Bruce Whitehill, founder and past President of the AGPC, pulled this puzzle out of storage where it had gotten wet, delaminating and discoloring many of the pieces along the bottom. So he handed it to me. After relaminating 125 pieces, restoring a chewed piece, cleaning and touching up many pieces, the puzzle is displayable. Still, there is discoloration along the bottom which can only be removed by repapering and recoloring several pieces entirely, something which I hesitate to do because it "not bad" and has become part of the puzzle's provenance. Made by Parker Brothers, Salem, MA 1930's. Plywood, interlocking, cut along color lines with 95 figure pieces. Artist is Byron G. Newton.