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1. Dickinson, James Taylor. Dickinson, James Taylor. Black ink on yellow paper. A winged female figure stands holding a large torch and a book. Descending down the right side of the bookplate is a cross, a lyre, a heart, a painting palette, an oil-burning...

2. Springfield High School Library Springfield High School Library Text within ornamental border.

3. Andrews, Robert Andrews, Robert Coat of arms: Pendant escutcheon: azure (blue) a fess argent (silver) charged with three stars of five points of the first. Crest: a bird, in its mouth a twig. Motto: Always faithful. Beneath, a ribbon...

4. Carnegie Library of Atlanta Carnegie Library of Atlanta Phoenix (eagle?) rising from flames. Motto: Resurgens (arising again)

5. Stone, Wilbur Macey Stone, Wilbur Macey Sword? with roping? Artist's monogram.

6. Downes, Louis W., 1865-1953 Downes, Louis W., 1865-1953 Coat of arms. Escutcheon sable and or. Dexter, charged with stag lodged argent; Sinister a fess azure dividing three sheaves of wheat, 2 over one. Crest: pines (?) growing from a pot, mantled sinister....

7. Drury, F. K. W. Drury, F. K. W. Stained glass window with figures playing golf and football, and an amateur actor (or graduate[?]), bowing.

8. Ayres, Harry Morgan, 1881-1948. Ayres, Harry Morgan, 1881-1948. Renaissance youth on stool, reading a book with Greek word, beside arched doorway, on either side of which are shelves of books; a huge candlestick behind him. Illegible artist's initials and date: '04[?],...

9. Tooke, William, 1777-1863 Tooke, William, 1777-1863 Coat of arms. Escutcheon parted per pale: Dexter, per chevron sable (black) and argent (silver) three griffins' heads erased counterchanged (colors reversed), for Tooke; Sinister, or, three piles in point...

10. Philips, Charlie H. Philips, Charlie H. Black ink on off white paper.

11. Monsalvatje, Merce T. de Monsalvatje, Merce T. de Under starry sky a naked child sits with book in lap; roses

12. Harrwitz, Max Harrwitz, Max Putto with open book; another putto on chair of books; central tree with shield and motto

13. Charrington, John Charrington, John Coat of arms. Escutcheon: gules (red), two crosses patées palewise or (gold), between as many flaunches chequy azure and or. Crest: demi griffin gules holding in his dexter claw three roots [?]. Motto:...

14. Unidentified Unidentified Coat of arms. Escutcheon: argent, three fish [seals?] gules in pale. Crest, two ox-horns and two pennants in saltire.

15. Eddy, William Simonson Eddy, William Simonson Open book with clasps. Left: coat of arms. Escutcheon gules (red) charged with three Shakespeare [?] heads. Crest: cross crosslet and dagger crossed above a straight wreath. Motto: Crux mihi grata quies...

16. Lawes, Edward Lawes, Edward Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Parted per pale, Dexter: parted per chief invected, the upper part sable, three estoiles argent in chief, the lower part erminois; Sinister: gules parted per chevron argent between...

17. Aman, Anna Aman, Anna Coat of arms. Escutcheon: three ostrich legs. Crest: a feathered shield (?). Below the composition, a banner with text. Printed in red.

18. Giro, Fidel Giro, Fidel Iron pull-press; inset portrait of man with long beard and cap; undeciphered artist's signature: N. Vazquez [?]

19. Unidentified Unidentified Within a tassled banner bearing motto, an oval shield with two angels or putti holding plants [palms?]; jeweled crown. Multicolored.

20. Pennypacker, Samuel W. (Samuel Whitaker), 1843-1916 Pennypacker, Samuel W. (Samuel Whitaker), 1843-1916 Mysterious coat of arms, which has non-heraldic lines but appears to be blank. The shield is not of recognized shape: is it the brick referred to in the motto?
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