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ccus_os0009-02 finds Pirate Gold
Title taken from The Carl Barks Library (page 01A-019). Information on Barks's pages and Homer Brightman taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 106). The quote is taken from Carl Barks (article?) "Foreword", published by Walt Disney (page 13-14).

ccus_os0029-01 and the Mummy's Ring (Detailed backstage information)
Information on caricature taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 106). Information on the editor's script suggestions taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 30).

ccus_os0029-02 in "The Hard Loser"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-106. Appearances information by Daniel van Eijmeren,

ccus_os0029-03 in "Too Many Pets"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-106.

ccus_os0048-x1 in "Porky of the Mounties"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-130. Information taken from Kim Weston article "My Secret Life By Scrooge McDuck - Or, The Unpublished Carl Barks", published in Funnyworld no. 16 (1975).

ccus_os0062-02 in Frozen Gold
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-106. Information on (possible) continuation in another story is taken from an e-mail by Halsten Aastebol, sent to the Disney comics Mailing List on 6 August 1998.

ccus_os0062-03 in Mystery of the Swamp (Detailed backstage information)
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-106. Barks's recollection on the making of the story is taken from a compilation of "the text of 1976 and 1983 interviews", published in the Carl Barks Library (page 01B-417). Information on Stephen Eberhart article and running man with webbed feet is taken from a xerox of one page of The Barks Collector 21, supplied by Harry Fluks in a letter dated 6 February 1991. Information on the Everglades taken from an e-mail by Don Rosa, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 25 December 2000 (digest Vol01#363). Information on (possible) continuation of another story is taken from an e-mail by Halsten Aastebol, sent to the Disney comics Mailing List on 6 August 1998.

ccus_os0079-01 and The Riddle of the Red Hat (Detailed backstage information)
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-125. Barks' quote from the 1970 letter to Donald Ault is taken from the Carl Barks Library (page 1B-376). Information on the similarities with "Love Trouble" is taken from an e-mail by Klaus Harms, sent to the Disney-Comics Mailing List on 02 January 1998, according to this e-mail the discovery was done by Bruno Diepen and Hans Kiesl "years or decades ago". The given examples are from 'research' by Daniël van Eijmeren. Scans of "Love Trouble" and "Red Hat" pictures by Daniel van Eijmeren. The "Love Trouble" picture is one of the more striking similarities. "Red Hat" picture coloured by Daniel van Eijmeren. Art for "Love Trouble" taken from a Dutch "Dreft" giveaway, October 1978 (page 10), art for "Red Hat" taken from the Carl Barks Library (page 6A-161). Dates of dailies are taken from xeroxes, supplied by Harry Fluks in 1998. Appearances information on Whoosit by Daniel van Eijmeren, 27-04-2001.

ccus_os0108-01 in "The Terror of the River!!"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-106. Title taken from The Carl Barks Library (page 01B-321). Barks' quote taken from a compilation of "the text of 1976 and 1983 interviews", published in the Carl Barks Library (page 1B-362). Picture taken from Dutch "Beste Verhalen" album No. 36. The possibly changed first page is a discovery by Harry Fluks, while browsing through The Carl Barks Library during a visit to Daniel van Eijmeren in 1997 / early 1998.

ccus_os0108-02 in "The Firebug"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-106. Barks' quote taken from a compilation of "the text of 1976 and 1983 interviews", published in the Carl Barks Library (page 1B-362). Supplemented with Kim Weston article "My Secret Life By Scrooge McDuck - Or, The Unpublished Carl Barks", published in Funnyworld no. 16 (1975). Information on Caballeros jail story taken from an e-mail by Daniel van Eijmeren, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 7 July 2001 (Vol01#598). Identification of Caballeros jail story taken from an e-mail by David Gerstein, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 8 July 2001 (Vol01#599).

ccus_os0108-03 in "Seals Are So Smart!"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107.

ccus_os0108-u01 The Firebug [lost cut material]
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107. Information taken from Inducks, 8 December 2003.

ccus_os0147-01 hats and huge sombrero
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107.

