Holt's Peace Memorial, which was destroyed, stood across from the Knowles Chapel and next to Lyman Hall. The plaque on the front of the Peace Monument reads: "Pause, Passerby and hang your head in shame. This Engine of Destruction, Torture, and Death SYMBOLIZES The Prostitution of the Inventor, The Avarice of the Manufacturer, The Blood-Guilt of the Statesmen, The Savegery of the Soldier, The Perverted Patriotism of the Citizen, The Debasement of the Human Race. Thus it can be employed as an instrument in defence of Liberty, Justice, and Right in nowise invalidates, The truth of the worlds here graven. Hamilton Holt. The Memorial was unveiled on Armistice Day, November 11, 1938 and was destroyed in August 1943 by persons unknown.