Larger-than-life-size solemn figures, two male, two female. They are allegorical representations of character traits that are expected of the public servant, namely: VIRTUE, DILIGENCE, FIDELITY, and SERVICE.

The four centrally located figures were sculpted by Albert T. Stewart, the sculptor of the exterior friezes. From the shoulders downward, the sculpted lines become less distinct and completely dissolve at their base.