TERESA LAVENDER FAGAN

2014 – Resigned 2015

NATHANIEL KELLOGG FAIRBANK

1882 - Died 1903

Fish (Conversation), March 8, 1886

DAVID FALES

1875 - Resigned 1905

SAMUEL FALLOWS

1881 - Resigned 1891

New Dictionaries and the Common People, April 7, 1884

Irrational Metaphysics, April 25, 1887

ALBERT I. FARBMAN

2007 – Resigned 2014
Dame Honor, October 20, 2008 (N)
Digging the Panama Canal, March 29, 2010 (N)

DAN STEPHEN FARGO

1992 – Resigned 2010

A Many-Splendored Period, November 30, 1992
Providence, October 6, 2006

KAREN FARLEY

2011 – Resigned 2012

ALBERT GEORGE FARR

1901 - Died 1913

Notes on a Recent Work on the Alps, November 7, 1904 (N)

A Mountainous Subject, January 21, 1907

MARVIN ANDRUS FARR

1894 - Resigned 1900

The Perverted Dogma of Equality, December 2, 1895

JOHN VILLIERS FARWELL, JR.

1884 - Resigned 1903

Edited and read an "Informal," October 27, 1884

Edited and read an "Informal," January 10, 1887

OTHO SAMUEL FASIG

1928 - Resigned 1951

Lincoln and Prohibition: A Speculation, November 14, 1932

A Liberal Conservative, December 10, 1945

HENRY BAIRD FAVILL

1895 - Resigned 1915

The Relations of Diet to Modern Therapeutics, May 11, 1896

Paper, May 9, 1898

College Athletics; a Hindrance to General Physical Education, April 15, 1907

WILLIAM LYMAN FAWCETT

1875 - Resigned 1877

The Press: Its Function and Influence (Conversation), April 8, 1876

CHARLES NORMAN FAY

1878 - Resigned 1903

The Telephone and Kindred Inventions, December 5, 1881

A Day at Sea, December 29, 1884

The Bitter Cry of the Outcast Corporation, December 13, 1886

A Wyoming Horse Ranch, November 19, 1888

Thou Art Twenty Years of Age, My Lady Literary, March 19, 1894

Twenty Minutes of Verse, October 29, 1894

Personal Experiences with Boodlers, November 20, 1899

Love Scene from the Third Act, January 27, 1902
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1883-84

EDWIN STANTON FECHHEIMER

1901 - Resigned 1904

BERNHARD FELSENTHAL

1874 - Resigned 1874

WILLIAM WALLACE FENN

1893 - Died 1932

  CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS

A Literary Study of the Book of Job, April 23, 1894

What Is the Essential Element in Religion? January 27, 1896

The Humor of the Bible, January 4, 1897

Sir David Lyndsay, February 13, 1899

The Clouds of Aristophanes, December 10, 1900
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1897-98

ROBERT COLLYER FERGUS

1917 - Died 1952

The Bays of Apollo, January 6, 1919

The Great American Commoner, March 2, 1942

Stephen Arnold Douglas: The Beginning of the Illinois Central Railroad, January 3, 1944

The Early Illinois Magna Charta, February 18, 1952

CHARLES NEWTON FESSENDEN

1878 - Resigned 1884

HENRY FIELD

1887 - Died 1890

WALTER TAYLOR FIELD

1919 - Resigned 1922

Types of American Fiction, May 8, 1922

SAMUEL FIFER

1977 – Resigned 2004

The Tiger Is Watching You, November 21, 1977 (N)

*No Questions Asked, November 10, 1980 (N)

The Heckler's Revenge, April 9, 1984 (N)

Dig Deep, March 31, 1986

MORRIS FISHBEIN

1922 - Died 1976

Medicine in the Novel and the Press, October 29, 1923 (N)

A Short Story, "The Birds," December 1, 1924

Charlatan, November 23, 1925

Medicine in a Changing World and Food Fads and Fallacies (two papers), November 19, 1928 (N)

The Dreaded 1960's (One-half of Ladies' Night program; see Clarence Augustus Hough), March 31, 1930

I Can Remember When . . . , December 2, 1935

Modern Medical Charlatans, November 15, 1937 (N)

The Last of the Great Charlatans, December 18, 1944 (N)

High Priest of Motherhood, February 3, 1947

Basic Factors in Scientific Research, January 9, 1950 (N)

Fragment from an Autobiography: She Was Burning! May 28, 1956

Fragments from an Autobiography, February 26, 1968

Barnstorming, February 17, 1969 (N)

Unpublished Memories (Ladies' Night Address), May 24, 1971 (N)

Portraits on My Study Wall, February 12, 1973 (N)

