GORDON CROWELL ABBOTT

1922 - Resigned 1932

Picturesque Mexico (An informal talk, illustrated), March 24, 1930

NATHAN ABBOTT

1893- Not Known

  KATONAH, NEW YORK

ALONZO ABERNATHY

1877-- Resigned 1878

ARTHUR ABT

1961-

  BONITA SPRINGS, FLORIDA

A Voice of Destiny, March 16, 1964

Book Review, Eleanor and Franklin by Joseph P. Lash, March 27, 1972 (N)

Queen of the Show, March 3, 1975 (N)

Book Review, Aaron Burr by Gore Vidal and Aaron Burr by Palmer and Hecht, December 1, 1975

Book Review, Adlai Stevenson of Illinois by John Bartlow Martin, December 13, 1976

Puff, Puff, Puff, January 8, 1979 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, China Without Mao by Immanuel C.Y. Hsu, January 30, 1984 (N)

Leader, Book Night, November 23, 1987
Offices:
Chair, Officers and Members, 1977-78

WILLIAM KELLY ACKERMAN

1878-Resigned 1895

Early Attempts at Railroad Building in Illinois, December 4, 1882

Notes on Railway Management in the United States, November 10, 1884

Some Things about Railway Managers, November 1, 1886

Lights and Shadows of a Railroad King, January 7, 1889

FRED LYMAN ADAIR

1935-Died 1972

The Evolution of Maternal Care, February 14, 1938

CHARLES ADAMS

1876 - Died 1924

  HONOLULU, HAWAII

The Evolution of the Military Rifle (Illustrated), April 10, 1905

Cuernavaca (Illustrated), April 20, 1908

Dialect Readings, March 27, 1911

The Great Benefactor, May 8, 1911

A Trip in Java (Illustrated), March 17, 1919

CHARLES TRUE ADAMS

1875 - Died 1877

CHARLES TRUE ADAMS

1938 - Died 1942

GEORGE EVERETT ADAMS

1876 - Died 1917

Ideals in Education (Conversation), June 6, 1881

The Rules of the House (Conversation), October 21, 1889

The Evolution of the Sherman Law, April 9, 1894

Washington's Idea of "Uncle Sam," November 18, 1895

Two Weeks in Cuba, January 30, 1899

The Sixteenth Century Englishman and the Twentieth Century American, January 30, 1899

Paper, February 23, 1903

Color in Certain Poets, January 16, 1905 (N)

On Certain Changes in Language, February 3, 1908

Tros Tyriusque, November 3, 1913

JOHN COLEMAN ADAMS

1885 - Died 1923

  HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT

The Reaction from Realism, November 7, 1887

The Historic Place of Abraham Lincoln, April 22, 1889

Certain Intellectual Relations of Art, June 10, 1889
Offices:
Corresponding Secretary: 1889-90

JOSEPH ADAMS

1876 - Died 1943

RICHARD J. ADAMS

1988 - Resigned 1989

SAMUEL ADAMS

1921 - Resigned 1926

SIDNEY ADLER

1918 - Resigned 1925

Looking at Caesar, January 27, 1919

YOLANDA TORRISI ADLER

2006 – Resigned 2016

Accidental Pioneers, March 31, 2008

Organization (Short Paper Night), May 3, 2010 (N)

Visitors, February 28, 2011 (N)

Offices:

Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 2009-10

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AFFLECK

1926 - Resigned 1929

VICTOR CLIFTON ALDERSON

1901 - Died 1946

  LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA

Technical Education: an Economic Necessity, October 20, 1902

OWEN FRANKLIN ALDIS

1876 - Died 1925

  PARIS, FRANCE

Louis Napoleon, June 17, 1878

A Letter to Jefferson Davis, June 5, 1882

State Rights --- North and South, June 4, 1883

A Day in Maya Land, May 23, 1892

CHARLES HENRY ALDRICH

1894 - Resigned 1911

STANLEY NANCE ALLAN

1998 – Died 2014

King Henry III - - Westminster Abbey, December 13, 1999 (N)

At the Beginning, October 22, 2001 (N)
Building the Pentagon, November 25, 2002 (N)
1997***Chong Qing***2009, December 6, 2004 (N)
China*Today (Presidential Address), October 10, 2005(N)
Offices:
Chair, Publications, 2001-02
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 2003-04, 2004-05
President, 2005-06
Chair, Officers and Members, 2006-07

