JAMES CHRISTOPHER CAHILL

1923 - Resigned 1939

Poetry of the Commonplace and in the Commonplace, December 22, 1924

WALTER JOHN CAHILL

1920 - Resigned 1924

BERTRAM J. CAHN

1937 - Resigned 1950

The Story of the Chicago Crime Commission, December 2, 1940

WILLIAM JAMES CALHOUN

1906 - Died 1916

In Venezuela, April 1, 1907

The Development of Our National Life, April 13, 1908

China in Transition, March 30, 1914

The European War, October 19, 1914

The Monroe Doctrine, April 3, 1916

JOHN McRAE CAMERON

1923 - Died 1939

The Lowly Pun, January 5, 1925

The Novels of Major Baring, January 18, 1929

Madame de Sevigne, February 29, 1932

An Ancient Wonder Worker (Presidential Address), October 2, 1933

A Modern Aspasia, November 18, 1935

The Fourth Century, January 10, 1938
Offices:           
Chair, Officers and Members, 1931-32
President, 1933-34
Chair, Publications, 1938-39

GEORGE COOK CAMPBELL

1874 - Died 1885

HERBERT JOHN CAMPBELL

1915 - Died 1959

George Moore, December 10, 1917

Mind-forged Manacles, May 12, 1924

The Bondage of the Past, April 18, 1927

Literary Gossip, March 15, 1937
Offices:
Chair, Publications, 1916-17
Chair, Officers and Members, 1922-23

RUSSELL W. CAMPBELL

2012 – Resigned 2015

STUART W. CAMPBELL

2008 –

ANDREW JACKSON CANFIELD

1893 - Died 1908

  BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

DOUGLAS R. CANNON

2010 -
Nazis on the Northshore: The Murder Rampage, July 3-5, 1998, December 6, 2010 (N)
The Call to Peter, October 31, 2011 (N)
Absolution (Short Play Night), November 11, 2013 (N)

PAUL ROBERTS CANNON

1935 - Resigned 1982

Covered Wagons, April 18, 1938

War, Famine and Pestilence, November 16, 1942

Uncles, March 28, 1949

Mixed Humours, February 16, 1953

Changing the Face of the World, March 12, 1956 (N)

The Worlds We Live In (Ladies' Night Address), March 16, 1959 (N)

Problems in Relation to Chemical Additives in Foods, November 21, 1960 (N)

The Second Battle of Gettysburg, February 11, 1963 (N)
Offices:
Chair, Officers and Members, 1943-44, 1955-56

CHARLES GUY CARLETON

1883 - Died 1887

ANTON JULIUS CARLSON

1928 - Died 1956

Hunger (Illustrated), January 13, 1930

Thirst, January 11, 1932

Black Oxen and Toggenberg Goats (Ladies' Night Address), March 29, 1937

Bringing Home the Sheep, February 20, 1939

How Bad Is Our American Diet? November 30, 1942

Science as a Method of Education, November 17, 1947

Ignorance and Quackery in Medicine: Forty Years' Experience in Our Federal Courts, October 27, 1952

Science Versus Life, February 14, 1955 (N)

FREDERICK G. E. CARLSON

1951 - Died 1976

  PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS

JOHN W. CARLSON

1995 -

Gone Fishing, February 23, 1998 (N)

A Couple of Old Landmarks, November 22, 1999 (N)
Pas’ Faux (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago – “Watch Your Tongue”), March 4, 2011

WILLIAM NEWNHAM CHATTIN CARLTON

1909 - Resigned 1915

*The Icelandic Sagas: Their Origin and Character, December 12, 1910 (C) (N) (W)

The Decline and Fall of Literary Ambition in The Chicago Literary Club (After-dinner address), October 2, 1911

Books in Manuscript in the Middle Ages, May 15, 1913

Norwegian Literature, 1814 - 1914, May 18, 1914
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1911-12

