We are all immigrants—in the long view that Miss Buck expresses in our leading article this month. And so we present one of the outstanding public monuments in the United States, Maurice Sterne's memorial for Worcester, Mass., to the settlers of New England, as it looks from the rear: to give a sense of a procession of America's discoverers and settlers in which we—foreign-born and native offspring—march after these earlier men and women. Mr. Sterne, who is a distinguished painter as well as sculptor, came to this country from Russia as a boy of twelve.