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1. Remey, Charles Mason, 1874-1974. Remey, Charles Mason, 1874-1974. Image of the Baha'i temple, within a circular frame containing 9 roundels with other famous buildings.

2. Kirkpatrick Kirkpatrick Coat of arms. Escutcheon quarterly; quarters 1 and 4, or, parted in chief; upper part charged with 3 cushions; lower part with crown on cross argent (silver); quarters 2 and 3, gules (red) parted in chief,...

3. Knox College (Galesburg, Ill.). Library. Knox College (Galesburg, Ill.). Library. Text within border with trees and books in corners.

4. Rice, Rebecca S. Rice, Rebecca S. Verse

5. University of Notre Dame. Library. University of Notre Dame. Library. Arched doorway of Law Library. Motto over doorway: Viam veritatis elegi; judicia tua non sum oblitus = I have chosen the way of truth: thy judgments have I laid before me. (Ps. 119:30)

6. Reaux, J. Reaux, J. Man with lantern and pokerlooks through cluttered library. Owl sits atop bookcase, a banner with Greek text falling from his feet. Reaux's monogram on umbrella stand lower left.

7. Kaylor, Helen M. Kaylor, Helen M. Knight in armor on horse, a victory laurel on the end of his jousting pole; in the foreground and sword lies flat on an open book

8. 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.

9. Falconer, James John Falconer, James John Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Argent (silver) a falcon's head proper issuing out of a man's heart gules (red) between three mullets (stars) azure, a bordure of the last (i.e. azure). Crest: A man's heart gules...

10. 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...

11. Beaufoy, J. H. Beaufoy, J. H. Coat of arms. Escutcheon (spade): Ermine on a bend azure (blue) three cinqfoils argent (silver). Crest: A tree vert. Motto: Sub tegmine fagi (Under the shade of the beech tree)

12. Drown, Frank H. Drown, Frank H. Borrower's rules (quote from Sir Walter Scott)

13. Green, Everard, 1844-1926. Green, Everard, 1844-1926. In a circular frame, upon a dragon biting its own tail, an escutcheon parted in chief, the upper part with a fleur de lis between two annulets, the lower part with 3 stags passant.

14. Fitz-Herbert Fitz-Herbert Crest: wyvern on straight wreath; earl's crown

15. S. H. A. H. (Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey), b. 1846 S. H. A. H. (Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey), b. 1846 Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Gules (red), three trefoils slipped vert (green) on a bend argent (silver); sinister chief, a martlet for difference (fourth son) of the same, a mullet sable (black) on its wing....

16. Chicago Law Institute Chicago Law Institute Text within thick-thin line border.

17. Williams College. Library. Williams College. Library. Wall-mounted shelf with Williams College seal: Contains a globe, a telescope, an inkstand and quill pen, a scroll, a spray of laurel, all beneath the rays of the sun.

18. Dickinson Library Dickinson Library Library rules.

19. Amos, F. S. E. Amos, F. S. E. Coat of arms. Escutcheon: potent, gules (red) and argent (silver), a chevron or. Crest: a mortarboard hat. Motto: Omnia probate bonum tenete (Examine everything, hold what is good)

20. De Bathe, William De Bathe, William Crest: Above a straight wreath, a lion rampant holding in his dexter paw a dagger; below the wreath a small escutcheon with sinister hand couped at the wrist. Motto: Nec parvis sisto (I do not continue...
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