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1. Wheeler, Mary Spalding Wheeler, Mary Spalding Young woman with long braids reaches to touch or pick leaves from a tree; in her other hand, an open book. Within box below, open letter text and a coat of arms: Escutcheon: argent a saltire sable charged...

2. Daignault, W. E. Daignault, W. E. Two cats; border of line-drawn objects: pipe, open book, mermaid, cats, owl, woman under palm tree, naked man knocking at the door of the Salvation Army, golf clubs, snail, caduceus, skull and crossbones....

3. University of Wisconsin. Libraries. University of Wisconsin. Libraries. Adams, Charles Kendall, 1835-1902 Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Azure (blue), five mullets (stars) or on a cross gules (red). Crest: a lion rampant gules arising from a coronet or. Motto: Sub cruce salus (Salvation under the cross).

4. Le Vacher de Boisville, Dast Le Vacher de Boisville, Dast Coat of arms. Escutcheon: quarterly. Crest: A coronet. Supporters, dexter, a lion rampant reguardant, sinister, a lion couchant reguardant. Motto: A cruce salus (Salvation by the cross)
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