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Christmas photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0208
  • Item
  • December 1987

The photograph shows Ron Orton and Dorothy Orton, Father Jacques Smith, and Jane Reagh seated at the Father Jacques Smith's home on Ashburn Crescent, Charlottetown, PEI, during the Christmas of 1987.

Christmas play photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTOS 0233 A B C D
  • File
  • 1987

The photographs include four snapshots of a children's Christmas nativity play inside a building. Further details about the event are not known.

Church bazaar photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTOS 0188 A B
  • File
  • [1992]

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.

Church camp photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0177
  • Item
  • [n.d.]

The photograph shows three children and one adult male outdoors, participating in an activity with tapestry. The event is apparently part of church camp.

Church camp photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0178
  • Item
  • [n.d.]

The photograph shows a class of church camp students playing recorders indoors.

Church choir and Servers photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0073
  • Item
  • [1945?-1948?]

A group photograph of men and women in the choir in front of the stage in the "old" Hall. Reverend Canon E. M. Malone is standing fifth from the left in the second row, surrounded by unidentified people.
Back row: Left to right Arthur Peake, Bev Armstrong
Third row: Left to right: Al Breedon, [ ?] Hyndman, Walter Hyndman, Fred Hyndman, [ ? ], Peter Taweel, Art Maclean, Paul Kays, Harry Sharma, Robert Acorn
Second row: Left to right: [?] Brady, [?], [?], [?], Canon Malone, Canon Moffatt,Canon Ibbott, [?], [?] Harvey MacPherson
Front row: Left to right: Paul Taweel, Frances MacPherson, [?], [?] Corrie, Helen Acorn, Susan Brenton (Organist), Annie Birt, Nancy Hyndman, Gladys Kays, Peter Kays

Church music camp photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0163
  • Item
  • [n.d.]

The photograph shows a group of children and adults sitting in chairs in a semi-circle, facing a man whose arm is gesturing out towards his audience. The people and the event are not identified but it appears the event was a church music camp.

Church music camp photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0164
  • Item
  • [n.d.]

The photograph shows an indoor audience of children sitting in chairs before an adult male. The event is not confirmed but the photograph appears to relate to a church music camp.

Church of England's "Firsts" in Canada framed images

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTOS 0262 A B C D
  • File
  • 1990-2000

This framed presentation of four images appears to have been put together by St. Peter's Cathedral Church volunteers for display purposes: the images appear to have come from published sources and include both photographic images and drawings.

Image A is a photograph of Reverend Randall Thomas Davidson, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L. Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, the first archbishop of Canterbury to visit Canada in 1904. Image B is a sketch of Reverend Charles Inglis D.D. the Lord Bishop of Nova Scotia (1787-1815), who was the first colonial bishop of the Church of England. Image C shows Reverend Charles Hamilton, M.A. OXON., D.D., D.C.L., who was the Lord Bishop of Ottawa and who reached in St. Peter's Cathedral Church at the centennial of the diocese of Nova Scotia in August [188?]. Image D is a photograph of Reverend Arthur Foley WInnington-Ingram, D.D., Lord Bishop of London, who was the first bishop of London to visit Canada in 1907.

Church pulpit photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0376
  • Item
  • [1860-1930]

The photograph shows an elaborate church pulpit. The location of the church is unknown, but the photograph was taken by a photographer in England so it is likely an English church.

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