NAVA 19 (1985)
Ramada Inn Southeast, Kansas City, Missouri
October 11–13, 1985

Meeting flag description: The colors of the flag, red, white, and blue, are taken from the city flag of Kansas City, the state flag of Missouri, and the NAVA flag. Kansas City is located on the banks of the Missouri River, which is represented by the wavy-blue section at the base of the flag. The white “V” represents vexillology and forms the channel for the river. The interlocking hearts, a symbol of the city which also appears in the civic flag, are used as a central motif. The Roman numeral “XIX” appears in red in this symbol signifying this is the 19th annual meeting.

Meeting flag proportions: 2:3
Meeting flag designer: Ralph G. Holberg III
Meeting flag host: Woodrow W. Ridgway

Awards and Honors

Captain William Driver Award: Scot M. Guenter M.A.; Henry Untermeyer (Honorable Mention)