The Vexilloid Tabloid – 50th edition!

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The February 2015 edition of our newsletter, The Vexilloid Tabloid, is the fiftieth we’ve published!  As always, it’s available as a PDF file on this site. You can also get it and future issues delivered to your inbox by emailing your request to subscribe@portlandflag.org.

VexTab 50 features:

  • The Vexilloid Tabloid at 50 Issues (Ted Kaye)
  • Provo Puts a Logo on a Bedsheet (Scott Mainwaring; previous blogged here)
  • A Flag’s Average Color (David Koski)

You’ll also find a most unusual What’s that Flag? quiz from David Koski, notes from the January PFA meeting hosted by Jesse Spillers, the latest on flags in or of Portland in Portland Flag Miscellany, and other items of vexillological interest.

Past issues of the Vexilloid Tabloid are available at portlandflag.org/vexilloid-tabloid.

Carl Larson shows the distinctive flag of the Taranaki region of New Zealand, where he spent half a year as a high school exchange student.
Carl Larson shows the distinctive flag of the Taranaki region of New Zealand, where he spent half a year as a high school exchange student.
The flag of Salem Oregon (1972), a recent acquisition by Michael Orelove, features a star and a stylized image of the state capitol’s cupola.
The flag of Salem, Oregon (1972), a recent acquisition by Michael Orelove, features a star and a stylized image of the state capitol’s cupola.
Becky Olson shows her own creation, a flag representing the warmth of Carl Larson’s house in winter.
Becky Olson shows her own creation, a flag representing the warmth of Carl Larson’s house in winter.
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Author: SDM

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