Approval for cost-sharing between the University and the Government of Ontario means that construction can begin.
1905 - 1914
Currelly moves into basement even before the roof is completed and begins to unpack material he has collected in Europe and Egypt.
A Royal Commission on the Future of the University recommends establishing a university museum. Sir Edmund Walker has had a concept in mind for at least 20 years.
Charles Trick Currelly is appointed a collector for the University of Toronto at $500/year salary.