GEORGE NOBLE CARMAN

1895 - Died 1941

Problems in Secondary Education, April 3, 1899

Technological Education, Public and Private, April 3, 1905

Industrial Education, May 6, 1907

The Industrial Republic, October 19, 1908

Democracy and Education, October 23, 1916
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1912-13

FRANK A. CARONE

1968 - Resigned 1988

Youth Would-Youth Could, October 18, 1971 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, Russia: The People and the Power by Robert G. Kaiser, March 15, 1976

Homestead Renaissance, October 16, 1978 (N)

Wanderjahr, October 19, 1981

(Una Zita Migliore), February 25, 1985

FREDERICK IVES CARPENTER

1899 - Resigned 1909

John Donne, May 6, 1901

More Dialogues of the Dead, January 26, 1903
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1903-04

JAMES GRAY CARR

1922 - Died 1954

Eleven Editions of Osler, December 4, 1933

Rudolf Virchow, April 5, 1937

LEON A. CARROW

1993 – Died 2013

Premature Exhilaration, October 17, 1994 (N)

Twilight Musings, April 15, 1996 (N)

*The Greatest Gamble (Leader, Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago --  Heroes”), March 7, 1997 (C)(N)

Sell It or Smell It, November 9, 1998 (N)

Road Toward Maturation (Closing Meeting Address), May 15, 2000 (N)

The Tip of the Boot, April 1, 2002 (N)
Work Hard, Play Hard (Presidential Address), October 13, 2003 (N)
Tucks, February 19, 2007
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1996-97
Chair, Publications, 2002-03
President, 2003-04
Chair, Officers and Members, 2004-05

HOWARD A. CARTER

1952 - Died 1969

The Fiery Bath, December 13, 1954 (N)

Village Scenes, February 4, 1957 (N)

Spiraculum Vitae, November 10, 1958 (N)

Prosaism Written in a Country Junk Yard, October 14, 1963 (N)

Leader, Book Night (three papers), November 29, 1965 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1962-63
Corresponding Secretary, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1965-66, 1966-67

JOHN C. CARTER

1962 - Resigned 1969

LESLIE CARTER

1879 - Resigned 1893

LAURENCE ARTHUR CARTON

1909 - Resigned 1923

The River Platte, October 15, 1917

ROBERT W. CARTON

1983 – Died 2016

A Visit to Hardin County, October 22, 1984 (N)

A Frenchman in Holland, January 20, 1986 (N)

Weimar, March 23, 1987 (N)

Over the River and Through the Woods, December 12, 1988

The River Platte, II, January 7, 1991 (N)

Great Uncle of the Samba, March 29, 1993 (N)

The Prairie Navy (Presidential Address, presented at the Closing Meeting), May 15, 1995 (N)

The View from Lausanne, October 28, 1996 (N)

Something to Beef About (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago), March 6, 1998 (N)

The Real Mr. Brigge, October 12, 1998 (N)

Leadership, October 16, 2000

            Re-read before the Club by Francis A. Lackner, Jr., April 10, 2017

*A Good-Hearted Man, January 14, 2002 (C)(N)
Up from Steventon (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago – “Excellence in the Mundane”), March 7, 2003 (N)
On the Road to LeRoy, April 18, 2005(N)
What Time Was It?  May 14, 2007(N)
A Voice from the South, January 5, 2009(N)
Innocents in the Garden of Beasts, October 29, 2012(N)
Offices:           
Chair, Officers and Members, 1987-88
President, 1994-95
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1999-2000

WILLIAM WARREN CASE

1889 - Resigned 1908

The Divining Rod: A Study of Opinions, February 23, 1891

Aeononi, April 11, 1892

The Modern Newspaper, December 9, 1895

The Ethics of Patriotism, May 7, 1900 (N)

Atoms, December 22, 1902

Helen of Troy, October 16, 1905 (N)
Offices:
Chair, Officers and Members, 1904-05

