Edward A. Kent

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Edward A. Kent

New York Herald

Edward A. Kent, who is a well-known architect at Buffalo, N. Y. and whose brother, William Kent, is an architect in New York city, was a passenger on board the Titanic who is not reported among the rescued. Mr. Kent, who is fifty-eight years old, is a son of the late Henry Kent of the firm of Flint & Kent, department store proprietors at Buffalo. He makes his home at the Buffalo Club and is a member of the American Institute of Architects. He designed many of the most important buildings in Buffalo, and also the Board of Trade building in Toronto. He was a delegate to the Berlin convention of architects two years ago and made many trips abroad. He was returning from a two months stay on the continent.

Related Biographies:
Edward Austin Kent

Relates to Place:
Buffalo, New York, United States

Relates to Ship:
Titanic

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