CHARLES LINNAEUS ALLEN

1887 - Resigned 1899

RUDOLPH ALTROCCHI

1921 - Died 1953

*Gabriele D'Annunzio: Poet of Beauty and Decadence, November 6, 1922

(Re-read before the Club by Francis A. Lackner, Jr., March 18, 1996) (N)

Roberto Bracco, and the Drama of the Subconscious, February 25, 1924

Aspects of Humor, October 19, 1925

When Dante Came to New York, April 8, 1946

LUIS AMADOR

1980 - Resigned 1992

  LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

JOHN WARD AMBERG

1900 - Died 1936

A Potpourri of Travel with Stereopticon Illustration, December 1, 1902

A Glimpse of Our Northern Iron Ranges, April 22, 1912
Offices:
Corresponding Secretary, 1912-13

EDWARD SCRIBNER AMES (photograph)

1915 - Died 1958

Arthur Schopenhauer, October 25, 1915

The Psychology of Religion, January 15, 1918

Modern Tendencies in Religion, January 26, 1920

The Books of the Year (Symposium), May 1, 1922

Behaviorism, February 18, 1924

Values, May 18, 1925

One Day in Athens, December 13, 1926

*Humanism, December 1, 1930 (C) (N) (W)

A Critical Constructive View of Religion --- A Spiritual Autobiography, December 3, 1934

God, January 21, 1946

SAMUEL L. ANDELMAN

1963 - Resigned 1970

ARVID LAWRENCE ANDERSON

1936 - Died 1969

The Side Show, December 5, 1938

Murder Suspect, October 14, 1940

Up Periscope, April 3, 1944

We Rode the Tops, April 29, 1946

Amateurs, February 9, 1948

Critics, April 24, 1950

The Poor Whites, January 5, 1953

GALUSHA ANDERSON

1878 - Died 1918

  NEWTONVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS.

The Data of Ethics (Conversation), February 9, 1880

Chrysostom the Preacher, October 23, 1893

Passages from Rev. Timothy Titmouth's Story of a Country Neighborhood, May 13, 1895

Psalm Singing, May 15, 1899

How Missouri Was Kept in the Union, May 15, 1899

Reminiscences of a Border City in the Civil War, April 7, 1902

NORMAN KELLOGG ANDERSON

1903 - Resigned 1909

The Ice Age in Wisconsin, February 19, 1906

SAMUEL WORCESTER ANDREW

1875 - Resigned 1911

  BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

CLEMENT WALKER ANDREWS

1895 - Died 1930

Some Details of Library Administration, December 20, 1897

The Means of Making Printed Matter Available, May 28, 1900

Books as Merchandise, February 6, 1905 (N)

Recent Progress in Chemistry, December 4, 1905

A Footnote to History in 3-Point, April 3, 1911

An Uncritical Sketch of an Adventurous Life - - that of Commodore Joshua Barney, U.S.N., April 12, 1915

Inaugural Address as President, October 8, 1917

The Economics of Library Architecture, April 19, 1920

An Adventurous Life, March 17, 1924
Offices:
Chair, Officers and Members, 1903-04, 1915-16
Chair, Publications, 1902-03, 1912-13, 1913-14
President, 1917-18

EDMUND ANDREWS

1874 - Resigned 1897

The Mound Builders (Conversation), March 10, 1879

The Ancient American Elephants, November 15, 1886

Incidents of Travel, October 19, 1896

EDMUND ANDREWS 2ND

1925 - Resigned 1937

Vikings of the Pacific, January 6, 1936

EDWARD WYLLYS ANDREWS

1888 - Resigned 1895

The Sword of Fire, November 4, 1889

EMORY COBB ANDREWS

1927 - Died 1932

FRANK TAYLOR ANDREWS

1891 - Resigned 1907

FREDERICK BERNARD ANDREWS

1928 - Died 1971

A Hoosier Sunset, April 17, 1933 (N)

Sandwiches and Kings, April 20, 1936

In Defense of Worrying, December 12, 1938
Offices:
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1940-41, 1941-42, 1942-43, 1943-44, 1944-45, 1945-46

