A cluster color-magnitude diagram for NGC 7492 that traces the main sequence to about one magnitude fainter than that of Buonanno et al. (1987) is presented, as well as star counts for ten annuli centered on the cluster core. The global luminosity functions and the mass functions in each annulus are constructed under a set of uniform data reduction procedures and inspected for evidence of mass segregation. The discovery is reported of 27 candidate blue stragglers which are found to be more centrally concentrated than the cluster of subgiants of similar brightness. It is suggested that if mass segregation has occurred in the cluster, the blue stragglers are more massive than the stars at the main-sequence turnoff. No evidence is found for mass segregation in either the surface density profiles or in the luminosity functions at different radial positions.