Full indicia for first time in a Roy Rogers comic.
Inside front cover: B&W, posed photo, close-up, Roy and original Trigger
Original copyright, November 28, 1947, in name of Roy Rogers: B 109939.
Du Bois submitted story November 4, 1946.
Writer has Roy calling female "sister", a common terminology of the era.
Albert Micale has taken over as full-time artist.
Two-pages, illustrated text, Western history. Submitted by writer, June 13, 1947.
Copyright is in name of Oscar Lebeck, with the Western Co.
It is believed that the first three of these stories were either submitted as "Bunkhouse Harmonies", or the first four tales were not written by Du Bois, and his "Bunkhouse Harmonies" were not used.
Inside back cover: B&W, posed-for-comics photo (as if film still), shows Roy, on filming location, entering cabin, six-shooter in hand. Photographer accidentally captured film crew man in background.
Back cover: Color shot from series taken of Roy, in black hat, with daughters. Roy is explaining something about a lariat.