ccus_os0147-02 in "Volcano Valley"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107. WWII reference taken from an e-mail by Daniël van Eijmeren, sent to the Disney comics Mailing List on 8 February 1998. Swastika reference taken from an e-mail by Daniël van Eijmeren, sent to the Disney comics Mailing List on 8 February 1998. Information on Donald's car being described in this story taken from an e-mail by Halsten Aastebol, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing on 16 May 2001 (Vol01#535). Information on automobile puns by Merlin Haas, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing on 18 June 2001 (Vol01#580); and an e-mail by Don Rosa, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing on 18 June 2001 (Vol01#581). In his e-mail, Merlin suggested "Paclac = Pontiac (or maybe Cadillac?)". Don Rosa replied to Merlin with the "gag-combo" information.

ccus_os0159-01 and the Ghost of the Grotto
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-107. Information on "landmark" taken from an e-mail by Francois Willot, sent to the Disney comics Mailing List on 11 January 1998. I haven't searched for the original source yet.

ccus_os0159-02 in Adventure "Down Under"
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-107. Title taken from The Carl Barks Library (page 01B-447).

ccus_os0178-01 big visors add snap to a car
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107.

ccus_os0178-02 Christmas on Bear Mountain
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107.

ccus_os0178-04 two ways to find donald duck
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107.

ccus_os0178-05 modern kitchen tryout
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107.

ccus_os0189-00 skeleton hand holds sword
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 107).

ccus_os0189-01 two old crowes
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 107).

ccus_os0189-02 in "The Old Castle's Secret"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107. Barks' words are taken from a compilation of "the text of 1976 and 1983 interviews", published in the Carl Barks Library (page 1B-362). Information on Dismal Downs castle is taken from Thomas Andrae and Geoffrey Blum article "The Far Away and Long Ago", published in the Carl Barks Library (page 1A,249). WWII reference taken from an e-mail by Carey Furlong, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 30 January 2001 (Vol01#394). Reference to death taken from an e-mail by Olivier, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 21 June 2001 (Vol01#585). Information on 1947 Hemet News photograph of Barks by Daniel van Eijmeren, based on Geoffrey Blum article "Letters From the Duck Man - Part One: First Contact" in The Carl Barks Library of Walt Disney Comics and Stories in Color" No. 4. Information on invisibility gimmick taken from Thomas Andrae article "The Animation Years", published in the Carl Barks Library (07B-429).

ccus_os0189-03 horseshoes and bad luck
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107.

ccus_os0189-04 beanz in jar
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-107. Information on similarity between Barks' and Taliaferro's gag taken from an e-mail by Gerd Syllwasschy, sent to me on 15 November 2000.

ccus_os0199-00 bullets bounce off sheriff's badge
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-107.

ccus_os0199-01 awful scared of broken windows
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-108. Description and appearances information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 15-04-2001.

ccus_os0199-02 in "Sheriff of Bullet Valley"
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-108. Congruences information on WDC 102 by Daniel van Eijmeren, 29-11-2000. Congruences information on US 69 is common knowledge? Congruences information on Northwest Mounted is taken from the Carl Barks Library (set 1?).

ccus_os0199-03 pretending to be sick
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-108. Description by Daniel van Eijmeren, 15-04-2001.

ccus_os0199-04 worm holes test
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-108. Description and appearances information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 15-04-2001.

ccus_os0203-00 sunglasses and golden christmas tree
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108.

ccus_os0203-01 christmas shoveling
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108.

ccus_os0203-02 in "The Golden Christmas Tree" (Detailed changes information)
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108. Additional information and Barks quotes from 1983 interview are taken from Thomas Andrae article "The Expurgated Barks", published in The Carl Barks Library (page 3B-518); Kim Weston article "My Secret Life By Scrooge McDuck - Or, The Unpublished Carl Barks", published in Funnyworld no. 16 1975.

ccus_os0203-04 unbreakable toys
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108. Detail about bomb by Daniel van Eijmeren, 04-09-2002.

ccus_os0203-05 swell christmas tree ornaments
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108.

ccus_os0223-00 square eggs and square chicken
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-10.

ccus_os0223-01 awful tight tuxedo
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108.

