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Alexander Wilson, author of the American Ornithology, native of Paisley, Scotland died 1813 aged 45 / drawn & engraved by J.J. Barralet.

Portraits - A Group

Portraits - A Group

Symington, Paisley, and Glasgow

Paisley, [Scotland].

Portions of shawls exhibited by Roxburch & co. of Paisley.

Paisley from "The Traveller's Album and Hotel Guide: containing views of places and buildings of historical and general interest, with descriptive letterpress; an account of the principal railways out of London, etc"

Shawl

[Coates Memorial Church, Paisley, Scotland]

[Dunn Square, Paisley, Scotland]

[Fountain Gardens, Paisley, Scotland]

[Portrait of a woman with braids in front of a paisley backdrop] / Allen.

Paisley, C - First Cavalry (Ninth State Troops)

W. 3 st.

Mr. Melvyn R. Paisley Assistant Secretary--R. E. & S

Captain J. A. McKenzie, CHIEF of STAFF, and Melvin R. Paisley, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, leave Attack Squadron 128 (VA-128) for lunch

Captain J. A. McKenzie, CHIEF of STAFF, greets Melvin R. Paisley, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, upon his arrival for a visit with Attack Squadron 128 (VA-128)

Melvyn Paisley, assistant secretary of the Navy, speaks during the launch of the Los Angeles class nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHICAGO (SSN 721). Vice Admiral Nils R. Thunman, deputy chief of naval operations, Submarine Warfare, is seated behind him (third from right)

Vicki Paisley, ships sponsor, breaks a bottle of champagne across the bow of the Los Angeles class nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHICAGO (SSN 721) at the conclusion of the launch ceremony. Vice Admiral Nils Thunman, Deputy CHIEF of Naval Operations, Submarine Warfare, stands in the background center

Melvyn Paisley, assistant secretary of the Navy, speaks during the launching ceremony for the Los Angeles class nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHICAGO (SSN 721). Seated behind him are, left, an unidentified vice admiral and Ronald F. Gibbs, director, City of Chicago, Officer of the Mayor

Melvyn R. Paisley, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, Research, Engineering, and Systems

Actor Charlton Heston, principal speaker, right, and Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Engineering and Systems Melvyn R. Paisley attend the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHICAGO (SSN 721)

Actor Charlton Heston, right, Assistant Secretary Melvyn R. Paisley, center, and Rear Admiral Stanley E. Bump, commander, Submarine Group Six, attend the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHICAGO (SSN 721)

Distinguished guests attend the commissioning ceremony for the the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHICAGO (SSN 721). They are: Vicki Paisley, ship's sponsor, center, and Chicago Mayor Harold Washington, right

Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Engineering, and Systems Melvyn R. Paisley speaks during the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHICAGO (SSN 721)

Vicki Paisley, ship's sponsor and wife of Assistant Secretary of the Navy Melvyn R. Paisley, speaks during the commissioning of the nuclear-powered attack submarine USS CHICAGO (SSN 721)

MASTER CHIEF Boatswain's Mate Bobby Scott, command master chief of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61), and Vice Admiral William F. McCauley, commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, share a laugh with Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Engineering and Systems) Melvyn R. Paisley on the IOWA's quarterdeck

Captain Larry Seaquist, commanding officer of the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61), left, gives a tour of the ship to Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Engineering and Systems) Melvyn R. Paisley, center; Vice Admiral William F. McCauley, commander, Naval Surface Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, right of Paisley; and Admiral Frank B. Kelso II, commander in chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet

Admiral Frank B. Kelso II, commander in chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, talks with Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Engineering and Systems) Melvyn R. Paisley aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61)

Admiral Frank B. Kelso II, commander in chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet, talks with Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Research, Engineering and Systems) Melvyn R. Paisley aboard the battleship USS IOWA (BB-61)

Paisley Skies

Larry "Professor Paisley" Heidbreder and his yoked Texan longhorns (Justice, left, and Liberty) lead a group of "fleeing" civilians at the annual Battle of San Jacinto Festival and Battle Reenactment, a living-history retelling and demonstration of the historic Battle of San Jacinto in La Porte, Texas

Larry "Professor Paisley" Heidbreder and his yoked Texan longhorns at the annual Battle of San Jacinto Festival and Battle Reenactment, a living-history retelling and demonstration of the historic Battle of San Jacinto in La Porte, Texas

Larry "Professor Paisley" Heidbreder and his yoked Texan longhorns (Justice, left, and Liberty) at the annual Battle of San Jacinto Festival and Battle Reenactment, a living-history retelling and demonstration of the historic Battle of San Jacinto in La Porte, Texas

Larry "Professor Paisley" Heidbreder and his yoked Texan longhorns (Justice, left, and Liberty) at the annual Battle of San Jacinto Festival and Battle Reenactment, a living-history retelling and demonstration of the historic Battle of San Jacinto, La Porte,Texas

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - During a visit to Launch Pad 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, singer-songwriter Brad Paisley records a public service announcement for the agency. Paisley also announced the release of a new song titled "American Flag on the Moon" with Launch Pad 39A from which the Apollo moon landing missions were launched in the background. The announcement drew an immediate response for astronaut Reid Wiseman, an Expedition 40 crew member in Earth orbit on the International Space Station. For more on Kennedy Space Center, visit http://www.nasa.gov/kennedy. To read more of Wiseman's Twitter posts from the station, go to https://twitter.com/astro_reid. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper KSC-2014-3547

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – At Launch Pad 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, singer-songwriter Brad Paisley receives a response from astronaut Reid Wiseman, an Expedition 40 crew member in Earth orbit on the International Space Station, after Paisley announced through social media the release of a new song titled "American Flag on the Moon." Wiseman responded, "Hold on @BradPaisley, we don't usually like leaks at the launch pad." In the background is Launch Pad 39A from which the Apollo moon landing missions were launched. For more on Kennedy Space Center, visit http://www.nasa.gov/kennedy. To read more of Wiseman's Twitter posts from the station, go to https://twitter.com/astro_reid. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper KSC-2014-3546

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Singer-songwriter Brad Paisley announces the release of a new song titled "American Flag on the Moon" from Launch Pad 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. In the background is Launch Pad 39A from which the Apollo moon landing missions were launched. Upon seeing Paisley's Twitter post that he was at NASA's Apollo launch pad leaking his new song, astronaut Reid Wiseman responded, "Hold on @BradPaisley, we don't usually like leaks at the launch pad." Wiseman is a member of the Expedition 40 crew currently in Earth orbit on the International Space Station. For more on Kennedy Space Center, visit http://www.nasa.gov/kennedy. To read more of Wiseman's Twitter posts from the station, go to https://twitter.com/astro_reid. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper KSC-2014-3545

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – Singer-songwriter Brad Paisley announces the release of a new song titled "American Flag on the Moon" from Launch Pad 39B at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. In the background is Launch Pad 39A from which the Apollo moon landing missions were launched. Upon seeing Paisley's Twitter post that he was at NASA's Apollo launch pad leaking his new song, astronaut Reid Wiseman responded, "Hold on @BradPaisley, we don't usually like leaks at the launch pad." Wiseman is a member of the Expedition 40 crew currently in Earth orbit on the International Space Station. For more on Kennedy Space Center, visit http://www.nasa.gov/kennedy. To read more of Wiseman's Twitter posts from the station, go to https://twitter.com/astro_reid. Photo credit: NASA/Daniel Casper KSC-2014-3544

December 6, 1924