This N.C. Wyeth illustration was the endpaper for a volume of Last of the Mohicans.

N.C. Wyeth is, next to Norman Rockwell, probably one of the best-known illustrators of the twentieth century. By name alone, people associate him with quintessentially American art—paintings depicting the wide-open Western frontier, peaceful small-town life, and memorable depictions of literary classics like Treasure Island

Maris Grove neighbors Ben Klempner (left) and Ray Capodilupo never stay serious for too long a time. Life is good and kidding around is fun.

Remember Bob and Ray, the low-key but uproariously funny comedy team that kept audiences laughing from the 1940s through the 1980s?

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