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About the Kansas State Flag 

Kansas remained content without its own state flag for many years.  It was not until 1927 that Adjutant General McLean shepherded an act through the state legislature "designating the form and color" of a state flag.  The new flag was created by John J. Ingalls, a state senator from Atchison.  Ingalls also proposed the state motto: Ad astra per aspera - "To the stars through difficulties."  Ingalls was to become a US senator who gained nationwide recognition for his skill as an orator.

The Kansas state flag consists of a field of dark blue with the state seal in the center.  A sunflower on a bar of twisted gold lies above the seal.  Below, the name Kansas is inscribed in gold letters.  The official description of Kansas' state seal is as follows:  The east is represented by a rising sun, in the right-hand corner of the seal; to the left of it, commerce is represented by a river and a steamboat; in the foreground, agriculture is represented as the basis of the future prosperity of the state, by a settler's cabin and a man plowing with a pair lf horses; beyond this is a train of ox-wagons, going west, in the background is seen a herd of buffalo, retreating, pursued by two Indians, on horseback; around the top is the motto, 'Ad astra per aspera,' and beneath a cluster of thirty-four stars.  The circle is surrounded by the words, "great seal of the state of Kansas.  January 29, 1861."  

The thirty-four stars represent Kansas' admission to the Union as the 34th state.  The rolling hills symbolize the terrain near Fort Riley.  The date is that of Kansas' admission to the Union.  

The sunflower as it appears on the state flag depicts Kansas' state crest, and insignia designated by the War Department in 1923.  It consists of a sunflower atop a bar or wreath meant to symbolize the Louisiana Purchase.  The crest's placement above the state seal ensures that the sunflower is the most obvious single symbol on the flag.

Kansas State Flag 

Kansas State Flag 3'x5'

Kansas State Flag 3'x5'

Beautiful, brilliant colors, fast to sun and rain, are dyed into 100% nylon, with its soft supple hand. Our superb construction, complete with heavy canvas heading and brass grommets lasts and lasts. Crafted to exacting specifications, our seals and designs are thoroughly researched and fully authenticated, conforming to official state specifications. All intricate emblems are faithfully and accurately reproduced in fine detail. Specially created for outdoor use.


 

Large Kansas State Flag

 
Nylon Premium Kansas Flag Kit 5 ft. x 8 ft. flag / 12 ft. x 1-3/8 in. pole

Nylon Premium Kansas Flag Kit 5 ft. x 8 ft. flag / 12 ft. x 1-3/8 in. pole

This classic Kansas state flag set has everything you need for a beautiful display. A flag made from beautiful heavyweight all-nylon taffeta with a brilliant luster. The flag is decorated with 2 in. gold bullion fringe and finished with flannel lined pole heading and Velcro tabs. A two-piece oak pole with brass screw joint 1-1/4 in. diameter. A gold cord and tassels. A 7-3/4 in. gold aluminum fancy spear ornament An Admiral floor stand made from cast iron and with a gold anodized aluminum cover. Our Flag spreader enhances flag displays on indoor presentation sets. And don't forget to display a same sized American presentation set with your state flag. Made to order. 


 

Kansas State Flag Stickers

 
Kansas State Flag

 

University Flags

 
Kansas State Wildcats 3X5 Flag

 

Kansas State Flag Posters

 

 


 

 


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