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1. De Benoist, Camille De Benoist, Camille Coat of arms. Escutcheon, quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure a chevron or between a mullet in chief and a crescent in base; 2nd and 3rd, argent, semée with fleurs-de-lis azure. Crest: a coronet. Supporters:...

2. 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]...

3. Byrd, William, 1674-1744 Byrd, William, 1674-1744 Coat of arms. Escutcheon (marshaling of six). Motto: Nulla pallescere culpa (Not to pale from any fault).

4. Bowdoin College. Bowdoin College. Bowdoin, James, 1794-1833 Sun in splendor and Coat of arms. Escutcheon (Bowdoin impaling Bowdoin): Parted per pale, both sides azure (blue) a chevron or (gold) between three crested doves close proper. Crest: A swan proper with...

5. Princeton University. Library. Eighty Eight Library of Economics. Princeton University. Library. Eighty Eight Library of Economics. University coat of arms. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text. Crest: horse's head. Banner with motto: Dei sub numine viget.

6. Princeton University. Library. Library of English poetry. Princeton University. Library. Library of English poetry. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text.

7. Princeton University. Historical seminary. Princeton University. Historical seminary. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text.

8. Radcliffe College. Library. Radcliffe College. Library. Coat of arms. Escutcheon gules and argent parted per pale; dexter a chevron chequy sable and argent dividing three mullets (stars) or (gold), 2 over 1; sinister, argent two bendlets engrailed sable. Banners...

9. 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).

10. University of Pennsylvania. Library. University of Pennsylvania. Library. Wagner, Tobias Coat of arms. Escutcheon with lion rampant, a wheel between his paws, crested with a demi-lion of the same. Motto: Innocenter constanter patienter. Pointed oval frame with text.

11. Bowdoin College. Library. Bowdoin College. Library. Bowdoin, James, 1794-1833 Sun in splendor and Coat of arms. Escutcheon (Bowdoin impaling Bowdoin): Parted per pale, both sides azure (blue) a chevron or (gold) between three crested doves close proper. Crest: A swan proper with...

12. Penzig, Rudolph Penzig, Rudolph An eagle displayed with wings inverted stands on books and supports an escutcheon, helm, mantling and crest. The escutcheon (heraldic colors not clearly marked) is divided by a bend chequy between two...

13. Stodart Stodart Coat of arms: Escutcheon parted quarterly: Quarters 1 and 4, argent a bordure gules (red), a fess nebuly between 3 stars of six points, sable; Quarters 2 and 3, or (gold) a chevron between 3 bull's heads...

14. 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...

15. Russell, J. Scott (John Scott), 1808-1882. Russell, J. Scott (John Scott), 1808-1882. Ship at sea with sails furled, bearing large escutcheon and banner with motto: depressus extollor. Owner's monogram on ship.

16. University of Missouri. University of Missouri. Great Seal of the State of Missouri: In a garter, buckled with the legend, 'United we stand divided we fall', a circular shield parted per pale, Dexter, parted per fess, upper part azure on it a crescent;...

17. University of Missouri. Library. University of Missouri. Library. Great Seal of the State of Missouri: In a garter, buckled with the legend, 'United we stand divided we fall', a circular shield parted per pale, Dexter, parted per fess, upper part azure on it a crescent;...

18. University of Missouri. Library. University of Missouri. Library. Great Seal of the State of Missouri: In a garter, buckled with the legend, 'United we stand divided we fall', a circular shield parted per pale, Dexter, parted per fess, upper part azure on it a crescent;...

19. Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882 Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882 Coat of arms on blue paper. Escutcheon vert charged with three stags courant. Crest, on a mount a stag courant, in his mouth an oak leaf.

20. Everett, Edward, 1794-1865 Everett, Edward, 1794-1865 Coat of arms: Escutcheon: gules (red) a chevron paly of eight or and azure between three mullets (stars) argent (silver). Crest: griffin's head erased sable (black) collared gemel of three pieces, the...
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