ALBERT A. DAHLBERG

1965 - Resigned 1981

There Is a Whale Ahead, December 4, 1967 (N)

ULRICH DANCKERS

2004 – Resigned 2009

DAVID N. DANFORTH

1963 - Resigned 1966

CHARLES M. D'ANGELO

1983 - Resigned 1988

GEORGE KELLOGG DAUCHY

1888 - Resigned 1902

Reminiscences of an Argonaut of 49, December 12, 1892

The Battle of Ream's Station, November 14, 1898
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1892-93

SAMUEL DAUCHY

1923 - Resigned 1933

Yankee Clippers, February 25, 1929

HENRI CHARLES-EDOURD DAVID

1915 - Died 1953

A Chinese Tale by Theophile Gautier, January 24, 1916

Contrasts in English and French Romanticism, May 14, 1917

The Real Roger Bontemps, February 3, 1919

Poems, November 3, 1919

The Successors of Moliere, March 20, 1922

*Flaubert and George Sand in Their Correspondence, January 14, 1924 (C) (N) (W)

Motoring with Belphegor, November 21, 1927

Pierre Loti, the Exotic, February 4, 1929

The Destiny of the Soul (Presidential Address), October 7, 1929

*Marcel Proust, January 7, 1929 (N) (W)

Casanova, November 8, 1937

Beaumarchais -- a Business Man -- a Man of Letters, November 6, 1939

*La Douceur de Vivre under the Reign of Terror, December 16, 1940 (C) (N) (W)

The Physicians in Moliere, April 20, 1942

Groping Through the "Pea Soup" of Surrealism, December 6, 1948 (N)

The Napoleonic Legend, January 12, 1953
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1921-22
Chair, Publications, 1928-29
President, 1929-30

KEITH L. DAVIDSON

1979 -

Reflections, February 16, 1981

Descent into History, February 6, 1984

Nuclear Disarmament: Roads Not Taken, March 13, 1989

What Do We Have to Learn from Hamilton et al. About Federalism? February 13, 2017

ORLANDO R. DAVIDSON

1970 - Died 1972

  PORTLAND, OREGON

Book Review, Ring the Night Bell by Paul Magnuson, December 14, 1970

Last Train to Gresham, November 1, 1971 (N)

BRADLEY MOORE DAVIS

1899 - Died 1957

  ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

Some Biological Factors Influencing Society, April 15, 1901

Some Impressions of Egypt (Illustrated), April 17, 1905

BRUCE JAMES DAVIS

2011 - Resigned 2014

CHARLES WILDER DAVIS

1897 - Died 1898

EDWARD PARKER DAVIS

1885 - Died 1937

  PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

Wagner's Parsifal, May 16, 1887

GARY T. DAVIS

1989 - Died 1994

LOYAL DAVIS

1934 - Resigned 1935

NATHAN SMITH DAVIS, JR.

1888 - Resigned 1901

Laymen as Medical Educators, January 19, 1891

Senate Bill 1063, March 21, 1898

PHILIP RICHARD DAVIS

1970 - Died 1974

Actionable Words, May 10, 1971

RALPH D. DAVIS

1991 - Resigned 1999

Baloney, October 23, 1995

RICHARD S. DAVIS

1987 - Died 1998

Wigwam, February 15, 1988 (N)

Inland, Impossible, January 29, 1990 (N)

Screwed Up, February 1, 1993

(Re-read by Francis A. Lackner, Jr, November 9, 2009)

WALKER B. DAVIS (Photograph)

1947 - Died 1980

  TRYON, NORTH CAROLINA

The True Embodiment, January 16, 1950 (N)

Philippine Interlude, January 26, 1953 (N)

Leader, Book Night, February 21, 1955

Peugeot 203, October 24, 1955 (N)

The Law and the Ladies (Ladies' Night Address), April 1, 1957 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, "The Churchills" by A. L. Rowse, February 23, 1959 (N)

