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Colonial Building exterior plan

  • CA PCA Acc2455
  • Collection
  • [1837?]

This single collected item consists of an architectural drawing of the exterior of the proposed Colonial Building to be built in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The plan is comprised of three sheets. The provenance of this plan is unknown although, given the similarity between this plan and the structure of the Colonial Building as it was built, it is likely that the architect was Isaac Smith.

Unknown

Map of P. E. Island lottery ticket

  • CA PCNMPGG Fonds41
  • Collection
  • 1864

This single collected item consists of lottery ticket for a "Map of P. E. Island To be drawn for on the 2nd of Feb. 1864." The ticket is made out to a Mr. Angus Andrew Walker of Grand River, Lot 55. The creator of this item is unknown. The ticket indicates that a Patrick Morrison was the manager of the unidentified company or organization which sponsored the lottery.

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"Railway King" photograph : [ca. 1872]

  • CA PCA Acc2966
  • Collection
  • Photographed 1977

This collection consists of one photograph of a painting of the barque "Railway King", ca. 1872. The artist is unknown. The barque "Railway King" was built in Summerside on 12 December 1871 by James Colledge Pope. The sailing ship had 3 masts and 2 decks. She measured 166 feet long, 34 feet wide, 17 feet deep and weighed 789 tons. Her master was Captain Allan Finlayson of Vernon River. On 14 June 1872, she was turned over to merchant James Malcolm of Liverpool. She went down off Cape Canso, Nova Scotia on 9 December 1872.

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Central Charlottetown photograph fonds

  • CA PCA Acc2996
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1870-1876]

This fonds consists of 3 photographs of the central Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, area. They capture Victoria Row, the market building, St. Dunstan's Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace. All photos are ca. 1870.

Unknown

Motor Mechanics Class - Agricultural and Technical School, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, 1922-1923

  • CA PCA Acc3335
  • Collection
  • 1922-1923

This collection consists of one photograph of an agricultural and technical school class from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, ca. 1922-1923. All class members identified are as follows:

Back Row, L-R: George Derrah, Gordon Smith, A. Metherall, Fred Worth

Second Row, L-R: William Curran, H.V. Behm, Leo MacDougall, C. MacKenzie,
A.J. Cameron, Joseph Handrahan, H. MacDonald, J. Lannigan, O. MacMillan, W. MacEwen, L. MacLellan, A. Spillett

Third Row, L-R: H. Moore, W.J. Reid, Eric Boulden, A.F. Hansuld, Vernon
Crockett, H. Whitlock, H.R. Waugh, S. Campbell, F.T. Morrow

Front Row, L-R: E. Cook, R. Machon, Thomas Waye, Merill Graham, Elmer Lewis, R. Sudsbury, C. Boehner, George Clow (lying in front), A. MacKinnon, Lloyd Butler

Unknown

Joint Degree Team St. Lawrence and Wildey Lodges I.O.O.F.

  • CA PCA Acc4209
  • Collection
  • 1902

This collection consists of one mounted photograph of the members of the St. Lawrence and Wildey Independent Order of Odd Fellows Lodges in 1902. It is composed of separate images of the members rather than one group photograph.

The St. Lawrence and Wildey Lodges were active branches of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows in the Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, area at the turn of the century. Many prominent citizens were members of these Lodges.

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Dave Hawkins, Murray River, feeding foxes photograph

  • CA PCA Acc4316
  • Collection
  • [193-]

This collection consists of one photograph of Dave Hawkins sitting on his lawn in Murray River feeding foxes. Also shown are Hawkins' Tailor Shop and the C. H. Horton store. The photographer is unknown.

Unknown

Cundall home (YWCA)

  • CA PCA Acc4339
  • Collection
  • [ca. 193-]

This collection consists of a photograph taken from the northwest side of the house showing the gardens in front as well as the architectural detail of the house and porches. It was taken in the 1930's when the house operated as a Young Women's Christian Association residence.

In 1875 James Peake Junior, eldest son of James Ellis Peake and senior partner in Peake Bros. & Co. purchased West End House and the northern portion of property owned by J.S. Carvell on the corner of West and Kent Streets in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The house was moved across West St. and in its place James & his wife Edith Constance Alice (Haviland) commissioned "Beaconsfield", named for Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, and designed by William Critchlow Harris in a blend of Italianate and Second Empire styles. A mixture of poor personal finances and involvement in the ill-fated Bank of Prince Edward Island caused the Peakes to lose the house to Henry Cundall, holder of the mortgage, in 1882. The Cundall family lived in the house from the fall of 1883 until July of 1916. It was then renovated by the Cundall Trust as a home for friendless young women but it is uncertain if it was ever used in this capacity. It did operate as a YWCA for some of the period between 1916 and 1936 at which later date it became a nurse's residence. In 1973 it was deeded from the government to the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation. In the 1990s Beaconsfield was redecorated as an example of a Victorian residence and functioned as a museum as well as the headquarters of the Foundation.

Unknown

Early history of Charlottetown schools : [1790-1914]

  • CA PCA Acc4453
  • Fonds
  • post 1914

This fonds consists of a paper which briefly outlines the history and legislation of education on PEI from 1790 to 1914 paying particular attention to the schools in Charlottetown. Page 1 is missing.

Unknown

Charlottetown area general store fonds

  • CA PCA Acc4477
  • Fonds
  • 1843-1851

This fonds consists of an unidentified account book recording transactions for general merchandise which includes such items as bread, sugar, butter, tea, tobacco, molasses, nails, and candles. Transactions list the name of the client, material purchased, and amount paid. Clients include prominent Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, residents.

Unknown

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