Papers include vouchers, receipts, and business letters (1884-1921) of Riley's foundry and machine works, political letters (1895-1903), and letters concerning the Hibernian Society (1896). Also includes a copy of the specifications (1894) of labor and material to be used in repairs to the U.S. Custom House, Charleston, S.C.
Postcard of the Custom House in Charleston. Back of postcard reads: "Built in 1850. Building is of White Marble of the Roman-Corinthian style of architecture. It houses a number of Government Bureaus. Located on the Cooper River."
Postcard of the Custom House in Charleston. Back of postcard reads: "The building is of white marble situated just south of the Market. It was once employed by the officers of the Customs and the United States Courts, but is now occuped by the Weather Bureau as well as the Customs Department."