This has to be a fairly progressive comic to suggest that a woman could run for President in 1944, especially being in the thick of WWII. That must also appeal to Okajima, the young girl who bought this book while interned in a Japanese Internment camp, which the US government designated for many of its Japanese citizens, especially those living on the West Coast. Although the book is detached from the single staple, the page quality pretty much lives up to its pedigree. There's a 1 1/2" upper spine piece out as well as 1" of paper loss on the spine where it pulled from the staple. The interior of the book is complete, clean, firmly attached to the staples as well as the lower spine is in nice shape.
There are no other tears or stains on either covers or pages, although there's a crease that runs the length of the book about 1/2 parallel to the spine. It's an Okajima Pedigree, which is different from all the other Pedigrees (imho) in that it illustrates the fact that this young girl surprisingly embraced the culture who viewed her at that time, as the enemy, which is why thousands like her were placed in Internment Camps. Not only that but I imagine it's safe to assume that there weren't that many female collectors in 1944 who managed to eventually own a Pedigree. Please check out my other listings for more Golden & Silver Age Horror/Sci-Fi, Superhero and Pre-Code comics. The item "Sensation Comics #25 DC 1944 Okajima Pedigree!Peter RARE" is in sale since Sunday, June 04, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Comics\Golden Age (1938-55)\Superhero". The seller is "tomcatlite" and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This item can be shipped worldwide.