June Tabloid, July Meeting

The June 2013 Vexilloid Tabloid features:

  • The Colors of Portland’s Flag (Ted Kaye)
  • A Mysterious Flag? (Sophie Rault on the Blackhawks flag)
  • John Hood’s Flags

and as always the “What’s that Flag?” (from quizmaster Max Liberman),  notes from our last meeting, and our new recurring feature on Portland city flag news, Portland Flag Miscellany.  Click here for this latest issue (PDF, 1.6MB), or see portlandflag.org/vexilloid-tabloid for access to this and all previous issues.

The next PFA meeting will be at Ted Kaye’s house in NW Portland, 7 p.m., Thursday, July 11, 2013.  See the next meeting page for details.

We look forward to seeing those of you who have missed recent meetings, plus hear some new stories, see some different flags, and engage in provocative discussion.  Newcomers interested in flags always welcome!

If you can’t get to the meeting, perhaps you can give Vexilloid Tabloid editor Ted Kaye something to share with our readers and web visitors.

Finally, here is just a sampling of  images from the latest Tabloid:

Scott Mainwaring hoists the PFA flag to start the May meeting.
Scott Mainwaring hoists the PFA flag to start the May meeting.
Fred Barrett describes his proposed flag for Oregon, as an image of it flying is viewed.
Fred Barrett describes his proposed flag for Oregon, as an image of it flying is viewed.
This 46-star (1908-12) U.S. flag one belonged to John Hood's mother; it has been entrusted to PFA for use in educational presentations.
This 46-star (1908-12) U.S. flag once belonged to John Hood’s mother; it has been entrusted to PFA for use in educational presentations.

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Author: SDM

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