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Keppler & Schwarzmann (Behalf of Puck Magazine) to Charles W. Chesnutt, 18 July 1889

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"What fools these Morals be!"



Mr. Chas. W. Chesnutt,

Cleveland, Ohio. Dear Sir:

Enclosed please find our remittance for Three 50/100 Dollars ($3.50), in payment of your contribution, entitled A Roman Antique, which appeared in No. 645 of "Puck."

Respectfully yours, "KEPPLER & SCHWARZMANN."

Correspondent: Keppler & Schwarzmann was the publisher from 1877–1913 of Puck (1877–1918), a very successful humor and political satire magazine based in New York City. The magazine was started by Joseph Ferdinand Keppler (1838–1894) in partnership with Adolph Schwarzmann (1838–1904), a printer. Henry Cuyler Bunner (1855–1896) was the editor from 1878 to his death. Chesnutt published nine stories in Puck.