|Title||Jolly Roger, a dog of Hoboken.|
|Collection||Hoboken Library & Literary Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Holly Metz.|
Jolly Roger, a dog of Hoboken. By Daniel Pinkwater. NY: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books, . First edition. 8vo hardcover, trade binding. pp. 40 with illustrations by the author.
Pinkwater was a former Hoboken resident.
Front dustjacket flap text: How Jolly Roger came to Hoboken and became the king of the waterfront has long been a matter of speculation and rumor. Now, one who was there regales us with the tale of a dog he's long admired. With the confidence of a biographer who knows his subject, Daniel Pinkwater tells of Jolly Roger's formative days on the 'Matilda Magoo' and of his later adventures in Hoboken, where he met The Kid and Marvin the Ape and lived, for a time, in a car wash.
|Publisher||Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books|
|Physical Description||8vo hardcover|
|Year Range from||1985|
|Year Range to||1985|
|Notes||Displayed 2004 in HHM exhibition: City Animals.|