When I started buying old puzzles in the 1991, this was my first “big find,” at Brimfield Flea Market. I called our youngest son, Conrad, who drove up from Providence, RI to participate in its assembly one Saturday afternoon. Upon completion, one piece, naturally, was missing, so using artwork from an old Currier & Ives calendar print, Conrad made our first replacement piece. As I bought more old puzzles, it wasn’t too long before I had to start making replacements myself. While boxed with an Otto Ulbrich Lending Library label, the puzzle clearly was made by a Pastime cutter at Parker Brothers, Salem, MA. Plywood, semi-interlocking, cut in 1930's along color lines with 94 figure pieces. Artist: unknown.