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Oak Hill, West Virginia (U.S.)

Fayette County

Last modified: 2023-03-04 by rick wyatt
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[Flag of Oak Hill, West Virginia] image by David Zigler, 26 February 2023
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Description of the Flag

The flag is a buttermilk field with a double border of red and black. In the center is what appears to be a city emblem. From what I can make out, it appears to a seal or emblem version of the city logo.
Photo of the flag inside the city hall:
David Zigler, 26 February 2023

The typeface on that photo is really hard to make out. The middle of the W seems to go really low, and the bottom of the Vs even look curved! Some letters might even be lower case.
Masao Okazaki, 26 February 2023


[logo of Oak Hill, West Virginia] image by David Zigler, 26 February 2023

The logo is made of a brown half-ring with a branch sprouting out of it. On the branch is a yellow and red leaf along with an acorn. Above the ring is the text "CITY OF" and the town name under the half-ring. Under the name is a partial circle with the state name on it. Under that circle is the establishment date of 1903, and the incorporation date of 1925. The logo is surrounded by a golden outline in a similar shape to the main logo itself.
The logo on the city's website:
David Zigler, 26 February 2023