Madeira and St. Jago plants collected in the vicinity of Funchal, Madeira, and during a few hours in Porto Praya, St. Jago, 1853 July 8-9 Digital
Cape of Good Hope Digital
Includes: List of plant names; Cape plants collected by C. Wright, named by William Henry Harvey, with 2 letters from Harvey to Gray (1858 August 17 and 1858 October 28); and List of plants collected in the immediate vicinity of Simon’s Town  September 22-November 2.
Hong Kong Digital
Includes a two page introductory note explaining that the expedition was based in Hong Kong (1854 March 20 - September 12) with excursions to islands east of Hong Kong (1854 May 3-6); excursions to Whampoa (June 12-16 and June 24-July 26); then to Macao; to Cum-sing-moon (August 2-8); returned to Hong Kong (1855 January 29-1855 April 6). Also includes a list of plant names and a list of plant names with bibliographic citations and additional notes, arranged by family.
Descriptions of species of Gramineae found by Wright, apparently written by William Munro (1818-1880)
Loo Choo, Bonin, etc. Digital
Loo Choo, Bonin, etc. grasses Digital
Description of grasses written by William Munro
Arctic Asia Digital
Begins with an explanatory note indicating the list is predominantly comprised of plants from [Arakamtschetshene] off Kiene Island (1855 August 14-September 13). It notes that Mr. Small collected on the shore of the Ckhotsk Sea. That is followed by a list of plant names titled Arctic Asia and a detailed description of plants, arranged systematically.
Includes an explanatory note, "The following is the fruit of a few short winter excursions in the immediate neighborhood of San Francisco and Mare Island", winter 1855-1856. It is followed by a list of plants, including some descriptive notes.
Includes an explanatory note indicating Wright arrived at San Juan del sur in mid-February 1856 and went to Virgin Bay, which was his base for two months. Wright made excursions to the Pacific Coast and to an island in Lake Nicaragua. Also contains a 13 page list of plant names and 105 pages of collecting notes with plant names with cities and additional notes.
Flora Domingensis unpublished manuscript in Wright's handwriting, attributed to both Gray and Wright Digital
Based on Wright's 1871 collections in Santo Domingo. A thorough explanation of the circumstances surrounding this manuscript and its publication in Richard Alden Howard’s "The Botanical Results of the U.S. Commission of Inquiry to Santo Domingo in 1871," J. Arnold Arbor. 42:115-143.
Texas, 1849 Digital
One list of primarily Texas prairie plants collected by Wright during several months in 1849; localities include Galveston Island, and the prairies in and around El Paso, Houston, Austin, and San Antonio, as well as Pecos and Val Verde Counties.
Texas, 1851 Digital
21 unnumbered pages. Plant list prepared by Wright in his capacity as Assistant Computer to Colonel J. D. (James Duncan) Graham, Head of the Scientific Corps of the United States Boundary Commission. Localities are all in Texas and include Medina, Uvalde, Kinney, Val Verde, Crockett, Pecos, Jeff Davis, Hudspeth, and El Paso Counties. Includes a cover letter from Wright to Colonel Graham.
Southwest plant list, 1851 Digital
One list of plants collected along the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas and New Mexico; list prepared by Wright in his capacity as Assistant Computer to Colonel J. D. (James Duncan) Graham, Head of the Scientific Corps of the United States Boundary Commission.
Southwest plant list, 1852 Digital
List of plants collected by Wright during several months in 1852; localities include Texas, New Mexico, and the Mexican states of Coahuila and Chihuahua.
Plantae Wrightianae, Cuba, 1865 Digital
Contains notes and eight plant lists from various localities including Texas, New Mexico, and Cuba. Also contains a photocopy of a plant list by Wright.
Field notes of Charles Wright for 1849 and 1851-52, relating to collections from Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and adjacent Sonora and Chihuahua, 1940 Digital
A typed copy with commentary by Ivan M. Johnston. Manuscript dated February 1940. Transcript of the field notes that were sent to Asa Gray by Charles Wright, along with introductory material and notes regarding the locations Wright visited.