All of Williams' cowboy cartoons reflect a down-home humor in a lifestyle that is almost gone. For anyone who has ever lived in a bunkhouse or even in later-day crew quarters, his cartoons immediately bring back memories.
Far from the social correctness of today's world, bunkhouse life was filled with practical jokes and the compromises of living at close quarters. Williams records it well with his gentle sense of humor.
Volumes 3 and 4 are the earliest cartoons (from the 1920s) and Volumes 1 and 2 are from later years. They represent the best cartoons of their day, both in the quality of humor and in the accurate portrayal of cowboy life in that era. Each volume has between 140 and 160 pages.
Softcover, sewn binding, 6" × 7 1/2". Reprinted as part of our Classic Reprint Series.