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Oklahoma State Pin

"OK" pin

Adopted on May 6, 1982.

The "OK" pin was adopted on May 6, 1982. The "OK" pin shall consist of the letters "OK" with a sky blue replica of the State of Oklahoma imposed over the letters. Inside the replica of the State of Oklahoma shall be a circular rawhide American Indian shield, with the lower half of the shield fringed with pendant eagle feathers, and superimposed on the face of the shield a calumet or peace pipe, crossed at right angels by an olive branch.

Oklahoma State Pin: "OK" pin

Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 36

A Concurrent Resolution designating the "OK" pin as the official state pin;
describing the "OK" pin; authorizing the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department to investigate and pursue patent or copyright; and directing distribution.

WHEREAS, the State of Oklahoma has no official state pin at this time; and

WHEREAS, the "OK" pin can be worn with pride as a symbol of the exceptional social, economic and geographic environment the citizens of the great State of Oklahoma enjoy; and

WHEREAS, the "OK" pin shall consist of the letters "OK" with a sky blue replica of the State of Oklahoma imposed over the letters. Inside the replica of the State of Oklahoma shall be a circular rawhide American Indian shield, with the lower half of the shield fringed with pendant eagle feathers, and superimposed on the face of the shield a calumet or peace pipe, crossed at right angels by an olive branch.

Now, Therefore, be it resolved by the Senate of the 2nd Session of the 38th Oklahoma Legislature, the House of Representatives concurring therein:

THAT the "OK" pin is hereby designated and adopted as the official pin of the State of Oklahoma.

THAT the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department is authorized and encouraged to investigate and pursue the feasibility of obtaining exclusive rights to the "OK" pin as provided under appropriate federal patent or copyright laws.

THAT a copy of this resolution shall be dispatched to the Governor of the State of Oklahoma and the Executive Director of the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department.

Adopted by the Senate the 3rd day of May, 1982.
Adopted by the House of Representatives the 5th day of May, 1982.
Filed with the Secretary of State May 6, 1982.

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