Photo consists of four men in clerical robes standing on either side of the sign on St. Peter's Church outlining the historical dates for the establishment of the mission, day school, residential school, and the church building. A young indigenous boy wearing a cowboy hat is standing by the door.
Photos consist of the Most Rev. Philip Carrington, First Archbishop of Quebec (1944-1960) greeting Archbishop Howard H. Clarke, Primate and two images of Archbishop Carrington at Lambeth Conference, 1958. One image includes Archbishop Carrington and his wife, Gwendolin Smith Carrington .
Photos consist of the Most Rev. Howard H. Clark, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, in formal portraits, posed shots in Canada and overseas and casual shots. There are also photos from his funeral.
Photos consist of Charles Hendry, sociologist who researched the Anglican Church of Canada's relationship with the Indigenous peoples. His report was published in a book called, Beyond Traplines. One of the photos includes the Most Rev. H.H. Clark.