Kids Reading Comic Books, 1946

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My daughter and her friends will know the exhilaration of spending summer days sifting through stacks of books and comics. If I have to open my own store and lose money steadily over several years to make it happen, so be it.

Easton Avenue in Wellston, Missouri, once a thriving business district, is now an “urban ghost town.”

(All images via Comic Pix Jones)

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2 Responses to “Kids Reading Comic Books, 1946”


  1. 1 leftylimbo September 18, 2013 at 5:11 am

    Dood. Did you read that caption? Miss Taylor has a turnover of 1,000 to 2,000 comics a week. A week. Holy crap man, I never knew comics were that much in demand at the time. It would be interesting to graph her turnover over the years. I wonder if and when sales started to plummet.


  1. 1 A&M Comics and Books, 1978 | 2 Warps to Neptune Trackback on July 3, 2014 at 3:51 pm

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