The official flag of Wichita, Kansas.

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 It was chosen as the winner of a design contest in1937 and the winning designer, Cecil McAlister, won $40 for first prize. Three red and three white rays alternate from an off-center blue sun. The rays are the path of freedom to come and go as one pleases. The blue disc represents happiness, contentment. Stitched on the blue sun is an Indian symbol for hogan or permanent home. It's a white circle with four sets of three parallel rays emanating from the circle's principal axis.

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 Wichita has a City Flag - Beautiful - designed in 1939 by local artist Cecil McAllister. It flies daily at Kennedy Plaza on Douglas Avenue in front of the Century Two convention Hall. Wichita Flag, Indian Symbols, Love Parents, City Flags, History Education, My Town, Road Trippin, Local Artists, Typography Design

The Wichita Flag

Yes! Wichita has a City Flag - Beautiful - designed in 1939 by local artist Cecil McAllister. It flies daily at Kennedy Plaza on Douglas Avenue in front of the Century Two convention Hall.