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 four perspectives of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip in a vehicle with an RCMP officer at the wheel and another law-enforcement official in the front passenger seat. The group is arriving at Victoria Park while a crowd looks on. The visit took place in 1973, on the centennial of Prince Edward Island's entry into Confederation. Accompanying information for these images and related photos PHOTO 0221 indicate that Archdeacon S. Tanton preached the sermon as the event was broadcast on national and international television.
Photograph A shows Reverend Canon E. M. Malone shaking hands with property warden Dr. Hammond Kelly. Photograph B is a miniature of photograph A. Photograph C shows Reverend Canon E. M. Malone standing with Marjorie Malone at the Diamond Jubilee celebration behind a table holding a three-tier cake, beside tall candles and flowers. Only Photograph C has been scanned. Photograph D is identical to A.
The five photographs show the paintings in All Souls' Chapel, showing restoration work done by Percy N. Woodley in 1949. The accompanying letter in the archives (St. Peter's Cathedral Church Property Records, BOX 82, File 9) provides additional information about the restoration.
The photographs show aspects of the visit of Edward, Earl of Wessex and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex. Photograph A shows the flower gardens in Rochford Square. The remaining photographs show crowds gathered outside the cathedral, including RCMP officers, security guards, clery in their robes, and parishioners and visitors.
The photographs show Archdeacon Tanton conducting service at Victoria Park, Charlottetown, during visit of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip to Charlottetown. The visit took place in 1973, on the centennial of Prince Edward Island's entry into Confederation. The service was broadcast on national and international television. See also related PHOTO 0234.
Photograph A shows a group of adults and children eating corn on the cob at an outdoor picnic. Madeline Crowell appears to be at top left. Photograph B shows children and an adult at an outdoor picnic.
The photographs show children participating in Sunday School. Photograph [a] shows Michael Edward, Alan West, [f. name?] Simon, Brian Francis, Graeme Francis, and Eric Edward; photograph [b] shows Rory Francis standing and Janet Fitzgerald holding an instrument and sitting with some children; the children in photograph [c] are unidentified; photograph [d] shows Emily Simon in the red headband, James Jabour, and M.E. Woodside; and the children in photograph [e] and [f] are unidentified.
The photographs show the cast of the AYPA play "The Bishop's Candlesticks" posing in costume. The caption on the back of one of the images identifies the people in the photographs as: Peter Shama, Milton Acorn, Arthur MacLean, Mary Acorn (later Mary Hooper) , Stewart Dickson (director), Barbara Pickard. They were the Drama Festival Winners of 1948.