*The Reluctant Conservative, March 6, 1961 (C) (N)

Reflections of a Kept Lawyer (Presidential Address), October 7, 1963 (N)

Those Were the Years That Were (Ladies' Night Address), May 13, 1968 (N)
Offices: 
Recording Secretary, 1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59, 1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63, 1964-65, 1965-66
Treasurer, 1954-55, 1955-56, 1956-57, 1957-58, 1958-59, 1959-60, 1960-61, 1961-62, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1964-65, 1965-66
President, 1963-64

CHESTER MITCHELL DAWES

1880 - Resigned 1885

The Yellowstone Park, January 28, 1884

GEORGE ELLIS DAWSON

1891 - Died 1935

The Integral Phalanx (the Fourier Experiment in Illinois), November 6, 1893

The Holland Land Company, January 2, 1899

Amiel et son Journal Intime, March 16, 1903

The Diary of Henry Crabb Robinson, May 4, 1908

Professor John Bickerstadt Dickinson Mayor, May 13, 1912

Mary Wollstonecraft and the Rights of Woman, April 6, 1914

The Story of a Very Great Writer, W. H. Hudson, April 2, 1917

Are Lawyers Leaders or Followers in the Improvement of Society? February 23, 1920

The X Club (Presidential Address), October 6, 1924

Reminiscences, January 8, 1934
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1910-11
Corresponding Secretary, 1923-24
President, 1924-25

HORACE DAWSON

1941 - Resigned 1942

ALBERT MORGAN DAY

1877 - Resigned 1893

JOHN G. DAY

1984 - Resigned 1990

  NEW YORK, NEW YORK

WILLIAM HORACE DAY

1893 - Died 1942

PETER P. H. De BRUIN

1957 - Resigned 1962

ALLEN G. DEBUS

1974 - Resigned 1982

A Case of Delayed Publication, March 27, 1978 (N)

Pride and Prejudice or the Decline and Fall of Collins and Harlan, October 22, 1979 (N)

O. PAUL DECKER

1954 - Died 1961

Supplying Incentives to Men, March 24, 1958 (N)

YOLANDA M. DEEN

1995 -

Parfum d'Amour, November 11, 1996 (N)

Fair Warning, March 6, 2000 (N)

Confucius Says (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago – “Moral Dilemmas”), March 2, 2001(N)
Amidst a Grove of Olive Trees (Joint Meeting with The Cliff Dwellers), April 14, 2003 (N)
Inaugurations, Celebrations and Other Beginnings (Presidential Address), October 9, 2006(N)
It’s A Steal, March 23, 2009(N)
Madness (Short Paper Night), January 31, 2011(N)

Katherine Isn’t Around Here Anymore, May 5, 2014(N)

Dance, Elephant, Dance (Closing Meeting Address), May 23, 2016(N)

Offices: 
Treasurer, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06
President, 2006-07
Chair, Committee on Officers and Members, 2007-08
Secretary, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17

CHARLES WILLIAM DEERING

1888 - Resigned 1892

A Defenseless Coast, December 9, 1889

JOSEPH HOLTON DEFREES

1915 - Resigned 1916

THOMAS FRANCIS DELANEY

1911 - Resigned 1929

FREDERICK ADRIAN DELANO

1897 - Resigned 1953

  WASHINGTON, D.C.

American Railways, May 13, 1901

An Analysis of Human Character, April 24, 1905 (N)

Some of the Fundamental Causes of Social Unrest, March 2, 1914 (N)

Authority and Responsibility, January 31, 1909 (N)

(Re-read before the Club by Casper W. Ooms, December 18, 1933)

Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1910-11

FRANKLIN DENISON

1874 - Resigned 1901

A New Epic, December 3, 1877

CLARENCE PAUL DENNING

1926 - Died 1952

THOMAS DENT

1886 - Resigned 1908; 1910 - Died 1924

The Plummet Applied Anon, February 18, 1889

Sir Thomas More, March 26, 1894

Law Reports as Memorials of History and Biography, February 15, 1904

Some Glimpses of Legal History and Progress, November 18, 1907

HOWARD J. DePREE

  SUN LAKES, ARIZONA

1963 -

A Mess of Pottage, January 23, 1967 (N)

