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1. Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library. Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library. College Seal: Referring to 1 Pet. 2:1-2, woman has open book, 3 naked children at her feet. Hebrew words on banner: "The Lord is my light" (Ps. 27:1) Motto: In lumine tuo videbimus lumen = In your light...

2. Pomeroy, Agnes Blush Pomeroy, Agnes Blush Birdhouses among flowers; also a bird bath

3. Cadiz Library Cadiz Library Library rules. Text within wavy line border with small corner ornaments

4. Royal Regiment of Artillery. Library. Royal Regiment of Artillery. Library. English royal coat of arms above muzzle-loading cannon, motto on ribbon beneaht: Quo fas et gloria ducunt

5. Barker, A. M. Barker, A. M. Text and bar border with corner ornaments.

6. 1st University Secondary School 1st University Secondary School Entirely in ms. Book number in different hand and ink.

7. Springfield High School Library Springfield High School Library Text within ornamental border.

8. Springfield High School Library Springfield High School Library Text within ornamental border.

9. First Presbyterian Church (Springfield, Ill.). Sabbath School Library. First Presbyterian Church (Springfield, Ill.). Sabbath School Library. Library rules framed by ornamental border.

10. Tabard Inn Library Tabard Inn Library Text with multicolored picture of Tabard Inn yard.

11. Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882 Trollope, Anthony, 1815-1882 Coat of arms on blue paper. Escutcheon vert charged with three stags courant. Crest, on a mount a stag courant, in his mouth an oak leaf.

12. Pfister, Philipp. Pfister, Philipp. Border consists of monsters (cockatrices, harpie) and putti; unicorn rampant on escutcheon.

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

14. Preston, Robert B. Preston, Robert B. Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Argent two bars gules on a canton of the last a cinquefoil or. Crests: 1st, on a ruined tower argent a falcon volant of the same, beaked, legged and belled or; 2nd, on a chapeau...

15. Marchmont, Alexander Hume-Campbell, Earl of, 1675-1740 Marchmont, Alexander Hume-Campbell, Earl of, 1675-1740 Coat of arms. Escutcheon (marshaling of 16). Crest: arn cubit. a curved sword in the hand, arising out of a heart gules (red). Supporters: two lions rampant reguardant. Mottoes: (1) True to the end, (2)...

16. 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)

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. Winthrop, B. Winthrop, B. Within a garter, buckled, a hare proper running on a mount vert.

19. Phelp, James Phelp, James Coat of arms: Escutcheon or (gold) charged with wolf rampant and 8 crosses crosslet argent (silver). Crest: straight wreath and sea lion statant. Motto on banner below escutcheon: Vive ut vivas

20. 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;...
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