Author: Philip Tibbetts.
Rationale: The yellow sunflower is the official state flower and has long been the common emblem for the state. Here it is charged on a blue field to reflect its use on the current Kansas flag. Below this is a nebuly field division, leaving a thin yellow hoop towards the base of the flag. The nebuly pattern of the field division symbolises the air and as such recalls the origins of the name Kansas as 'southern wind'.
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The flag of Kansas was designed in 1925. Officially adopted by the Kansas State Legislature in...