GEORGE WILLIS CASS

1891 - Resigned 1901

The Island of Mackinac, December 5, 1898

GEORGE FREDERICK CASSELL

1925 - Died 1958

Of Such as These, October 26, 1931

We Read Poetry, February 25, 1935

Excursion Into Verse, November 20, 1939

*Clive Staples Lewis, November 28, 1949 (C) (N)

But Good of the Living Too (Presidential Address), October 8, 1951

Inter Alia (Ladies' Night Address), March 19, 1956 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1950-51
President, 1951-52
Chair, Publications, 1953-54

EDWIN HENRY CASSELS

1909 - Resigned 1934

The Skokie in October, February 26, 1912

Robert Burns, Democrat, February 18, 1918

College for Whom and Why? March 28, 1927

HUBERT R. CATCHPOLE (biography)

1976 - Died 2006

By the Fragrant Winds That Blow, January 9, 1978 (N)

(Re-read before the Club by the author, April 20, 1992)

Mustaha Kemal Pasha, February 28, 1983 (N)

That Number Two Man from Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 15, 1984 (N)

Participant, Book Night, January 27, 1986 (N)

Iznik, October 19, 1987 (N)

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, October 30, 1989

When to the Sessions, March 2, 1992 (N)

Just One of Those Years, February 1, 1999 (N)

A History of the Decline and Fall of the British Empire, December 10, 2001 (N)

ROBERT CARL SCOTT CATHERWOOD

1900 - Resigned 1908

The Great Company of Jesus, March 9, 1903 (N)

JOSEPH CHADA

1939 - Resigned 1949

The Czechs in America, January 19, 1942

CHRISTOPHER J. CHAMALES (Biography)

1980 - Resigned 1989

The Dreamer, March 2, 1987

LEANDER TROWBRIDGE CHAMBERLAIN

1874 - Died 1913

  NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Physical Pain: Its Nature and the Law of Its Distribution, May 18, 1874
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1876-77

HENRY BARRETT CHAMBERLIN

1935 - Died 1941

Reminiscences of a War Correspondent, November 9, 1936

Further Reminiscences of a War Correspondent, December 11, 1939

JAMES FRANCIS CHAMBLISS, JR.

1989 - Resigned 1993

BUCKINGHAM CHANDLER

1915 - Resigned 1917

FREEMONT AUGUSTUS CHANDLER

1927 - Resigned 1937

HENRY PORTER CHANDLER

1917 - Died 1975

  BETHESDA, MARYLAND

Open Diplomacy, November 18, 1918 (N)

Presidential Government, February 28, 1921 (N)

Beauty and the Law, March 27, 1922

The Self-Revelation of a Harvard Professor, May 11, 1925 (N)

The Attainment of Intelligence in Democracy, March 25, 1929 (N)

The State as Parens Patriae, January 4, 1932 (N)

The Right of Free Speech in England and the United States, December 13, 1937 (N)

Working on the Side of the Angels in Chicago, March 31, 1969 (N)
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1925-26

THEODORE S. CHAPMAN

1933 - Resigned 1941

WILLIAM HENRY CHAPPELL

1882 - Resigned 1886

THOMAS SEPTIMUS CHARD

1874 - Resigned 1893

Edited and read an "Informal," January 22, 1877

Edited and read an "Informal," November 18, 1878

Our Social Relations with the Unfortunate, February 7, 1881

CHARLES MEIGS CHARNLEY

1881 - Resigned 1884

JAMES CHARNLEY

1881 - Resigned 1895

CHARLES WELLS CHASE

1900 - Resigned 1903

HOBART CHATFIELD-TAYLOR

1892 - Resigned 1897

If at First You Don't Succeed (Story), April 29, 1895

The King's Justice, November 15, 1897

DONALD CHATHAM

2005 -
The Littles, October 22, 2007(N)
Table Manners, March 2, 2009(N)
*Cold Beet Soup, January 24, 2011(N)

