St. Peter's Cathedral Archives houses and makes available the Cathedral official archives, along with archival materials related to the church community in Charlottetown and across Prince Edward Island.
The photographs show the high altar. There are minor differences between the images but they are essentially the same. Note that candles and statues are shown. The statues are white, which predates the images to before painting was done in the early 1970's. The envelope holding the negatives has "No. 4" written on the front.
The photograph shows a view of the church and chapel from across the street in front of the government building. The negative was originally in envelope No. 7. The view is quite similar to Photo 0325, however this image includes a clear view of the building on Fitzroy Street.
The photograph shows Reverend Canon Malone walking outside in front of a window and bench. On the back of the photograph is written in dark ink "[St. Peters Day] June 29/69 St Peters." A second inscription in lighter writing reads "Opening Centre" and "MacCallum." It is unclear who/what the name "MacCallum" is referencing.
Photograph [a] shows Reverend Canon Peter W. Harris with his back to the camera with other people filling the old hall at a Christmas dinner. Photograph [b], [c], and [d] have a large group of people sitting at tables and milling around.
One banner, with the inscription "Feed My Lambs." Details about the purpose, use, or value of the item are not available; dates of [1869-2020] have been assigned to reflect the inclusive dates of St. Peter's Cathedral Church, but no more precise information is available.
One banner, with the inscription "St. Peter's A&M." Details about the purpose, use, or value of the item are not available; dates of [1869-2020] have been assigned to reflect the inclusive dates of St. Peter's Cathedral Church, but no more precise information is available.