Vintage Patriotic Wall Art Poster "His 128th Birthday (1904)" Celebrating the Fourth of July

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       You will love this vintage Patriotic Wall Art poster created in 1904. You get a digital file of a remastered art print of Joseph Keppler Jr.’s well-known patriotic themed poster – “His 128th Birthday (1904).” This is a cartoon map that appeared on the cover of Puck Magazine questioning American expansionism on the eve of the Fourth of July. The American eagle sits just north of the proposed Panama Canal, one wingtip in the Philippines, the other sheltering Puerto Rico. The caption expresses concern: "Gee, but this is an awful stretch!"

       Decorating your home doesn’t have to cost you an enormous amount of money. Get these digital prints in high resolution 300 dpi that you may easily print yourself at a very affordable price. Stunning printable art can be easily personalized to your home or office. Print them at home, a local print shop, or upload the files to an online printing service such as CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, and Shutterfly. Printing on matte photo paper can give the art a more natural look. Soft luster paper adds more color saturation. You will receive 4 high resolution JPG Files (300 dpi).

       Udo J. Keppler, known from 1894 as Joseph Keppler Jr., was an American political cartoonist, publisher, and Native American advocate. The son of cartoonist Joseph     Keppler (1838–1894), who founded Puck magazine, the younger Keppler also contributed cartoons, and became co-owner of the magazine after his father's death, when he changed his name to Joseph Keppler. He was also a collector of Native American artifacts, and was adopted by the Seneca Nation, where he became an honorary chief and given the name Gyantwaka.
       Keppler was born on April 4, 1872 in St. Louis, Missouri. He graduated from the Columbia Institute in 1888, and studied in Germany in 1890 and 1891. He was with Puck from 1890 to 1914. He married Louise (Lulu) Eva Bechtel, daughter of wealthy brewer George Bechtel, on April 4, 1895, a marriage opposed by his mother and sisters. He sold Puck in December 1913, remaining art director for another four months. He later contributed to Judge and Leslie's Weekly until 1915. He retired in 1920, and in 1946 moved to La Jolla, California, where he died on July 4, 1956.

You get 1 file in zip format to download to print out the 3:4 Ratio sizes in inches:  6 X 8, 12 X 16, 18 X 24 and 24 X 32 inches.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: This is a digital product. This is a DIGITAL PRINT from original art that has been remastered. NO physical item will be shipped. Because this is a digital product download, no refunds are accepted.

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You get 1 file in zip format to download to print out the 3:4 Ratio sizes in inches: 6 X 8, 12 X 16, 18 X 24 and 24 X 32 inches of this vintage patriotic art print!

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Vintage Patriotic Wall Art Poster "His 128th Birthday (1904)" Celebrating the Fourth of July

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