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  • The history of the house is very interesting and the tour was much fun. Thanks for a great afternoon!
    Bill Taylor

    A New Flag for McAllister House

    August 26th, 2012


    Whenever the weather cooperates and the museum is open an American Flag is flown from the front porch.  The flag used these last several years was faded and worn and becoming tattered.  It also, amazingly, had 48 stars.  This is historically inaccurate both for the opening of the museum (1961) or the time of Major Henry McAllister (a 37 star flag may be seen in the library)  So Senator Mark Udall donated a 50 star flag to the Museum.  This flag previously flew over our Capital Building in Washington D.C.  During the Ice Cream Social a ceremony conducted by Scout Troop 101 removed the worn flag and installed our new one.

    Preparing for the flag ceremony

    Preparing for the flag ceremony

    Our old 48 star flagRetiring the old flag with dignityOur new flagThe new flag in place

    And the Scouts are off for a ride downtown in a Model T Ford

    And the Scouts are off for a ride downtown in a Model T Ford

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