John Samuel Pughe (June 3, 1870 - April 19, 1909) was a Welsh-American cartoonist best known for his contributions to Puck magazine in the 1890s and early 1900s. After studying at Cooper Union, he began to illustrate news stories for the New York Recorder, Brooklyn Life and other publications in New York. In 1894, he began as a regular contributor to Puck, a relationship that would continue until health issues hampered his output soon before his death.

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