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Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand, 1838-1894

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role Collector
dates 1838-1894
city New York City
other citiesVienna, Austria; Innsbruck, Austria; Rome, Italy; St. Louis, MO; Elka Park, NY; Chicago, IL;
sex M
historical notes Joseph Keppler was a political cartoonist, founder of Puck magazine, and fine and decorative arts collector

Keppler and his wife Pauline Keppler collected art and antiques at their home at East 79th street.
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Stony Brook University
Special Collections & University Archives
Keppler Family Collection, Manuscript Collection 331 see details...
The New-York Historical Society
Manuscript Department
Keppler family papers, 1840-1956. see details...
Folger Shakespeare Library
201 East Capitol Street, SE
Autograph letter signed from Joseph Ferdinand Keppler to Augustin Daly [manuscript], [1892]. see details...
George Washington University
Special Collections & University Archives
Political magazine collection, Puck, Judge, Jingo, 1881-1885, bulk 1884. see details...
Ohio State University Libraries
Rare Books & Manuscripts
Joseph Keppler 1837-1894 biographical file. see details...
Cornell University Libraries
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections
Joseph Keppler Jr. Iroquois papers, 1882-1944. see details...
The New-York Historical Society
Manuscript Department
Joseph Keppler cartoon collection [graphic] see details...
Houghton Library
Harvard Yard, Harvard University
Theodore Roosevelt Collection: Political cartoons: Original cartoon drawings, 1896-1942. see details...
University of Virginia Library
Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
Scrapbook of political cartoons [manuscript], 1896-1898. see details...

see also:
Keppler, Udo J., 1872-1956