W. Golden Mortimer
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|W. Golden Mortimer|
|Born||William Golden Mortimer|
December 27, 1854
New York City, New York
|Died||March 3, 1933 (age 78) |
W. Golden Mortimer (1854-1933), born in New York City, was the first president of SAM.
He started out as a magician as pupil of Robison, the Fakir. He toured the United States successfully as "Mortimer's Mysteries" before becoming a physician.
- The Sphinx, Vol. 32, No. 1, March 1933, Dr. William Golden Mortimer, page 23
- M-U-M, 46, No. 10, March 1957, The S.A.M. Story, 1. Three Men and an Idea, by Milbourne Christopher, page 448
- M-U-M, 46, No. 11, April 1957, The S.A.M. Story, 2. The Little Back Room, by Milbourne Christopher, page 503
- M-U-M, Vol. 66, No. 12, May 1977, The S.A.M. Story, by Milbourne Christopher, page 19 (reprinted)