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The Culver City web page reports "On November 12, 1940, Mayor Randall and Members of the City Council adopted ordinance No. 528, which called for the adoption of the official City Flag. The ordinance described the flag as follows: "On a background of white shall appear a blue facsimile of the official seal of the City, and at the upper left-hand corner a red five-point star. Below said seal, in large letters shall appear the name Culver City."
Dov Gutterman, 31 December 2002
The website at www.ci.culver-city.ca.us shows the seal in a circular format, with an outer ring in red fimbriated black, and with 'CITY OF CULVER CITY' in black block letters at top; 'INCORPORATED 1917' similar at bottom. Central image has blue background color with a square shield with a point at the bottom. This shield is quartered, but I am unable to distinguish the contents of each quarter. Across the middle of this shield is a green ribbon containing the city motto, 'The Home of Screenland.'
Ron Lahav, 17 August 2004