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Coat or arms. Escutcheon, quarterly, 1st and 4th, sable, a demi lion rampant between six cross crosslets fitched gules (red) on a chief argent (silver); 2nd and 3rd, azure (blue) three garbs bendways on...
Swainson, C. A. (Charles Anthony), 1820-1887
Coat of arms on seal: Escutcheon parted per pale. Dexter parted quarterly: Quarters 1 and 4 gules (red) charged with a boar's head couped, thrust through by a sword in bend, between two stars of six points...
T., S. H.
Coat of arms. Escutcheon parted per fess bearing initials "S.H.T."; azure (blue) in chief, a increscent argent (silver) ; gules in base, four maltese crosses of the last crosswise, inner arms forming a...
Massachusetts Agricultural College. Library.
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Text and coat of arms: Escutcheon azure (blue) charged with a native American holding a bow and arrow or (gold) and a star of five points argent (silver); the crest, above a straight wreath a arm embowed...
Beames, John, 1837-1902
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: quarterly, 1st and 4th, parted per pale, gules (red) and azure (blue), 6 garbs or (gold) over all, three mullets (stars) sable (black) on a chief argent (silver); 2nd and 3rd,...
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....
Budworth, Philip John, 1817-1885.
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gules (red), a bend or (gold) between two lions rampant argent (silver) ; 2nd and 3rd, azure, a chevron or between three towers. Crest: a wolf's head erased....
Thompson, W. H.
Framed oval escutcheon, parted per pale. Dexter, parted per chief, upper part gules (red), a portcullis and chain argent (silver); lower part argent, a bend raguly sable (black); Sinister, argent and sable,...
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,...
Coat of arms: Escutcheon parted in chief, upper part azure (blue) semee de lis argent (silver); lower part gules (red) charged with a ship in full sail in the waves of the sea; the crest, a crown mural...
Four escutcheons, supported by double-headed eagle displayed (1) Central escutcheon parted per chief, azure (blue) and or (gold); upper field charged with three fleurs de lis in chief; lower field charged...
Livett, H. W. (Henry William), 1814-1901
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: Azure (blue) a cross argent (silver); cipher 'HWL' in center. Crest: demi-lion crowned, in his paws a cross crosslet fitched. Motto: Cruce non leone fides (My trust is in the...
Béringuier, Richard, b. 1854
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: quarterly, 1st and 4th, azure (blue), a large fleur-de-lis or (gold); 2nd and 3rd, barry of five, argent (silver) and sable (black). Crest, above a grilled helm: fleur-de-lis...
Dixson, Zella Allen, 1858-1924
A large house behind a picket fence (Wisteria Cottage, Granville, Ohio). Inset at top shows another of Dixson's homes (Merino Farm, between Marietta and Zanesville Ohio); wisteria mantling above; books...
Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). Library.
Northwestern University seal: Open book with Greek phrase and sunburst.
Bateman, J. M.
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: or (gold), an ostrich feather argent (silver) on a chevron gules (red) between three escallops (shells). Crest: a pheasant proper. Motto: Nec pretio nec prece (Neither by entreaty...
Parmele, Lizzie E. S.; Palmer, George L.
Blue ink on beige paper. A native man climbs a palm tree to get a coconut. He has with him a banner with motto.
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: gules (red) on a fess between three wolves' heads erased argent (silver) a galley, oars in saltire (crossed), flags displayed. Crest: an arm cubit in the hand a royal crown. Motto:...
Loveland, John W.; Loveland, Lee Partridge
Room with organ, fireplace, bookshelves; in the foreground bookpile, open book upon which rests a cogwheel, brightly burning oil lamp with cross displayed, hourglass with motto: 'Per minutas'. Above carved...
Greenwood, George H.
Arched window looks out unto cityscape; interior shows curtain drawn to the right; lit candle on tall candlestick; shelf of books, with one book open displaying motto: Otium sine literis mors est [Leisure...
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