ccus_os0223-02 in "Lost in the Andes!" (Detailed backstage information)
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108.
Quote from January 15, 1969 letter taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 108).
Quote of 1975 interview is taken from "I Never Followed The Rules Very Closely" article, published in The Comics Journal No. 227, 2000 (page 61). In this article, Barks' answer is quoted with some different words in comparison with The Carl Barks Library (page 1C-657). Information on the half page view and 1983 interview are taken from the article "A Matter of Perspective", published in The Carl Barks Library (page 1C-656).
The information on Rosa's sequel is taken from an e-mail by Don Rosa, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 23 April 1997.
The Geoffrey Blum articles "Gracious Living in Plain Awful" and "The Square Egg Coincidence" (published in The Carl Barks Library) are the source for the information on "Saludos Amigos" (page 1C-652), Saki's "The Square Egg" book (page 1C-657) and unproduced cartoon "The Square World" (page 1C-658).
The 'discovery' of the songs is taken from an e-mail by Mattias Hallin. The information on "Carry Me Back to the Old Virginny" is taken from an e-mail by Wilmer Rivers. Both e-mails were sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 24 March 1997.
Information on looking up "lost in the Andes" during one of Joseph Cowles early 1960s visits, taken from an e-mail by Joseph Cowles, sent to me on 4 August 2000.
Information on dialogue changes taken from an e-mail by David Gerstein, sent to the Disney comics Mailing List on 9 July 1997; this research is based on the story's appearance.
Information on Hector Hugo Munro (Saki) and "The Square Egg" taken from an e-mail by Nils Lid Hjort, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 18 April 2001 (digest Vol01#484).

ccus_os0223-03 television fight
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108.

ccus_os0223-04 bowling babysitter
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108.

ccus_os0238-00 ducks scared of shrunken man
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108.

ccus_os0238-01 putting wax on too thick
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-108.

ccus_os0238-02 in "Voodoo Hoodoo"
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-108. The preliminary study used as illustration and the information on the Zombie's eyes taken from the Carl Barks Library (page 2A-016). Congruences taken from Thomas Andrae article "A Carl Barks Filmography", published in the Carl Barks Library (07B-499).

ccus_os0238-03 playing games with daisy
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0238-04 one ice cream cone each
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-109. Congruences information taken from an e-mail by Francois Willot, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 8 July 2001 (Vol01#599).

ccus_os0256-00 polar bear and kayak
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0256-01 toys burning in fireplace
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0256-02 in "Luck of the North"
Information on Dana Coty taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 109). Detail about eyes by Daniel van Eijmeren, 03-09-2002.

ccus_os0256-03 kids find christmas presents
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0256-04 box of tools for christmas
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0263-00 frightened ducks on totem pole
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0263-01 quiet!
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0263-02 in "Land of the Totem Poles"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109. Congruences taken from Thomas Andrae article "A Carl Barks Filmography", published in the Carl Barks Library (07B-500).

ccus_os0263-03 in "Trail of the Unicorn"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0263-04 movie ticket office
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0263-05 bet dog won't bring back stick
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0275-00 king's trone and a catapult
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0275-02 "in Ancient Persia"
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-109. Information on reference to death taken from an e-mail by Harry Fluks, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 21 June 2001 (Vol01#585).

ccus_os0282-00 parrot using adding machine in safe
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0282-02 and "The Pixilated Parrot"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-109.

ccus_os0291-02 in "The Magic Hourglass"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-110. Information on Scrooge fortune taken from a yet-to-be-rediscovered comment in Dutch Wim van Helden book "Carl Barks en de Mythe van Walt Disney's Donald Duck". That comment also contained the result of the calculation.

ccus_os0300-02 in "Big-top Bedlam"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-110.

ccus_os0308-02 in "Dangerous Disguise"
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-110.
Human appearance congruences by Daniel van Eijmeren, fall 2000; and 27 February 2004. Spy congruences taken from Thomas Andrae article "A Carl Barks Filmography", published in the Carl Barks Library (07B-500).
Death reference information on El Quacko taken from an e-mail by Olivier, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 20 June 2001 (Vol01#583). Death reference information on counter-spies and Minus-X taken from an e-mail by Kriton Kyrimis, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 22 June 2001 (Vol01#586).

ccus_os0318-02 in "No Such Varmint"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-110.

ccus_os0328-02 in Old California! (Detailed research information)
Quote from 1968 letter and the 1971 and 1974 interviews are taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 110). Information on "Jeff the realtor" is taken from The Carl Barks Library (page 2B-296). Information on Spanish street names taken from an e-mail by Joseph Cowles, sent to me on 11 August 2000.

ccus_os0348-00 inspecting a crocodile with a magnifying glass
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-111.

ccus_os0348-U OS 348-U unknown gag
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book". The chapter "Unpublished and unidentified material" lists "one-page gag" (page 199); the Appendix "A chronological listing of Barks's comics work" lists "one-page gag idea" (page 209).

