The Klopp and Bartlett Company (1885 - 1945) was an American printing firm based in Omaha, Nebraska. Founded by Charles Klopp and Edward Bartlett (who were brothers-in-law), the firm started in a room on Farnam Street and then moved to the top two floors of the Lytle block. It moved to a new building built for the firm in July 1902 on the southwest corner of Tenth and Douglas streets. The firm existed until 1945 when it was renamed the K-B Company. The Omaha-based printing firm Redfield Direct, LLC (which is still in operation today) can trace its history back to the Klopp and Bartlett Company.