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Wichita, KS flag merchandise
The Workroom Wichita Flag Candy Jar
Elisabeth Owens Elisabeth Owens Postcards
The Workroom Wichita Flag Satin Etched Pint Glass
Jan Hoop Wichita Flag Ornament
ICTMakers ICTMakers Soup Mug
The Workroom Gift Bundles- "Lost in Oz/Kansas as Eff!"
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The Wichita flag was officially accepted on Flag Day, June 14, 1937. The Winning design was created by local artist Cecil McAlister, who won a grand total of $40 for his first place design. The flag is made up of 3 distinct components: The "blue sun" is slightly off center and is a symbol of happiness & contentment. The design over the "blue sun" is a Native American symbol for "hogan" or permanent home, while the alternating red and white rays represent the path of freedom to come and go as one pleases. There were only 6 original flags made by a west-side seamstress, named Mary J. Harper. In her day, she was often referred to as "Wichita's Betsy Ross;" It took her an entire day to piece together the complicated design.