Photo consists of three women standing together beside a "Diocese of the Arctic" flag. A map covers the wall behind them.
Written on the back of the photo, "At the opening luncheon of the Dominion Annual WA meetings, Mrs. Sarah Simon, a life member from Whitehorse, Yukon, presents the Primate, Archbishop Clark, with a white stole of caribou hide which she had made for him. This was her second such gift. She also made a stole for the late Archbishop Derwyn Owen, Primate from 1934 to 1947.
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.
Photo consists of three clergy men talking with each other, while two of them shake hands. Rev. Canon A.J. Jackson in the middle and the Most Rev. Howard H. Clark to the right. A big "The Anglican Church of Canada" sign is behind them as well as a map of Canada.
Photo consists of two photos. In the first one, the Archbishop is seen walking along the sidewalk outside of 600 Jarvis street. In the second photo he is sitting at a desk writing; a typewriter is on the table as well.
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.
Preceded by Monthly Letter Leaflet, the Letter Leaflet was established November 1888 and ran until October 1922. The Monthly Letter Leaflet was the newsletter of the Church of England's Woman's Auxiliary to Missions. It was renamed The Letter Leaflet when the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society was formed and ran under that title from Feb. 1893 until December 1922. It was followed by the Living Message, 1923 to May 1986, and then the Anglican Magazine, Jan. 1987-Dec. 1991. Volume numbering was continuous.
Scope and Content
Microfilm consists of :
Reel 1 - Letter Leaflet, 1889-1895 [on Reel 6 of Mf 83-9]