A chronological reprinting of one of the most important comic strips of the 20th Century. Annie is a cultural icon–in both her red-headed, blank-eyed appearance, and as the embodiment of American individuality, spunk, and self-reliance. Even those who've never read the comic strip are keenly aware of the plucky orphan, her loveable mutt Sandy, and her adoptive benefactor, Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks, through the Broadway play, the hit movie, and the song "Tomorrow," made famous by both. Volume 14 reprints all daily and color Sunday strips from August 19, 1948 through March 12, 1950.
- Chapter One: United They Stand (In Which Annie ~ Stands Up For Her Rights So She Doesn't Get Clipped By The Clippers ~ Blows A Whistle For the "Business Aid Junior Grade" ~ And Runs Afoul of Monsters, Both Big and Small!...)
- Chapter Two: Bullion and Bones (In Which Annie ~ And Lissa Finds A New Home In the Country ~ Gets Her Fortune Told By the Mysterious "Witch" Named Gypsy Belle ~ And Finds Out That A Treasure Found May Not Be A Treasure Kept...)
- Chapter Three: Doctor In the House (In Which Annie ~ Has To Rouse An "Old Croaker" ~ Barges Into the Restaurant Business ~ And Develops A Special Bond With One of the Patrons...)
- Chapter Four: Faith, Hope, And Charity (In Which Annie ~ Drifts Along With A Family of Ten ~ Bids Adieu To A Couple of Lovebirds ~ And Finds An Old Friend In Handcuffs On A Foreign Tramp Steamer...)