Memorial to the Boys of the Immaculate Conception
Memorial to the boys of Immaculate Conception who served in their country in the World War.
- Erected in 1920 in memory of service men of World War I.
- This memorial is a tall rectangular granite monument with a bronze relief plaque depicting an allegorical female figure in classical dress. She stands holding a shield in one hand and a wreath and palm fronds in other.
- Located at Hawthorne Boulevard.
- Sculptor was Raymond Averill Porter (1883-1949)
Memorial to the Boys of the Immaculate Conception Who Served their Country in the World War Smithsonian American Art Museum data