The "Main Street" (The New Yorker) 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle expresses an incredibly colorful visual of the energy and excitement of New York City. Men, women, children, and the elderly, bustle along the city street. While a mother comforts her crying baby, a man sells fruit from the side of the street. From inside the buildings, women clean the windows of their apartments and men observe the scene below. A woman hangs laundry up on the roof, most likely humming along to the city sounds. This buzzing picture of contrasting colors was on the cover of The New Yorker on November 18, 1939, and continues onward as a symbol of New York City. As a whole, the puzzle perfectly depicts the exciting, energetic madness of the city of New York.
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