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Small American flag printed on white fabric. A narrow hem is machine-stitched in red thread at the upper and lower edges, while the ends are serged in red thread. The flag is stapled at top and bottom to a shiny black pole, either painted wood or plastic, ending in a turned wood finial that is painted gold. Below the flag, stapled around the pole, is a piece of heavy white paper printed in black with the words "This Flag / was at South Pole / December 5, 1964 / George M. Ivey". The flag pole is fastened to the PL upright of the easel, 2006.047.001b, with two pieces of adhesive tape.
Location:3500 Shamrock Dr,North Carolina,Charlotte,28215