Curmudgeon, Heal Thyself (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago – “Moving On”), March 2, 2012 (N)

Poetics(Poetry Night), November 26, 2012(N)
Offices:
Chair, Committee on Publications, 2010-11, 2011-12

WILLIAM LUDLOW CHENERY

1915 - Died 1974

  BIG SUR, CALIFORNIA

The Industrial Relations Commission, February 7, 1916

The Woman Movement, December 11, 1916

Post Bellum Reconstruction, May 13, 1918

The Modern Magazine, February 19, 1930

CHARLES EDWARD CHENEY

1880 - Died 1916

Priest and Soldier, June 2, 1884

The Best Fruit of the New South, February 20, 1888

Rienzi in History and in Fiction, February 22, 1892

A Curious Episode of Medieval History, February 5, 1894

*A King of France Unnamed in History, March 3, 1902 (C) (N) (W)  with Appendix I and Appendix II

*The Second Norman Conquest of England, March 12, 1906 (C) (N) (W)

A Question of Disputed Authorship (Presidential Address), October 5, 1908

*The Barefoot Maid at the Fountain Inn, November 13, 1911

(Re-read before the Club by Ernst W. Puttkammer, May 12, 1941, and by David W. Maher, May 8, 1961) (N)

*A Belated Plantagenet, February 3, 1913 (N)
Offices:
 
Corresponding Secretary,  1885-86
President,  1908-09

SHELDON CHERTOW

1992 – Resigned 2004

Krebiozen, February 16, 1998 (N)

FRANK SPOONER CHURCHILL

1895 - Resigned 1902

Some Aspects of Heredity, February 1, 1897

IVAN CIRIC

2011 -
The Will to Live, February 20, 2012 (N)
Reminiscences, October 14, 2013 (N)

The Young Hickory, October 16, 2017

MAUREEN ANN CLANCY

2005 –

  ALEXANDRIA, VA

CLEMENT LONG CLAPP

1910 - Resigned 1918

Scientific Methods in Business, April 1, 1912

HARRY LINCOLN CLAPP

1932 - Died 1935

ALEXANDER BEATTIE CLARK

1919 - Not Known

CLARENCE P. CLARK

1937 - Resigned 1940

JACOB WENDELL CLARK

1924 - Resigned 1935

Pragmatism and Mountebanks, May 10, 1926

*Fashion, May 20, 1929 (C) (N)

The U.S. Visits the Doctor, March 27, 1933

JOHN MARSHALL CLARK

1877 - Resigned 1894
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1888-89

ELIOT CHANNING CLARKE

1874 - Died 1921

  BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

FREDERICK WILCOX CLARKE

1879 - Died 1918

  BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

Labor Organizations, and Their Relations to Government (Conversation), October 19, 1885

A Confab on Climbing (in co-operation with Clarence Augustus Burley), November 24, 1890

A Cup of Tea from Boston Harbor, May 19, 1902 (N)

GEORGE CLINTON CLARKE

1875 - Died 1887

The Machine in Politics (Conversation), May 10, 1880
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1880-81

KENNETH CLARKE

2002 – Resigned 2005
Hands-on Poetry (with Amanda Lichtenstein), November 11, 2002
Leader, Poetry Night; “My Friend and His Wife”, February 21, 2005 (N)

ROBERT E. CLARKE

1971 - Resigned 1976

WILLIAM HULL CLARKE

1874 - Died 1878

Recollections of Some Literary Women Who Have Visited Chicago, April 29, 1878

RUDOLPH ALEXANDER CLEMEN

1928 - Died 1971

  PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY

Every Man His Own Aladdin, May 18, 1931

The Century Plant and Us, February 20, 1933

HORACE WILLIAM SHALER CLEVELAND

1874 - Resigned 1878

The Artistic Decoration and Improvement of Our Streets, November 16, 1874

Literary Culture in a Business Community, June 4, 1877

JOHN WILLS CLOUD

1895 - Resigned 1897

HENRY IVES COBB

1891 - Resigned 1894

ISAAC COHEN

1999 – Resigned 2004

Living Well, a Voyage without Borders, April 8, 2002 (N)
The False Promise of Emancipation, January 5, 2004 (N)

