St. John's College World War 1 Monument

St. John's College World War 1 Monumentloupe
60 College Ave.

This is a life-size bronze relief of the Alma Mater, leaning against an oval-shaped shield and wearing a form-fitting classical garment and armor. The shield bears the image of the college crest and an eagle. It is attached to a limestone stele decorated at the top with a Greek key frieze. It was sculpted by Hans Schuler (1874 1951) and erected in 1920 to honor the 452 students who served in WW I. and the 24 who died in service.