Loosely "bound" volume titled "American Letters" consists of letters (1888-1890) of Theodore Grimke Drayton-Grimke from his siblings visiting in the United States and from some of his American cousins, with a few copies of his replies.
This cook book includes instruction on: cabbage; eggs; corn soup; corn fritters; tomato soup; German waffles; canned tomatoes; maccaroni; beef a la mode; birds nest pudding; fried fish; salad; and rice. Also advice on chapped hands; damp closets; polishing furniture; destroying vermin; using scrapbooks; and extracting grease.
This illustrated pamphlet gives a brief history of the Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, South Carolina and provides rich physical details about the building, including photographs, floor plans and cross sections. Also included is a list of historic personalities identified with Charleston theatres and major theatrical events in city history. The front and back covers unfold into a map of peninsular Charleston showing the locales of past and current theatres (guide to map on page 14). 15 pages. Full text.
Long humorous letter written by Theodore Drayton Grimke-Drayton from Offenbach, Germany (1840s?) to his mother describing taking a break from his studies, visiting small towns, castle ruins, going fishing and the dangerous prank he undertook scaling a tower in the duchy of Walsaw, the village of Falkenstein.