Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory
Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory
Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory
Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory
Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory
Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory
Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory
Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory
Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory
Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory

Messenger Bag Interwoven Glory

  • National Archives Store Exclusive
  • Decorated in the U.S.A.
  • 15 X 11 X 4 inches
  • Removable front velcro flap easily and securely attaches
  • Wrap zipper around exterior pockets
  • Large flat pouch with zippered inside pocket for coins or keys
  • Adjustable strap
  • With its roomy compartments, secure zippered pockets, and removable front flap, this messenger bag is up to any task. On the front, the star spangled banner printed in monochrome lends a patriotic touch and reminds us of the hard fought freedoms for the home of the brave.

  • According to oral history, in 1776, George Washington, Robert Morris, and George Ross visited Betsy Ross at her upholstery shop in Philadelphia. Washington presented a sketch of a flag for Betsy to make, comprised of 13 red and white stripes and 13 six-pointed stars.

    On May 29, 1777, Betsy Ross was paid by the Pennsylvania State Navy Board for making flags. On June 14, 1777, Congress adopted the Stars and Stripes as our official national flag.