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Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand 1838-1894

Overview
Works: 208 works in 212 publications in 2 languages and 785 library holdings
Roles: Illustrator
Classifications: AP101.P7 1884,
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Most widely held works by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler
A selection of cartoons from Puck by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Book )
1 edition published in 1893 in English and held by 44 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Garfield by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1881 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Puck's volks-kalender für 1881 ( Book )
1 edition published in 1880 in German and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
A telephonic suggestion by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( )
1 edition published in 1999 and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
"Cartoon, 8 3/4" x 12". 'Puck, ' March, 1877. New York Public Library."--Catalog
The new Democratic eucalyptus tree purifies a political morass by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1884 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Illustration shows Grover Cleveland as a large tree labeled "Eucalyptus Clevelandus" with roots labeled "Honor" and "Honesty", and branches that spread over swamp land from which rise gaseous ghosts labeled "Stupidity, K.K.K., Bourbonism, Butlerism, Dynamiter, Kellyism, Ward Bossism, [and] Spoils System"; in the background is a large building labeled "Democratic Head-Quarters"
Arbitration is the true balance of power. Puck: "Don't meddle with the hands, gentlemen - this pendulum is the only thing to regulate that clock!" by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1886 and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Two men setting hands "labor" of clock "business," as Puck, standing on book "Common sense," holds up pendulum "arbitration."
Raising the funds to buy the presidency by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1884 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Illustration shows Puck's Independent Party figure sitting on the left next to Puck beneath a sign that states "Independent Road to the White House"; at center, Almon M. Clapp, with a cashbox labeled "Republican Campaign Fund" and a sheet of paper that states "Permission to Remain in Office" appears with Green B. Raum, who is holding a box labeled "Absolution" containing papers that state "Indispensable Dispensation", selling indulgences for absolutions and dispensations to an old woman with a broom labeled "U.S.", a "U.S. Scrub-Woman", a "Page", a "Treasy. Clerk", and a "U.S. Postman" holding a paper that is a "Guarantee against Decapitation". In the background, Whitelaw Reid carries a banner that states "The Republican Party is the Party of Salvation", Thomas Brady and Stephen Dorsey carry banners that state "The Republican Party Must Stay No Matter How" and "This is Our Last Chance", and Powell Clayton drives a wagon carrying a safe labeled "Funds for an Aggressive Campaign". Also depicted are W.W. Phelps with a paper that states "Its Only a Matter of Money" and Robert Ingersoll holding a paper labeled "Sweet C.O.D."
A summer smoke-cloud by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1882 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Print shows Puck reclining before a table covered with alcoholic beverages, some labeled "V.H. Dusenbury's P.P. Brandy" and "Puck Punch [No London Punch]", smoking and blowing smoke rings. Among the figures appearing in Puck's smoke cloud are Chester A. Arthur labeled "For a Good Veto" and fishing for "Popularity", George M. Robeson at the helm of a boat carrying a large money bag labeled "Appropriation", Jay Gould, Russell Sage, and William H. Vanderbilt sailing on a boat labeled "Monopoly"; Susan B. Anthony and another woman, G.W. Curtis labeled "Civil Service Reform", Roscoe Conkling, Jay Hubbell labeled "Deform", Ulysses S. Grant labeled "No Third Term", David Davis, Robert Ingersoll boxing with Thomas De Witt Talmage, James G. Bennett, "Old Rossa" with "Dynamite", Cyrus W. Field trying to net a "Coronet", John Kelly and Samuel J. Tilden on a seesaw, William R. Grace standing on a rock labeled "Public Esteem" with Seth Low trying to climb up, and James Russell Lowell on a "British Mission"
Puck's hint for "hospital sunday" by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1884 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Illustration shows a female figure labeled "Charity" holding a bouquet of flowers and standing next to a young boy with crutchers and a bandaged foot; Puck, holding a lithographic pen, gestures toward viewers to donate to a worthy cause
The World's International and Cotton Centennial Exposition, New Orleans, La., open from Dec. 1st 1884 to May 31st 1885 by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1884 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Illustration shows Uncle Sam and Liberty greeting a group of women labeled "Mexico, Brazil, Cuba, Peru, La Plata, Chili, Hayti, [and] Ecuador" to the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition in New Orleans, Louisiana. Includes brief statements from the "Republican National Platform" and the "Democratic National Platform" that warns against "entangling alliances" while promoting trade, particularly in the "Western Hemisphere"
The declaration of dependence by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1882 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Print shows members of the clergy signing a document labeled "Declaration of Dependence" and being joined together by long strings of beads that are held by Pope Leo XIII sitting on a chair in the left foreground. Cardinal John McCloskey is sitting a the table where the document is being signed, glaring at the Pope