Sexuality, January 18, 1971 (N)

Cruise Control - - An Insight, April 21, 1975 (N)

Limbo, April 4, 1977 (N)

Bulbs (Presidential Address), October 12, 1981 (N)

Trilogy, April 21, 1986 (N)

Say Anything, March 4, 1991

Shake the Heavens (Ladies' Night Address), May 17, 1993
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1974-75, 1992-93
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1977-78
Corresponding Secretary, 1980-81
President, 1981-82

THOMAS JOSEPH DERDAK

1992 - Resigned 1998

The Apple, the Old Man and the Dragon, November 16, 1992

Kibera and the Vultures, February 5, 1996

DENNIS L. DESILVEY

2008 – Resigned 2011

  BELFAST, MAINE

KATHLEEN SELKIRK DESILVEY

2008 – Resigned 2011

  BELFAST, MAINE

GEZA de TAKATS (Biography)

1963 - Died 1985

Miracle at Bochnia, October 25, 1965 (N)

Bloody Penelope and Other Short Stories, November 27, 1967 (N)

A Triad of Quirks, October 28, 1968 (N)

Granny's Cough: Bitter Pill in Sweet Syrup, February 2, 1970 (N)

Pharmacist's Apprentice, April 19, 1971 (N)

Innocent from Abroad (Presidential Address), October 11, 1971 (N)

Alma Mater, November 12, 1973 (N)

FMG, November 24, 1975

Hyperosmia: From Moth to Mouse to Man (Ladies' Night Address), May 23, 1983 (N)
Offices: 

President, 1971-72

JAMES DEVRIES

2002 – Resigned 2009

HEYLIGER ADAMS DeWINDT

1891 - Resigned 1893

1898 - Resigned 1902

WIRT DEXTER

1886 - Died 1890

FREDERICK ROBERT DeYOUNG

1929 - Resigned 1932

JAMES SPENCER DICKERSON

1916 - Resigned 1919

JACOB McGAVOCK DICKINSON

1901 - Resigned 1904

1915 - Resigned 1916

DAVID L. DICKSON

1946 - Died 1995

  ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA

Okinawa (Read by Douglas Pillinger), January 10, 1949 (N)

The World of Irving Babbitt, January 14, 1952 (N)

Some Observations on an Eternal Theme, May 7, 1956 (N)

Book Night, Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov, February 23, 1959 (N)

Paradise of Exiles, March 7, 1960 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1960-61

ARTHUR JAMES DIERS

2003-
A Certain Take on Life: The Lively Ideas of William James, January 19, 2004 (N)
*
The Good King and His Heirs, December 11, 2006 (N)
Of Clouds and Light, December 14, 2009 (N)
The Hard and Soft of It (Presidential Address), October 4, 2010 (N)
What’s Up with Fritz?, (Annual Reunion Dinner Address), October 7, 2013 (N)

A Writer with an Edge, May 15, 2017
Offices:
Secretary, 2008-09, 2009-10
President, 2010-11
Chair, Officers and Members, 2011-12

KAHRIN DeANN DiGIOIA

2012 -

FLETCHER DOBYNS

1914 - Resigned 1925

Justice Holmes and the Fourteenth Amendment, March 11, 1918

WILLIAM EDWARD DODD

1912 - Died 1940

*Robert J. Walker, Imperialist, October 28, 1912

(Re-read before the Club by Carl S. Roder, May 11, 1942) (N) (W)