JAMES H. ANDREWS

1997 –

House Without Windows, March 19, 2007(N)
God tempers the wind to the shorn lamb’, February 2, 2009(N)
Who Knew?! (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly), March 5, 2010(N)
*Three Bears, February 7, 2011(N)
“A republic, if you can keep it,” March 18, 2013(N)
First In War, Then In Peace: Eisenhower and de Gaulle, November 23, 2015

Changing Places: Out of Place and Out of Egypt (Closing Meeting at the Union League Club), May 22, 2017
Offices:
Chair, Rooms and Events, 2011-12, 2012-13
President, 2013-2014
Chair, Officers and Members, 2014-15

JOHN WALLINGFORD ANDREWS

1874 - Died 1880

PAUL McCLELLAND ANGLE

1946 - Died 1975

The Pleasures of History (Ladies' Night Address), January 26, 1948

The Herrin Massacre, February 6, 1950

My Friends the Historians, December 15, 1952

Soc. Historic. Chicago, 1856 - 1956, January 9, 1956

The American People: Their History as They Wrote It, January 6, 1958 (N)

Tragic Years, 1861 - 1865, October 10, 1960

Book Review (Book Night on the Civil War), November 27, 1961 (N)

In the Service of Clio (Ladies' Night Address), May 20, 1963 (N)
Offices:
Corresponding Secretary, 1949-50
Chair, Publications, 1957-58, 1958-59

SAMUEL APPLETON

1876 - Resigned 1883

Edited and read an "Informal," October 15, 1877

Edited and read an "Informal," December 20, 1880

NATHANIEL S. APTER (biography)

1961 – Died 2003

  HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Spirit in a Box, October 29, 1962 (N)

The Secret Sits, November 15, 1965 (N)

Barding It Up, January 30, 1967 (N)

The Words of My Mouth, April 13, 1970 (N)

Book Review, Notebook by Robert Lowell, March 29, 1971 (N)

Innocense Can Never Perish, April 2, 1973 (N)

Innocense Can Never Perish, II Physician, March 25, 1974 (N)

Innocense Can Never Perish, III Love (R) (Presidential Address), October 7, 1974 (N)

Spots of Time, May 16, 1977

Book Review, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks by T.E. Apter, December 17, 1979 (N)

Actes Gratuities (Ladies' Night Address), May 24, 1982 (N)
Offices:
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1964-65
Chair, Officers and Members, 1969-70
President, 1974-75

JAMES G. ARCHER

2006 – Resigned 2008

GEORGE ALLISON ARMOUR

1880 - Died 1936

  PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY

TREVOR ARNETT

1917 - Resigned 1919

FRANCIS MARION ARNOLD

1917 - Died 1935

The Relation of Music to Literature, November 25, 1918

Musical Selections, October 27, 1919

New Freedom in the Construction of Music, November 24, 1919

Some Modern Nature Music (with piano illustrations), February 21, 1921

A Month on the Nile, March 9, 1925

Appreciation of Music, February 8, 1926

Our Greatest Composer (with illustrations-piano and voice), November 28, 1927

Some Relations of Music to Life (illustrated with the piano), March 10, 1930

ISAAC NEWTON ARNOLD

1874 - Died 1884

James Fennimore Cooper, December 20, 1875 (C)

Personal Reminiscences of Scotland and Anecdotes of Scott, June 2, 1879

Reminiscences of Congress During the Rebellion, March 21, 1881

ALAN VASEY ARRAGON

1919 - Resigned 1949

  PARIS, FRANCE

NARVEEN ARYAPUTRI

2011 – Resigned 2016

Life on the Mississippi: The New Millennium, Dec. 5, 2011 (N)
Epic: Culture and Misogyny, February 9, 2015

EDWARD GOWAN ASAY

1874 - Resigned 1885

The Bibliophile, May 7, 1877

EDWARD CHARLES AUSTIN

1939 - Resigned 1941

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AYER

1874 - Died 1903

The Lake-Front Question, May 28, 1888 (C)

EDWARD EVERETT AYER

1888 - Resigned 1893

The American Indian upon the Discovery of America: How He Treated the White Man and How the White Man Treated Him, December 21, 1891