(1875 - 1948)
Wallace Morgan studied at the National Academy of Design. He worked at the New York Herald, then opened his own studio. He was an artist for the United States Army during World War I.
Money for Nothing (1928)
John Carroll is in love with Pat Wyvern, but his uncle and her father are at loggerheads. Another nephew, Hugh Carmody needs money and enlists a gang of crooks to steal the heirlooms, but all comes right in the end.