Triangular pennant, dark blue felt with white printed image of the face of an American Indian man in profile, wearing headdress, and the printed inscription "MIDLAND BEACH / S.I. N.Y." Edge of pennant has two pairs of blue felt ties for attaching, and a white felt strip along the edge.
(Keywords: Souvenir, Early Twentieth Century, New York, Native American)
|Acquisition||Gift of Kevin Lewis in memory of Barry Leo Delaney|
|Ownership and History||Pennants like this were sold at the souvenir shops and concession stands that lined Staten Island's popular beach resorts in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.|
|Lexicon Sub-category||Documentary Artifact|
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