NAVA 38 (2004)

Radisson Hotel City Centre, Indianapolis, Indiana
October 8–10, 2004

Meeting flag description: Based on the black-and-white checkered racing flag made famous by the Indianapolis 500-Mile Race, this flag is frequently associated with that city. Superimposed over the checkered-flag design, also in black and white, is the basic Indianapolis city flag design fit into an inverted triangle. That, in turn, is outlined at the bottom by a black-on-white “V” for vexillology.
Meeting flag proportions:
Meeting flag designer: James A. Croft
Meeting host:

Photo Gallery

Presentations

The “Pine Tree” Flag in the American Revolution, Peter A. Ansoff, Va.

The Genesis of the Stars and Bars, Devereaux D. Cannon, Jr. J.D., Tenn.

Betsy Ross—An American Patriot and Legend Revisited, John B. Harker M.A., Fla.

The Hawaiian Flag, Patrick Ka’ano’i, Hawaii

American City Flags—The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Edward B. Kaye, Ore.

Star Patterns, David B. Martucci, Maine

Changing Perspectives on Vexillology, Whitney Smith Ph.D., LF, FF, WSF, Mass.

The Eagles of Buenos Aires, Gustavo Tracchia, N.Y., and Francisco Gregoric, Argentina

Flags of Meso-America, Rafael Yates Sosa M.D., Mexico

Awards and Honors

Captain William Driver Award: Devereaux D. Cannon, Jr. J.D.