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1. 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.

2. Air University (U.S.). Library. Air University (U.S.). Library. Text and small coat of arms which features hand in armored glove from which flow 4 lightning bolts and crest consisting of oil lamp with wings; motto not legible.

3. Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics' Association Rochester Athenaeum and Mechanics' Association Library rules.

4. Guittard, Claude B. Guittard, Claude B. Closed book, top cover decorated with interlaced cornerpieces and central frame in which is an escutcheon parted per pale (down the middle), crossed sword and dagger on left, 3 scallop shells on right...

5. Ayres, Harry Morgan, 1881-1948. Ayres, Harry Morgan, 1881-1948. Renaissance youth on stool, reading a book with Greek word, beside arched doorway, on either side of which are shelves of books; a huge candlestick behind him. Illegible artist's initials and date: '04[?],...

6. Arenberg Arenberg Coat of arms. Oval escutcheon: gules (red), three cinqfoils, two over one. Supporters: dexter, lion rampant; sinister, griffin rampant. Crown and elaborate mantling, in which three spaces are left for...

7. Laszlo de Laborfalva, G. Laszlo de Laborfalva, G. Naked man sits on book looking into sockets of giant skull; around him giant ink pot with quill, and scroll (on which he rests his foot).

8. Stern, Max Stern, Max Man sits reading by light of candle and bright star at an open window; in the room a large hand loom upon which a cloth decorated with stars is being woven; a shuttle and an open book with title shown:...

9. 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?

10. Tulane University. Library. Tulane University. Library. Laurel and palm fronds; seal of a pelican in her piety, with motto: Non sibi sed suis; vase from which smoke or fumes arise.

11. Emerson, George Waldo Emerson, George Waldo Big Dipper and North Star, to which a wagon is attached by a line. Bordered on three sides by stars.

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

13. Illinois State Geological Survey. Library. Illinois State Geological Survey. Library. Map of Illinois on which is superimposed an open book; microscope, pick-axes; beaker and test-tube.

14. Illinois State Geological Survey. Library. Illinois State Geological Survey. Library. Map of Illinois on which is superimposed an open book; microscope, pick-axes; beaker and test-tube.

15. University of Minnesota. Libraries. University of Minnesota. Libraries. University of Minnesota seal: A shield parted by a cross on which is written the motto: Commune vinculum omnibus artibus (a common bond for all the arts); in the corners, clockwise, an oil lamp, a telescope,...

16. Minnesota State Library Minnesota State Library Intaglio embossed stamp printed on cream paper with Minnesota's state seal.

17. Moorman, Marion Ridley, 1878-1952 Moorman, Marion Ridley, 1878-1952 Pendant with caduceus and motto: Quae prosunt omnibus

18. Stanhope Stanhope Coat of arms: Escutcheon parted quarterly ermine and azure, charged at the fess point with a crescent. Supporters: dexter, a dog rampant ermine; sinister, a horse rampant. Above the escutcheon, a crown,...

19. Weittenhiller, Moriz von Weittenhiller, Moriz von Coat of arms. Escutcheon parted per fess, the upper part or charged with an eagle displayed sable; the lower part sable charged with an anchor between two stars of six points or. Helm and mantling. Crown...

20. Kahlbrandt, Albert, 1878-1961 Kahlbrandt, Albert, 1878-1961 Against a rising (or setting) sun, a naked man stands in a small boat or punt, which he appears to manage with a pole (!) though on a sea or large lake.
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