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To the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; Lieutenant Governour of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Counties of New-Castle, Kent and Sussex, upon Delaware. The address of the Mayor and commonalty of the City of Philadelphia, in Council the sixteent

[Arms] By the Honourable Patrick Gordon, Esq; Lieutenant Governour of the Province of Pennsilvania, and Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex upon Delaware, A proclamation [to quell and reduce by force all tumults, riots, and disorders] Given

[Arms] By the Honourable James Hamilton, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief, of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Countues of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex, on Delaware. A proclamation [Warning Squatters to leave Indian lands west of

[Arms] By the Honourable James Hamilton, Esq; Lieutenant-Governor, and Commander in Chief, of the Province of Pennsylvania, and Countues of Newcastle, Kent and Sussex, on Delaware. A proclamation [Warning Squatters to leave Indian lands west of

To the Honourable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn, Esqrs., true & absolute proprietaries & Governours of the Province of Pennsylvania & counties of New-Castle, Kent & Sussex on Delaware this map of the improved part of the Province of Pennsylvania. /

Carte de la nouvelle république de lʾAmérique ou les treize Provinces Unies : contenant, 1. New Hampshire, 2. Massachusetsbaye, 3. Rhode-Island, & 4. Connecticut, 5. La Nouvelle York, 6. Nouvelle Jersey, 7. La Pensilvanie, 8. Les Comtés de Newcastle, Kent, et Sussex sur la Delaware, 9. Mariland, 10. La Virginie, 11. La Caroline septentrionale, 12. La Caroline méridionale, et 13. La Géorgie /

A Meeting of umbrellas / P.V., delin. ; J. Kent, fecit.

At a meeting of deputies, chosen in and for each hundred of Kent county, in the Delaware state, at Dover, on Monday the first day of September 1783 [Recommending list of candidates for the ensuing year]. [Dover? 1783].

The country twenty-five miles round London : planned from a scale of one mile to an inch /

Royal Methodists in Kent & Sussex---or the dissenters too powerful for the established church / [G. Cruikshank].

The town of Providence, Indiana. This town is situated on the bank of the Ohio River - directly opposite the towns of Portland and Shippingport, Kent'y, about half a mile above the town of New-Albany - and about the same distance below the Town

The following letter from Mr. Sloane, a member of Congress from Ohio, and accompanying comments, are taken from the Richmond Whig of October 1 [1828] and addressed to the people of Hanover, Henrico, New Kent, Charles City, and the City of Richmo

[William Kent, half-length portrait, three-quarters to the right, wearing white waistcoat]

Chancellor Kent

Chancellor Kent

Map of Kent County, Delaware : from actual surveys /

Martenet's map of Kent County, Maryland ; shore lines and soundings from U.S. Coast Survey, roads and inland from actual surveys by C.H. Baker, county surveyor, under the direction, and drawn, and published by Simon J. Martenet.

Map of New Kent, Charles City, James City and York counties.

James Kent / from the original painting by Chappel in the possession of the publishers.

Map of New Kent, Charles City, James City and York counties.

Map of the counties of Charles City, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, King William, New Kent, and part of the counties of Caroline and Louisa, Virginia.

Panoramic view of the city of Kent, Portage County, Ohio 1882.

[Butcher's shop, Sandwich, Kent]

Kent County, State of Texas /

[The Medway, Chatham, England]

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Kent, King County, Washington

[Canterbury Cathedral, England]

[The church crypt, Hythe, England]

[The castle, Rochester, England]

[The dockyard, Chatham, England]

[The cathedral, Rochester, England]

Hambletonian. Bay horse, foaled 1849. Sire Abdullah, Dam The Charles Kent Mare

[Congressional Library]. Statues of Shakespeare & Kent

Lillius Kent

Wm. P. Kent

Kent White

Lt. F. Hale, Cath. Kent, Celia Burns

Tsombleau [i.e. Trembleau] Hall, Port Kent, N.Y.

[Canterbury Cathedral]

Canterbury Cathedral

Chas. Weller Kent

[Kent Chemical Laboratory, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.]

Canterbury Cathedral

Prof. Wm. Kent, Syracuse, portrait bust

[Kent Chemical Laboratory and theater, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.]

Canterbury Cathedral

Cottage, Kent, England

KENT, WILLIAM, MRS.

KENT, WILLIAM. HONORABLE

KENT, WILLIAM. HONORABLE

Steamer landing at Fort [sic] Kent, N.Y.

Birds eye view of Chestertown, Kent Co., Maryland 1907.

Atwater Kent factory, [Philadelphia, Pa.]

Geneva Political Equality Club meeting notice held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Kent

Atwater Kent factory, [Philadelphia, Pa.]

[Atwater Kent, standing by radio, and seven other people listening to the radio, in the Hamilton Hotel, Washington, D.C.]

Atwater Kent factory, [Philadelphia, Pa.]

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral, Norman staircase

Canterbury Cathedral, Norman staircase

Distributing hand bills advertising Inaugural Suffrage Parade and inviting everyone to participate Jan. [19]13. Mrs. Wm Kent talking to ? [man not identified]

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS.

KENT, REPRESENTATIVE FROM CALIFORNIA

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS.

