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Walla Walla County, Washington (U.S.)

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[Flag of Walla Walla County, Washington] by André Coutanche, 17 February 2004

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Description of the Flag


Joe McMillan, 17 February 2004

It is a dark blue flag with a large state map on white; on it, the county territory is filled in bright green with a white five-pointed star on it. Sprinkled across the state map, representations of local landmarks and resources:

Above the map, in white curved lettering set in non slanted cursive, the words "Walla Walla County", and below the map, set in a very different type, also in white, "Established 1854".

This flag was was created by Janice Mason, who won an official competition. Approximate ratio is 3:5.

António Martins-Tuválkin, 22 May 2004

Former (?) Flag of Walla Walla County

[Former (?) Flag of Walla Walla County, Washington] by Jens Pattke, 4 May 2001

Source: "Welcome to Washington", 2nd edition by Clem Buckley and Jim Bruner (c) 1998 Jim Bruner, Publisher ISBN: 0-9628251-1-5.

Falko Schmidt, 4 May 2001

The former flag shows a circular emblem on a white ~3:5 background. It reads "Walla Walla County" above and "Established 1854" below, set in black sans serif capitals. The emblem is divided in four quadrants, each featuring a local landmark or resource symbol:

António Martins-Tuválkin, 22 May 2004 Mostbet