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 portrait shows Reverend Dr. Wright sitting in a three-quarter-length pose. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph reads "Rev. Dr. Wright, Montreal, Locum Tenens St. Peters and Georgetown Gave Lectern." According to Holy Trinity Church, Georgetown records Box 87, File 2, "J .M. Wright" was present at that church in 1878-1879 and in 1882-1884. Further identifying information is needed to confirm his name and role.
The photograph is a head and shoulders portrait of a man; the inscription on the back reads "Alexander MacNab, one of the parishioners of St. Peter's." The number "3" is also written on the back of the photograph.
One scrapbook containing newspaper clippings related to various topics, both church-related and otherwise. The book originally contained a number of loose newspaper clippings, which were removed and photocopied, then added to the newspaper clippings reference files. The book also contained a number of loose annual reports for the church, which were moved to the annual reports files. The clippings and reports contained no annotations or information that warranted their retention with the scrapbook, which appears to have been a loose compilation of materials over many years, by unknown persons.
The photograph is a full-length studio portrait of William E. Enman, dressed in a white robe and holding a small book. The inscription on the back identifies him as a choir acolyte, with the dates 1882-1890.
The photograph is a head and shoulders studio portrait of W. B. King, Assistant Priest of St. Peter's Cathedral from 1882-1885 and Headmaster of St. Peter's school during that time as well. The Notman studio logo is on the back.