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Viewing: Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

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A Merry Christmas To All! - Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

Puck tearsheet of a two-page spread from December 22nd, 1880. Depicts the Democratic party left out in the cold while the victorious Republican party celebrate inside the White House. Specifically, Garfield toasts his arrival in the White House while Hancock watches from the snow.

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A Mid-summer Day's Dream. - Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

Puck tearsheet of a two-page spread from August 10th, 1881. Published at the Puck office on 23 Warren Street, NY. Lithograph done by Mayer, Merkel, and Ottmann at 23-25 Warren Street, NY. Note included in the sleeve with art reads: "In this whimsy, Keppler naps precariously while those he has attacked over the years correct his misconceptions of them. Clockwise from the left are Generals Benjamin Butler and U.S. Grant, the Reverends DeWitt Talmadge and Henry Ward Beecher, Tammany chief John Kelly, New York Herald Publisher James Gordon Bennett (the pun refers to his addiction to the game of polo, as does the tape on his nose-- the result of a polo accident), ex- Governor Samuel Tilden, philan

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An Unexpected Blow. - Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

Puck tearsheet of a two-page spread from March 10th, 1880. Note inside the sleeve holding art reads: "Senator Roscoe Conkling and his fellow Senator Don Cameron are shown trying to fly the Grant third-term kite. Their efforts are stymied by the lightning strike of an independent press and the swift gale of public opinion."

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A Strange Case of Epizooty. - Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

Puck two-page spread from October 20th, 1880. Depicts the weakness of the Democratic party in the 1880 election, as prominent Democrats of the era try to heal the ailing donkey that represents their party.

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Aus meinen Leben - Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

Tribute by Keppler to his first marriage following the death of his wife . Fragment of paper, possibly from the backing of a frame, inscribed to Draper Hill from Mrs. Joseph Keppler, Jr., Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts, October 17, 1960. Keppler completed this painting two weeks after his first wife, Minna, died of tuberculosis. The poem, written by Keppler in German, translates as follows: I have walked many paths And have taken some bitter steps And every my heart, in fright and longing asks How will I approach the evening of my life? So have I been in richly decorated halls And when hope let all its blossoms fall Reality also drooped for me Now I quietly carry the bitter pai

Image of Frances Folsom Cleveland, October 20, 1886 - Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

Frances Folsom Cleveland, October 20, 1886 - Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

Supplement to Christmas Puck, 'Copyright 1886 Keppler and Schwarzmam'

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Gathering Autumn Leaves. - Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

Puck tearsheet (page 115 verso, back cover) from October 20th, 1880. Published at the office of Puck on 23 Warren St, NY. Lithograph done by Mayer, Merkel, and Ottmann at 23-25 Warren St, NY. Depicts the Republican Party sweeping together leaves representing the states, as the leaves blow in the wind. Represents the fractured nature of the Republican Party in 1880, which was split between "stalwarts" and "half-breeds."

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In memory of our best citizen - Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

Color cover proof of Puck magazine mourning the recently deceased politician, inventor, and philanthropist Peter Cooper. Published by Keppler and Schwarzmann, New York, New York.

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[Men fencing] - Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

Formed part of the "See You in the Funny Papers" exhibition in 2008 at Sheldon Art Galleries, St. Louis MO