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Topic: kent

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

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

Cartoon showing two men under umbrellas facing each other and another man under umbrella with left hand extended between the two men.

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

Royal Methodists in Kent & Sussex---or the dissenters too powerful for...

"Dissenters, led by Collyer, and encouraged by the Dukes of Kent and Sussex, attack the Church of England..." (Source: George)

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

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

James Kent, full-length portrait, seated at table, facing slightly left.

[Butcher's shop, Sandwich, Kent]

[Butcher's shop, Sandwich, Kent]

Prints shows women and children at butcher's shop in Sandwich, England.

[The Medway, Chatham, England]
[Congressional Library]. Statues of Shakespeare & Kent

[Congressional Library]. Statues of Shakespeare & Kent

Photo shows the Main Reading Room in the Library of Congress.

Kent White
Cottage, Kent, England

Cottage, Kent, England

Long ladder from ground to chimney.

Mrs. Wm. Kent

Mrs. Wm. Kent

Photograph shows Mrs. William Kent, member of the Executive Committee of the National Women's Party who was the wife of Representative William Kent of California. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2014)

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