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College building; around border: torches, cross and crown, butterfly, hourglass with wings; at bottom: Wellesley College seal.
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...
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...
Columbia College (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Printed in black and red. Text with small crown, surrounded by ornamental border [water lilies?]
Harper, Henry Howard, 1871-
Balance scale, with open book outweighing crown.
Escutcheon, helm, mantling, crown, ribbon with motto. Escutcheon azure (blue) charged with three pelicans argent (silver) vulning themselves, wings elevated and addorsed, two over one. Crest consists of...
Coat of arms: Spade shield charged with three bulls' heads. Crest: on a mural crown, a wolf [?] sejant semé of annulets. Motto: nec beneficii immemor nec iniuriae (Forgetful neither of kindness nor injury)...
Egbert, Joseph C., 1853-
House among trees in architectural frame, upon a background bearing the seal of the University of Pennsylvania, a roundel with Masonic symbols (cross and crown; squares; triangles), a shield with a snake...
Fowler, Alfred, b. 1889
American eagle and motto ('E PLURIBUS UNUM') from the Great Seal of the United States and two medallions, (1) circular armorial shield with legend, 'WAR WITH GERMANY 1917-1919' and motto: 'UNITED WE STA[ND]...
De Grey, Thomas Philip De Grey, Earl, 1781-1859
Coat of arms: Escutcheon (marshaling of six), supported by two wyverns, with earl's crown. Motto: Foy est tout (Faith is everything).
Roden, Robert Jocelyn, Earl of, 1788-1870
Crest: Falcon's leg, belled. Circled by a necklace and pendant. Earl's crown above.
Carnegie, David, Sir, 1753-1805
Coat of arms: Escutcheon: or (gold), an eagle displayed azure (blue). Crest: a dexter hand couped above the wrist holding a thunderbolt proper. Motto: Dread God. Supporters: Two greyhounds proper collared...
Within a tassled banner bearing motto, an oval shield with two angels or putti holding plants [palms?]; jeweled crown. Multicolored.
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)...
Crest: wyvern on straight wreath; earl's crown
Coat of arms. Escutcheon: quarterly, 1st and 4th per pale indented argent (silver) and ermines a saltire (cross) countercharged, a crescent sinister chief for difference; 2nd and 3rd or (gold) three quatrefoils...
Coat of arms: Escutcheon parted per pale. Dexter parted per chief, upper part gules (red) charged with crown between two crosses patee argent (silver), lower part ermine charged with an eagle displayed;...
Many, Ralph Conover, 1878-1908
Woman in long-sleeved gown holds laurel crown, framed by ribbons with names of great classical figures; medals of Homer and Nike
Bernstorff, Wm. Hugo von
Coat of arms: Escutcheon: tilia (linden) leaves on a fess wavy. Crest: crown; helm and mantling; peacock feathers issuing from a coronet. Motto: Rectum et integritas custodiant me (Let uprightness and...
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,...
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