The Morrison's (sometimes known as Morrison) Fountain Pen Company was almost unnoticed for many years, really until Richard Binder’s interest and research into things-World War II brought it to life. He has championed the Patriot models, each dedicated to an armed service during World War II, and these are described best at richardspens.com. The earlier pens were all ebonite, often with nice-looking but very thin (1/40) gold plate overlays. Morrison's had a bit of fame with their 1930's Black Beauty, a full-size ebonite pen with a white celluloid ring at the crown; and, the Tourist from the 1930s was a surprisingly nice oversize pen in red and black hard rubber as well as celluloid. Otherwise, most of their history was undistinguished.