This medal was chosen as the 40th issue of the prestigious Society of Medalists series in 1949. The obverse bears maiden standing on rolling landscape with upswept tree and farm buildings. In lower right, HARMONY; at lower right edge, L F. / ©
The reverse bears a farm family in foreground gazing towards house and steeple in background. Around left and right, CREATES - TRANQVILITY
In his "Message from the Artist" Friedlander wrote:
"On the one side of my medal is the singing maiden with a lyre, in a setting of natural fields, expressing 'Harmony'. On the reverse side: the contented workers in the field express harmony in cooperation with nature in the cultivation of the soil. The church and I believe and creates in man's mind and heart 'Tranquility'."
This medal measures 73mm in diameter and was struck by the Medallic Art Company of New York. The reported production quantity of this medal is 797 in bronze and 50 in silver.