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image located by Valentin Poposki, 4 October 2005
The flag consists of 11 stripes, sloping at a low angle toward the hoist. The stripes are alternating red and white, but the center one is broader and blue, and bears a grey steam train with engine, tender and one wagon. Arched over the train are 7 gold stars mimicking the steam from the train. In the lower hoist is a magnolia blossom, in the lower fly a red camellia. In the upper hoist, the city seal.
I was initially contacted in 1993 by the city of McComb about designing the flag, but was not involved in this project.
Clay Moss, 5 October 2005
The city of McComb has been known as the Camellia City for as long as I can remember.
K.I. Brothers, 10 January 2007
image located by Paul Bassinson, 24 September 2019
Paul Bassinson, 24 September 2019