72 figure pieces; color line cut; interlocking. Well done scene by artist Walter L. Greene. Greene, from Schenectady, New York, managed the art department of General Electric for 37 years beginning 1903, but in the 1920s broadened his efforts by producing paintings for both GE and the New York Central Railroad. He did nearly all the calendar paintings for GE's annual calendar, which in 1929, circulated 100,000 copies. In 1921, the New York Central Railroad started its calendar project, which Greene took over in 1925.