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[[File:Schoolgirls Picture Library.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Issue 317, cover art by [[Peter Kay]]]]
'''''Schoolgirls' Picture Library''''' was a comic published by [[Amalgamted Press]] from 1957 to 1965. After a merger it became ''June & School Friend Picture Library''.<ref>http://www.comicpriceguide.co.uk/uk_comic.php?tc=schollgpic</ref>
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'''''Schoolgirls Picture Library''''' was a comic published by [[Amalgamated Press]], later [[Fleetway]], from 1957 to 1965, when it was merged into ''[[June & School Friend Picture Library]]''.<ref>[http://www.comicpriceguide.co.uk/uk_comic.php?tc=schollgpic School Girls Picture Library at The Comic Book Price Guide for Great Britain]</ref>
   
As its title suggests it followed the picture library format and contained stories such as "Annette in Wartime France", the Dickensian "Angel of the Backstreets", and "The Peewit Gang" (all three by [[Mike Hubbard]]).
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As its title suggests it followed the picture library format and contained stories such as "[[Annette in Wartime France]]", "[[Angel of the Backstreets]]" and "[[The Peewit Gang]]" (all three by [[Mike Hubbard]]).
   
 
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Latest revision as of 14:51, 13 October 2012

Issue 317, cover art by Peter Kay

Schoolgirls Picture Library was a comic published by Amalgamated Press, later Fleetway, from 1957 to 1965, when it was merged into June & School Friend Picture Library.[1]

As its title suggests it followed the picture library format and contained stories such as "Annette in Wartime France", "Angel of the Backstreets" and "The Peewit Gang" (all three by Mike Hubbard).

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