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1. St. Mathew's Secondary School St. Mathew's Secondary School Library rules. Text with ornamental border.

2. Dillmann, Eduard Dillmann, Eduard Borrower's rules, printed in black and red.

3. University of Missouri. University of Missouri. Great Seal of the State of Missouri: In a garter, buckled with the legend, 'United we stand divided we fall', a circular shield parted per pale, Dexter, parted per fess, upper part azure on it a crescent;...

4. University of Missouri. Library. University of Missouri. Library. Great Seal of the State of Missouri: In a garter, buckled with the legend, 'United we stand divided we fall', a circular shield parted per pale, Dexter, parted per fess, upper part azure on it a crescent;...

5. University of Missouri. Library. University of Missouri. Library. Great Seal of the State of Missouri: In a garter, buckled with the legend, 'United we stand divided we fall', a circular shield parted per pale, Dexter, parted per fess, upper part azure on it a crescent;...

6. Halsey, Herbert Drake, 1872-  Halsey, Herbert Drake, 1872- Verse: warning to borrowers.

7. Dickinson Library Dickinson Library Library rules.

8. Premack, Ben Premack, Ben Naked man sits reading outdoors, sun shining and birds flying in background. Poem beneath requests the return of owner's books.

9. Princeton University. Library. Eighty Eight Library of Economics. Princeton University. Library. Eighty Eight Library of Economics. University coat of arms. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text. Crest: horse's head. Banner with motto: Dei sub numine viget.

10. Princeton University. Library. Library of English poetry. Princeton University. Library. Library of English poetry. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text.

11. Princeton University. Historical seminary. Princeton University. Historical seminary. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text.

12. Princeton University. Library. Alexander Library Fund. Princeton University. Library. Alexander Library Fund. Escutcheon sanguine a chevron and chief sable; chief charged with open book and text. Banner below with motto: Dei sub numine viget.

13. 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.

14. 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.

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

16. Roberts, Olive W. Roberts, Olive W. Galleon in full sail approaching shore

17. Cesnola, Luigi Palma di, 1832-1904 Cesnola, Luigi Palma di, 1832-1904 Coat of arms: Escutcheon or (gold) with palm tree supported by lion and crowned eagle reguardant. Motto: Oppressa resurgit (Having been oppressed, it rises again)

18. Pennypacker, Samuel W. (Samuel Whitaker), 1843-1916 Pennypacker, Samuel W. (Samuel Whitaker), 1843-1916 Mysterious coat of arms, which has non-heraldic lines but appears to be blank. The shield is not of recognized shape: is it the brick referred to in the motto?

19. Antioch College. Library. Antioch College. Library. Morris, Noel. Text with border of open books.

20. New England Society of Orange, N.J. New England Society of Orange, N.J. Seal of the Society, with orange blossoms and leaves. Motto: non Hierosolymis fuisse, sed Hierosolymis bene vixisse laudandum est = It is no praise to have been at Hierusalem, but to have lived well at...
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