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Kellogg's Pep Orphan Annie

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Orphan Annie
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Illustration of a young girl in a red dress with white hair and large white eyes on a white background with black text in the lower right corner.

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Kellogg's PEP

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One of a series of 86 different comic character buttons issued by Kellogg's and given away with PEP cereal between 1945-1947. Other characters in the series included Dick Tracy, Popeye and Felix the Cat.

Little Orphan Annie was a daily American comic strip created by Harold Gray that was first published in 1924 and ran until 2010. The comic featured the adventures of Annie, the little red-haired orphan, and her dog, Sandy.


Hake's - KELLOGG'S PEP COMPLETE PREMIUM COMIC CHARACTER BUTTON SET OF 86. (2020). Retrieved 9 October 2020, from

Kellogg's Pep Pins. (2020). Retrieved 9 October 2020, from

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