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1. New York University. Libraries. New York University. Libraries. Loeb, Solomon, d. 1903 Text in oval frame above shelf with books and scientific equipment

2. Rothballer, Maximilian Rothballer, Maximilian Window looking out on landscape; book and cup on ledge.

3. 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

4. Pella y Forgas, Joseph Pella y Forgas, Joseph Within a picture frame, and immense tree grows out of the center of a walled garden. On the tree a shield (paly of 9) and ribbon tied in bow for mantling.

5. Warden, Frank L. Warden, Frank L. Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Argent, three warden pears leaved vert. Crest: Out of a crescent, an arrow pointed and feathered.

6. Unidentified Unidentified Flying fish. Motto: De profundis (out of the depths)

7. New York University. Libraries. New York University. Libraries. Crosby, Howard, 1826-1891 Text

8. Libbie, Frederic J. Libbie, Frederic J. Diamond constructed out of the letters of the owner's name.

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. Hallett, James Hallett, James Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Or (gold), a chief engrailed sable, charged with a crescent for difference (2nd son); over all on a bend engrailed gules (red) three bezants. Crest: Out of a ducal coronet or...

11. Russell, Arthur Martin Jr. Russell, Arthur Martin Jr. On brown paper. Long John Silver on shore, parrot on shoulder, ship at anchor, sailor coming out of deep hole with treasure chest on his shoulder.

12. Forbes, William Forbes, William Coat of arms. Escutcheon parted per pale: Dexter, quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure (blue), on a chevron argent (silver) between three bears' heads couped argent, muzzled gules (red), a man's heart proper,...

13. 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)...

14. New York Public Library. New York Public Library. Emmet, Thomas Addis, 1764-1827; Kennedy, John S. (John Stewart), 1830-1909; Coats of arms: (1) Escutcheon: Azure (blue) an engrailed fess ermine between 3 bulls' heads, for Emmet. Crest: Demi-bull rampant arising out of a coronet and trefoils. Motto: Tenez le vraye (Hold to what...

15. Shreve, Charles Upton Shreve, Charles Upton Coat of arms. Escutcheon: bars and lozenges. Crest: dog's head forming out of corner of mantle. Motto: Fide et constantia (With faith and constancy)

16. Hamilton Hamilton Coat of arms. Escutcheon: parted per pale. Crest: issuing out of a ducal coronet, an oak tree fructed with a hand-saw across the trunk and bearing the motto, THROUGH, on the blade.

17. Chalmers, Geo. (George) Chalmers, Geo. (George) Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Argent (silver) a demi lion rampant issuing out of a fess sable (black) with a fleur-de-lis in base gules (red). Crest: An eagle rising proper. Motto: Spero (I hope).

18. Leach, Henry Goddard Leach, Henry Goddard Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Ermine on a chief indented gules three ducal coronets or. Crest: Out of a ducal coronet or, a dexter forearm grasping a serpent all proper.

19. Moerke, Francis Randolph Moerke, Francis Randolph Printed in blue/gray, brown and gold. Man in loose-sleeved gown and sandals holds open book, out of which fall gold coins. Motto: In libris magnae divitiae (In books there is great wealth)

20. Pointer, R. A. Pointer, R. A. Printed in green. A man with a rifle out in a field with his dog, who is in a pointing pose.
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