Not to be confused with Morrison's Pen Company form New York.
This pen is a dapper one, it writes in a true Japanese EF 14K nib fashion (very thin lines), and it has one of the most interesting looking "inlaid" nib designs I've ever seen.
Here it is:
When uncapped, the nib design makes it look like a person wearing a tuxedo with a very wide (and stiff) collar.
The pen is engraved EW 41 with EW being "EVERWET" as it is engraved on the nib.
The filling system is the typical ink sac with ribbed bar a'la Parker's aeromatic filler.
I welcome any additional info from pen history experts here on Pentrace.