The association between quasars and galaxies of different morphological type is examined by applying the cross-correlation function techniques used by Seldner and Pebbles (1979) to a complete catalogue of galaxies. The two-point cross-correlation function technique is first presented and used to analyze all types of galaxies in the Uppsala catalogue. Galaxies are then divided into three broad classifications - sprial, lenticular, and elliptical - and the statistical significance of associations with quasars for these morphological types is examined. The study convincingly indicates a high statistical significance for the sample, with on the average 0.153 + or -0.011 more galaxies within 10.0 arcmin of a quasar than would be expected if the quasars were randomly located. No significant differences are found among the three morphological types of galaxies studied.