Issued November 6, 1912
PUCK magazine was founded by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler in St. Louis in March 1871 as a German/English publication. The first English language edition was published in New York City in March 1877. Artists and writers from PUCK started their own magazine JUDGE in 1881. By 1912 it has a circulation of over 100,000.
PUCK magazine – November 6, 1912
Uncle Sam crows as Mother Hen Democracy looks on with pride as newly hatched chick Democratic president elect Woodrow Wilson emerges from his egg.