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1. Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics' Association Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics' Association Library rules.

2. Shurtleff College Shurtleff College Library rules within decorative border.

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

4. Beim, Rollin R. Beim, Rollin R. Text flanked by pictures of field with flowers and butterflies and trees by a stream; bookshelf with spider webs around books

5. Dickinson Library Dickinson Library Library rules.

6. Daignault, W. E. Daignault, W. E. Five books, titles on spines, between two bookends (robed and cowled readers sitting on rocks)

7. Winkworth, Stephen D. (Stephen Dickenson) Winkworth, Stephen D. (Stephen Dickenson) Within a half-shell niche lined with books, a naked woman and very long hair holds a mirror

8. Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928 Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928 Dark green ink on beige paper. A naked child is reading a book by candlelight, sitting in grass amid flowers.

9. Perry, Preston A. Perry, Preston A. Printed in black and red. Floral motif; at top, Aldus printer's device; open book; at bottom, closed books (one labeled on spine: "Cicero | Aldus 1501", one with decorated edges); hourglass, manuscript...

10. 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...

11. Lacroix, Paul, 1806-1884 Lacroix, Paul, 1806-1884 Four naked childred read or climb upon oversize books and other objects (oil lamp, ink well and quill)

12. Richter, Karl Richter, Karl Rain storms in from open window, extinguishing candle whose wax drips down upon a stack of books. Spider and web dominate one corner, dog sits upon one open book, and a death's head, mantled by banner...

13. Allerton, Agnes Thompson, 1858-1924. Allerton, Agnes Thompson, 1858-1924. Potted plant; leafy border.

14. Illinois State Library Illinois State Library Library rules. Black ink on golden beige paper with a thin rippled black border.

15. Illinois State Library Illinois State Library Library rules. Text on blue paper within ornamental woodcut border.

16. Watton, James F. Watton, James F. Black ink on beige paper. Contains the image of a fire place with a vase, three books, a photoframe, and container on the mantel. Next to the fireplace is a bench that has three books on it, one of which...

17. Stanford University. Library. Stanford University. Library. Jordan, Barbara, d. 1900 Woodcut of bird on branching shrub

18. Bodley Club Library Bodley Club Library Coat of arms of Sir Thomas Bodley

19. Cox, John Cox, John Two men sit in high-backed chairs facing each other; one laughs while the other points at a passage in an open book; books are scattered to the side of each.

20. First Presbyterian Church (Springfield, Ill.). Sabbath School Library. First Presbyterian Church (Springfield, Ill.). Sabbath School Library. Library rules framed by ornamental border.
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