A four-page letter written by Theodore Drayton Grimke-Drayton detailing his daily activities [while in Canada?], including a visit to City Hall. Grimke-Drayton meets with "Old Mr. Drayton" and his son.
An unfinished letter by Theodore Drayton Grimke-Drayton to his wife written on a train to Los Angeles, California. Grimke-Drayton mentions speaking with a train porter and taking a photograph of a palm tree. The back of the letter includes a list stops on a train line between Flat Rock, North Carolina and New York City.
A letter from A. Sachtleben thanking J. Drayton Grimke-Drayton Esq. for the use of his house on Pigeon Hill in Flat Rock, North Carolina. The Sachtleben family left Charleston to escape the summer heat. Sachtleben also mentions several portraits that are being copied for Grimke-Drayton and the possibility of Grimke-Drayton's brother, a reverend, visiting that summer.
Collection of letters from Theodore Drayton Grimke-Drayton to his wife in England while traveling within America. Grimke-Drayton travels to New York, Philadelphia, Charleston (S.C.), Flat Rock (N.C.), Shreveport (La.), El Paso (Texas), Atlanta, and throughout California by train.