ccus_os0353-00 five photographs
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-117. Information taken from The Carl Barks Library (page 6C-824). Additional information by Daniel van Eijmeren.

ccus_os0356-00 rich look in the mirror
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-111. Information taken from an e-mail, sent to me on 13 August 2000.

ccus_os0356-U unknown gag [possibly OS 356-05 talking parrot]
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-199, 209. The chapter "Unpublished and unidentified material" lists "one-page gag" (page 199); the Appendix "A chronological listing of Barks's comics work" lists "one-page DD gag idea" (page 209). Scan of the gag is taken from an e-mail by Kjell Croné, sent to me on 19 November 2000.

ccus_os0367-00 santa donald rides a toy train
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-111. Information taken from an e-mail, sent to me on 13 August 2000.

ccus_os0367-01 improvised christmas tree ornaments
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-111.

ccus_os0367-02 in "A Christmas for Shacktown"
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-111. Information on the ending is taken from e-mails sent to the Disney comics Mailing list (Gary Leach, 12 August 1997; Rich Morrissey, 14 August 1997).

ccus_os0367-03 teenie weenie mistletoe kiss
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112.

ccus_os0367-04 microfilm christmas list
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112.

ccus_os0386-00 rowing on lake of money
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-132. Layout, appearances and trivia information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 25-07-2001.

ccus_os0386-01 osogood silver polish
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-132. Layout and congruences information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 25-07-2001. Appearances by Daniel van Eijmeren, 04-09-2002.

ccus_os0386-02 in "Only a Poor Old Man"
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-132. Interview by Donald Ault and Thomas Andrae, 4 August 1975, taken from the Carl Barks Library (page 8B-494). Congruences information on poor old man/duck in W US 28-02 taken from an e-mail by Olivier, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 16 April 2001 (digest Vol01#481). Congruences information on poor old man/duck in W OS 386-02 and W US 58-02 taken from an e-mail by Daniel van Eijmeren, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 17 April 2001 (digest Vol01#482).

ccus_os0386-03 second cup of coffee free
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-132. Congruences taken from article "Coffee Cup Capers", published in the Carl Barks Library (page 3B-474); additional waiter/cookie information by Daniël van Eijmeren, 13 October 2003.

ccus_os0386-04 soupline eight raffle
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-132. Description and layout information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 25-07-2001. Information on gag similarity taken from e-mail by David Gerstein, sent to the DBB Mailing List on 24 July 2001 (Vol01#1196).

ccus_os0394-00 malayalaya
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112. Congruences taken from Thomas Andrae article "A Carl Barks Filmography", published in the Carl Barks Library (07B-499).

ccus_os0408-00 golden helmet and map of labrador
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112.

ccus_os0408-01 professional sparkle
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112. Appearances by Daniel van Eijmeren, 04-09-2002.

ccus_os0408-02 in "The Golden Helmet"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112.

ccus_os0408-03 loaned roller
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-112. Information on Mr. Craig taken from an informal colour article by Joseph Cowles, accompanying a snail-mail letter dated August 4, 2000.

ccus_os0408-04 park fountain towels
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112.

ccus_os0422-00 mail sack and a gilded man
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112.

ccus_os0422-01 riding stable robbery
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112. Appearances by Daniel van Eijmeren, 04-09-2002.

ccus_os0422-02 and the "The Gilded Man"
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-112. Research information taken from an e-mail, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 6 April 1997. Appearance of "Philo T. Elic" taken from an e-mail by Becca Ridout, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 3 April 2001 (digest Vol01#465). Information on other appearances by Daniel van Eijmeren, 04-04-2001.

ccus_os0422-03 going to rescue daisy's cat
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112.

ccus_os0422-04 painted into a corner
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-112. Congruences by Daniël van Eijmeren, 22 January 2004.

ccus_os0450-00 neat family pose
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-117.

ccus_os0456-00 old woman interrupts gold digging
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-132. Appearances information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 25-07-2001.

ccus_os0456-01 waiting for traffic light to change
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-132. Appearances information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 04-09-2002.

