a sorry substitute for the real thing, but I can almost smell those pages coming through the screen!
On a similar note, I've noticed that Wikisource has some WT content on-line too.
They aren't scans of the original pages, like with the Pulps Project, but sometimes the pictures are there.
Edited by Arg0naut, 25 September 2012 - 01:08 AM.