I commemorated the birth of the first female child born in the Armstrong line for several generations (a granddaughter to us) by purchasing this puzzle. It arrived with far more damage than shown in photo, because of water spilled over much of puzzle long ago. The water had swollen the plywood making the puzzle too tight to disassemble without causing considerable damage to many knobs, and had also "bled" some of the coloring from the slightly higher areas into "pools" in the lower areas. Many hours later the problems were corrected or muted and the puzzle now is the best I can do and can be reassembled. The artist's name is unreadable and proper identification would be appreciated. Pastime puzzle made by Parker Brothers, Salem, MA c.1935, plywood, interlocking, cut along color lines with 96 figure pieces.