Sidney Morgan Edit Profile
Student George Washington University, 1921. 24; graduated from Army Engineer School, 1924, Command and General Staff College, 1941.
Credit manager, Pennsylvania and Medical Steel Companies 1913-1916. Campaign director, American Red Cross, 1916-1917. Staff member, United States bureau of Efficiency, 1922-1928.
Secretary United States Tariff Commission, 1930-1950 (with absence for military service), United States representative, Sesquicentennial Exposition, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1926-1927. United States representative and military aide, Ibero-American Exposition, Seville, Spain, 1929-1930.
Served as First lieutenant, United States National Army, 1917-1919. Member of the United States Military Intelligence Association (president), United States Reserve Officers’ Association (president, District of Columbia department, 1947-1948. Clubs: Cosmos, Army and Navy (Washington), Federal.
Married Ethel Creager, April.
Companion, Order of Military Merit, 1st class (Czechoslovakia). Awarded Bronze Star, United States Army commendations.