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1. Daignault, W. E. Daignault, W. E. Printed in burgundy. Five books, titles on spines, between two bookends (robed and cowled readers sitting on rocks)

2. Daignault, W. E. Daignault, W. E. Printed in green. Five books, titles on spines, between two bookends (robed and cowled readers sitting on rocks.

3. Mount Vernon Seminary Mount Vernon Seminary Black ink on beige paper. Seminary insignia at top left: monogram on Chippendale shield with motto. Scene of fireplace with vase on mantel, empty chairs. The open book at bottom left contains the designer's...

4. Giro, Fidel Giro, Fidel Gutenberg reading proof from his printing press

5. Unidentified Unidentified Coat of arms. Escutcheon. Parted per pale, gules and azure, three eagles displayed, below a viscount's coronet an inescutcheon chequy or and azure, a fess gules. Supporters, dexter, an ostrich collared...

6. University of Southern California. Library. University of Southern California. Library. USC seal (1908): A shield bearing a setting sun and three torches; banner with motto: Palmam qui meruit ferat (Let whoever earns the palm bear it)

7. Chester, Robert, Sir Chester, Robert, Sir Coat of arms. Escutcheon: marshaling of 10. Crest: demi griffin rampant. Motto: Vincit qui patitur (He conquers who endures)

8. State of Connecticut State of Connecticut Connecticut State Seal: Shield charged with three grapevines and motto on banner below

9. John Crerar Library John Crerar Library Portrait of John Crerar, open book with quote from Ptolemy, a small scroll, and other books on a shelf; thistles.

10. Hays, William R. A. Hays, William R. A. Partially undressed woman sits on bookshelf-bench under stature of a dandy; books and prints scattered at her feet

11. 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

12. Connecticut State Library Connecticut State Library Blue ink on beige paper containing the seal of Connecticut.

13. Giro, Fidel Giro, Fidel Iron pull-press; inset portrait of man with long beard and cap; undeciphered artist's signature: N. Vazquez [?]
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