Reeves - Companies and Institutions

Companies and Institutions

  • House of Reeves, a furniture store in Croydon, London, England
  • Reeves College, college in Alberta, Canada
  • Reeves Pulley Company, a transmission and engine manufacturer in Columbus, Indiana founded by Milton Reeves

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