MARTIN GABER

1968 - Resigned 1999

Money, May 15, 1972 (N)

The Ultimate Frontier, April 29, 1974 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1975-76
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1976-77

FREDRIK HERMAN GADE

1899 - Resigned 1903

Bjornsterne Bjornsen, April 21, 1902

LYMAN JUDSON GAGE

1884 - Died 1927

Gold and Silver as Money, October 17, 1887

A Study in Finance, February 15, 1892

An Episode in a Banker's Experience, March 9, 1896

GEORGE W. GALE

1941 - Died 1985

Silver Creek, November 20, 1944 (N)

Myra Bradwell, April 3, 1950 (C) (N)

The Pearl of the Baltic, November 9, 1953 (N)

Leader, Book Night, November 28, 1955

Mexican Gold (Presidential Address), October 6, 1958 (N)

The Founder, March 26, 1962 (N)

The Founder: Part II, January 28, 1963 (N)

A Little Bit of History, January 14, 1974 (N)
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1948-49
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1952-53
Chair, Officers and Members, 1956-57
President, 1958-59
Chair, Publications, 1966-67

ALFRED E. GALLO

1967 - Resigned 1986

The Chiseler, April 27, 1970 (N)

EDWARD ILSLEY GALVIN

1888 - Died 1908

  BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA

The Humorist as a Benefactor, January 13, 1890
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1891-92

EDWARD JAMES GARDINER

1884 - Resigned 1902

The Nature of and the Perception of Color, February 22, 1886

How It Is Done in Spain, March 28, 1892

Cosas de Espana, November 7, 1898

GEORGE GARDNER

1881 - Resigned 1886

JOHN S. GARVIN

1973 -

2 plus 2, April 28, 1975 (N)

The Holy Places, May 7, 1979 (N)

Search and Change, February 11, 1985 (N)

The Isles, November 16, 1987 (N)

For What Purpose, October 12, 1992
A Country House, November 1, 1999 (N)

VICTOR GARWOOD

1902 - Resigned 1908

Doctor Burney, February 18, 1907

CATHERINE JOY GARYPIE

2016 -

EUGENE MAXIMILLIAN KARL GEILING

1936 - Resigned 1938

JAMES K. GENDEN

2005 -

MICHAEL D. GENTILE

1992 – Resigned 1998

NAOMI RUTH MAY GERARD

2012 – Resigned 2015

RALPH WALDO GERARD

1936 - Died 1974

  CORONA DEL MAR, CALIFORNIA

The Shears of Atropos, October 31, 1938 (N)

Unresting Cells, November 27, 1939

Ola, November 13, 1944 (N)

A Biologist's View of Society and The Rights of Man (two papers), April 5, 1948 (N)

Sapients Abroad, November 26, 1951 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1940-41

JOHN T. GERLITS, JR.

1980 -

Tortuous Intent, December 6, 1982 (N)

Baseball's Enthrallment, March 11, 1985 (N)

Book Review, October 28, 1985 (N)

Endless Waters, February 8, 1988 (N)

Marquand's Visit (Presidential Address), October 1, 1990 (N)

The Fast Lane, March 24, 1997 (N)
The Four Horsemen, November 7, 2005
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1988-89, 1989-90
President, 1990-91
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1991-92

ALAN J. GERTENRICH

1996 -

Bright Tomorrow or Gathering Clouds, February 7, 2000

ELMER GERTZ (Biography) (biography)

1961 - Died 2000

Bernard Shaw in Chicago, October 16, 1961 (N)

This Is How It Happened, December 7, 1964 (N)

A Poet's Patrimony, October 10, 1966 (N)

Leader, Book Night, November 20, 1967 (N)

Yet Again, November 3, 1969 (N)

Something Unique in My Life, October 29, 1973 (N)

Noble and Ignoble -- The Uses and Abuses of Hate, October 27, 1975

Book Review, Papa by Gregory Hemingway and How It Was by Mary Welsh Hemingway, December 15, 1976

My Six Years, March 7, 1977 (N)

Emma and Ben (Presidential Address), October 10, 1977 (N)

Arthur Goldberg: Portrait of a Dedicated Man, November 27, 1978 (N)

Henry Miller Triumphant, October 27, 1980 (N)

The Refuseniks, October 26, 1981

What Am I? October 25, 1982 (N)

Around the World in No Hurry, October 29, 1984 (N)

Round and Round We Go, January 26, 1987 (N)

