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Gold Star Service Banner (1 Star)

Gold Star Service Banner (1 Star)

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The Gold Star Mothers was founded by Grace Darling Seibold of Washington, D.C. Her son, First Lieutenant George Vaughn Seibold, was killed in aerial combat over France in August, 1918. Mrs. Seibold was already doing volunteer service in veteran's hospitals. After her son's death, she continued this work, and also began organizing a group of other women who had lost their sons in the war. The mothers did volunteer work together, and served as a support network for one another. On June 4, 1928, the members of the club decided to establish it as a national organization.

Today, membership in the Gold Star Mothers is open to any American woman whose child has died in the line of duty of the United States Armed Forces. Stepmothers and adoptive mothers are eligible for membership under certain circumstances.

The Gold Star Banners are 8 inches in width X 15 inches long.

Each Gold star represents one Fallen family member in the line of duty.

They are for indoor display (from a window facing out or other indoor location).

Each banner is made of nylon with embroidered star and includes a suction cup, chainette tassel and gold cord.

Part Number: Gold Star Service Banner
Availability: In Stock.

The Gold Star Mothers was founded by Grace Darling Seibold of Washington, D.C. Her son, First Lieutenant George Vaughn Seibold, was killed in aerial combat over France in August, 1918. Mrs. Seibold was already doing volunteer service in veteran's hospitals. After her son's death, she continued this work, and also began organizing a group of other women who had lost their sons in the war. The mothers did volunteer work together, and served as a support network for one another. On June 4, 1928, the members of the club decided to establish it as a national organization.

Today, membership in the Gold Star Mothers is open to any American woman whose child has died in the line of duty of the United States Armed Forces. Stepmothers and adoptive mothers are eligible for membership under certain circumstances.

The Gold Star Banners are 8 inches in width X 15 inches long.

Each Gold star represents one Fallen family member in the line of duty.

They are for indoor display (from a window facing out or other indoor location).

Each banner is made of nylon with embroidered star and includes a suction cup, chainette tassel and gold cord.

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