"Doughboy" Monument 310 W. King Street, Martinsburg, WV
Sculptor: attributed to Walter A. Sinz but not verified
Dedicated: New Year's Eve 1925
Sponsored by: local citizens, the women of the American Legion Auxiliary, Berkeley Country Memorial Association
This monument was erected to honor the infantry soldiers from the area who were called upon to serve their country in the Army to preserve peace throughout the world during the first World War.
On plaque on front of base, facing King Street: 1917-1918 This memorial is dedicated as an enduring tribute to the patriotism of the citizens of Berkeley County who rendered loyal service to our country in the great World War and to honor the memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice in the cause of humanity sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Erected 1925 by the Berkeley County Memorial Association, with voluntary contributions made by the people of the county. "lest we forget" with a list of forty-one names
On west side of base, on plaque: World war service roll with list of names, including nurses in the service and colored soldiers.
On north and east sides of base, on plaque: World war service roll with list of names