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Acis and Galatea

Leaf from Aedes Walpolianae mounted with a print and a drawing: (a): The Virgin and Joseph with the Young Jesus; (b): Acis and Galatea

Fables, Vol. I & II

Treasury House, 10 Downing Street, London: Plan of the First-floor Parlor (Northeast Corner Room)

Treasury House, 10 Downing Street, London: Plan of the Great Middle Room (Sir Robert Walpole's Levee Room, Northwest Corner, First Floor)

Treasury House, 10 Downing Street, London: Plan of Sir Robert Walpole's Dressing Room (Middle Room, West Front, First Floor)

Treasury House, 10 Downing Street, London: Plan of the End Room Below (Northwest Corner Room, First Floor)

Library table

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

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

[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.

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.

The militant flag carried by Emmaline Pankhurst in pre-war demonstration in London arrives in Washington. In Washington to attend memorial services to her mother the late Emmaline Pankhurst, noted English suffrage leader, , Miss Christable Pankhurst brought with her the famous militant flag carried by her mother in the pre-war demonstration in London. On the left is Miss Pankhurst and on right is Mrs. William Kent, of California, who will preside at services which will be held at the United States Capitol on December 8

octagonal temple designed by William Kent in 1746 from "Views in Suffolk, Norfolk, and Northamptonshire, illustrative of the works of Robert Bloomfield ... to which is annexed a memoir of the poet's life"

Pair of candlesticks