Located in a small oblong park, this World War I monument consists of a shallowly tapering, rusticated stone base with a bronze plaque. The plaque has projecting corners and a symmetrical arched top, below which is placed a circular bas-relief medallion.
The base is topped with paired, rusticated, slightly projecting capstones. An eagle sits atop a marble base with its talons curling over the front side of the capstones. The spread-wing eagle has its head to the side. Low stone walls project from either side of the base.
Photos courtesy of: NJ State Historic Preservation Office