Few things to know about Puck magazines.
It is unknown to many people that Puck was the first successful American magazine that pictured colored cartoons and political issues shown in a humorous manner through cartoons.
The publication of Puck magazines started from 1871 and continued till 1918.
Joseph Keppler was the founder of Puck weekly magazine and started publishing in German and English language.
One of the noteworthy Puck covers featured Columbia wearing the Easter bonnet on her head quoting “World Power”. This Puck cover was especially designed and featured to raise a question whether United States was behaving in an imperialistic approach towards other countries.
The head quarters of Puck magazines were based in New York City and Albert and Herman designed the building in 1885.