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The thistle reel

A Scotch reel

A translation of nine of the most fashionable quadrilles, consisting of fifty French country dances, as performed in England and Scotland. With explanatory notes. To which are prefixed, a few observations on the style, &c. of the quadrille, the English country dance, and the Scotch reel.

Grand Virginia reel and scamperdown at the Whitehouse Washington

Carlin reel

Black sea bass - the world's record by F.S. Schenck on rod and reel. Weight 384 lbs. Catalina Island, Calif.

Estelle Reel

Eight Hand Reel, first figure - the line up / D. A. Sigerist, fotografers, 2140 Third Avenue, bet. 116th & 117th Streets, N.Y.C.

[Two men and a woman dancing three hand reel] / D.A. Sigerist, fotographers, N.Y.C.

12000 feet lumber in a stationary clothes reel in Washington.

"Virginia Reel" folk dances, Van Cort't Park [Van Cortlandt Park, New York]

Laurel hose reel no. 1--York, Pa., fire department

[John D. Crimmins, full-length portrait, standing on pier, holding fishing rod and reel, facing front, with three saltwater fish hanging on railing]

[Winding cable on reel]

Wire drag (showing how reel works)

Ninth grade dancing Virginia reel at May Day-Health Day festivities. Ashwood Plantations, South Carolina

Placing rolls in reel oven to be baked. Bakery, San Angelo, Texas

Great Falls, Montana. Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. Reel of hollow conductor cable at end of stranding machine

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. Preparing to thread paper through presses

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. Transporting rolls of paper to presses. Each roll weighs about 1700 lbs pounds and will make about 1300 newspapers

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. In threading paper through presses two rolls of paper are pasted together by automatic paster so that presses never stop moving

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. Pressman resting between editions

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. Waste paper is picked up off floor, placed in bins, baled and sold to the government for scrap. This young boy is an apprentice, or "fly boy"

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. In threading paper through presses two roles are pasted together by automatic paster so that presses never stop running

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. Pressman resting between editions

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. In threading paper through presses, two rolls of paper are pasted together by automatic paster so that presses never stop moving

Production. Parachute cloth and shrouds. Warping operation in preparing silk for parachute cloth manufacture in an Eastern plant. Looking toward the reel on which the silk is wound in preparation for the weaving machine

Production. Parachute cloth and shrouds. A warping operation in the making of parachute cloth and shrouds. The spools of silk are put on racks and drawn through a big reel. From there they go to a roll for weaving

New York, New York. Reel room of the New York Times newspaper. Transporting rolls of paper to presses. Each roll weighs about 1700 lbs pounds and will make about 1300 newspapers

Arlington, Virginia. Dancing the Virginia reel at a bi-weekly Saturday night "open house" dance at Idaho Hall, Arlington Farms, a residence for women who work for the government for the duration of the war

Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Cable reel

Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Reel storage

The murder of a perfectly good differential - reel 1 - starring Joe Dope While draining the oil one day, the gaze of Joe Dope chanced to stray to a pippin so cute that the love-sic galoot left the oil - and the gears - by the way! Don't be a dope! Handle equipment right / / Cpt. Will Eisner, Ordnance.

[Witch of the Wave Reel] [music transcription]

Reel Farm, Barn, Landing Road, Sharpsburg, Washington County, MD

James Monroe Papers: Series 1, General Correspondence, 1758-1839; 1821 July 20-1825 Mar. 10 (Reel 8)

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 3

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

James Monroe Papers: Series 1, General Correspondence, 1758-1839; 1821 July 20-1825 Mar. 10 (Reel 8)

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 16

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 34

James Monroe Papers: Series 1, General Correspondence, 1758-1839; 1821 July 20-1825 Mar. 10 (Reel 8)

Newsreel cameraman describes Chicago strike riots to Senate Civil Liberties Committee. Washington, D.C., July 2. Orlando Lippert, cameraman for Paramount News, describing to the Senate Civil Liberties Committee today the scenes he photographed for his reel at the Memorial Day strike riots at the south Chicago plant of the Republic Steel Corp. The pictures which suppressed by Paramount were screened for members of the committee today, 7/2/37

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 34

James Monroe Papers: Series 1, General Correspondence, 1758-1839; 1821 July 20-1825 Mar. 10 (Reel 8)

Reel Farm, House, Landing Road, Sharpsburg, Washington County, MD

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 37

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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