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1935 Cosmopolitan Magazine Cover ~ Woman w/ Wire Fox Terrier Dog - Bradshaw Crandell (Asta and Myrna Loy?

"Tip" was the name of this little dog. "Tip" was the first word I ever learned to read (except my name), and I learned it on the first day of first grade, 1962. This was the first pre-primer in the Jack and Janet series of readers. They came along after the Dick and Jane heyday.

1949 Tip (original edition) pre-primer from Tip and Mitten series - wire fox terrier on front cover

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English Picture Print of Wire Haired Fox Terrier Puppy Dog Trio. Also, I have a large inventory of English Dog Picture Prints.

BEAUTY: WIRE HAIRED FOX TERRIER Pioneered a special squad to locate and rescue trapped animals despite never being trained for a wartime role.  Her owner Bill Barnett, a PDSA superintendent, used to take her on patrol with him when he toured the East End with a Civil Defence unit. She rescued 63 animals overall.

The Magnificent Seven: Hero dogs that saved hundreds during the Blitz are honoured

Beauty, a wire haired fox terrier, was part of a special squad to locate and rescue trapped animals despite never being trained for a wartime role. She rescued 63 animals overall. Beauty was truly a HERO!

"A Walk in the Woods," Country Gentleman Cover, August 1, 1931 Giclee Print by John Newton Howitt at AllPosters.com

"A Walk in the Woods," Country Gentleman Cover, August 1, 1931

Howitt, John Newton - Woman Taking Walk w Dog - 'Country Gentleman'- Aug.

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