Two titles supplied by Morrison for her photographs suggest the entertaining of visitors or other special occasions. Using stereotypical language, Masters Got Company implies that some of the women and children in the image are guests and that this gathering is a special occasion. Why Morrison chose this title or why two women and four young children are sitting outside amidst a grove of trees remains unknown. In The Breadman – United States of America a white delivery man with a basket of goods kneels among a group of African American women and children. The easy familiarity evident in the scene suggests that the customers knew the “Breadman” and expected to welcome him at a regular time and place.