Excerpt- A pipe stummel with a Masonic symbol, a First World War military badge and coal from Victorian furnaces – these are some of the artifacts students found while excavating beneath U of T’s King’s College Circle.
According to documents and photographs contained in U of T Libraries, King’s College Circle has been used by military cadets, funeral processions, university sports teams and convocation celebrations. This archival documentation helped give context to some of the artifacts students hit upon in their dig.
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