Letters, Dec. 26, 1932

Vice President's Flag

Sirs: In your Dec. 5 issue, p. 11, col. 2 you state: "Most of the books and the vice-presidential flag etc. etc. My husband, a U. S. Navy man, claims the Vice President does not have a flag. . . . MRS. J. M. SCHMUTZ Rockport, Mass. The Vice President has no specific flag. But in his office is a flag specially made for him. a U. S. flag of rich silk on a short mahogany staff. It is fringed with gold, surmounted with an eagle, has two gold tassels.—ED. Al Smith's...

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