An International Neutron Dosimetry Intercomparison was carried out at the RARAF at Brookhaven National Laboratory in 1973 under the sponsorship of International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements. One of the quantities to be intercompared was tissue kerma rate in free air at 30 cm from a 252Cf fission neutron source of about 2 mg. The measurements were performed to determine not only total tissue kerma rate but also the separate neutron and photon tissue kerma rates by the method of paired chamber techniques. Uncertainties in the determination of dosimetry parameters and tissue kerma rates were estimated. The total kerma rate in the mixed field of252Cf source was measured with a cylindrical homogeneous tissue equivalent ionization chamber having a gas volume of about 5 ml.A graphite chamber filled with carbon dioxide of the same size as tissue equivalent chamber's and TL dosimeter using CaSO4and Mg2SiO4encapsulated in glass ampoule of 2 mm diameter and 10 mm long were used to estimate the photon tissue kerma rate. The results for the separate neutron and photon tissue kerma rates were 3.37 rad/h and 1.53 rad/h. The percentage of the photon tissue kerma rate to the total one was 31.2%. These compare with the correspoding mean values estimated by other participants of 3.56 rad/h, 1.67 rad/h and 32.0%. Neutron tissue kerma rate at 100 cm from the252Cf source of one gram was calculated of 197 rad/h based on the neutron emission rate of 2.311×1012 s-1⋅ g-1 and the kerma rate factor of 0.0107 (mrad/h) (cm2⋅sec) which was assessed by separating252Cf neutron spectrum into eleven energy groups according to Stoddard. On the other hand, the neutron tissue kerma rate of 168 rad/h was reduced from the results by present authors.