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1. 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'

2. 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.

3. 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

4. Arenberg Arenberg Coat of arms. Oval escutcheon: gules (red), three cinqfoils, two over one. Supporters: dexter, lion rampant; sinister, griffin rampant. Crown and elaborate mantling, in which three spaces are left for...

5. Scungio, Raymond Lewis Scungio, Raymond Lewis On a stage, a man with sword addresses a woman appearing at an upper balcony

6. Shaftel, Norman, 1915-1998 Shaftel, Norman, 1915-1998 Riverside cityscape showing bridge and cathedral.

7. Young, Benjamin Percy; Young, Nola Ayers Young, Benjamin Percy; Young, Nola Ayers Bees and beehive in meadow

8. Langenscheidt, Carl G. F., 1870-1952 Langenscheidt, Carl G. F., 1870-1952 Farm woman watering flowers; scene with farmhouse; on the left, an escutcheon with caduceus and open book; on the right, an escutcheon with owl, feather and lobster

9. Irwin, W. F. (W. Francis), Rev. Irwin, W. F. (W. Francis), Rev. Open book with quotation from Bacon.

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

11. Barbosa Machado, Diôgo, 1682-1772 Barbosa Machado, Diôgo, 1682-1772 Coat of arms. Escutcheon (oval): argent (silver) 3 crescents or (gold) in a bend azure (blue) between two lions rampant of the same. Crest: two angels, dexter arms raised, each grasping a tassel of an...

12. Franzee, Ida Cony Franzee, Ida Cony Daughters of the American Revolution Bas relief plaque topped with monumental vase with cipher 'GR'; seal of the Daughters of the American Revolution

13. Porter, Josephine E. S. Porter, Josephine E. S. Elegantly dressed woman in gown with floral motif, a peacock in show by her side; elaborate oval frame with flowers surmounted by a parrot.

14. Bangor Public Library. John F. Patten Fund. Bangor Public Library. John F. Patten Fund. Study desk with open books, ink pot and quills, papers, etc. beside window looking out on city; bookshelf, chair, books on floor. Architectural frame with putti

15. Dewar, John F. Dewar, John F. Coat of arms. Escutcheon: or (gold) a bordure gules (red), a chief azure (blue). Crest: an arm embowed armored, in the hand a sword. Motto: Quid non pro patria (What is not for country?)

16. Dore, Robert F. Dore, Robert F. Open book propped up against open door

17. Loureiro, F. de Loureiro, F. de Lakeside scene with artist's palette and brushes on post; books on the ground

18. Graf, Louis Graf, Louis Woman choosing book from bookshelf. Heraldic eagle with inking pads and large flowers in frame.

19. Champaign Public Library Champaign Public Library Burnham, Julia F. Text within carved frame

20. Radnor High School Radnor High School High school buildings, new and old; shelf of books.
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