Dr. Thomas Paterson Morley read medicine at University College between 1938 and 1941. He later enjoyed a successful career as a neurosurgeon in Toronto.
UC:P18/C/1 was sent to the College in 1979, and UC:P18/C1/2 was given to the archives in November 2005 as Accession No. 638.
UC:P18/C/1 11 Jan 1979
Letter from Thomas Morley, with reminiscences of his undergraduate life at University College, with special reference to the effects of war on College life, including an account of a joke played on the crowds on May Morning 1940, by a group of students from University College (this is transcribed in University College Record Vol. XIV no. 1 , pp. 105–6).
UC:P18/C/2 Oct 2005
Letter from Thomas Morley naming the participants in the May Morning joke as Peter Rawson, Richard Nimmo-Smith, Philip Shubik, Michael Gardner, and himself.