In this letter Charlotte Manigault and Anne Taylor update Henrietta Drayton on their daily lives, their recent move to Sullivan's Island, SC, Charlotte and her aunt's recent illness and the death of Mrs. Russell.
Postcard of the Tudor Mansion at Middleton Place Gardens near Charleston, S.C. Back of postcard reads: "Middleton Place on the Ashley River near Charleston, S.C. Famous as a fine example of English Landscape gardening and for its wonderful live Oaks and beautiful Camellias and Azaleas. The Estate, after the lapse of 200 years, still belongs to a descendant of the original grantee. Built 1741." The back also notes that it was "Hand-colored."
Postcard of a small building and bench under an oak tree covered with Spanish Moss at Middleton Gardens near Charleston, S.C. Back of postcard reads: "Beneath the great moss draped arm of this huge live oak at Middleton Gardens is seen a pool of cypress black water, which during the season of bloom, reflects the myraid colors of Camellia and Azalea."