KAY KRAFT
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KAY KRAFT
Sometimes hyphenated as Kay-Kraft. See Kay. Instruments previously produced in Chicago, IL from the mid-1920s to the mid-1950s.
Henry Kay Kuhrmeyer, who worked his way up from company secretary, treasurer, and later to president of Stromberg-Voisenet, lent his middle name to a popular selling line of guitars, mandolins, and banjos. When Kuhrmeyer gained control of Stromberg-Voisenet and changed the name to Kay Musical Instruments, he continued to use the Kay Kraft trademark. Instruments using this trademark could thus be either Stromberg-Voisenet or Kay (depending on the label) but was still produced by the same company in the same facilities.

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