Helmeted bust of a doughboy, left. On truncation of bust, signed D C F.
THE AMERICAN RED CROSS / TO COMMEMORATE THE VISION AND / ACHIEVEMENT OF THE WAR COUNCIL / 1917 1919: A nurse standing before a bed-ridden patient within an incuse cross; below lower arm of cross, signed WHL / DCF.
TO COMMEMORATE THE VISIT TO NEW YORK OF THE FRENCH AND BRITISH WAR COMMISSIONS 1917: Head of Victory, right, wearing a helmet to which are attached a sprig of oak, a lily, and a cluster of pine needles, emblematic of England, France and the United States; on Victory's collar, signed D C FRENCH.
France, represented by an armored figure of Joan of Arc, and chivalrous England, represented by a medieval knight, seek the aid of American Liberty. At lower right, signed E. B. LONGMAN / SC. 1917.
AoD 21191.1.61814.1.b, Baxter 1987.317, Miller 2015.34, Phagan vanAlfen.2017.no.103
HOMMAGE FROM MASSACHUSETTS TO THE VICTORIOUS COMMANDER: Bust to l.
IN GRATEFUL SALUTATION/ NOV. 14 1921: Columbia standing to r. holding shield with seal of the United States, Gallia standing to r. holding shield on which medieval soldier, both holding wreath within which FOCH