Here are the Governor's flags, from State Military Regulation 16, section 2, 8 April 1966:
a. The flag of the Governor is of blue wool bunting, 10.2 feet hoist by
16 feet fly. In each of the four corners is a white five-pointed star with
one point upwards, and in the center of the flag is the coat of arms of the
b. The color of the Governor is of blue silk, 4 feet 4 inches hoist by 5
feet 6 inches fly, of the same design as that of the flag of the Governor
and trimmed on three edges with a knotted fringe of blue and gold bullion
2.5 inches wide. The device and stars are embroidered. The staff is of wood,
ebony finish, single screw jointed, 10 feet 3 inches in length, including
gold-plated head and ferrule. The head is a spear 7.75 inches in height.
Attached just below the head of the staff is a cord 8 feet 6 inches in
length, with a tassel at each end. Cord and tassel are of blue and gold silk
c. The boat flag of the Governor is of blue wool bunting, 3 feet hoist
by 4 feet fly, of the same design as that of the flag of the Governor.
d. The automobile flag of the Governor is of blue silk or other suitable
material, 1 foot 6 inches hoist by 2 feet 2 inches fly, of the same design
as that of the flag of the Governor, and is trimmed on three edges with a
knotted fringe of blue and gold silk strands 1.5 inches wide.
In an unrelated note, the official State muffin is the apple muffin and the ladybug (coccinella novemnotata) is the official insect. Kurt Stutt, 1 July 1996
In use since circa 1900 [smi75a]; current regulation 1966. Joe McMillan, 25 February 2000