Sixtieth Anniversary, October 17, 1988 (N)

They Slept Here, October 21, 1991 (N)

A Forty Year Saga, October 25, 1993

Five Centennials, December 16, 1996 (N)

The Best Is Yet to Be, October 27, 1997 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1968-69
Chair, Officers and Members, 1976-77
President, 1977-78

THEODORE G. GERTZ

1976 - Resigned 1980

Second Careers -- A Prescription for Inner Peace, April 18, 1977 (N)

WILLIAM M. GETZOFF

2004 -
A Literary Puzzle (Joint Meeting with The Cliff Dwellers), April 14, 2003
Varieties of Religious Interpretation, April 30, 2007 (N)

REGINALD GIBBONS

1991 - Resigned 1994

From Forthcoming Poetry and Fiction (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), December 14, 1992

FREDERICK ANDREWS GIBBS

1944 - Resigned 1958

England's Greatest Epileptic, March 25, 1946

Unscrewing the Inscrutable, January 8, 1951 (N)

LEWIS E. GIBSON

1993 – Died 2008

  STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN

A Poor Boy Educated in Salem, January 16, 1995 (N)

The Grey Goose Feather, February 26, 1996 (N)

He Was a Queer Looker, But Smart, January 20, 1997 (N)

Humor, Reason, and H. L. Mencken, March 29, 1999 (N)
The Couch in the Kennel, January 31, 2005 (N)
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1996-97

Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1997-98

SANFORD ROBINSON GIFFORD

1930 - Died 1944

Some Old Eye Doctors and Pseudo-Eye Doctors, April 6, 1931

Arthur Symons. The Aetiology of a Literary Crush, November 11, 1935

*Garlic and Old Horse Blankets, December 1, 1941 (C) (N) (W)

(Re-read before the Club by William H. Beauman, March 20, 1995)

Nasturtiums and Stained Glass, February 14, 1944
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1942-43

BENTLEY B. GILBERT

1986 - Resigned 1994

On Biography, (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), February 6, 1989 (N)

FRANK GILBERT

1879 - Resigned 1896

Competitive Transportation (Conversation), October 17, 1881

American Financial Innovation, March 24, 1884

The Robert Elsmere Craze, May 13, 1889

The Census (Conversation), June 8, 1891

Different Views of the Same Subject: The Daily Newspaper, March 23, 1896
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1894-95

SIMEON GILBERT

1874 - Resigned 1876

The Newspaper, January 18, 1875

HARRY ORRIN GILLET

1920 - Died 1957

Schooling and Education, December 18, 1950

THOMAS LEWIS GILMER

1904 - Resigned 1919

Motor Boats and Boating, March 18, 1907 (N)

IRWIN THOBURN GILRUTH

1918 - Died 1957

Vigilante Days, January 19, 1920

Campaigns and Their Shibboleths, February 19, 1923

An Early Ohio Circuit Rider, March 26, 1928

A Circuit Rider of the Last Century, May 6, 1929

On Going to Extremes, March 26, 1934

The Last of the Victorians (Presidential Address), October 12, 1936

The Social Novel, April 8, 1940

Some Observations on the Nature and Standards of Amateur Literary Effort, January 11, 1943

Leader, Book Night, December 11, 1950

Formerly the Familiar Essay, March 31, 1952
Offices:
 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1924-25
Corresponding Secretary, 1927-28, 1928-29, 1929-30
Chair, Publications, 1930-31, 1942-43
Chair, Officers and Members, 1932-33
President, 1936-37

JOHN GEORGE McBETH GLESSNER

1900 - Resigned 1902

JOHN JACOB GLESSNER (Biographical essay)

1883 - Died 1936

Two Noted Diarists, December 7, 1885

Potatoes, November 9, 1908

And Thereby Hangs a Tail, December 15, 1913

Farming, December 13, 1915

An October Sunday in Massachusetts, November 6, 1916

Graveyard Literature, December 12, 1921
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1894-95
Chair, Officers and Members, 1907-08

JOSEPH D. GLICK

1999 – Resigned 2004

  GRANVILLE, OHIO

LEROY TRUMAN GOBLE

1919 - Died 1927

Cockaigne, February 7, 1921

The Abode of Silence, December 18, 1922

Suppressed Books, or the Changing Face of Censorship, November 19, 1923

Punch The Immortal Year, March 16, 1925
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1921-22
Corresponding Secretary, 1922-23

