KRAZY KAT CIGARETTE CO. 1934
Krazy Kat was an intellectual newspaper comic strip which ran from 1913 to 1944. Its setting was Coconino County, ironically not so far from the home of the Ideal Cap Co. This was the heyday of smoking and numerous small cigarette companies sprang in and out of existence. Elegant and bohemian ladies could be seen lighting up at the Krazy Kat Klub. When the comic strip stopped running in the Sunday editions in the summer of 1934, the KK Cigarette Co. began operations. No one seemed aware of the risk. Even as late as 1952 cartons of Camels were sent to V.A. hospitals every time the home team hit a home run. Gold Round Crown; Black 3’Visor, Eyelets and Button; Black and White Embroidered Logo.