Puck was America's first and most influential humor magazine. Throughout its more than four decade (1877-1918) run, the weekly publication was filled with color cartoons that tackled the issues of the day through caricature and political satire. Curated by Richard Samuel West and Michael Alexander Kahn (authors of the book, What Fools These Mortals Be! The Story of Puck), this show features some of Puck's most memorable cartoons by some of the country's most talented cartoonists, including chromolithographs by Joseph Keppler, Rose O'Neill, Frederick Opper, F.M. Howarth, Rolf Armstrong, Bernhard Gillam, J.S. Pughe and more.

Puck was America's first and most influential humor magazine. Throughout its more than four decade (1877-1918) run, the weekly publication was filled with color cartoons that tackled the issues of the day through caricature and political satire. Curated by Richard Samuel West and Michael Alexander Kahn (authors of the book, What Fools These Mortals Be! The Story of Puck), this show features some of Puck's most memorable cartoons by some of the country's most talented cartoonists, including chromolithographs by Joseph Keppler, Rose O'Neill, Frederick