ccus_os0456-02 in "Back to the Klondike" (Detailed changes information)
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-132. Additional information and 1972 letter taken from Kim Weston article "My Secret Life By Scrooge McDuck - Or, The Unpublished Carl Barks", published in Funnyworld no. 16; 1984 interview (including "What did he do with her") is taken from Thomas Andrae article "The Expurgated Barks", published in the Carl Barks Library (page 3B-521); slighlty expanded by by Daniël van Eijmeren, somewhere in the late 1990s.
Information on the dialogue change in the last panel is taken from an e-mail by David Gerstein, sent to me on 18 January 1999.
The 1984 interview is by Bruce Hamilton (questions by Hamilton, Thomas Andrae and Geoffrey Blum), June 4, 1984.
Information on Daan Jippes' inked version is taken from Gladstone Comic Album No. 4 - "Uncle Scrooge in Back to the Klondike", 1987(?).
Information on "After the Ball" is taken from an e-mail by Dwight Decker, sent to the Disney-Comics Mailing List on 20 March 1997. Detailed information on "After the Ball" in 1893 and its origin is taken from an e-mail by Steven Rowe, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 27 January 1999 (digest V99#17).
Appearances information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 25-07-2001.

ccus_os0456-03 in "Somethin' Fishy Here"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-133. Title taken from The Carl Barks Library (page 03A-101).

ccus_os0456-04 money bale ladder
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-133.

ccus_os0456-05 game for a billion dollars
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-133.

ccus_os0456-u01 Back to the Klondike [surviving cut material]
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-132. Information taken from Inducks, 8 December 2003.

ccus_os0456-u02 Back to the Klondike [lost cut material]
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-132. Information taken from Inducks, 8 December 2003.

ccus_os0495-00 pirate jack-in-the-box
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-133. Information on differences with other version is taken from Bruce Hamilton article "The Robinson Family Drawings", published in Uncle Scrooge No. 312; expanded by Daniel van Eijmeren, 25 February 2004; Layout information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 25-07-2001.

ccus_os0495-01 trimming sideburns
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-133. Appearances by Daniel van Eijmeren, 04-09-2002.

ccus_os0495-02 case of horse-radish
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-133. Changes information taken from the Disney Comics Mailing List, possibly somewhere in 1999 or early 2000. Not having located this e-mail, the information on the change is noted from memory. Congruences information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 27-11-2000. Information on off-the-cuff title suggestion is taken from the Carl Barks Library (page 3A-006).

ccus_os0495-03 water tank bin (Detailed survivors information)
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-133. Information taken from Kim Weston article "My Secret Life By Scrooge McDuck - Or, The Unpublished Carl Barks", published in Funnyworld no. 16 (1975); 1984 interview is taken from Thomas Andrae article "The Expurgated Barks", published in the Carl Barks Library (page 3B-525). The 1984 interview is by Bruce Hamilton (questions by Hamilton, Thomas Andrae and Geoffrey Blum), June 4, 1984.

ccus_os0495-04 money bin at end of rainbow
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-133.

ccus_os0495-05 trained fleas
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-133.

ccus_os0495-u01 water tank bin [surviving cut material]
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-133. Information taken from Inducks, 8 December 2003.

ccus_os1010-01 and the Flying Farm Hand
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Dumbo and Brer Fox information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 19-07-2003. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1010-02 and A Honey of a Hen
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Dobbin information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 19-07-2003. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1010-03 and the Weather Watchers
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Billy Goat information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 19-07-2003. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1010-04 and the Sheepish Cowboys
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Zeke Wolf information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 19-07-2003. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003. Information on panel 5.6 is taken from an e-mail by Rob Klein, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 17 June 2003 (digest Vol04#0026).

ccus_os1025-02 in Mastering the Matterhorn (Detailed research information)
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-160. Information on fourth nephew taken from an e-mail to the Disney Comics Mailing List, somewhere in the 1990s. Information on Disneyland is taken from an e-mail by Olivier, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 11 June 2001 (digest Vol01#562). Information on the toboggan is taken from an e-mail by Carey Furlong, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 21 July 2003 (digest Vol05#28); and an e-mail by Larry Giver, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 21 July 2003 (digest Vol05#28). Information on the Matterhorn being for real or not, taken from an e-mail by DaniŽl van Eijmeren, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 29 July 2003 (digest Vol05#34). Information on the real Matterhorn being 4478 meters high has been taken from webpage "http://www.ivo.se/mike/matter.html", 29-07-2003. Information on Disneyland's Matterhorn's height and shape by Steve in Austin, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 31 July 2003 (digest Vol05#35).

ccus_os1025-03 in Trail Tycoon
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-160. Information on Disneyland attraction is taken from an e-mail by Thierry Fernand, sent to the Disney comics Mailing List on 10 December 2001 (digest Vol01#764).