GEORGE PURNELL FISHER

1907 - Resigned 1917

The Trail to Health, April 26, 1909

WALTER LOWRIE FISHER

1891 - Died 1935

Can Democracy Exist Under Party Government? February 1, 1904

The Ethics of Present-day Finance, January 16, 1911

The Literature of Alaska (Presidential Address), October 6, 1913

The World War and the Monroe Doctrine, December 6, 1915
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1897-98
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1906-07
Chair, Officers and Members, 1910-11
President, 1913-14

ALBERT FISK

1960 - Died 1964

GEORGE FOSTER FISKE

1893 - Resigned 1932

Some Experience in Mountain Climbing, January 14, 1901

HUGH A. FLACK

1947 - Died 1961

The Tablet, November 5, 1951 (N)

Clearance, February 24, 1958 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1959-60

ROBERT HALL FLEMING

1886 - Resigned 1898

MALACHI FLANAGAN

2000 – Died 2009

Rush Medical College of the University of Chicago, 1898-1942, April 9, 2001
Rising Star: The Early Career of Dr. James Campbell, March 24, 2003
Everybody’s Leader:  The Later Career of Dr. James A. Campbell, October 27, 2003

LAWRENCE C. FLINN, JR

1990 - Died 1991

Death and Resurrection, December 17, 1990

SAMUEL DOUGLAS FLOOD

1960 - Died 1983

Respectfully Yours, February 12, 1962

Denouement, December 5, 1966 (N)

I Eat More Than Other People, But I Eat More Slowly, March 16, 1970 (N)

CHRISTOPHER M. FOGARTY

1985 –

Walk Wide O' the Widow, November 24, 1986 (N)

Ending the 800-Year War, October 23, 1989

Of Newspeak Updated, January 25, 1993

Tocqueville Brought Up to Date, October 31, 1994
Close Enough for Government Work, November 28, 2005

Making History (At the Sky-Line Club), January 9, 2017

GEORGE ALANSON FOLLANSBEE

1895 - Resigned 1909

The Outlook for the Professional Man, March 26, 1900

A Man of Courage: John Fox Potter, January 26, 1903

TROWBRIDGE BRIGHAM FORBUSH

1877 - Resigned 1890

The Cause and Cure of Pauperism (Conversation), January 14, 1878

Education and Crime, March 3, 1879

JAMES BERWICK FORGAN

1900 - Resigned 1901

THEOBALD FORSTALL

1883 - Resigned 1889

JAMES WILLIAM FORSYTH

1876 - Resigned 1884

ROBERT FORSYTH

1880 - Resigned 1893

ROBERT STANLEY FORSYTHE

1938 - Resigned 1939

RICHARD NORMAN FOSTER

1874 - Resigned 1877

CHARLES HENRY FOWLER

1874 - Resigned 1875

JOHN SHARPLESS FOX

1927 - Died 1955

An American Gulliver, February 24, 1936 (N)

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, March 20, 1944

Leader, Book Night, December 8, 1952
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1951-52

SAMUEL H. FRAERMAN

1961 -

Ernest Zeisler, April 16, 1979 (N)

JEROME NEW FRANK

1919 - Died 1957

  NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The Psychology of Legal Thinking, December 13, 1920

JAMES LOUIS FRANKLIN

1979 - Resigned 1994; 2003-

Mahler and Freud: A Brief Conversation, February 9, 1981 (N)

Theodor Billroth, January 25, 1982 (N)
Mozart, Mesmer and Medicine, February 16, 2004 (N)
Sirens' Song: Music in the Writings of James Joyce, March 21, 2005 (N)
The Sound of One Hand Clapping: Meditations on Sinistrality, April 7, 2008 (N)
Sing High, Sing Low, March 1, 2010 (N)

Doctors Beyond Borders, March 2, 2015 (N)

Daltonism, Little Brown Jobs and Me, March 21, 2016 (N)

HENRY BREWSTER FREEMAN

1916 - Died 1980

  ROANOKE, VIRGINIA

A Shipmaster's Journal, November 14, 1921

HENRY VARNUM FREEMAN

1882 - Died 1916

The Feasibility of a Sustained Policy of Tariff Reform in the United States (Conversation), January 12, 1885

General George H. Thomas, May 24, 1886

Edited and read an "Informal," May 11, 1891

A New England Viking, February 26, 1894

Glimpses of Old Colony Life, April 25, 1898

Inaugural Address as President, October 3, 1898

Lincoln and Douglas at Freeport, February 9, 1903

The Spirit of Longfellow's Poetry as an Exponent of New England Life, February 27, 1905

Recollections of an Old New England Parish, March 11, 1907

The Ethics of Present-day Finance, January 16, 1911
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1896-97
President, 1898-99

