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Marshfield, Massachusetts (U.S.)

Plymouth County

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[Flag of Marshfield, Massachusetts] image by Masao Okazaki, 28 June 2022
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Description of the flag

The flag of Marshfield is presented by Mary Jane Hanron, "Wicked Local Marshfield", 12 June 2013

In June 1982 Marshfield voters selected a town banner to be flown in the Massachusetts State House Hall of Flags representing the community. Now proudly displayed in the Furnace Brook Middle School auditorium the flag was reintroduced in April 2013 at Town Meeting. [...]
In a 1982 contest sponsored by the Marshfield Mariner, residents submitted designs depicting the spirit of the community, its history and beauty. A design from resident Dorit Flowers won the hearts and votes of the town with its depiction of Marshfield's natural resources and heritage. The design features three fields of color. Two panels of Marshfield green flank a center block of crisp white. Within the white field is a depiction of four iconic Marshfield landmarks. The Winslow House and Hatch Mill represent the town's beginnings and long and rich history. Then there is a church to symbolize the town's benevolence, community spirit and faith. An idyllic depiction of the North River, marshes and woodlands seen prevalently throughout the town completes the image. [...] - "Wicked Local Marshfield", 12 June 2013
Ivan Sache, 13 June 2013

The flag appears in this 2013 article: 
Masao Okazaki, 28 June 2022

Flag with white field

A white flag, with a white town seal centered. The seal shows a shield quartered showing four local scenes and name and state in an outer ring. Marshfield is in Plymouth County.

Source: Town home page
Dov Gutterman, 16 December 2002


[Municipal seal] image located by Paul Bassinson, 3 May 2020

Paul Bassinson, 3 May 2020