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 a man sitting in a three-quarter-length pose, with his arms crossed, holding a piece of paper. The front of the image shows the name and address of the British photographer Samuel A. Walker, at 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."
Handwritten on the back of the image is the name "Richard". No further identifying information is available.
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.
A copy of the Hope of the World painting by Harold Copping. According to writing on the back,the print was presented to the Children's Corner at St. Peter's Cathedral by the Anglican Catholic Overseas Association to mark the centenary of the Oxford Movement on 14 July 1933.
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.