BILLY EARL GOETZ

1934 - Resigned 1978

  BOCA RATON, FLORIDA

The Mad Depression, March 23, 1936 (N)

Collectivism, May 9, 1938 (N)

The Usefulness of the Impossible, April 21, 1941 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1941-42

SAMUEL V. GOFFEN

1977 - Died 2006

A Trip to the Well, October 31, 1977 (N)

Unfinished Symphonies, December 8, 1980 (N)

Onarram, November 2, 1981

When Knighthood Was in Flower, December 13, 1982 (N)

The Art of Listening, March 26, 1984 (N)

The Luck Factor: Why Some People Are Luckier Than Others, December 17, 1984 (N)

Dr. Who? October 21, 1985 (N)

The Power of Persuasion, April 6, 1987 (N)

What the Preacher Said, November 7, 1988 (N)

The Power of the Mind, January 22, 1990 (N)

Read My Lips, October 14, 1991 (N)

Money, Money, Money, November 29, 1993

ARTHUR JOSEPH GOLDBERG (Biography)

1945 - Died 1990

  WASHINGTON, D.C.

From Ulysses to Hecate Country, February 24, 1947

Human Rights and the Belgrade Conference (Read by Elmer Gertz), November 27, 1978 (N)

MILTON GOLIN

2010 – Resigned 2014

FRANK GONZALEZ-CRUSSI

1989 - Resigned 1990

JOHN PAUL GOODE

1917 - Resigned 1918

DANIEL GOODWIN

1880 - Resigned 1898

The Dearborns, October 15, 1883

A Pantheon Day in Rome, May 30, 1887

Our Supreme Eulogist, November 26, 1888

A Memorial Essay on Thomas Hughes, with some account of his visits to Chicago in 1870 and 1881, June 8, 1896 (C) (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1889-90
Corresponding Secretary, 1895-96

FREDERICK WILLIAM GOOKIN (Biography) (Photograph)

1877 - Died 1936

The Old Masters of Japan, January 16, 1888

Gold Shipments and the Practical Aspect of the Silver Question (Conversation), April 24, 1893

The Degradation of the Press and Its Influence on the American People (Conversation), October 15, 1894

The Aesthetic Value of Japanese Art, February 17, 1896

Have Serious Defects in Our System of Government Developed, and If So, What Is the Remedy? February 5, 1900

The Spirit and Tendencies of the Times (Conversation), November 24, 1902

A Chapter from a History of the Club, January 25, 1904

*Our Defective American Banking System: A Diagnosis and a Prescription, November 2, 1908 (C) (N) (W)

Does Civilization Change Human Nature? (Conversation), November 7, 1910

What Is Art? December 1, 1913

Extracts from a History of the Club, March 16, 1914

The European War, October 19, 1914

Essential Qualities in Works of Art, November 15, 1915

The Theatre in Japan, May 7, 1917

The War Debts and the Wage Workers of the World, March 24, 1918

Chapters from a History of the Club, May 26, 1919

Chapters Three and Four from a History of the Club, May 24, 1920

The Chicago Literary Club: More Chapters from Its Early History (Inaugural Address), October 10, 1921

Still More Chapters of Club History, January 15, 1922

Rosemary for Remembrance: Fifty Years of Club History, March 25, 1924

Ukiyo-e, April 11, 1927
Offices: 

Recording Secretary, 1880-81, 1881-82, 1882-83, 1883-84, 1884-85, 1885-86, 1886-87, 1887-88, 1888-89, 1889-90, 1890-91, 1891-92, 1892-93, 1893-94, 1894-95, 1895-96, 1896-97, 1897-98, 1898-99, 1899-1900, 1900-01, 1901-02, 1902-03, 1903-04, 1904-05, 1905-06, 1906-07, 1907-08, 1908-09, 1909-10, 1910-11, 1911-12, 1912-13, 1913-14, 1914-15, 1915-16, 1916-17, 1917-18, 1918-19, 1919-20
Treasurer, 1880-81, 1881-82, 1882-83, 1883-84, 1884-85, 1885-86, 1886-87, 1887-88, 1888-89, 1889-90, 1890-91, 1891-92, 1892-93, 1893-94, 1894-95, 1895-96, 1896-97, 1897-98, 1898-99, 1899-1900, 1900-01, 1901-02, 1902-03, 1903-04, 1904-05, 1905-06, 1906-07, 1907-08, 1908-09, 1909-10, 1910-11, 1911-12, 1912-13, 1913-14, 1914-15, 1915-16, 1916-17, 1917-18, 1918-19, 1919-20
President, 1921-22

