Photograph shows Morris in Masonic regalia including gauntlets, belt, and sash standing next to table with crucifix, book, and skull on top.
Map showing Approximate Position and Entrenchments of the Army of Miss. [along the Chattahoochee and in the vicinities of Marietta and Dallas and Kennesaw and Lost Mountains] Together with the respective positions occupied by Hardee's & Hood's Corps, Army Tenn., From May 25th to the 9th July 1864. Engineers Office, Army of Miss. Walter J. Morris, Captain, actg. Chief Eng'r. Fred. G. Gutherz, Del.
Topographical Map of the Battle Field of Nashville, Tenn., 15th & 16th Dec. 1864. Prepared under the direction of Col. Wm. E. Merrill, 1st U.S.V.V. Engineers, Chief Engineer, Dept. of the Cumberland, By Major James R. Willett, 1st U.S.V.V. Engineers, Chief Inspector R. R. Defences, Dept. of the Cumberland. Surveyed by Chs. Peseux & John H. Willett, 1864-5. Drawn by Chs. Peseux.
Topographical Sketch of the Country Adjacent to the Turnpoke between Nolensville and Chapel Hill, Tenn. Compiled from Original Reconnaissances under the direction of Capt. N. Michler Topographical Engr's., U.S.A., By Major J. E. Weyss, Capt. John Earhart, [and] Lieut. W. Greenwood. n.d.
Kentucky and Tennessee
Maj. Gen. Thomas / A.S. Morse, photographer, Dep't. of the Cumberland, Branch of Hd. Qrs., 25 Cedar Street, Nashville, Tenn.
Photograph shows portrait of Major General George Henry Thomas, known as the "Rock of Chickamauga."