List of Dewey Decimal classes


This list of categories is built on the „Dewey Decimal System“ system. Thus, it is possible to easily bind additional categories.

000 Information and General Works
100 Philosophy and Psychology

200 Religion

300 Social Sciences

    383 Postal communication

Greetings from Hawai’i

 

400 Language
500 Science
600 Technology
700 Arts and Recreation
740 Graphic Arts

782 Vocal Music
John Cruz & Hawai’ian Island Style Music
LT Smooth „Change“

791 Public Performance
Joy Kalea   „Milestone 5.0 at Ali’i Drive“

792 Stage Presentations

800 Literature
813 American Fiction in English

899 Literatures of non-Austronesian languages of Oceania, of Austronesian languages, of miscellaneous languages
Leialoha Perkins – „Kumulipo“

900 History and Geography
904 Collected Accounts of Events
Leon Siu at Iolani Palace

920 Biography, Genealogy, Insignia

973 United States

978 Western U.S.

996 Polynesia and other Pacific Ocean islands
Niklaus Schweizer & Lorenz Gonschor – „Das politische Südseeparadies“

 

More interesting Links:

Puck 1 – School Begins


1899 cartoon depicting Uncle Sam educating the “uncivilized” nations of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippines. An interesting cartoon created …

Joseph Ferdinand Keppler the founder of the “Puck” magazine, was born at 1. February 1838 in Vienna, Austria. After the studies of art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, he traveled in Tirol and Italy. Everywhere he went, he got famous about his telling stories and his drawings.

Joseph Ferdinand Keppler Born: February 1, 1838 Vienna Died: February 19, 1894 (aged 56) New York City

In 1864, he married the Viennese actress Minna Rubens. His father left Europe by the revolution at 1848 and went in a little town in North Missouri. Joseph Keppler emigrated with his new wife to his father.

Soon went Joseph Keppler with Minna Rubens to St. Louis in 1867. At 1869, J. Keppler help launching at the German-American magazine “Vehme”, for only one year. Kepplers wife, the actress, Minna Rubens died 1870.

Joseph Keppler began in March 1871 to draw cartoons to the magazine “Puck” until August, 1872. In the same year 1871, he married Pauline Pfau witch gave three children, Udo, Irma and Olga, birth.

Fall 1872, Joseph moved with his family to New York and work for Frank Leslie‘s publishing house. 1874, they began contributing political cartoons to Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper. In September, 27. 1876 Joseph, Ferdidand Keppler and Frank Leslie with the employee Adolph Schwarzmann resurrected the “Puck” magazine for the New York German-American audience. Keppler’s main work was in producing cartoons drawings for criticizing President Ulysses S. Grant, and the political corruption of his administration. His cartoons were famous for their caustic wit, generating much publicity for Puck and pioneering the use of color lithography for caricature. Much of his success was due to a clever adaptation of classical and historical subjects to his criticisms of modern life.

Lafayette Street New York
Puck Magazin Druckerei von Albert Wagner entworfen

The “Puck“ magazine was the first successful humor magazine in the United States of colorful cartoons, caricatures and political satire of the issues of the day. It was published from 1871 until 1918. Under several owners and editors continued the English language magazine for more then 40 years, until i got bought by the William Randolph Hearst company in 1916. The publication lasted two more years; the final edition was distributed September 5, 1918. A typical 32-page issue contained a full-color political cartoon on the front cover and a color non-political cartoon or

US-amerikanischen Library of Congress
Columbia trägt ein Kriegsschiff als Hut.

comic strip on the back cover. There was always a double-page color centerfold, usually on a political topic. There were numerous black-and-white cartoons used to illustrate humorous anecdotes. A page of editorials commented on the issues of the day, and the last few pages were devoted to advertisements.

The name of the magazine “Puck”, according to Wikipedia sources, comes from the word “Puckish” what means “childishly mischievous”. In May 1893, Puck Press published A Selection of Cartoons from Puck by Joseph Keppler (1877–1892) featuring 56 cartoons chosen by Keppler as his best work. Also during 1893, Keppler temporarily moved to Chicago and published a smaller-format, 12-page version of Puck from the Chicago World’s Fair grounds. Shortly thereafter, Joseph Keppler died, and Henry Cuyler Bunner, editor of Puck since 1877 continued the magazine until his own death in 1896. Harry Leon Wilson replaced Bunner and remained editor until he resigned in 1902. Joseph Keppler Jr. then became the editor.

The Puck Building in 1895 with the playful corner statue

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List of Dewey Decimal classes


Diese Kategorienliste ist auf dem System nach Dewey Decimal System aufgebaut. Somit ist es möglich, zusätzliche Kategorien sehr einfach ein zu binden.

000 Information and General Works
100 Philosophy and Psychology
Poka Leanui at Waianae
200 Religion
Pat at Hilo’s Lyman Missionary House and Museum
300 Social Sciences

    383 Post Kommunikation

400 Language
500 Science
600 Technology
700 Arts and Recreation
740 Graphic Arts
Estria at Kamuki High Schoo’s Mele Murals
782 Vocal Music
John Cruz & Hawai’ian Island Style Music

John Cruz at Lahaina’s Canoe Hale
Samati Smooth at Kailua Kona

791 Public Performance
Joy Kalea   „Milestone 5.0 at Ali’i Drive“
Joy at Kailua Kona
792 Stage Presentations
Milton at Kaneohe
800 Literature
813 American Fiction in English
Jen Angeli at Bishop Museum
899 Literatures of non-Austronesian languages of Oceania, of Austronesian languages, of miscellaneous languages
Leialoha Perkins at Makaha
900 History and Geography
904 Collected Accounts of Events
Leon Siu at Iolani Palace
920 Biography, Genealogy, Insignia
Routh at Pupukea home
973 United States
Umi (Big 5) at Kamehameha Schools
978 Western U.S.
Williamson (legal findings) with Routh
996 Polynesia and other Pacific Ocean islands

 

Weitere interessante Links:
Niklaus and Lorenz at University