: Not really. She was more like a pre-teen Nancy
: Drew back in the 1940s.
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: When Mary Bromfield becam Mary Marvel in the
: 1940's was she a girlie-girl of the times?
: Was she a typical prissy girl of the '40s or
: was she ahead of her time for a female in
: the tradition of Lois Lane and Wonder Woman?
: I've never had access to any of the original
: Marvel Family stories but I'm curious.
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