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St. Peter's Cathedral clergy, choir, trustees and wardens Silver Jubilee photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTOS 0247 A B
  • Bestanddeel
  • [1919]

The photographs show the clergy and choir of St. Peter's Cathedral, as well as trustees and church wardens. The image was taken for the jubilee of 1919. Names are shown from left to right. Top row: C.K. Tidmarch, Harry Stewart, R.L. Cotton, J. J. Enman, Michael Durbas, Reverend W.K. Cox, Reverend T.H. Hunt, Reverend A.E. Andrew, Walter Hyndman, W.E. Cotton, W.E. Enman, William Harris, Ernest Hine, Percy Boyce. Middle row: F.R. Foster, L.W. Watson, Arthur Clarke, William G. Hogg, Reverend C.R. Harris, C.A. Simpson, Right Reverend Bishop Osborne, H.M. Simpson, Reverend J.V. Young, J.O. Hyndman. Bottom row: L.E. Brecken, Frank Barlow, Fred Hine, Robert Acorn, Harold McInnis, Alt. Peardon, Ivan Williams, Merill Crockett, Reverend Canon Simpson, William Barlow, Fred Brady, Chas Worth, William Whitlock, Walter Collier, Robert Hyndman, W.L. Cotton.

125th anniversary photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTOS 0270 A B C
  • Bestanddeel
  • July 25 1994

The photographs show the altar of St. Peter's Cathedral Church as it was decorated to commemorate Reverend Canon James Simpson, during the church's 125th anniversary.

Photograph [a] shows the altar decorated to look like it was when Reverend Canon James Simpson was the incumbent priest.
Photograph [b] shows Craig O'Brian, Reverend Canon Peter W. Harris, and Paul Kays.
Photograph [c] shows the altar decorated.

Demolition of the Church Hall

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0382 A B C D E F G H
  • Bestanddeel
  • 11 May 2004

The photographs show the demolition of the old Church Hall. The event was described by Father Peter Harris as follows: "watched by a group of parishioners, the machine with the wrecking ball and mechanical jaws performed the actual taking down of the old building. By 4 pm, the old Hall had been reduced to a pile of rubble. By October, the Hall was almost complete and usable." Only photos A B C have been scanned.

St. Peter's Cathedral interior photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTOS 0238 A B C D
  • Bestanddeel
  • December 1977

The photographs show the interior of St. Peter's Cathedral at night during a service with a full congregation. Photographs A B and C are taken from the balcony while Photograph D it taken is from the floor. Photographs A B, C, and D have been scanned. It is presumed, but not confirmed, that all the photographs are from the same service.

St Peter's Cathedral photograph album

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0008
  • Bestanddeel
  • 1950-1952

The album appears to have been put together by Reverend Canon E. M. Malone. The photographs show the following:

Photograph [a]: exterior of St. Peter's Cathedral in winter -- the annotation on the inside cover of the album notes "Big Storm 1952"
Photograph [b]: a collection of African violets on a table -- the annotation on the back notes "Rectory, my violets 1952"
Photograph [c]: interior of the rectory with Christmas cards on display -- the annotation on the back notes "Rectory 1951 Christmas"
Photograph [d]: exterior of St. Peter's Cathedral in winter -- the annotation on the back notes "Rectory St. Peter's" but the rectory is only seen in the distance
Photograph [e]: exterior of St. Peter's Rectory in winter with a man standing on the entrance stairs -- the annotation on the back notes "Rectory" -- the man appears to be Canon Malone
Photograph [f]: exterior of St. Peter's Cathedral in winter -- the annotation on the back notes "St. Peter's Cathedral"
Photograph [g]: a collection of African violets on a table in the sunshine -- the annotation on the back notes "Rectory"
Photograph [h]: photograph of four people sitting outside having a picnic lunch at a table -- the annotation on the back notes "Cavendish May 24/50, Bishop Waterman, Ethel MacNutt, Janet Elwin, I took snap." It is presumed the photographer was Canon Malone.

St. Peter's Cathedral memorial stained glass window photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0041 A B
  • Bestanddeel
  • [1870?-1910?]

The photograph (PHOTO 0041A) shows St. Peter's Cathedral's memorial stained glass window. A newspaper clipping on the back of the image (PHOTO 0041B) explains that this stained glass window was installed in memory of Daniel Hodgson and his wife Margaret Leah, who passed away in 1883 and 1878 respectively. The exact date of the photograph is not known.

All Souls' Chapel interior postcard and original photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0056 A B
  • Bestanddeel
  • Before 1919

The postcard and photograph show a frontal view of the altar in All Souls' chapel. Chairs can be seen at the edge of the photograph so it predates the installation of pew and altar rail. The photographer's name and location are embossed on the lower right.

Jubilee Service - St. Peter's Cathedral interior photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0012 A B
  • Bestanddeel
  • Bef. 1926 [1894?]

The photographs show the interior of the Cathedral facing the old pulpit. Note that chairs are being used instead of pews, these were used until 1926. On the back of photograph [a] in pencil is written St. Peter's Cathedral Charlottetown Prince Edward Island photo by Cloud Hill, Charlottetown". Photo B is identified as the Jubilee Service.

Thanksgiving service photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTOS 0282 A B C D E
  • Bestanddeel
  • October 10 1992

The photographs show the church decorated for the Thanksgiving service.

Photograph [a] shows the altar decorated with a loaf of bread and grapes.
Photograph [b] shows a closeup of the bread and grapes.
Photograph [c] shows the front decorated with artificial leaves.
Photograph [d] shows a display with leaves and various fruits and vegetables.
Photograph [e] shows Reverend Canon Peter W. Harris standing next to the display.

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