Arizona State Flag 3x5 or 4x6 ft. (fringed)
Arizona was entered into the United States in 1848, after the Mexican War, but did not have a Flag until 1911. The territory's Adjutant General, Charles Harris, designed a Flag and it was made official in 1917. Harris indicated that his design was meant to show the sun setting over the desert with the central star symbolizing the main mineral found in the state, and the blue lower half representing the United States. All Annin Flagmakers flags are sewn in either South Boston, VA or Coshocton, OH. Annin's superior quality is time-tested and meets the requirements of the most discerning buyer.
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