Ike Morgan (28 June 1871 – 13 September 1913) was a Chicago newspaper artist of the later nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and a friend and colleague of L. Frank Baum. Morgan provided pictures for Baum's American Fairy Tales (1901), and illustrated The Woggle-Bug Book (1905). By one account, it was Morgan who introduced Baum to Paul Tietjens, the composer who collaborated with Baum on several stage musical projects.
Morgan was born in Grand Tower, Illinois, and grew up in St. Louis, where he attended the St. Louis School of Fine Arts. He began his newspaper career with The St. Louis Republic, and continued with The Chicago Herald-Record and with New York newspapers.
Apart from Baum and Oz, Morgan illustrated other books, works like Tales from Longfellow and several books by Grace Duffie Boylan.