Junior Safety Council Kansas City Badge
This badge was created in the 1950s to identify members of Kansas City's junior safety council, which was made up of students in high school. Made of tin, this badge has a clean-cut design featuring a cross shape in the middle signifying the person wearing it is an active member representing the safety council. The green color additionally serves as an easy way to identify what the badge represents. The design of this badge is a great example of a clear design that gets its point across, without being too overbearing or complicated.