GEORGE W. GORDON

1950 - Resigned 1964

Charles Evans Hughes, January 25, 1954 (N)

Book Review, A History of Africa South of the Sahara by Donald L. Wiedner, November 26, 1962 (N)

NANCY C. GORMAN

1995 -
  COUNTY KERRY, IRELAND

The Opportunity of Windows, December 2, 1996 (N)

EARL E. GOSE

1967 - Resigned 1976

ARTHUR I. GOULD

1994 – Died 2006

Alphabet Soup, Maya-Style, April 27, 1998 (N)

VICTOR E. GOULD

1979 - Resigned 1987

Inflation Is No Problem, November 26, 1979 (N)

A Matter of Definition, January 28, 1985 (N)

BRUCE GRANT

1949 - Resigned 1967

Lisbon Trading: Illicit Commerce During the War of 1812, December 5, 1949

The Last Voyage of Benjamin Franklin, November 10, 1952

Don't Love a Woman Who Keeps a Diary, November 14, 1955

Some Geniuses Who Did Not Write Shakespeare, January 18, 1960 (N)

Martial Transvestitism, or the Lady Marine, October 15, 1962 (N)

JOHN COWLES GRANT

1888 - Died 1914

The Rights of Children, February 8, 1892

The Weapons of Tyranny, February 22, 1897

Law's Delays, December 21, 1903

The Purely Commercial Aspect of the Tuskegee Movement, March 20, 1905

A Sunday at Tuskegee, January 13, 1908

The Civil War as It Appeared to a Boy: with Some Account of Two Weeks at the Front, October 17, 1910

The Menace of the Theatre, October 14, 1912
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1908-09, 1909-10

FREDERICK L. GRATIOT

1922 - Resigned 1923

LAWRENCE MURRAY GRAVES

1946 - Died 1973

Conjecture and Proof, February 28, 1949

Confusion Worse Confounded, March 24, 1952 (N)

Leader, Book Night (three papers), December 7, 1953 (N)

The Philosopher's Stone, May 2, 1955 (N)

Some Remarkable Men of Colonial Times, April 30, 1962
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1950-51
Corresponding Secretary, 1956-57

EARLE GRAY

1954 - Died 1967

Charles Waterton, Naturalist and Gentleman, and His Work with Curare, November 11, 1957 (N)

A Family Tradition: Footnote to History, October 24, 1960 (N)

MELVIN GRAY

1962 –

Book Review, Early Man in the New World by Kenneth MacGowan and Joseph A. Hester, November 11, 1963 (N)

Not from My Couch, January 11, 1965 (N)

Were You There? December 8, 1969 (N)

MARC B. GRAYSON

1979 - Resigned 1986

On Character, March 17, 1980 (N)

Pheidippides, April 6, 1981 (N)

*Churchill in the War Rooms, April 12, 1982

This Is the Army Mr. Jones, April 4, 1983 (N)

A Train Ride for Mr. Lincoln, February 4, 1985

FREDERICK GREELEY

1883 - Died 1912

Edited and read an "Informal," February 9, 1885

As Others See Us, November 16, 1885

Charles Babbage, May 7, 1888

The Need of the Hour (Potpourri), April 18, 1892

The Issues of the Late Campaign (Conversation), June 11, 1894

An Experiment in Revenue Reform in North Carolina, March 25, 1895

Personal Reminiscences Connected with Social Life in New England, March 28, 1898

Report on Recent Explorations in the Sub-Polar Regions of Cook County;

.....with Ethnographic Notes Upon the Tribes Inhabiting the Mountainous Portions Thereof.

..... Illustrations with maps, views, and specimens (in collaboration with Charles Gordon Fuller), March 11, 1901

The Fairy Tale of the Magical Hatchet, April 1, 1901

Appeared as a Twentieth Century Santa Claus in a Christmas Tree Celebration, December 22, 1902

Presentation of Gavel, October 10, 1904 (N)

Historical and Biographical Notes of Lake Forest, Illinois, November 1, 1909
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1905-06

