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Unidentified church exterior photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0379
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  • [1860-1880]

The photograph shows the entrance to a church with an unidentified gentleman in the doorway. The location of the church is unknown. The photograph was taken by a London-based photographer, suggesting the church may have been in England.

Reverend Crosly White portrait

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0342
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  • [1862?-1870?]

The portrait shows an oval head shot of Reverend Crosly White. A handwritten note on the back of the image reads "Rev. Crosly White S. Barnabas, Pimlico." The front of the image shows the name and address of the British photographers W. Walker & Sons (referring to William and Samuel Walker), of 64 Margaret St. Cavendish Square. The front also shows "Registered 25 & 26 Vic. C. 68" in reference to the "Creating Fine Arts Copyright Act of 1862."

Father Ignatius portrait

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0351
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  • 1865-1868

The photograph is a full-length portrait of Father Ignatius, whose given name was Joseph Leycester Lyne. The handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads: "Rev. of L. Lyne S. Bartholomew Moor Lane." At the bottom of the front of the photograph is a stamp of photographer's name: Mason & Co. Research shows that Joseph Leycester Lyne, commonly known by his religious name Father Ignatius of Jesus (23 November 1837 – 16 October 1908), was an Anglican Benedictine monk. He commenced a movement to reintroduce monasticism into the Church of England and often preached from St. Bartholomew during the period from 1866 to 1688. He was apparently a friend of Dr. Pusey, who is shown in PHOTO 0363.

All Souls' Chapel altar photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0052
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  • c. 1865-1879

A photograph of All Souls' Chapel's altar. The photographer was C. Lewis.

Miss Amy Brecken portrait

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0377
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  • 1865 - 1890

The photograph is a seated portrait of Miss Amy (Helen Amelia) Brecken. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads "Miss Amy Brecken." Amy was the niece of Mrs. Edmund Jarvis Hodgson, and Amy's parents were Frederick and Helen de La Croix Brecken. See photo 0305.

[Reverend F. Bishop?] portrait

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0353
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  • 1867-1868

The photograph is a full-length portrait of a clergyman. Handwriting on the back of the image reads as follows: "Rev. F. Bishop now at [Chingford?], Herefordshire". Research is needed to confirm the full name of the individual. Printed on the front of the image on the lower left is the name of the studio and on the lower right the address of the location. Above this information in script is the word "Copyright".

Dr. Brookes portrait

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0362
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  • 1867-1868

The photograph is a full-length portrait of Dr. Brookes. The handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads "Dr. Brookes." Printed on the front on the lower left is the name of the studio and on the lower right its address; above this information in script is the word "Copyright."

St. Peter's Cathedral Church Altar Service Book

The Altar Service Book, published in 1867, is a 38 x 26 x 3.5 bound book, edited by the Reverend Frederick George Lee, DCL, FSA (1832–1902), a theological writer born at Thame, Oxfordshire, who was ordained deacon by the bishop of Oxford in 1854 and priest in 1856.

The full title of the publication is: Altar Service Book, According to the Use of the United Church of England and Ireland/ The Order for the Administration of the Holy Communion, to which are Prefixed the Tables of Feasts and Fasts, and Kalendar, with the Collects, Epistles and Gospels, to be used throughout the year; Also the order for Confirmation of Children, and the Form for the Solemnization of Holy Matrimony; Together with the Form and Manner of Making, Ordaining, and Consecrating of Bishops, Priests and Deacons, According to the Use of the United Church of England and Ireland. With the Ancient Plain Song for the Holy Communion. The publication is apparently three volumes but there is only one volume in this accession.

Included with the book is a note, by James Simpson, from sometime after September 1918, reading "This book was used in the Altar of St. Peter's Cathedral from the early days of the church until September 1918." As well, a piece of string has been retained: it is presumably the string used to tie the book during its use.

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