Henry Clay, Insurgent, 1817 - 1825, March 13, 1916

American History (Review of Current Literature), January 15, 1917

The Mind of Woodrow Wilson, March 31, 1919

Woodrow Wilson or Theodore Roosevelt, 1918, February 16, 1920

A Chapter from the History of the Old South, May 7, 1923

A Great Debate on a Great Subject, April 12, 1926

A Decent Respect to the Opinions of Mankind, May 2, 1927

A Chapter from American History, October 31, 1927

History and Patriotism, March 11, 1929

The First Integrated Social Order in the South, January 20, 1930
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1915-16

EDMUND JAMES DOERING

1915 - Resigned 1916

WILLIAM ELKANAH DOGGETT

1874 - Died 1876

GEORGE JOHN DOHRMAN, III

1988 - Resigned 1998

THOMAS ELLIOTT DONNELLEY (Biography)

1901 - Died 1955

The Labor Question, November 2, 1903

Benjamin Franklin, Printer, January 8, 1906 (N)

Industrial Education, May 6, 1907

Some Thoughts on the Practical Aspects of General Education, January 23, 1911

The War in Retrospect, May 17, 1920

Some Aspects of the Building Situation, November 13, 1922
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1906-07

JAMES ROOD DOOLITTLE, JR.

1874 - Resigned 1877

Chaucer, November 15, 1875
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1874-75

JAMES ROOD DOOLITTLE, SR.

1874 - Resigned 1877

ERL DORDAL

1971 –

  ATLANTA, GEORGIA

Mobility, February 26, 1973 (N)

GEORGE AMOS DORSEY

1914 - Resigned 1915

PAUL H. DOUGLAS (Biography)

1939 - Died 1976

  WASHINGTON, D.C.

Some New Material on Robert Owen and Robert Dale Owen, February 2, 1942 (N)

The Future of the Pacific, October 21, 1946

Culture and Character, October 17, 1949 (N)

CARL ALBERT DRAGSTEDT

1945 - Died 1983

One for the Book, November 4, 1946 (N)

Country Doctors (Ladies' Night Address), January 23, 1950 (N)

Country Doctor Goes to Court, November 7, 1955 (N)

A Night to Remember, April 7, 1958 (N)

The Blacksmith Makes a Weld, October 26, 1959 (N)

Who Killed Cock Robin? (Presidential Address), October 9, 1961 (N)

Hash, April 27, 1964 (N)

Prometheus and the R.F.D. (Ladies' Night Address), May 16, 1966 (N)

Methuselah et al., November 4, 1968 (N)

They Made It Possible, April 10, 1972 (N)

There Are Times for Rimes, May 5, 1975 (N)

Bull Fiddle Rimes and Whetstone Verses, Part I, March 14, 1977 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1948-49
President, 1961-62

LESTER REYNOLD DRAGSTEDT

1927 - Died 1977

  GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

Bones, January 12, 1931 (N)

The Guardian of the Wilderness, April 9, 1934 (N)

An Old Town Pump, February 6, 1939 (N)

The Father of Chicago Medicine, April 13, 1953 (N)

Siamese Twins (Presidential Address), October 10, 1955 (N)

An American by Choice - - Fragments from a Biography of Dr. A. J. Carlson, March 25, 1963 (N)
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1936-37
Chair, Officers and Members, 1941-42, 1946-47
President, 1955-56

ROBERT T. DRAKE

1973 - Died 1982

The Wildness of the Scene, February 10, 1975 (N)

Clover Bend - - Economics and Literature, March 21, 1977 (N)

Bright College Days, Russia in 1927, October 15, 1979

Bright College Years and Politics (Read by William B. Lloyd, Jr.), April 19, 1982 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1979-80
Chair, Officers and Members, 1981-82

GEORGE DRIGGS

1888 - Died 1892

GARRETT DROPPERS

1907 - Died 1927

ALBERT C. DROSTE

1960 - Died 1996

  SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

A Matter of Chance, May 6, 1963 (N)

Leader, Book Night (three papers), March 29, 1965 (N)

Stranger Than Friction, May 4, 1970
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1972-73

