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St. Peter's Cathedral Church Directory of Members

  • CA PEI SPCA 900-24
  • File
  • 1985

The photographic directory of members consisted of two binders of photographs attached to construction paper, with the names of parishioners written on the paper. Pages appear to have been created for every member of the church but not all pages have photographs attached. The directory was originally divided into three three-ring binders (28 x 29 cm each): the first for parishioners with last names A to J, the second for last names from K to O, and the third for last names from P to Y. In order to preserve the photographs safely, the photographs and sheets of paper were removed from the binders and placed in files in alphabetical order as follows: File 1: A-E, File 2: F-J, File 3: K-Mc, File 4: Me-R, File 5: S-Y, File 6: To Be Identified. The approximate date that the photographs were taken is 1985, based on information provided by parishioners in 2020.

St. Peter's Cathedral Church

St Peter's Cathedral photograph album

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0008
  • File
  • 1950-1952

The album appears to have been put together by Reverend Canon E. M. Malone. The photographs show the following:

Photograph [a]: exterior of St. Peter's Cathedral in winter -- the annotation on the inside cover of the album notes "Big Storm 1952"
Photograph [b]: a collection of African violets on a table -- the annotation on the back notes "Rectory, my violets 1952"
Photograph [c]: interior of the rectory with Christmas cards on display -- the annotation on the back notes "Rectory 1951 Christmas"
Photograph [d]: exterior of St. Peter's Cathedral in winter -- the annotation on the back notes "Rectory St. Peter's" but the rectory is only seen in the distance
Photograph [e]: exterior of St. Peter's Rectory in winter with a man standing on the entrance stairs -- the annotation on the back notes "Rectory" -- the man appears to be Canon Malone
Photograph [f]: exterior of St. Peter's Cathedral in winter -- the annotation on the back notes "St. Peter's Cathedral"
Photograph [g]: a collection of African violets on a table in the sunshine -- the annotation on the back notes "Rectory"
Photograph [h]: photograph of four people sitting outside having a picnic lunch at a table -- the annotation on the back notes "Cavendish May 24/50, Bishop Waterman, Ethel MacNutt, Janet Elwin, I took snap." It is presumed the photographer was Canon Malone.

Jubilee Service - St. Peter's Cathedral interior photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0012 A B
  • File
  • Bef. 1926 [1894?]

The photographs show the interior of the Cathedral facing the old pulpit. Note that chairs are being used instead of pews, these were used until 1926. On the back of photograph [a] in pencil is written St. Peter's Cathedral Charlottetown Prince Edward Island photo by Cloud Hill, Charlottetown". Photo B is identified as the Jubilee Service.

Venerable G. S. Tanton retirement party photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0017 A B
  • File
  • 1974

The photographs show the retirement party for the Venerable G. S. Tanton. Photograph [a] includes two copies, one with a border and one without, showing the Venerable G. S. Tanton standing with his wife in the church. Photograph [b] shows, from left to right: G. S. Tanton, property warden Dr. Hammond Kelly, and Freda Harris [to be confirmed], as well as several unidentified individuals.

St. Peter's Cathedral memorial stained glass window photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0041 A B
  • File
  • [1870?-1910?]

The photograph (PHOTO 0041A) shows St. Peter's Cathedral's memorial stained glass window. A newspaper clipping on the back of the image (PHOTO 0041B) explains that this stained glass window was installed in memory of Daniel Hodgson and his wife Margaret Leah, who passed away in 1883 and 1878 respectively. The exact date of the photograph is not known.

All Souls' Chapel dedication photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0042 A B C D E F G H I J
  • File
  • 25 July 1994

A collection of photographs taken by Eddie Acorn during the dedication of All Souls' Chapel as a National Historic Site on 25 July 1994. The first 5 photographs have been scanned.

All Souls' Chapel interior postcard and original photograph

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0056 A B
  • File
  • c. late 19th - early 20th cen

The postcard and photograph show a frontal view of the altar in All Souls' chapel. Chairs can be seen at the edge of the photograph so it predates the installation of pew and altar rail. The photographer's name and location are embossed on the lower right.

St. Peter's Church Hall dedication photographs

  • PHOTO 0058 A - F
  • File
  • 24 October 2004

The photographs show the dedication of the new church hall for St. Peter's. People in the photographs have been identified as:
Photo A Father Peter Harris
Photo B: Left to right: Father David Harris, Bishop Fred Hiltz, Father Peter Harris
Photo C: Left to right: Rory Francis, Edgar MacDonald, Bishop Fred Hiltz,
Father Peter Harris, Father David Harris and Charles Williams.

According to information provided to the Archives by Father Peter Harris via email on 23 September 2019, the time frame for demolition of the old hall and construction of the new hall was as follows: "On Sunday April 18, 2004, a 'closing of the old hall' event was held after the church service. We gathered in the old hall for one last time, prayers were said and we all said 'farewell' to the old hall. Over the next three weeks, the demolition company performed to process of removing windows, wires, plumbing, glass, etc. Tuesday 11 May 2004 was the actual day of demolition of the structure. Some of us watched from the back stoop of the Church House, as the machine with the wrecking ball and mechanical jaws performed the actual taking down of the structure. By 4 pm, our old hall had been reduced to a pile of rubble. Over the next few days trucks picked up and carried away all the rubble, and then the construction of the new hall began. By early October the hall was almost complete and usable. The Dedication of the new Hall was Sunday 24 October, 2004. Bishop Hiltz was with us for this special event."

Christmas pageant photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0060 A B C
  • File
  • [n.d.]

The photographs show players in a Christmas pageant. Photograph 0060 A shows four players: one man is kneeling and three women are standing. Photograph 0060 B shows one woman kneeling in front of a man in a cape, who is standing. Photograph 0060 C shows two men and two women kneeling and one woman standing. The people are unidentified.

Anglican Young People's Association (AYPA) cast photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0064 A B C
  • File
  • [1947-1948]

Photographs show the cast of a AYPA play "Music at the Crossroads" at St. Peter's Hall:
Back row standing, left to right: Harry Shama, Stuart Dickson (Director), Canon E.M. Malone, Alice Dickson (later Alice Fraser), Helen Acorn (later Helen Jewell), Mary Acorn (later Mary Hooper), Milton Acorn, Art MacLean
Front row sitting, left to right: Majorie MacPherson (later Majorie Vessey), Peter Shama, Hilda Pickard (later Hilda Sterns), George Vessey, Viola Kays, Fred Saunders

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