CHARLES WALLACE FRENCH

1898 - Resigned 1913

Democracy and the Public School, November 19, 1900

Sicily and Its Passion Play, January 9, 1905 (N)

Doctor John Brown and His Edinburgh, February 11, 1907

Ugo Bassi, May 24, 1909

Parthenope, April 18, 1910

WILLIAM MERCHANT RICHARDSON FRENCH (Biography)

1874 - Died 1914

Chalk Versus Talk, with Illustrations, May 27, 1876

Graphic Art; with Illustrations, October 30, 1876

The Styles of Michael Angelo and Phidias Compared and Illustrated, January 31, 1881

The Elements of Expression in Ideal and Decorative Art, June 1, 1885

Observations and Illustrations Touching the Treatment of Light-and-Shade and Color in Pictures and Decoration, October 22, 1888

The Innocency of Vision (Illustrated), November 30, 1891

The Conventional Element in Pictures and Decoration, October 31, 1892

The Artistic Qualities of the Modern Caricaturists, Especially Certain Old English Caricaturists, December 21, 1896

Personal Recollections of the Early Days of the Club, March 13, 1899

Reminiscences of Old Concord, Containing Some Things Not in the Books, March 30, 1903

The Practical Education of an Artist, December 2, 1907

Letters from a Correspondence Between 1826 and 1870, April 15, 1912

Sympathetic Imagination as an Instrument of Criticism, Literary and Artistic (Presidential Address), October 7, 1912

The Value of a Line, May 19, 1913

Memories of the Early Days of the Club, March 16, 1914
Offices: 
President, 1912-13

RAYMOND K. FRIED

1962 - Resigned 1963

WALTER FRIED

1991 - Resigned 2004

Aborigines, May 13, 1996 (N)

HERBERT JACOB FRIEDMAN

1909 - Resigned 1917

JAMES FRIEND

1984 - Resigned 1985

Beyond the Bullet: A Quarter-Century after Hemingway's Death (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), November 26, 1984 (N)

RALPH FUJIMOTO

1978 –

  WAXHAW, NORTH CAROLINA

*Hiatus, May 12, 1980 (N)

In Search of En, February 24, 1986 (N)

Celebration, May 6, 1991

A River Runs Through It Also (Presidential Address), October 4, 1993

From Leucadia to Matsue -- An Odyssey, January 4, 1999 (N)

Let's Build a Stairway to the Stars (Joint meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago --  “Passages”), March 3, 2000
Ships That Pass in the Night (Joint Meeting with The Cliff Dwellers), April 12, 2004 (N)
Offices: 
Recording Secretary, 1982-83, 1983-84
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1991-92
President, 1993-94
Chair, Officers and Members, 1994-95

CHARLES GORDON FULLER

1883 - Died 1926

Photography in Its Application to Scientific Research, April 2, 1888

Report on Recent Explorations in the Sub-Polar Regions of Cook County (in cooperation with Frederick Greeley), March 11, 1901

The Evolution of the Military Rifle, April 10, 1905
Offices:
 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1902-03, 1908-09

MELVILLE WESTON FULLER (Biography)

1878 - Died 1910

  WASHINGTON, D.C.

Thomas Jefferson (Conversation), April 13, 1880

Gladstone (Conversation), December 12, 1881

The President's Vetoes, May 9, 1887 (N)

Jack Cade, April 30, 1888

CHARLES WILLIAM FULLERTON

1881 - Died 1900

HENRY JEWETT FURBER, JR.,

1894 - Resigned 1907

Money as a Popular Ideal, November 13, 1899

Americans at the Universities of France, November 5, 1900

Social Equilibrium, May 22, 1905

WILLIAM ELIOT FURNESS

1874 - Resigned 1908

1908 - Died 1913

Edited and read an "Informal," February 3, 1876

Edited and read an "Informal," March 26, 1883

Was Thomas Paine in Advance of His Time? April 5, 1886

The Negro Soldier During the War of the Rebellion, April 8, 1889

Edited and read an "Informal" (Five papers on Harvard University), February 9, 1891

An Elective Judiciary, January 9, 1893

Memories of Early Members of the Club, March 19, 1894

Inaugural Address as President, October 8, 1894

Remarkable Professional Experiences, November 25, 1895

A Militia Company in 1863, April 3, 1899

Random Thoughts on Public Schools, May 22, 1899

A Glimpse of Manx Land, April 8, 1901

Rothenburg, December 15, 1902

The Battle of Olustee, February 20, 1864, May 1, 1905
Offices: 
Recording Secretary, 1876-77, 1877-78, 1878-79, 1879-80
Treasurer, 1876-77, 1877-78, 1878-79, 1879-80
Chair, Officers and Members, 1883-84
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1893-94
President, 1894-95