J. Ottman Lithographic Company

J. Ottman Lithographic Company operated out of the Puck Building in New York from around 1886 to1906. Their primary role was as lithographer for the humoristic magazine Puck. Ottman had its roots in an earlier lithographic company, which Jacob Ottman created with two partners (Vincent Mayer and August Merkel) in 1874. After Mayer and Merkel retired in 1885, the company was renamed J. Ottman Lithographing Company. When Ottman died in 1890, the firm remained in business until finally going bankrupt at the beginning of the 20th century.

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