HAROLD ARTHUR DRUMMOND

1967 - Resigned 1976

Saint or Sinner? January 27, 1969 (N)

Morpheus in Conflict, February 7, 1972 (N)

The Man Who Stayed Home, February 25, 1974 (N)

JOEL S. DRYER

1998 – Resigned 2009, 2011 -

Again & Again, January 17, 2000 (N)

The Story You Don't Know About a Place We All Love (Closing Night address), May 14, 2001 (N)

How Do We Find Mr. Parker?, March 25, 2002
Whose Land Is It Anyway?, December 9, 2002 (N)
Whose Land Is It, Anyway Part II?, November 10, 2003 (N)
Founders, December 19, 2005
Spectacular, October 23, 2006(N)
Too Long In Coming, February 13, 2012 (N)
Early On, December 9, 2013(N)

Henry Hairmattress and Other Stories of the Armory Show, March 23, 2015

Other Stories of Henry Hairmattress and the Armory Show in Chicago, April 11, 2016

E. LLOYD DuBRUL

1953 - Died 1996

*Stroke of Flame, April 23, 1956 (C) (N)

(Re-read before the Club by Todd S. Parkhurst, December 19, 1977)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, "Battle for the Mind" by William Sargeant, March 17, 1958 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, "The Origin of Races" by Carleton C. Coon, November 11, 1963 (N)

Half So Precious (Ladies' Night Address), May 22, 1972 (N)

EMELIUS CLARK DUDLEY

1881 and 1919 - Died 1928

Edited and read an "Informal," October 24, 1881

Edited and read an "Informal," December 17, 1883

As Others See Us, November 16, 1885

A Historic Gambling Debt, November 13, 1893

The Life and Services of Johan Boller (Address), June 8, 1896

The Outlook for the Professional Man, March 26, 1900

The Heroine of American Freedom, March 27, 1905 (N)

Louyse Bourgeoise, Midwife: Her Account of the Accouchement of Marie de Medici, Wife of Henry IV, May 6, 1912

The Progress of Medicine from a Remote Past to Modern Times, January 12, 1920

A Glimpse or Two in China, and a Thing or Two on the Way, April 28, 1924
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1906-07

BRIAN B. DUFF

2003-Died 2016
The Wolf Marks the Tundra, December 13, 2004 (N)
Crossroads, Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly, March 3, 2006(N)
Participant, Poetry Night, February 12, 2007
Embers and Ashes and The Hose Highwayman, Joint Meeting with The Cliff Dwellers, April 20, 2009 (N)
Step by Step, Short Paper Night, May 3, 2010 (N)
One Step at a Time, March 12, 2012 (N)
Poetry Night, Participant, November 26, 2013 (N)
Offices:
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 2006-07

SAMUEL JOHN DUNCAN-CLARK

1923 - Died 19??

Adventures in Ruralia, February 9, 1925

Star Gazers, February 28, 1927

How I Discovered a New World at Fifty, January 23, 1928

A First Century Reporter -- A Study of John Mark and His Narrative, November 11, 1929

The Story of the Struggle for World Peace, October 19, 1931
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1926-27
Chair, Publications, 1927-28

GEORGE DUNEA

2005 -

HAROLD DUNKEL

1965 - Resigned 1974

Short of Good and Evil, November 11, 1968 (N)

That Was an Experience, March 6, 1972 (N)

The Unprintable Logic, November 25, 1974 (N)

CHARLES ANALDO DUPEE

1875 - Resigned 1900

The Dissolution of the Whig Party, January 19, 1880

EUGENE DUPEE

1902 - Resigned 1904

HENRY ROGERS DURKEE

1890 - Resigned 1895

GEORGE TURNLEY DYER, JR.

1940 - Died 1977

  WALNUT CREEK, CALIFORNIA

Is Sociology a Science? April 5, 1943
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1945-46

LOUIS DYER

1877 - Died 1908

  OXFORD, ENGLAND

ARTHUR DYRENFORTH

1918 - Died 1920