Letter from P. J. Casey, Secretary and Treasurer of the Monmouth County Horse Show Association, to William du Pont informing the latter that he was elected Vice President of the organization for the year 1916.
Hendrick begins this business letter with a paragraph about his automobiles. He compares his current steam carriage to the electric he owned before. Hendrick muses about building his own or having one built that will meet his expectations.
Photographs, brief narrative, and clippings concerning a pair of miniature silver cannons bearing the inscription "Du Pont de Nemours Fils & Cie" and bearing the coats of arms of the du Pont family and the Marquis de Lafayette.