The New Yorker – Dog Behind the Door 1000 Piece Puzzle
It is 5:20 and a patient little pooch awaits his best friend’s return from work in their posh apartment foyer. Hang on little buddy, he’ll be home soon!
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New Yorker Cover by Artist George Booth, originally published on February 4th, 1974
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