Children's book entitled "Kerry The Fire-Engine Dog." 22 pages including inside covers. Written by Frank Lewis and Alfred J. Corchia. Illustrated by Dorothy Grider. Published by Rand McNally & Company in Chicago. Copyright 1949 by Rand McNally & Company. Copyright 1949 under International Copyright Union by Rand McNally & Company.
Red cover with illustration of Kerry. "Tip-Top Elf Book," 29 cents.
Introduction on the title page: "This is the story of Kerry, a real dog, who became the mascot of Hook and Ladder Company Number 29 of the New York City Fire Department. After nine years of faithful service Kerry answered his last call. His death resulted from injuries sustained in line