PFA member Ken Dale took this striking image from the Oregon City Bridge on September 11, 2004. It seems an appropriate image for Flag Day (June 14th). According to former West Lynn major Alice Norris: The photo is from our annual 9/11 ceremony, a silent remembrance of the September 11 attacks. The City of West […]
The answer, of course, is no one. However, as John reveals in his Open Letter to Members in the latest edition of The Vexilloid Tabloid, someone must replace John as editor of this venerable publication if it is to continue. Over 29 issues John has diligently and with great humor built the Tabloid into one […]
Just published: The September 2010 issue of The Vexilloid Tabloid features: Oregon Flag Registry (Ted Kaye) The Neutral Flags Fraud: How the new U.S. flag perpetuated the slave trade on behalf of the British Empire (Patrick Genna) and as always the “What’s That Flag?” quiz, Flags in the News, and notes from our most recent […]
Flags want to be flown, and John Hood knows when to fly them, according to history and customs. In the new issue of PFA’s newsletter, The Vexilloid Tabloid, he draws from his extensive database of flag flying days to suggest a flag a day for the next two months. Also in this issue, Michael Orelove […]
The Portland Flag Association will be meeting tonight, Thursday July 8th. Please see the Next Meeting page for details. Hope to see you there!
The May 2010 issue of John Hood’s PFA newsletter The Vexilloid Tabloid features: We Have a Flag — Now What? (John Hood & Max Liberman) Review of El libro del conocimiento de todos los reinos (The Book of Knowledge of All Kingdoms) edited and translated by Nancy Marino (Ted Kaye) and as always the “What’s […]
All 25 issues of our newsletter The Vexilloid Tabloid are now available as PDF files. Kudos to our esteemed vexillological puzzlemaster, newshound, and editor, John Hood!
Welcome to the online home of the Portland Flag Association! Stay tuned — we are in the process of moving our newsletter The Vexilloid Tabloid and other content online. We welcome new members! Please email John Hood at vivijohn [at] comcast.net for information about our group and our next bimonthly meeting.