Kansas City Katz

In 1914, brothers Ike and Mike Katz opened two stores in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, one on the corner of 8th Street and Grand Avenue, and one in a building known as the Argyle Building on the corner of 12th and McGee Street. When the United States entered World War I in 1917, the Katz Drug Stores became famous in Kansas City.
The store  sponsored a summertime ballclub in Kansas City’s Ban Johnson league that wore an unmistakeable navy ballcap with the Katz Drug Store’s striking white cat logo.
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