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Plan of Governor's, Kennedy's, and Brown's Islan[ds] and Red Hook together with part of the Bay and soundings, shewing the position they bear to each other and to New York, September 18th. 1766. By order of His Excellency Major General Gage, Commander in Chief of His Majesty's forces in North America.

Plan of Governor's, Kennedy's, and Brown's Islands, with Paulus and Red Hook together with part of the bay and soundings shewing the position they bear to each ether [sic] and to New York.

Military orders from Isaac Shelby to General [Thomas] Kennedy

The brave brigadier general Zebulon M. Pike, who gloriously fell in his countrys [sic] cause April 27th 1813 / J. Kennedy s.

The awful beacon to the rising generation [Cut] Powers killing Kennedy. We here present the public with a view of the wretched Powers in the act of murdering the unfortunate and unspecting victim of his revenge…[Cut] Powers in prison. And his d

James Madison to Philip Pendleton Kennedy, December 8, 1830.

The chaplet, a waltz by Flora / Kennedy & Lucas lithography, Philada.

James Madison to John P. Kennedy, November 22, 1833.

A. Kennedy to Sarah Yorke Jackson, February 26, 1835

American and foreign agency, in Washington, D. C. The undersigned offers his services in the prosecution of claims before Congress and the several departments ... Jos. C. G. Kennedy, March 29, 1853. [Washington, D. C. 1853].

Lieutenant Colonel Clarke Kennedy A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge

Lieutenant Colonel Clarke Kennedy A.D.C. to H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge

[Senator Anthony Kennedy of Maryland]

[Senator Anthony Kennedy of Maryland]

Hon. Anthony Kennedy of Md

[Senator Anthony Kennedy of Maryland]

Hon. Anthony Kennedy of Md

Hon. Anthony Kennedy of Md

Old John Brown's residence, Kennedy farm, Maryland

Biographical memoir of the Hon. Mrs. Aldworth of New Market, County Cork ... The original published January 1st, 1811, by S. Kennedy, Patrick Street, Cork, Ireland. New York. Published by Bro. Thomas Toynbee, No. 32 John Street. [c. 1860].

Hon. James Kennedy Moorehead of PA.

[Brig. Gen. John D. Kennedy, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

Joseph C. G. Kennedy to Abraham Lincoln, Monday, June 10, 1861 (Appreciation)

The true guide on the situation. Executive mansion. Washington, November 27, 1862. Hon. Geo. F. Shepley, Military governor of Louisiana. Dear Sir: Dr. Kennedy, bearer of this, has some apprenhension that Federal officers, not citizens of Louisia

Joseph C. G. Kennedy to John G. Nicolay, Friday, February 21, 1862 (Tenders his services at the White House)

Joseph C. G. Kennedy to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, June 30, 1863 (Offers his house to Lincoln)

[John A. Kennedy, 1803-1873, head and shoulders, facing right. Supt. N.Y.C. Police]

Kennedy, Hon. J.G. of Ind.

[Sir Charles Malcolm Kennedy, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left ] / Alexander Bassano.

"Kennedy" iron lands, 4,500 acres : /

[Ted Kennedy, Omaha Team, baseball card portrait]

[Kennedy's Pass, Girvan, Scotland]

[Castle Kennedy, Stranraer, Scotland]

Madge Kennedy

Cocconi, Gen. Diaz, Gen. M. DeLuca - Kennedy, Prince Ruspoli

J.S. Kennedy, profile portrait

Near the Kennedy Ranch in Cherry County, Nebraska.

Thos. Kennedy

J.J. Kennedy

Gen. M. DeLuca - Kennedy

William Kennedy ranch in Cherry County, Nebraska

Family eating watermelon in front of a farmhouse near the Kennedy Ranch, Cherry County, Nebraska

Cowboys near Kennedy Post Office, Cherry County, Nebraska.

Hugh Kennedy

William Kennedy ranch in Cherry County, Nebraska

Portrait of the William Kennedy family taken on their ranch in Cherry County, Nebraska

Ranch near Kennedy, Cherry County, Nebraska.

