Anna Ray Chatman (1900-1987) was born into a prominent Massachusetts family (her maternal grandfather was Oliver Ames, the governor of Massachusetts from 1887-1890, and Oakes Ames, a celebrated Harvard botanist, was her uncle). Her bookplate was designed by Gloucester, MA artist and frequent bookplate designer (and another uncle) Frederick Garrison Hall (1879-1946; Harvard Class of ’03) when Chatman was just four years old.
Free printable: Ex Libris Bookplates and animal woodcuts reproduced from circa 1832 German Book. You have to click on the image of the Ex Libris bookplates to get the PDF download page. The website is rather confusing. Here is the link: http://justsomethingimade.com/wp-content/uploads/JSIM-AnimalBookplates1.pdf