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 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.
The photographs show the Prince Edward Island diocesan youth pilgrimage to St. Paul's. The Celtic parish crosses shown in the images were patterned on Diocesan crosses carried by "hard way" pilgrims from the Welsh Youth Pilgrimage of 1955. The Prince Edward Islander pilgrims walked the seven miles from Milton into St. Paul's. Photographs 0057 A and 0057 B show the pilgrims in Milton, in front of St. John's Church. Photograph 0057 C shows the pilgrims arriving at St. Paul's Church. Canon Robert Tuck (Rector of Summerside and St Eleanor's) is on the right and Reverend Jacques Smith (rector of New London) on the left.
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.
The photographs show the St. Peter's Men's Group cleaning brass in advance of Christmas services. The parishioners involved were Donalda and Karl Winter, MIchael and Eric Edward, Paul Taweel, Charles Williams and Ivan MacKenzie. Photos A, B, and C have been scanned. Photo A: Donalda and Karl Winter Photo B: MIchael Edward, Paul Taweel Photo C: Ivan Mackenzie
The photographs show a confirmation ceremony in St. Peter's Cathedral. Photographs A and B show Carolyn Paton among other children, in front of the altar. Photograph C shows Warden Don Carruthers, Reverend Canon H. M. D. Westin, Bishop Arnold, and David Michael inside a classroom. Photograph D shows Bishop Arnold seated in front of the altar, with David Michael standing beside him.
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.