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1. 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,...

2. 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...

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

4. 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

5. Pretz, A. C. (Alfred C.), 1838-1904. Pretz, A. C. (Alfred C.), 1838-1904. Text and decorative border.

6. Nickerson, William E. (William Emery), 1853-1930 Nickerson, William E. (William Emery), 1853-1930 Cog-border roundel with sailing ship and date; symbols of music and art in upper corners; books, oil lamp, ink pot and quill below

7. Wagner Wagner Half-timber building labeled "Musee"

8. Law, Edmund C. Law, Edmund C. Within a buckled garter, a cock gules, charged on the breast with a mitre or. Motto: Compositum jus fasque animi.

9. Duke University. Library. Duke University. Library. Brown, Joseph G. (Joseph Gill), 1854-1927 Text and Duke University seal: Cross and burst of light within a wreath of two species, text around border: Sigillum Universitatis Dukensis | Eruditio et Religio (Learning and religion)

10. Aikman, Gwen C. Aikman, Gwen C. Coat of arms within frame containing various phrases, places (especially in Indiana and Illinois) and personal names.

11. May, Emmet C. (Emmet Claire), b. 1875 May, Emmet C. (Emmet Claire), b. 1875 Printed in black and red. Naked man with clown's ruff, buttons and lipstick reclines against frame and reads a large book by the light of a candle in tall holder

12. Crandon, Edwin Sanford, 1860- Crandon, Edwin Sanford, 1860- Sailing ship at sea

13. Unidentified Unidentified Flying fish. Motto: De profundis (out of the depths)

14. E. C. Scranton Memorial Library (Madison, Conn.) E. C. Scranton Memorial Library (Madison, Conn.) Scranton, Erastus C. (Erastus Clark), 1807-1866. Library building

15. Blank, F. C. (F. Charles) Blank, F. C. (F. Charles) Oval frame bearing crossed engravers tools; tall column with burning oil lamp; book pile; scroll with names of engravers; banner with Greek phrase 'Ζηλουτε τα χράτιστα'

16. Lowell, John, Jr., 1799-1836 Lowell, John, Jr., 1799-1836 Chippendale coat of arms. Eschutcheon: Quarterly, 1st and 4th, parted per chief engrailed, upper part sable charged with a crescent; lower part or, a sinister hand couped holding three arrows point down;...

17. Huntingford, Thomas Huntingford, Thomas Coat of arms in elaborate frame: Escutcheon parted per fess gules (red), the upper field sable, charged with a crescent over three mullets (stars) pierced; the lower field or trellised sable. Crested with...

18. Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Library. Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Library. Noyes, George Clement, 1833-1889 Within ornamented border of double lines, Northwestern University seal: Open book with Greek phrase lying on book pile.

19. Calcutt, Brian Calcutt, Brian Open book and feather

20. Conkling, James Cook, 1816-1889 Conkling, James Cook, 1816-1889 Faded black ink on beige paper. There are decorative lines encasing the name and location of the bookplate's owner.
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