History
Our Emblem / Seal

History

NFRW Emblem/Seal

The seal of the National Federation of Republican Women is a registered trademark. It features the American Eagle, king of birds, holding a quill pen and standing guard over our most treasured tool of democracy – the ballot box. Adopted at the biennial convention in 1944, it portrays the Federation’s interest in the protection and integrity of our electoral process. The American Eagle is adopted from the Great Seal of the United States. The quill is symbolic of the power of words, especially as contained in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States.

  To request a high-resolution digital copy of the NFRW Emblem/Seal (which is a registered trademark) for use on official Federation materials, state federations and local clubs may send a detailed request to communications@nfrw.org.


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