JOHN ADAMS COLE

1895 - Resigned 1917

A Civic Hero, May 15, 1905 (N)

The English in India, April 25, 1910

ROSSETTER GLEASON COLE

1903 - Resigned 1910

Musical Inspirations from Longfellow, December 19, 1904 (N)

The Melodrama as a Modern Music Form, February 4, 1907 and April 1, 1907

ALGERNON COLEMAN

1917 - Resigned 1919

Gustave Flaubert as a Letter Writer, May 12, 1919

ROBERT COLLYER (Biography) (Photograph) (In Memoriam)

1874 - Died 1912

  NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Literature and Great Cities, June 15, 1874 (N)

(Re-read by Casper W. Ooms on the sixtieth anniversary of the Club, April 2, 1934)

The Compliments of the Season, December 18, 1876

An Episode in the Life of Edward Fairfax, April 1, 1879

Friend Jacob Bright and His Son John, April 14, 1890

Informal Address, April 27, 1896

Informal Address, November 1, 1897

The Early Days of the Club, April 30, 1900

Memories of Early Days and Early Members of the Club, October 9, 1905
Offices: 
President, 1874-75

EDWARD L. COMPERE

1955 - Resigned 1974

Nippon Ne, November 25, 1957 (N)

India Reborn, April 10, 1961 (N)

The Anatomy of Pain, April 15, 1968 (N)

ROBERT WARREN CONANT

1891 - Resigned 1893

DENNIS CONNAUGHTON

2015-

Who Belled the Cat? February 15, 2016

BEVERLY ANN CONROY

2007 -
Book Review, Empire of the Summer Moon by S.C. Gwynne, April 23, 2012 (N)

PETER V. CONROY, JR

2003-
Name That Team!, October 18, 2004 (N)
The
Sports Lexicon, February 5, 2007 (N)
The French Student’s May Clash, February 25, 2008
(N)
Lost in Translation, January 19, 2009 (N)
St. Bartholomew, January 26, 2010(N)
French B(ay) D(ay), October 11, 2010 (N)
Yes, You Do Speak Latin!, December 12, 2011
(N)
Golf Lessons, January 21, 2013 (N)
Joan of Arc: Saint? November 3, 2014 (N)

The Battle of Hernani, December 11, 2017

TERESA CONWAY

1995 – Died 2013

When Small Was Better, February 19, 1996 (N)

Portrait, November 23, 1998 (N)

Beside the River, April 16, 2001 (N)
How Many Ponds? April 7, 2003 (N)
Offices:
 
Corresponding Secretary, 1997-98, 1998-99
Recording Secretary, 1999-2000, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08

JOHN A. COOK

1987 – Died 2008

Beginnings, January 25, 1988 (N)

A Man for Our Season, January 15, 1990 (N)

Washington -- Man or Legend, January 27, 1992 (N)

A Writer and Public Man-RBS, November 8, 1993

Our Other Country, November 27, 1995 (N)

Electors and the Electorate ----- Where Now? November 4, 1996 (N)

The Union League, January 12, 1998 (N)
The Epic, February 10, 2003 (N)
Exodus, March 20, 2006
Offices:
 
Chair, Publications, 1992-93
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1994-95, 1995-96, 1996-97

WELLS MORRISON COOK

1918 - Died 1930

The Morals Court ----- Its Tragedies and Comedies, October 20, 1919

ROBERT ALLAN COOKE

1983 - Resigned 1993

The Businessman as Good Samaritan, November 19, 1984

Conflicting Models of Rights: The Case of Technical Obsolescence, December 1, 1986 (N)

