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Lucile E. McCombs (June 2, 1890 - Aug 1967) was the owner and editor of McCombs Publications, Inc. (previously known as Golfing, Inc. and Home Guide Publications). McCombs only published two titles, Crown Comics, which ran for 19 issues from 1945 to 1949, and Love Problems and Advice Illustrated, which ran about 5 issues in 1949 before being sold to Harvey Comics.

From 1945 to summer 1946, the editorial offices were located in Dearborn, Michigan; later they were located in New York City. It is likely that McCombs lived in each location during those times. Sometime after leaving comics, she and her husband William moved to Western Pennsylvania.

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