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image from NAVA City Flag Survey
A modified burgee-shaped flag with red-white-blue stripes near the hoist, a
blue stripe horizontal, yellow-red-yellow vertical stripes in the center,
red-white-red horizontal chevrons toward the fly, and red and green trim at the
fly, all on a white field. Fourteen white stars are arranged on the blue
stripes. At the center is the city seal.
Source: NAVA City Flag Survey
The Tampa Bay suburb of Spring Hill, in Hernando County, uses a yellow field,
with a red band surrounding it, a red cardinal in the middle in a field of four
white flowers, and a tapered red banner above the cardinal reading "SPRING
HILL", in white letters. A more recent variation contains a tapered yellow
banner reading "SPRING HILL" in red letters above the cardinal.
Daniel Timothy Dey, 8 September 2005
This postcard was sold on E-bay in
February 2005. It appears to show a flag of Ybor City, a district of
Tampa, diagonally quartered green, yellow, red and blue, with a central circular
emblem incorporating the name and a cigar, and a narrow centered vertical white stripe.
located by Dov Gutterman, 22 February 2005
Tampa has the oldest Cuban-American community in the US (19th century). Ybor
City is the district where they've settled.
Al Kirsch, 22 February 2005