Northeast Minneapolis Flag (3' x 5')
The little-known flag of Northeast Minneapolis.
It was designed in 1975 by local 10-year-old Tony Di Giovanni as part of a contest put on by the Northeast State Bank. With blue and white stripes and the red star-spangled "NE" in the corner, the flag is a striking and vexillologically sound design!
The Northeast State Bank, ran for decades by local businessman and community pillar Walter Rasmussen, has long been proud of its flags, which represent the diversity of cultures in Northeast Minneapolis. The flag still flies proudly today over the bank's unique "Parking Lot Park", but is a rare sight elsewhere in the neighborhood.
This is a "full size" 3' by 5' flag, well suited for flagpoles and the like.