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1. Pope, Alexander Winthrop, d. 1915. Pope, Alexander Winthrop, d. 1915. Pope describes his bookplate thus: "My book plate was designed by Jay Chambers of New York, and shows a standing figure of a gentle-man of the 1830 period, reading at a high table. He is perusing a large...

2. Bliss, Theodore Harrison Bliss, Theodore Harrison Two coats of arms upon shield, (1) Gules (red) a bend vairé between two fleurs-de lis or (gold). Crest: An arm erased below the elbow, holding a bundle of four arrows, point downwards. (2) or, a fess...

3. 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?)

4. Kurth, J. Kurth, J. Naked bearded man, standing on large closed book with broken clasps, holds globe at arm's length; shining cross in sky

5. Major, Alexander Major, Alexander Garter, buckled, containing the motto: Deus major columna (God a greater pillar/support). Crest: arm embowed in armor, hand clenching a bar

6. Acland, Henry W. (Henry Wentworth), 1815-1900 Acland, Henry W. (Henry Wentworth), 1815-1900 Coat of arms: Escutcheon chequy argent (silver) and sable (black), a fess gules (red), charged with a crescent center chief. Crest: above a straight wreath, an arm couped lying fessways (sideways), upon...

7. New York University. Libraries. New York University. Libraries. University seal showing racers, arm holding torch aloft.

8. New York University. Libraries. New York University. Libraries. Havemeyer, William Frederick, 1804-1874 University seal showing racers, arm holding torch aloft.

9. New York University. Libraries. New York University. Libraries. University seal showing racers, arm holding torch aloft

10. New York University. Libraries. New York University. Libraries. Library rules. University seal showing racers, arm holding torch aloft.

11. Callander Callander Coat of arms. Escutcheon: sable (black), a bend chequy or (gold) and gules (red) between six billets of the second (or). Crest: a cubit arm erect proper holding a billet or. Motto: I mean well.

12. Acland, Henry W. (Henry Wentworth), 1815-1900 Acland, Henry W. (Henry Wentworth), 1815-1900 Above a curvedwreath, an arm couped lying sideways, upon it a falcon perched all proper. Motto on banner: Inebranlable.

13. Joliffe Joliffe Coat of arms: Escutcheon argent, a pile vert (green) with three dexter hands couped and a crescent. Crest: arm cubit in the hand a scimitar. Maltese cross pendant with ribbon bearing motto: Tant que je...

14. Wilcox, Jerome Kear Wilcox, Jerome Kear Empty easy chair with big cushion, open book placed on one arm; behind, bookshelves with glass doors, a window. Seals in each corner.

15. Massachusetts Agricultural College. Library. Massachusetts Agricultural College. Library. University of Massachusetts at Amherst Text and coat of arms: Escutcheon azure (blue) charged with a native American holding a bow and arrow or (gold) and a star of five points argent (silver); the crest, above a straight wreath a arm embowed...

16. Jolliffe Jolliffe Coat of arms: Escutcheon argent, a pile azure (blue) with three dexter hands couped and a crescent. Crest: arm cubit in the hand a scimitar.

17. Skene Library Skene Library Crest: An arm issuing from a cloud, holding a wreath. Motto: Virtutis regia merces (A palace the reward of bravery).

18. Scott, Samuel Scott, Samuel Coat of arms. Escutcheon: quarterly, 1st and 4th per pale indented argent (silver) and ermines a saltire (cross) countercharged, a crescent sinister chief for difference; 2nd and 3rd or (gold) three quatrefoils...

19. Abbott, Samuel A. B. Abbott, Samuel A. B. Atop a straight crest wreath, an arm embowed in armor, in the hand a scymitar. Banner with motto: Loyal en tout.

20. Shoppee, Chas Ino Shoppee, Chas Ino Coat of arms. Escutcheon: azure, a chevron or between two cinquefoils in chief and a lion rampant in base. Crest: arm cubit erect, in the hand an anchor. Motto: Spe (With hope)
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