|Title||How the Lone Ranger Captured Silver|
|Scope & Content||Small color paper cover and eight unbound pages (chapters one through seven with a duplicate of two) containing a story about the Lone Ranger, each distributed weekly as a premium with loaves of Silvercup bread. The story was written by David Arnsan, whom the inside of the cover explains is a sixteen year old boy. The cover is black with a red strip along the edge, and a illustration of Silver. Photos of the Lone Ranger and Tonto are printed on the inside of the cover. An advertisement for Silvercup bread is on the back cover. The cover has a pair of holes along its edge, and each page has two matching dots marked so they can be punched out for binding.|
|Extent of Description||
3.125" x 6.25"