Many of these photographs were grouped together in plastic photo sheets, suitable for a three-ring binder. Others were collected in envelopes. In scanning them, we have tried to preserve the printed photographs’ spatial and thematic groupings, but some adjustments to the photographs’ order and layout have been made for clarity.
All primary sources are published with the permission of the St. Monica Archives (SMA).
For convenience, to shorten the headings of these primary sources, “Ss. Peter and Paul” is abbreviated as SPP.
SPP Maple Street Church Photo (No Date, Circa Early 1900s)SPP-Church-Photo-1900s–nd
SPP 1918–20 Photograph CollageSPP-Photo-Collage-1918–20_compressed
SPP 1920s School Photograph Collage
This collection includes numerous photographs of school patriotic assemblies.SPP-School-Photo-Collage-1920s_compressed
Photocopy of SPP Main Street Church Photograph, Mounted on Construction Paper (No Date)SPP-Old-Church-Picture-Photocopy-Mounted-on-Construction-Paper-No-Date
Laminated Copy of SPP Church Photograph (No Date — 1960s?)SPP-Church-Photo-Copy-Laminated-No-Date-1960s
SPP 1960s Photograph CollageSPP-Collage-1960s_compressed
SPP 1980s Photograph CollageSPP-1980s-Collage-300-dpi
Willard and John Dengler, Photographs of SPP Church (1986)SPP-Willard-and-John-Dengler-Church-Photos-1986
Sample Prints of Assorted SPP Church Photos (1987)SPP-Assorted-Church-Sample-Photos-1987
SPP Assorted Pictures, including a portrait of parishioner Dorothy Frederick (1990s)SPP-Assorted-Pictures-1990s_compressed
SPP Assorted Images, 1990s–2004SPP-Assorted-Images-1990s–2004
SPP Assorted Images, 2001, 2003–04
This collection includes photographs of a church clothing drive, the parish soup kitchen, and numerous parish events.SPP-Assorted-Images-2001-2003–04