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Bookstall with popular literature, late 1940s.

Austria, Maria (fotograaf/photographer)
Uiitgeverij Voetnoot (uitgever/publisher)
year: [ca. 1946]

type: foto
detail: nee
dimensions: 16 x 16 cm.
related terms: kiosken tijdschriften
period: 20e eeuw
D: Geschiedenis van de boekdrukkunst

contents: Populair magazines, most of which started just after WW2, sold from a bookstall, probably in Amsterdam. "Vizier" appeared from 1946 to 1960, and was continued as the well-know radio and television guide "Televizier". "Film en Theater" was a weekly fordrama, music, film, radio en cabaret that had only a short existence between 1945 and probably 1947. The weekly "De Lach" (photographs, humour, reading matter) had existed before the war; it was published between 1929 and 1967. Bookstalls like these no longer exist in theNetherlands. Their role has been taken over by chains such as AKO, De Boekelier and Bruna.

©description: Den Haag Koninklijke Bibliotheek
©reproduction: Uitgever


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