Eleanor Lee. New York, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, San Francisco, Dallas: Charles Scribner's Sons 1928. 34,  pages. 7 1/2 x 6 5/8 inches. Publisher's red cloth with black decorations. Some staining to covers. Some staining/foxing internally. Nicely illustrated by Eleanor Lee in color. Good. Cloth. 
With a lengthy introduction talking about how this sort of book can help in education, and the dearth of illustrated, scientifically correct books for young children. The story is told simply of a train, with two white men in the cab (engineer and fireman) and one of their children who is allowed in to run the train. Other illustrations show black porters and servers in dining cars, etc.
Edited by Patty Smith Hill, Director, and Mary M. Reed, Instructor at the Department of Kindergarten - First Grade Education. Teacher's College, Columbia University.