Four items relating to the architect Albert Kelsey. A letter written to his mother on March 30, 1889, from school in Bustleton, Penn., includes floor plans and a side elevation for a house. A letter to his father was written from Paris on November 28, 1897. Kelsey used stationery of the T Square Club Annual Architectural Exhibition for 1898. Kelsey was in Europe in his capacity as a member of the clubs Jury of Selection and Hanging Committee. As well, there is a printed copy of remarks he made at the IV Congrès International des Architectes, held in Brussels in 1897. Kelsey represented the T Square Club. The remarks are in French; a correction and an addition have been written in. The last item is the syllabus, or program, of the T Square Club for 1893-1894. The group met October-April. The meetings featured either a lecture (Gothic Ornament, for example) or a competition (Sketch for a Boat House for a Club of about one hundred members). Kelsey was on the executive committee for this year.