Peace after Battle
Butler, Pike Studios, 1921
This window represents peace after battle. The Christian warrior, having fought the good fight, lays his armor by, depicted on the ground around the figure.
Above the figure is the device of the U.S. Navy, with the Quartermaster Corps and Signal Corps symbols to the left and right . The border of laurel leaves symbolizes victory, as do the swords on the border.
The colors of the robes moving from a bold yellow, down through a lime green and finally to a deep turquoise blue, are unusual color combinations for windows of this era.
Designed by Pike Studios of Rochester, this is one of six
World War I Memorial Windows.