What Is a Person Worth? January 18, 1988 (N)

WILLIAM FINLEY COOLBAUGH

1874 – 1876
Offices: 
Treasurer, 1874

EDWIN GILBERT COOLEY

1901 - Resigned 1907; 1919 - Died 1923

The Public Schools, February 1, 1904

Public School Education and Morals, April 3, 1905

"Breathes There the Man . . . . ?" April 2, 1923

STOUGHTON COOLEY

1903 - Resigned 1907

Twixt the Devil and the Deep Sea, November 7, 1904

FREDERICK SHURTLEFF COOLIDGE

1894 - Resigned 1896

The Value of Mental Impressions in the Treatment of Disease, November 20, 1896

WILLIAM J. COONEY

1984 - Resigned 1988

AVERY COONLEY

1899 - Resigned 1916

Seen and Heard in England, February 3, 1902

Experiences in the Jury Room, December 7, 1903

Past History and Present Problems, April 29, 1907

Miss Addams' Book and the Social Settlement, May 16, 1910 (N)

The Capital I in New Surroundings, January 29, 1912

The Subjugation of Emma Town, March 4, 1912

GILBERT COOPER

1954 - Resigned 1957

HOMER HUNT COOPER

1926 - Died 1939

An Obsolete Shield of Guilt, February 20, 1928

An Unwritten Biography, October 28, 1935

HENRY FREDERICK COPE

1907 - Died 1923

William Humfrey, Craftsman, 1568, or the Magic Dinner Bell, March 6, 1908 (N)

Some Tendencies and Ideals in Education, with Especial Reference to Elementary Education, January 25, 1909

The House with the Green Dog (Story), February 19, 1912

Unexplored London, January 19, 1914

The Education of Anab, February 2, 1914

Cockney Characteristics, January 10, 1916

Poems, February 5, 1917

English as She Is Taught, April 1, 1918

Modern Tendencies in Religion, January 26, 1920

Trapper Creek, November 15, 1920

More Tales of Trapper Creek, February 6, 1922
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1918-19

FREDERICK KENT COPELAND

1901 - Resigned 1905

HOMER JOHN COPPOCK

1944 - Resigned 1949

Blueprints for Bluecoats, March 11, 1946

HENRY RICHMOND CORBETT

1924 - Resigned 1939

County Sovereignty, November 9, 1931

Osler Must Pay, March 20, 1933

DAVID TIMOTHY CORBIN

1885 - Resigned 1895

Reconstruction Reconstructed, February 14, 1887

JOHN MURRY CORSE

1875 - Resigned 1876

BRUNO CORTIS

1988 - Resigned 1992

Spirituality and Medicine, November 26, 1990

PIA FRANCESCA CORTIS

1995 – Resigned 2007

The Art of the Arts, January 23, 1995

Vibrations of Light, March 25, 1996

Nearby Faraway, April 24, 2000(N)

LOUIS G. COSENTINE

1991 –

  DAVIDSON, NORTH CAROLINA

ROBERT COTNER

1996 – Resigned 1998

By Lamplight (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), April 21, 1997 (N)

Vernon Lewis Parrington: Main Currents in One Man's Life, November 3, 1997 (N)

WILLIAM T. COUCH

1950 - Resigned 1951

Book Review, Process and Reality by Whitehead, March 20, 1950 (N)

JOHN MERLE COULTER

1895 - Resigned 1897

An Eccentric Naturalist (Rafinesque), November 23, 1896

FREDERICK COURTNEY

1880 - Died 1918

  NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Symbolism, January 16, 1882

FRANK M. COVEY, JR.