ccus_os1025-05 on the Dream Planet
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-160. Information on Disneyland is taken from an e-mail by Olivier, sent to the Disney comics Mailing List on 11 June 2001 (digest Vol01#562).

ccus_os1047-00 pedaling on feet-driven machine
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119.

ccus_os1047-01 bike-saucer
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1047-02 The Gab-muffer
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1047-03 The Stubborn Stork
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1047-04 Milktime Melodies
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120. Appearances by Daniel van Eijmeren, 04-09-2002.

ccus_os1047-05 The Lost Rabbit Foot
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1047-06 The Bird Camera
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1047-07 The Odd Order
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1055-01 Daisy's Dazed Days
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1055-02 The Librarian
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1055-03 The Double Date
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1055-04 The TV Babysitter
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1055-05 Donald's Party
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1055-06 The Beauty Queen
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1055-07 Tight Shoes
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1055-08 The Framed Mirror
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1055-09 The New Girl
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1073-00 cracked egg contains chicken
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. CBL-note by Daniel van Eijmeren, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1073-01 Mopping Up
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1073-03 Touché Toupé
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Farmer Bumpkin information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 19-07-2003. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1073-04 The Snow Chaser
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1073-06 Free Ski Spree
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1095-00 camera paints picture
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1095-01 The Call of the Wild
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1095-02 Cave of the Winds
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1095-03 Mixed-up Mixer
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1095-04 The Madball Pitcher
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120. Details by Daniel van Eijmeren, 04-09-2002.

ccus_os1095-05 The Bear Tamer
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-120. Appearances information on Wildwood Canyon taken from an e-mail by Olivier, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 25 April 2001 (digest Vol01#506). Other appearances information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 05-05-2001. Congruences by by Daniel van Eijmeren, 05-05-2001.

ccus_os1095-06 Tale of the Tape
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1095-07 His Shining Hour
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120.

ccus_os1099-00 mock house family pose
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-117.

ccus_os1140-00 slingshot pose
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-117.

ccus_os1150-01 "Small Fryers"
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1150-02 A Sticky Situation
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1150-03 Ring Leader Roundup
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1150-04 Too Much Help
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1150-05 Ruling the Roost
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1150-06 Daringly Different
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1150-07 False Flattery
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1150-08 Friendly Enemy
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1150-09 Undercover Girl
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1150-10 The Inventive Gentleman
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-104.

ccus_os1161-01 The Whole Herd of Help
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119.

ccus_os1161-02 The Day the Farm Stood Still
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1161-03 The Training Farm Fuss
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003. Number plate and violin information by Daniel van Eijmeren, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1161-04 The Reversed Rescue
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-119. Information on Vic Lockman taken from INDUCKS, 19-07-2003.

ccus_os1184-00 mechanical flyswatter
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 120).

ccus_os1184-01 The Nose Knows
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 120).

ccus_os1184-02 Monsterville
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 120).

ccus_os1184-03 The Cube
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 120). Changes information taken from Kim Weston article "My Secret Life By Scrooge McDuck - Or, The Unpublished Carl Barks", published in Funnyworld no. 16 (1975). Theory on the Helper's role is based on a story investigation by Arnold Kuijk, taken from his Dutch "Lampje" website on 7 December 2000.

ccus_os1184-06 Mighty but Miserable
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 120).

ccus_os1184-07 Brain-strain
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 120).

ccus_os1184-09 The Old Timer
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 120).

ccus_os1184-10 Mechanized Mess
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 120).

ccus_os1184-u01 OS 1184 [lost cut material]
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book", page MBAC-120. Information taken from Inducks, 8 December 2003.

ccus_os1239-00 hearth family pose [edited version]
Picture taken from internet, most likely from Ebay in Fall 2000. Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-117; and The Carl Barks Library (page 6C-824).

ccus_os1239-u0 hearth family pose [original version]
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-117; The Carl Barks Library (page 6C-824); and Inducks 23 November 2003.

ccus_os1267-00 unicycle prints name on ground
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 120).

ccus_os1267-03 Buffaloed by Buffaloes
Information taken from Barrier's Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book, page MBAC-120. Information and question taken from an e-mail by David Gerstein, sent to the Disney Comics Mailing List on 20 June 2001 (Vol01#583).

ccus_os1329-00 paddling motor
Information taken from Michael Barrier book "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (page 121).


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