I've downloaded the photos...your toilet appears to be a clone of early Wilcox Crittenden manual toilets of that era. Morgan New Jersey
no longer exists...it's been absorbed by Sayerville NJ. I'm just curious enough about Morgan
to want to learn more about the town and the Miller Maid marine
toilet mfr. I started in the marine
potty biz in the mid-80s and I'd never heard of Miller Maid toilets till now...but as I said, I'm curious...I'll find someone in Sayerville who's been around long enough to know something.
What your photos do tell me with absolute certainty: that toilet is beyond help. You won't find any parts
for it any more--and prob'ly haven't been able to for decades. Sell it to the scrap metal dealer or put it back together, shine it up and plant petunias in it. There are other all bronze "thrones" out there (if that's what you want), some that need work, but are actually salvageable, for a reasonable price
, that parts are still available for. People dump 'em when the find out that a service
kit costs about the same price
as a new Jabsco
toilet--which is kinda like trading avintage Mercedes for a new Yugo 'cuz you can buy the Yugo for the price of a tune for Mercedes. If vintage bronze isn't your thing, there are a number of choices...some of 'em even good choices.
If I find out anything about the Miller Maid toilet company that's likely to be useful, I post it...meanwhile, you're welcome email
me if I can be of any help in creating a good trouble-free system.