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202nd Regiment, InfantryNY VolunteersNational Color58” hoist x 66 1/2” fly1898

National color, 202nd Regiment, NY State Volunteers

The 202nd Regiment, Infantry, New York Volunteers organized at the 65th Regiment armory in Buffalo, New York beginning in June 1898. The regiment received this 45-star national color on August 11, 1898 from the Society of Sons of the Revolution. Manufactured by Annin & Company of New York City, the silk national color includes the regiment's numeric designation embroidered in white to the center red stripe and bright, yellow-colored, knotted fringe on three sides.(1995.3781)

See the 202nd Infantry Regiment History Page for more information about the unit.

New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History
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