Congressional cracksmen by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1882 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Print shows "Policeman Puck" and Uncle Sam investigating a robbery at the U.S. Treasury, a safe has been broken into and a barrel labeled "150,000,000 $ Surplus" is empty; there is a hole in the floor which leads to the Congressional chamber, below. A crumpled notice on the floor of the chamber states "Congressional Theatre - The Hit of the Season!!! 'The 40 Thieves' - Keifer manager, Robeson property man". The robbery happens to coincide with the end of the 1st session of the 47th Congress; a ladder labeled "Adjournment of Congress" leans against an open window, it is supported by John A. Logan and John Sherman as Horace F. Page and two other Congressmen descend. Other Congressmen, among them George M. Robeson carrying a sack labeled "Navy Appropriation" and James D. Cameron dragging a sack labeled "River & Harbor", are headed for their home states carrying sacks with "$" on them
King Chester Arthur's knight(cap)s of the round table by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1882 and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Cartoon showing Chester Arthur and cabinet members, wearing nightcaps, sleeping around table, on which are papers, "no ill-will to anyone," "we need no Navy," "Indians provided for till summer," etc
Between two rogues by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1881 and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Illustration shows a ragged female figure, "New York City," caught between two male figures representing city and rural members of the legislature; skeletons representing various diseases sit on the steps of brownstones in the background
The bosses of the Senate by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( )
1 edition published in 1999 and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Depicts the Senate floor with Senators in various poses at their desks overlooked by gigantic fat men labelled as follows" "Salt Trust," "Envelope Trust," "Paper Bag Trust," "Coal," "Tin Trust," "Sugar Trust," "Iron Trust," "Standard Oil Trust," "Copper Trust," "Steel Beam Trust," "Nail Trust," "Plough Steel Trust," Each figure has a red dollar sign on his chest, and faces are partially hidden by high ruffled collars. They are coming through a doorway titled "Entrance for Monopolists." A door on the opposite side of the chamber reading "People's Entrance" has a big padlock on it and a "Closed" sign. At the center back, above the heads of the Trust figures, is a sign reading "This is a Senate of the monopolists, by the monopolists, and for the monopolists!" Text at lower left is unclear
Crowding the cabinet-making business by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1884 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Illustration shows newspaper editors James Gordon "Bennett" holding up a bust of Roscoe Conkling labeled "Sect. Interior" and a tray labeled "Bennett's Beauties" at his feet; Whitelaw "Reid" holding a tray labeled "Please choose these and suit us, Blaine & Reid" on which are busts labeled "KKK" for "Sec'y Interior, Sec'y of War, [and] Treasury"; Joseph "Pulitzer" holding up a tray labeled "The World for Pulitzer" on which are busts of himself; and Charles A. Dana carrying a tray labeled "Dana's Darlings" with busts of John "Kelly", Thomas F. "Grady", George M. "Robeson", Samuel S. "Cox", and Benjamin F. Butler; there is also a man carrying a basket labeled "Hens' Rights Heroines" with busts of "Lockwood, E.C. Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Phoebe Cozzens [sic], [and] Lucy Stone". President Cleveland is visible through a window on the right, conducting interviews for cabinet positions
The transfusion of blood - may the operation prove a success! by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1884 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Illustration shows Puck standing next to the symbolic figure labeled "Independent" who is undergoing a blood transfusion with an old man labeled "Democracy" sitting in a chair; among the men depicted observing the operation are Carl Schurz, Henry Ward Beecher, and Henry Watterson
Democracy's opportunity by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1882 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Print shows a man labeled "Republican War Record" standing in a pond labeled "Republican Corruption Water", yelling to an Irishman wearing a hat labeled "Democracy", gathering up the Republican's clothing labeled "Tariff Reform, Free Canal, [and] Reduction Tax", and a top hat labeled "Civil Service Reform" which he has placed on top of his own hat. His own tattered clothes are patched with "Ignorance, Poverty, Stupidity, Bourbonism, [and] Secession Record"
Democracy's disastrous egg-dance by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1884 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Illustration shows a woman labeled "Democracy" wearing a blindfold labeled "Stupidity" being pushed by Samuel J. Randall toward a chair labeled "Presidenti[al] Chair", with several eggs in the way on the ground, they are labeled "Honest Naval Appropriation, Civil Service Reform, Honest River - Harbor Appropriation, Economy, Anti-Silver Coinage, National Banking System, Tariff Reform, [and] Prompt Legislation", two of the eggs are broken; among a group of men laughing, in the background on the right, are John Logan, John Sherman, and William D. Kelley
The pyrrhic victory of the Mulligan guards in Maine by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler ( Visual )
1 edition published in 1884 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Illustration shows James G. Blaine dressed as a knight, the plumes of his helmet labeled "Speakership Record, Mulligan Letters, [and] Credit Mobilier", he holds papers labeled "Aggressive Cash Campaign", and rests his left hand on the head of W.W. Phelps who is holding a sword and a battered shield labeled "Blaines Magnetism". Whitelaw Reid, wearing a paper hat, carries a standard that states "Moral Ideas," (crossed out) "Soap and Success!" Stephen B. Elkins presents a "Report" to John A. Logan and Blaine that states "Great Victory in Maine! Blaine Vindicated! Cost $265,000". Charles A. Dana sits in the lower right corner pouring "Personal Animosity" into cannonballs labeled "Personal Animosity, Spite, Mud Bombs, [and] Malice". Frederick Douglass holds a sign labeled "Mulligan Guards Blaine's Record" that appears to have drawn considerable enemy fire. On the left, "A.M. Clapp" turns his empty pockets inside out and George M. Robeson looks at an empty cash barrel. In the background, there is action at the "Whiskey Arsenal, Fort Cleveland, Polls, [and] Fort St. John", and casualties on the battlefield
 
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