Everett Morgan

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Everett Morgan
BornEverett Weston Morgan
Cambridge, Massachusetts
DiedSeptember 1, 1946
Santa Monica, California

"Doc" Everett Morgan (?-1946) served as International Second Vice-President of the International Brotherhood of Magicians and a member of SAM Assembly No 22 in Hollywood, Los Magicos, and a long tenure as a member of the Board of Governors of the Pacific Coast Association of Magicians.[1][2]


A pianist and practicing magician, performing at many clubs and organizations and his talents as a Master of Ceremonies were often called upon.[3]

In business, he practiced as a metaphysician and was prominent in civic affairs. In World War I he was sent to Europe to administer food relief. He was also chairman of the city commission that brought the Douglas Aircraft to Santa Monica.

His wife, Marie, was a president of the Parent Assembly Magigals[4]


  1. Obit, Genii 1946 October
  2. Conjurors' Magazine, October 1946
  3. Everett Weston Morgan Dies By Ernest E. Lonsdale, Linking Ring, Vol. 26, no. 8, October 1946.
  4. Obit, Tops, October 1964

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