A handsome reed arm chair.

Arm Chair

A handsome reed arm chair.

A fancy arm chair made out of reed.

Arm Chair

A fancy arm chair made out of reed.

A large arm reed rocker.

Arm Chair

A large arm reed rocker.

Arundo Donax is commonly known as Great Reed. The flowers on this reed are reddish and ultimately whitish. This reed is found in the south of Europe.

Arundo Donax

Arundo Donax is commonly known as Great Reed. The flowers on this reed are reddish and ultimately whitish.…

A large comfort rocker made out of reed.

Comfort Rocker

A large comfort rocker made out of reed.

It is composed of bellows, with two faces or ends, generally polygonal in shape which are placed the various stops and studs.

Concertinas

It is composed of bellows, with two faces or ends, generally polygonal in shape which are placed the…

A parlor or corner chair made out of reed.

Corner Chair

A parlor or corner chair made out of reed.

"Cat-tail curtain raised by loop from bottom." -beard, 1906

Cat-tail curtain

"Cat-tail curtain raised by loop from bottom." -beard, 1906

"Primitive curtain of reeds and twine stitch." -Beard, 1906

Primitive curtain

"Primitive curtain of reeds and twine stitch." -Beard, 1906

A hexagonal flower stand made out of reed.

Jardiniere Stand

A hexagonal flower stand made out of reed.

An illustration of a clarinet mouthpiece and reed. The reed (b) is placed into the whole in the mouthpiece. The sound is produced by vibrating reed.

Clarinet Mouthpiece with Reed

An illustration of a clarinet mouthpiece and reed. The reed (b) is placed into the whole in the mouthpiece.…

"The Egyptian needles were of the following fashion. They wrote with a reed, or rush, many of which have been found, with the tablets and inkstands belonging to the writeres." — Goodrich, 1844

Egyptian needle

"The Egyptian needles were of the following fashion. They wrote with a reed, or rush, many of which…

A pipe fitted with glass so as to exhibit the reed.

Pipe

A pipe fitted with glass so as to exhibit the reed.

A reception chair made out of all reed with a cane seat.

Reception Chair

A reception chair made out of all reed with a cane seat.

"A pipe of this nature fitted with a piece of glass so as to exhibit the reed (which is a "free reed") is shown in [the illustration]. Q is the wind-chest of the bellows, into which P is fitted. In the right-hand figure the upper part of the pope is removed, so as to show the reed more clearly. A plate of metal c c, has a slit but in it, in which the tongue I may just past. By means of a curved wire, r, projecting above the top of the pipe, and the play of the tongue may be controlled and the pipe tuned. The conical pipe, H, placed at the top, serves to increase the power of the sound". -Benson, 1891

Reed

"A pipe of this nature fitted with a piece of glass so as to exhibit the reed (which is a "free reed")…

The common reed of the American and European reed swamps, growing from 5 to 12 feet high with leaves 2 inches wide.

Reed

The common reed of the American and European reed swamps, growing from 5 to 12 feet high with leaves…

A comfort rocker made out of reed.

Reed Rocker

A comfort rocker made out of reed.

A rocker made specifically for men.

Reed Rocker

A rocker made specifically for men.

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Bagpipe Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Bagpipe Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Bagpipe Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

(1813-1899) Ninth governor of Florida.

Harrison Reed

(1813-1899) Ninth governor of Florida.

An illustration of an oboe double reed. The cane is folded in half and shaped. The bottom is wrapped with wire and special string. This is then into a small cork. The top and bottom of the reed vibrates to produce sound.

Oboe Double Reed

An illustration of an oboe double reed. The cane is folded in half and shaped. The bottom is wrapped…

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Organ Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

A U.S. Representative from Maine, and Speaker of the House from 1889-1891 and from 1895-1899.

Thomas Reed

A U.S. Representative from Maine, and Speaker of the House from 1889-1891 and from 1895-1899.

"The saxophone, a brass musical instrument invented by Adolphe Sax. It consists of a conical brass tube, curved forward and upwards at the bottom, and having a short section bent backwards at the top, upon which a mouthpiece and a reed resembling those of the clarinet are fitted." —Finley, 1917

Saxophone

"The saxophone, a brass musical instrument invented by Adolphe Sax. It consists of a conical brass tube,…

1. Sea-plantain. 2. Sea-pink 3. Sea-reed, 4. Sea Rocket, 5. Sea Campion, 6. Sea-holly 7. Sea-spurge 8. Stone-pop

Types of Seashore Life

1. Sea-plantain. 2. Sea-pink 3. Sea-reed, 4. Sea Rocket, 5. Sea Campion, 6. Sea-holly 7. Sea-spurge…

Nesting in the reeds near bodies of freshwater, the reed-warbler can be found in Middle and Southern Europe.

Reed Warbler

Nesting in the reeds near bodies of freshwater, the reed-warbler can be found in Middle and Southern…