Saint Martin of Tours
Butler, Pike Studios, 1921
This window shows St. Martin of Tours, the patron saint of France, representing charity after the battle. He uses his sword to divide his cloak to share with a beggar, typifying the Christian ideals of charity and brotherhood.
His feast day is November 11th, the day of the Armstice ending World War I.
The French coat of arms is shown, as well as the shields of Japan and Greece.
Designed by Pike Studios of Rochester, this is one of six
World War I Memorial Windows.