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1. Harris-Temple, Robert Temple Harris-Temple, Robert Temple Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Quarterly, quarters 1 and 4, argent (silver) two bars sable (black) each charged with three martlets or (gold), a crescent for difference, for Temple; quarters 2 and 3, vert (green)...

2. Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library. Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library. College Seal: Referring to 1 Pet. 2:1-2, woman has open book, 3 naked children at her feet. Hebrew words on banner: "The Lord is my light" (Ps. 27:1) Motto: In lumine tuo videbimus lumen = In your light...

3. Béringuier, Richard, b. 1854 Béringuier, Richard, b. 1854 Coat of arms. Escutcheon: quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure (blue), a large fleur-de-lis or (gold); 2nd and 3rd, barry of five, argent (silver) and sable (black). Crest, above a grilled helm: fleur-de-lis...

4. Marchmont, Alexander Hume-Campbell, Earl of, 1675-1740 Marchmont, Alexander Hume-Campbell, Earl of, 1675-1740 Coat of arms. Escutcheon (marshaling of 16). Crest: arn cubit. a curved sword in the hand, arising out of a heart gules (red). Supporters: two lions rampant reguardant. Mottoes: (1) True to the end, (2)...

5. Kingman, William Livermore, 1868-1926 Kingman, William Livermore, 1868-1926 Man in renaissance garb, with ruff, sash and sword; behind him, shelves of books, scientific instruments, decanter and glass; on the table, an envelope for prints marked 'Gravures', partially unfurled...

6. Stevens, Henry, 1819-1886 Stevens, Henry, 1819-1886 Chippendale shield, with version of Vermont State seal, and 8-line poem. Escutcheon: "In chief mountains behind a pine; a river fessways. In base a cow facing three garbs" (Bolton). Crest: a stag's head...

7. Chalmers, Geo. (George) Chalmers, Geo. (George) Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Argent (silver) a demi lion rampant issuing out of a fess sable (black) with a fleur-de-lis in base gules (red). Crest: An eagle rising proper. Motto: Spero (I hope).

8. Fowler, Alfred, b. 1889 Fowler, Alfred, b. 1889 American eagle and motto ('E PLURIBUS UNUM') from the Great Seal of the United States and two medallions, (1) circular armorial shield with legend, 'WAR WITH GERMANY 1917-1919' and motto: 'UNITED WE STA[ND]...

9. Beames, John, 1837-1902 Beames, John, 1837-1902 Coat of arms. Escutcheon: quarterly, 1st and 4th, parted per pale, gules (red) and azure (blue), 6 garbs or (gold) over all, three mullets (stars) sable (black) on a chief argent (silver); 2nd and 3rd,...

10. 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...

11. Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library. Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library. Babcock, Samuel D., d. 1902. Columbia College Seal: Referring to 1 Pet. 2:1-2, woman has open book, 3 naked children at her feet. Hebrew words on banner: "The Lord is my light" (Ps. 27:1)

12. Moorman, Marion Ridley, 1878-1952 Moorman, Marion Ridley, 1878-1952 Pendant with caduceus and motto: Quae prosunt omnibus

13. New Brunswick Theological Seminary. Library New Brunswick Theological Seminary. Library Library of New Brunswick Theological Seminary; contains a coat of arms: escutcheon supported by two columns topped with stars, crest, mantling and crown

14. Moorman, Marion Ridley, 1878-1952 Moorman, Marion Ridley, 1878-1952 Pendant with caduceus and motto: Quae prosunt omnibus

15. Columbia University. Reference Library. Columbia University. Reference Library. Text and . Columbia University seal: Referring to 1 Pet. 2:1-2, woman has open book, 3 naked children at her feet. Hebrew words on banner: "The Lord is my light" (Ps. 27:1)

16. Columbia University. Library. Columbia University. Library. Text and Columbia University seal: Referring to 1 Pet. 2:1-2, woman has open book, 3 naked children at her feet. Hebrew words on banner: "The Lord is my light" (Ps. 27:1)

17. S. H. A. H. (Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey), b. 1846 S. H. A. H. (Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey), b. 1846 Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Gules (red), three trefoils slipped vert (green) on a bend argent (silver); sinister chief, a martlet for difference (fourth son) of the same, a mullet sable (black) on its wing....

18. Pfister, Philipp. Pfister, Philipp. Border consists of monsters (cockatrices, harpie) and putti; unicorn rampant on escutcheon.

19. Falconer, James John Falconer, James John Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Argent (silver) a falcon's head proper issuing out of a man's heart gules (red) between three mullets (stars) azure, a bordure of the last (i.e. azure). Crest: A man's heart gules...

20. Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library. Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library. Columbia College Seal: Referring to 1 Pet. 2:1-2, woman has open book, 3 naked children at her feet. Hebrew words on banner: "The Lord is my light" (Ps. 27:1)
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