Henry Cuyler Bunner

1855 –

Henry Cuyler Bunner, also known as H.C. Bunner, was born on August 3, 1855, in Oswego, New York. He was a political journalist and the editor of Puck, one of America’s first comic magazines. Bunner was the author of several plays, novels, and books of poems including Rowen (Scribner, 1892), Short Sixes (Scribner, 1891), Airs from Arcady (Scribner, 1884) and The Tower of Babel (1883). He died on May 11, 1896 in Nutley, New Jersey.