CALIFORNIANS AT WHITE HOUSE: FRONT ROW: SEC. HOUSTON, LEFT IN 4908 ONLY; SEN. PERKINS; SEN. WORK; SEC. DANIELS; SEC. WILSON; SEC. McADOO; SEC. BRYAN. 2ND ROW: REPS. BAKER; STEPHENS; KAHN; CURRY; ASST SEC. OF NAVY F.D. ROOSEVELT; REP. KENT; COMMR. CAMINETTI. 3RD ROW: REPS. HAYES; KNOWLAND. TOP ROW: REPS.

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. WOMAN VOTERS ASK HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR ACTION ON AMENDMENT.MRS. WILLIAM KENT, CALIFORNIA, 2ND FROM LEFT; MRS. S. B. M. YOUNG,4TH FROM LEFT; ISABELLA MOTT OF NEW YORK, 2ND FROM RIGHT; KATHARINE FISHER OF NEW JERSEY, RIGHT

[Fola LaFollette] going to annual meeting [of] C[ongressional] U[nion], Jan. 11, 1914, at Mrs. [Elizabeth T.] Kent's

KENT, MRS. WILLIAM. WIFE OF REP. FROM CALIFORNIA. WOMAN SUFFRAGETTE

Mrs. Wm. Kent

Meeting at Coffee House, New York. Front row - L-R Mrs. Wm Colt, N.Y., Mrs. Wm Kent, Cal., Mrs. John Rogers, N.Y., Lucy Burns (back of Mrs. Rogers), N.Y., Miss Hazel MacKaye, Mass. (with Suffragist)

[National Woman's Party members meet in Colorado Springs for a conference to decide a course of action during the 1916 presidential election campaign.] Aug. 10--11 to 15, 1916. Left to right: Mrs. Hetty Wallis, Texas, Advisory Council, Harriot Stanton Blatch, N.Y., Florence Bayard Hilles, Del., Bertha Fowler, Colorado, Anne Martin, Nevada, Mrs. William Kent, California. Colorado Springs Conference 1916.

Mrs. Wm Kent, wife of Representative Kent, of California, who is actively working with the Woman's Party against President Wilson. Mr. Kent is national chairman of the Wilson Non-Partisan League.

Some of the picket line of Nov. 10, 1917. Left to right: Mrs. Catherine Martinette, Eagle Grove, Iowa. Mrs. William Kent, Kentfield, California. Miss Mary Bartlett Dixon, Easton, Md. Mrs. C.T. Robertson, Salt Lake City, Utah. Miss Cora Week, New York City. Miss Amy Ju[e]ngling, Buffalo, N.Y. Miss Hattie Kruger, Buffalo, N.Y. Miss Belle Sheinberg, N.Y.C. Miss Julia Emory, Baltimore, Md.

Thos. R. Shipp Co. Atwater Kent window. Woodward & Lothrop

Thos. R. Shipp Co. Atwater Kent Co. window. 13th & I, N.W., [Washington, D.C.]

This is the Calf of Kent, a little Holstein which was sold for the Red Cross at Kent, Wash. at steadily increasing prices, bringing $600 the first time sold, $700 the next and thus increasing by bounds of $100, finally brought a price that would surely have astonished the calf itself, which for all the attention that it commanded, remained modest and not at all spoiled

National Council meeting, "Old Brick Capitol," ca. early 1920s. [L to R] 1. Anita Pollitzer, 2. Florence Bayard Hilles, 3. Margaret Whittemore, 4. Dr. Caroline Spencer, 5. Mrs. Harvey W. 'Wiley, 6. Mrs. Wm. Kent, 7. Maude Younger, 8. Mabel Vernon, 9. Mrs. Richard Wainwright, 10. Alice Paul, 11. Edith Hooker.

Far Western delegates to Woman's Party conference. L to R: Miss Emma Wold, Portland, Oregon; Mrs. Wm. Kent, San Francisco, Cal.; Mrs Lucille Shields, Amarillo, Tex.; Miss Sybil Moore, Seattle, Wash., [11/11/22]

Everett Kent, Penna., [12/13/23]

Everett Kent, Penna., [12/13/23]

Everett Kent, Penna., [12/13/23]

Ura Kent Wells, newly appt. Ass't Gen. pays his respects at the W.H. [i.e., White House]

Everett Kent of Penna. (lay out)

Kennebunk Port, ME; summer home of A. Atwater Kent, [8/11/25]

Atwater Kent at test table, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania] factory

Atwater Kent in tool room, Phil., [Pennsylvania] factory

Booth Tarkington, Kenneth M. Roberts & Atwater Kent, [8/11/25]

Kennebunkport, ME, home of Atwater Kent

Kennebunk Port, ME; summer home of A. Atwater Kent, [8/11/25]

Atwater Kent & daughter

A. Atwater Kent, Phil., [Pennsylvania], factory

Booth Tarkington, D.E. Woodhull & Atwater Kent, [8/11/25]

Kennebunk Port, ME; summer home of A. Atwater Kent, [8/11/25]

Atwater Kent, Booth Tarkington and Kenneth M. Roberts, full, walking, Kennebunkport, Maine

Atwater Kent & Daniel E. Woodhull, [8/11/25]

Frank Aiken & Atwater Kent, Phil., [Pennsylvania] factory

A. Atwater Kent

Booth Tarkington, Kenneth M. Roberts & Atwater Kent, [8/11/25]

Kenneth M. Roberts, Atwater Kent & Booth Tarkington, [8/11/25]

Booth Tarkington, D.E. Woodhull & Atwater Kent, [8/11/25]