The guards had to dust the displays before opening the museums.
1905 - 1914
Approval for cost-sharing between the University and the Government of Ontario means that construction can begin.
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.