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Cellophane later adopted.1921 60% of expensive domestic clear Havana cigars are made in NYC, more than Florida.But Florida cigar makers cooperated and became masters of romantic PR and successfully campaigned to be associated with fine cigars in smokers’ minds.1922 Wages in a cigar factory range from to a week.Entries in light blue have been added since the February 15th, 2008, upload. Since the information was gathered over a period of 50 years from more than 1,000 sources, errors, contradictions or differences of opinion are inevitable.Entries in red are social or historic events with significant impact on the country. Feel free to write 1910 President Taft lights the cigarette of the Russian ambassador’s wife, reportedly the first cigarette smoked in the White House.Shredded filler cigars dried out quickly, a problem solved by foil wrapping them.Previously foil was mostly decorative, now became a matter of necessity.Laws requiring separate bathrooms keep women from being hired in small factories.1923 Exports of Cuban cigarettes hit an all time low.Once the world’s most sought after, they couldn’t compete with the Tobacco Trust’s marketing and price-cutting.
The protection of the cigar business of Cuba was thus entrusted to an official organization whose goal was to secure measures for domestic stabilization but also for developing an intensive campaign to expand markets for Cuban cigars and cigar tobacco.1928 Banders working by hand could put on 7,000 cigar bands in a day.Wording of the Free of Tax stamp changed.1931 A Tampa manufacturer of clear Havana cigars remarked “If our smokers can’t afford our higher priced sizes and demand a nickel cigar, I am willing to give it to them in the hope of keeping their loyalty on my brand until such time as the economy permits them to go back to the 2/25¢ and 3/50¢ sizes.” Many Tampa brands adopt this attitude.Many companies begin packing 1/40ths (boxes of 25) instead of 1/20ths (boxes of 50).1931 WHITE OWL reduces price to a nickel and becomes the largest selling 5¢ cigar, at 520,000,000 per year. Fendrich drops price of CHARLES DENBY from 8¢ to 5¢. drops price of LA PALINA from 6¢ to 5¢.1931 Short filler “shredded tobacco” cigars keeping Red Lion district alive in the depression. A few FAMOUS PLAYERS, NE-HI, LONG SMOKE, LUCKY LINDY, CITY NATIONAL, FIFTY-FIFTY, EL WADORA, O’SAN, PAYDAY, EMILIA GARCIA, LAS VEGAS, U. CLUB HOUSE, MEDITATION, HAVANA SWEETS, UTICA CLUB, CANADIAN CLUB, AMOS ‘N’ ANDY, SLEEPY EYE, HELLO WORLD, PEGGY O’NEIL, .1931 Bayuk wins NY State Supreme Court ruling stopping two NY cigar manufacturers from using the words “Phillies” or “Philadelphia” in the brand name, though the latter is permitted if the design of the box and band is distinctly different so as not to cause confusion on the part of a customer.1931 Readers in Tampa factories fired “for reading communist and socialist propaganda” claim owners. When they returned to work about three weeks later, radios had replaced readers.Government activities (usually laws) and particularly noteworthy companies are in bold as are brand names.
If a box, label or company is on exhibit, it is marked in claret color.The newly available banding machine, tended by two not so nimble girls who got paid less, applies 30,000 cigar bands a day.