This gorgeous bookplate (with embossed Chinese characters) decorates the inside cover of a copy of The Mikirs, a 1908 book by Edward Stack, held at the University of Washington Libraries. Was the original owner of this book the fascinating and famed geographer, linguist, and botanist Joseph F. Rock? Seems likely.
Rock, born in Austria in 1884, emigrated to Hawaii to work at the university there; he was the territory of Hawaii’s first official botanist. Later, he traveled extensively in western China southeast Asia, making significant contributions to scholarship on the flora and languages of those areas (interesting sites on this here and here). He also published several articles on his expeditions in National Geographic.
EDIT: Reading more about Joseph Rock, I see he spent more than 2 decades among the Naxi people in Yunnan, documenting their customs and learning their language. The written language looks fascinating and complex–mostly pictographic. What I took for personal drawings in the bookplate above are actually elements of that language. The Library of Congress site has an interesting article, Living Pictographs, that talks about the state of the Nakhi language and manuscripts (LC holds some that belonged to Rock) and scholars’ efforts to further document and preserve it.