Green’s Dictionary of Slang

whole kit n.

also whole kip

[late 18C–mid-19C] the entire lot, the full collection.

In phrases

whole kit and biling (n.) (also kit and boiling, whole shool and boiling)

[mid-19C–1940s] (US) absolutely everything and everyone, the lot.

whole kit and caboodle (n.) (also entire kit and caboodle, kit and caboodle, whole kit and boodle, whole kit-and-kaboodle, whole kid and caboodle) [caboodle n.]

[mid-19C+] (orig. US) the lot, everything there is.

whole kit and cargo (n.) (also whole kit and crew, ...and killybang, ...and pack, ...and parcel, ...and posse, ...and tolic, ...and tuck)

[mid-19C+] (US) the lot.