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 relate to the dedication of the Mothers' Union banner at St. Peter's Cathedral Church on 24 May 1992. The photographs numbered PHOTO 0422 were removed from Fonds 013: Mothers' Union Archives, Box 78, where they originally accompanied related programmes and a leaflet. Photo A shows the banner and Jennifer Witlessly and Rosemary Mathis holding flowers. Photo B Shows the banner and Gaie Orton and Annie Carter. Photo C shows the banner and is displayed here.
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.
The photograph shows Lewabeel Legene hugging her husband, Mengistu Buhamu. They are two Ethiopian refugees who worshipped at St. Peter's Cathedral for several years. The date stamp on the photograph shows "9 14 '91".
The photograph shows Margaret Westin, Marguerite Ghiz, and an unidentified woman in the rear section of St. Peter's Cathedral Hall, which was later referred to as "the Old Hall" after it was replaced in 2004. The photograph may have been taken during the Fall Fair.
The photographs show the retirement party for Reverend Canon H. M. D Westin and Margaret Westin in the old Church Hall. Photograph A shows three men left to right [name?], Ron Orton, and Carl Mathis. Photograph B shows the presentation of a framed picture to Canon H. M. D and Margaret Westin by [name?]. Photograph C shows Margaret Westin and a special cake and a young boy. Photograph D shows Canon H. M. D and Margaret Westin and the special cake. Photograph E shows Canon H. M. D and Margaret Westin and two gentlemen.
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 church members at a barbeque. It appears to be the Sunday School picnic at Strathgartney, and the woman handing out buns is Bev McMurray, the Sunday School teacher. Ann Francis is in the red shirt and cap. Father Peter Harris is in the blue cap, and Bev's husband is in blue shorts. The other people are unidentified.