1998 – Resigned 2004

The Roman Autumn of Il Professori, May 7, 2001 (N)
Stairway to Heaven – French Gothic Stained Glass, April 19, 2004 (N)

JACK P. COWEN

1959 - Died 1989

  SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA

Eye Cue, November 2, 1959 (N)

Roman Coins Record History, December 12, 1966 (N)

The Falashas of Ethiopia: Ancient Jews in African Exile, October 20, 1969 (N)

Afghanistan Adventure, November 13, 1972 (N)

The Stone Moai of Easter Island, March 12, 1979 (N)

The Rite of Bar Mitzvah, April 26, 1982
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1979-80

MAX HENRY COWEN

1920 - Resigned 1932

LORETTA K. COX

2008 – Resigned 2009

ROBERT MONTGOMERY CRAIG

2014 –

Free Will, Morality, Bias, Prejudice, and Racism, November 9, 2015

ARTHUR JOSEPH CRAMP

1925 - Died 1951

  HENDERSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

Pink Pills for Green People, December 6, 1926

Out of the Mouths of Babes and Others, October 27, 1930

Uncle Sam and the Pink Pill Industry, January 15, 1934

FRANK PHILIP CRANDON

1904 - Resigned 1913

CHARLES RICHARD CRANE

1901 - Resigned 1912

Russia, March 6, 1905

CAREY CRANSTON

2017 –

Curation, Authorship and a Museum of Words (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), February 12, 2018

AVERY ODELLE CRAVEN

1930 - Resigned 1933

JOHN GEORGE CRAWFORD

1906 - Resigned 1906

STEPHEN C. CRAWFORD

2010 -
Turpentine (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), April 18, 2011(N)

Sterling Hayden and the Sea, January 8, 2018

JOHN CRERAR (photograph)

1875 - Died 1889

Edited and read an "Informal," March 19, 1877

Edited and read an "Informal," April 15, 1878

Edited and read an "Informal," April 21, 1879

Edited and read an "Informal," February 21, 1881
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1877-78

GEORGE A. CRIDLAND

2007 – Resigned 2014

ALFRED CARENO CROFTAN

1921 - Resigned 1926

CAREY CRONEIS

1941 - Died 1972

  HOUSTON, TEXAS

Plank Road ----- Iron Mountain, March 13, 1944

College Maze, March 18, 1946

Galapagan Gallivant, March 22, 1948 (N)

BOWMAN CORNING CROWELL

1929 - Died 1951

The White Man in the Tropics, November 10, 1930

Experiences with People, April 27, 1942

The Influence of Mars on the Progeny of Aesculapius, November 22, 1943

CHARLES T. CULLEN

1989 - Resigned 1992

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner: President Jefferson's Dinner List (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), April 30, 1990 (N)

EDWARD M. CUMMINGS

1987 - Died 1995

Ancestral Voices, with Footnotes, April 25, 1988

Listing to Port or Dabbling in Dickens, February 11, 1991

LESTER CURTIS

1907 - Died 1930

Charles Robert Darwin, February 8, 1909

Simplicius Simplicissimus, April 21, 1913

A German Scholar on Autocracy, January 21, 1918

CHARLES CHAUNCEY CURTISS

1886 - Died 1928
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1909-10, 1910-11, 1911-12, 1912-13, 1913-14

IRVING SAMUEL CUTTER

1926 - Died 1945

Fort Atkinson and the Yellowstone Expedition, March 12, 1928

The Case of the Lincoln, Nebraska, City Council, May 11, 1931

Edwin James: Explorer, Botanist, Physician, April 1, 1935

Charles M. Russell, Cowboy Artist, February 16, 1942

CHARLES SIDNEY CUTTING

1909 - Died 1936

The Constitution and the Mule (After-dinner speech), October 10, 1910

A Forgotten Incident of the Great Rebellion, February 24, 1913

Fishing (After-dinner speech), October 6, 1913

The Forty-fifth Parallel, October 29, 1917

The Constitutional Convention of the State of Illinois, February 21, 1921

The Trials of a Lawyer, May 4, 1931