James Browning cut puzzles from the 1930's into the late 1960's, first in E. Orange and then in W. Caldwell, NJ. Rarely using color line cutting. He filled his puzzles with many elaborate figure pieces, especially geometric shapes, and frequently used plywood with a mahogany laminated back. As a result, his puzzles are very popular among today’s collectors who fancy figure pieces. Artist is Philip R. Goodwin who painted many outdoor scenes depicting two men confronting wild bears and other animals in the back country.