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 chancel of St. Peter's Cathedral including the rood screen and the altar. The screen was apparently designed by William Critchlow Harris while he was an apprentice to the architect David Stirling at the office of Stirling Dewar in Halifax. There are chairs at the edge of the photo which dates the picture to prior to 1926.Photograph B is slightly cropped and doesn't show the chairs.
These photographs show a youth group meeting for St. Peter's Cathedral. The people depicted in photograph [a] are Rick Ball, Margot Ball, Annie Carter, and Katie Woodside. Roger Carter and Matthew Carter are in photograph [b].
The photographs show a church meeting held in the old hall at St. Peter's Cathedral about a new roof. Photograph [a] shows a large group of people; photograph [b] has Rory Francis presenting to the people at the meeting; photograph [c] shows Annie and Martin Carter sitting at a table with papers; and photograph [d] shows Stewart Bennie and Rory Francis sitting at a table with papers.
The photographs show what looks to be a bazaar being held at the church in the old hall. Photograph [a] shows Reverend Canon Peter W. Harris and Kittie Orford standing in front of aprons on display. Photograph [b] shows Betty Blake standing and Margaret Hort sitting at a table with aprons displayed behind them.
The photographs show the cast of the AYPA play "The Bishop's Candlesticks" posing in costume. The caption on the back of one of the images identifies the people in the photographs as: Peter Shama, Milton Acorn, Arthur MacLean, Mary Acorn (later Mary Hooper) , Stewart Dickson (director), Barbara Pickard. They were the Drama Festival Winners of 1948.
The photographs show children participating in Sunday School. Photograph [a] shows Michael Edward, Alan West, [f. name?] Simon, Brian Francis, Graeme Francis, and Eric Edward; photograph [b] shows Rory Francis standing and Janet Fitzgerald holding an instrument and sitting with some children; the children in photograph [c] are unidentified; photograph [d] shows Emily Simon in the red headband, James Jabour, and M.E. Woodside; and the children in photograph [e] and [f] are unidentified.
Photograph A shows a group of adults and children eating corn on the cob at an outdoor picnic. Madeline Crowell appears to be at top left. Photograph B shows children and an adult at an outdoor picnic.
The photographs show Archdeacon Tanton conducting service at Victoria Park, Charlottetown, during visit of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip to Charlottetown. The visit took place in 1973, on the centennial of Prince Edward Island's entry into Confederation. The service was broadcast on national and international television. See also related PHOTO 0234.