Horses, near Kennedy, Cherry County, Nebraska.

Ranch near Kennedy, Cherry County, Nebraska.

Elizabeth Kennedy in Shakespeare's As you like it

KENNEDY, WILLIAM P.

KENNEDY, J.M. GENERAL

KENNEDY, A. HONORABLE

KENNEDY, J., COMDR.

KENNEDY, A. HONORABLE

KENNEDY, W. HONORABLE

KENNEDY, W. HONORABLE

KENNEDY, JAMES HONORABLE

KENNEDY, J., COMDR.

Pat. Kennedy and trotter "Lord Bromley", Speedway Parade

[Glacier National Park, Mountain. Chief Mountain from north fork of the Kennedy Creek Mountain. Two horses in foreground and mountain in background]

1 -- Mrs. Morgan Belmont 2 -- Mrs. Stephen Peabody 3 -- Marion Kennedy

7th & Kennedy, [Washington, D.C.]

James J. Corbett - training at Coopers gym [with Kennedy? 190-?]

Bleach-room boys Daniel Crowley 17 years, 358 Broadway; Mike Kennedy, 18 years, 40 Margin St. Pacific Mills. Location: Lawrence, Massachusetts.

Marion Kennedy, Mrs. D. Coddington, Mrs. M. Belmont

Constant Le Marin [and] Geo. Kennedy

Tom Kennedy and Joe Jeanette

Comparison of Ages. Some of the youngest workers in Roanoke (Va.) Cotton Mills. On right-hand end is seven year old Frank, a helper. Next to him is twelve year old Ronald, a doffer. On his right is Mamie Witt, twelve year old spinner. Girl on her right said fourteen years old, but doubtful. On her right, (with curl on shoulder) is Inex Kennedy, just fourteen. The second girl on her right is probably under fourteen. This is a small mill, running a small [force]. Location: Roanoke, Virginia.

Comparison of Ages. Some of the youngest workers in Roanoke (Va.) Cotton Mills. On right-hand end is seven year old Frank, a helper. Next to him is twelve year old Ronald, a doffer. On his right is Mamie Witt, twelve year old spinner. Girl on her right said fourteen years old, but doubtful. On her right, (with curl on shoulder) is Inex [i.e., Inez?] Kennedy, just fourteen. The second girl on her right is probably under fourteen. This is a small mill, running a small force. Location: Roanoke, Virginia.

Miss M. Kennedy & "Pomeranian [i.e., Pomeria] Buttercup"

UNITED DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY. KENNEDY, MRS., LUDLOW, MRS. DRURY CONWAY, McKINLEY, MRS. ROY WEEKS, ODENHEIMER, MRS. CORDELIA POWELL, RAINES, MRS. L. H.

KENNEDY, FRANKLIN. LT., U.S.A. AVIATOR. IN CURTISS DUAL CONTROL AIRPLANE, HEADLESS; COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND

K.J. Ferry, T. Kennedy, Frank Hayes, T. Haggerty, M. Dougherty, F. Farrington, John Mack, T.J. Richards, A. Matti (left to right)

K.J. Ferry, T. Kennedy, Frank Hayes, T. Haggerty, M. Dougherty, F. Farrington, John Mack, T.J. Richards, A. Matti (left to right)

KENNEDY, WILLIAM. REP. FROM CONNECTICUT, 1913-1915

Marion Tiffany, Mrs. McKinney, Marion [V.R.] Kennedy

Kennedy Mine, Hazel Grenn [sic], Wis.

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Interior

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Construction detail

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Construction

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Model in construction

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Interior detail

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Study model

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Model

[James Kennedy Moffitt house, 86 Sea View Avenue, Piedmont, California. View from house to water terrace]

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Column study

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Model in construction

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Model

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Model in construction

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Interior

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Construction

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Exterior detail

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Interior

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Column study model

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Interior detail

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Interior

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Model in construction

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Study model

Trans World Airlines Terminal, John F. Kennedy (originally Idlewild) Airport, New York, New York, 1956-62. Interior

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