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Church of England's "Firsts" in Canada framed images
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4 b&w images, shown in a 27 x 57 cm frame
A jpg photograph over glass has been made available
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The framed object forms part of the collection brought together by the St Peter's Cathedral Archives volunteers.
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This framed presentation of four images appears to have been put together by St. Peter's Cathedral Church volunteers for display purposes: the images appear to have come from published sources and include both photographic images and drawings.
Image A is a photograph of Reverend Randall Thomas Davidson, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L. Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, the first archbishop of Canterbury to visit Canada in 1904. Image B is a sketch of Reverend Charles Inglis D.D. the Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia (1787-1815), who was the first colonial bishop of the Church of England. Image C shows Reverend Charles Hamilton, M.A. OXON., D.D., D.C.L., who was the Lord Bishop of Ottawa and who reached in St. Peter's Cathedral Church at the centennial of the diocese of Nova Scotia in August [188?]. Image D is a photograph of Reverend Arthur Foley WInnington-Ingram, D.D., Lord Bishop of London, who was the first bishop of London to visit Canada in 1907.
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NO RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS
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PERMISSION FOR USE OTHER THAN RESEARCH PURPOSES IS REQUIRED FROM ST PETER'S CATHEDRAL ARCHIVES. QUESTIONS REGARDING COPYRIGHT ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER.
NO FURTHER FINDING AID IS AVAILABLE.
The frame is slightly damaged and the base papers holding the images are slightly warped. There is water damage on the right side of the frame. The date is estimated in part from the handwriting on the label, which is typical of writing done by St. Peter's Cathedral Church volunteer Michael Smitherman. However, it is possible the images were framed many years before and the label prepared later.
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