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St. Peter's Cathedral clergy, choir, trustees and wardens Silver Jubilee photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTOS 0247 A B
  • File
  • [1919]

The photographs show the clergy and choir of St. Peter's Cathedral, as well as trustees and church wardens. The image was taken for the jubilee of 1919. Names are shown from left to right. Top row: C.K. Tidmarch, Harry Stewart, R.L. Cotton, J. J. Enman, Michael Durbas, Reverend W.K. Cox, Reverend T.H. Hunt, Reverend A.E. Andrew, Walter Hyndman, W.E. Cotton, W.E. Enman, William Harris, Ernest Hine, Percy Boyce. Middle row: F.R. Foster, L.W. Watson, Arthur Clarke, William G. Hogg, Reverend C.R. Harris, C.A. Simpson, Right Reverend Bishop Osborne, H.M. Simpson, Reverend J.V. Young, J.O. Hyndman. Bottom row: L.E. Brecken, Frank Barlow, Fred Hine, Robert Acorn, Harold McInnis, Alt. Peardon, Ivan Williams, Merill Crockett, Reverend Canon Simpson, William Barlow, Fred Brady, Chas Worth, William Whitlock, Walter Collier, Robert Hyndman, W.L. Cotton.

125th anniversary photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTOS 0270 A B C
  • File
  • July 25 1994

The photographs show the altar of St. Peter's Cathedral Church as it was decorated to commemorate Reverend Canon James Simpson, during the church's 125th anniversary.

Photograph [a] shows the altar decorated to look like it was when Reverend Canon James Simpson was the incumbent priest.
Photograph [b] shows Craig O'Brian, Reverend Canon Peter W. Harris, and Paul Kays.
Photograph [c] shows the altar decorated.

Demolition of the Church Hall

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0382 A B C D E F G H
  • File
  • 11 May 2004

The photographs show the demolition of the old Church Hall. The event was described by Father Peter Harris as follows: "watched by a group of parishioners, the machine with the wrecking ball and mechanical jaws performed the actual taking down of the old building. By 4 pm, the old Hall had been reduced to a pile of rubble. By October, the Hall was almost complete and usable." Only photos A B C have been scanned.

Anglican Young People's Association (AYPA) cast photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTOS 0204 A B
  • File
  • [1949]

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.

Anglican Young People's Association (AYPA) cast photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0206 A B C
  • File
  • 12 May 1947

The photographs show the AYPA players at St. Peter's Hall performing the scene "Silas Pettingill's Country Store" from the play "Music at the Crossroads", directed by Stewart Dickson. The caption on the back of one of the images identifies the people as follows: Back row, left to right: Harry Shama, Jimmy Korrey, Sterling Walker, Stewart Dickson (Director), Canon Malone, Marjorie MacPherson (later Marjorie Vessey), Delma Peake (later Delma Horne), Helen Acorn (later Helen Jewell), Art MacLean. Front row, left to right: Marion Peake, Mary Acorn (later Mary Hooper), Hilda Pickard, Peter Shama, Barb Pickard, Robert Acorn, Eleanor Kays.

Cathedral War Memorial photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0220 A B C D
  • File
  • [1960?-1990?]

The photographs show the war memorial plaque inside the Cathedral door commemorating the Great War 1914-1918. Wording for the plaque is as follows: Their Name Liveth for Evermore. To the Glory of God and in Pious Memory of those who Laid down their lives in the Great War 1914-1918 especially John Francklyn Peters ( Pte. 7th Batt. C.E.F, April 24th 1916 aged 22 years), Gerald Hamilton Peters ( Lieut. 7th Batt. C.E.F, June 3rd 1917 aged 22 years), Harry Cuthbert Stuart D.C.M. (Lieut. 2nd Batt. C.E.F, Sept. 9, 1916 aged 28 years), Stewart Basil Simpson (Lieut. 5th CMR, C.E.F, Oct. 1st 1919, aged 22 years), Arthur Leigh Collett (Lieut. 8 Goucesters B.E.F. Nov. 18th 1917 aged 25 years), Noel L. Tooker (Capt. 54th Batt. C.E.F. March 1st 1917, aged 34 years), Henry Turner Cabonnell (Pte. RCR, April 9th, 1917 aged 29 years), Harold Morris ( TPR 5th CMR, C.E.F. OCT. 31, 1917 aged 28 years), John Walter Ings (Lieut. RE B.E.F, Sept.18th 1918 aged 20 years), Arthur Gordon (Sargt. Maj. 64 Arty A.E.F. Oct. 14th 1918, aged 27 years). "Translated from the warfare of the world into the Peace of God." "Grant them, O Lord, eternal rest and let Light Perpetual shine upon them."
Photo A has been scanned

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

St. Peter's Church Hall photographs

  • CA PEI SPCA PHOTO 0222 A B C D E F
  • File
  • Bef. May 11 2004

The photographs show interior and exterior views of the old cathedral hall before demolition. Photograph A shows the interior facing a stage at front. Photograph B shows the interior with folding doors at back. Photograph C shows the main entrance door from the outside. Photograph D shows the exterior facing All Souls' Lane. Photograph E shows the exterior facing Fitzroy Street. Photograph F shows the kitchen.

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.

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