Oregon State flag was adopted in 1925. In 1925, the Postmaster General of the United States requested that each state in the union should display their flag in a groupe. That is the reason why so many flags in the union was originated in 1925. Oregon did not have an official flag at the time. The flag was designed and sewn by Marjorie Kennedy and Blanche Cox, employees of a department store Meier and Frank. Oregon has the only flag design in the country that currently has a two different designs on each side of the flag. One side has the state’s name and seal, and the other side has a golden beaver.