A Small Dog's Big Life: Around the World With Owney

By Irene Kelly

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Letters tell the story of Owney, a dog who became mascot of the Albany, New York, post office in 1888 and traveled around the world. Includes historical notes. From 1889 to 1897 a small dog captured the public's imagination and became famous. His name was Owney, and he was a stray that had wandered into an Albany, New York, post office.
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