Although through Kennedy's collection it can be infered that Kennedy was most interested in producing images of places, some pieces from his collection do not depict places at all. Kennedy's collection also includes pictures of monuments, boats, and even keys. Because a large number of pieces from Kennedy's collection depict various types of "sailing vessels," I have chosen to divide this category into two sections: "boats, etc." and "misc." The miscellaneous section includes everything that could not fit into the other categories including Kennedy's depiction's of keys, chairs, and other objects.