SAMUEL SEWALL GREELEY

1874 and 1908 - Died 1916

Measures Not Men, May 18, 1885

The Need of the Hour, April 18, 1892

From Throne to Scaffold, April 10, 1893

International Units: A Metrical Essay, March 1, 1897

Personal Reminiscences Connected with Social Life in New England, March 28, 1898

Cherchez la femme, December 19, 1898

Inaugural Address as President, October 1, 1900

The Burning of Cities, October 12, 1903
Offices: 
President, 1900-01

BENJAMIN J. GREEN

1964 - Resigned 1970

My War with the United States Marine Corps, February 8, 1965 (N)

OLIVER BOURNE GREEN

1891 - Resigned 1906

THEOPHILUS GREEN

1996 – Resigned 2011

David Helfgott and the Music of Insanity, February 9, 1998 (N)

Blues for a Policeman. January 22, 2001 (N)
The Death of the Reverend Doctor John Ellen Profrock, January 6, 2003 (N)
Six…The Other Alex Haley Story, November 17, 2003 (N)

RAY H. GREENBLATT

1990 – Died 2016

Black as Bat Wings, April 18, 1994 (N)

(Re-read by the author April 30, 2001)

Havoc or Chaos? December 14, 1998 (N)

The Vanishing Trove: Reviled Heroes, Revered Thieves (Presidential Address), October 2, 2000 (N)

Eye of the Beholder -- Figure and Ground, (Joint meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago – “The Eye of the Beholder”), March 1, 2002 (N)
Book Night, "The Decade of the 1920s"; Book Review, When Harlem Was in Vogue, by David L. Lewis, October 13, 2006 (N)

Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99
President, 2000-01
Chair, Officers and Members, 2001-02

CHARLES AUGUSTUS GREGORY

1875 - Resigned 1897

The History of It (Marcus Tullius Cicero), December 17, 1877

Concerning the Militia, November 3, 1879

The Great American Desert: The Arid Region and the Means of Its Reclamation, November 18, 1889

A Vision and a Dream, March 4, 1895

STEPHEN STRONG GREGORY

1888 - Resigned 1895

TAPPAN GREGORY

1937 - Died 1961

The Camera's Catch of North American Wild Animals (Illustrated), March 6, 1939 (N)

Eze, on the Corniche, March 18, 1940

The Black Sox, February 17, 1941 (N)

The Whisper of the Guns, May 3, 1943 (N)

The Nuremberg Trial, November 25, 1946 (N)

Parole, May 25, 1953

The Guns Roll On, April 18, 1955 (N)

The Architecture of Freedom, October 13, 1958 (N)

OTTO GRESHAM

1903 - Resigned 1910

Lamartine, February 12, 1906 (N)

WALTER QUINTIN GRESHAM

1885 - Resigned 1887

HENRY FOSTER GRIERSON

1895 - Died 1923

LEE HENRY GRIFFIN

1937 - Resigned 1940

THEODORE GRIPPO

2012 – Resigned 2013

SUZANNE L. GRONKE

1995 - Resigned 1996

HANS ERNST GRONOW

1916 - Resigned 1917

The Influence of Nietzsche upon Germany, October 16, 1916

TED GROSS

2002 – Resigned 2011
The Auditorium Theater and Roosevelt University (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), January 13, 2003 (N)
The University President: Officeholder or Risktaker? January 17, 2005 (N)
Like Loving a Woman with a Broken Nose: The Literature of Chicago, October 27, 2008 (N)

ROBERT M. GROSSMAN

2005 -
Paul to Saul, February 26, 2007(N)
City Boy and The Science of Gerontology (also known as “Love Among the Ruins”)(two stories), December 15, 2008(N)
The Catholic Owl and the Jewish Pussycat, November 2, 2009(N)
Fireman's Funeral; Opening the Door; Savoir-Faire (three stories), April 22, 2013(N)
Offices:
Chair, Rooms and Events, 2013-14

THOMAS WILLIAMS GROVER

1878 - Died 1893

The New American, June 16, 1897

JOHN G. GRUHN

1988 - Resigned 1994

A Particular Historical Perspective, February 5, 1990 (N)

MARK EMMET GUERIN

1918 - Died 1944

  WASHINGTON, D.C.

WARD EARL GUEST

1932 - Died 1964

The Literary Hoax, January 20, 1936 (N)

Adventure with the Sea Bees, January 13, 1947 (N)

Savage Civilization, April 25, 1949 (N)

Japan Before and After, May 18, 1953 (N)

Haiti, February 27, 1956 (N)

Book Review, 2 volumes, November 26, 1956 (N)

Washington Irving and the Alhambra, December 15, 1958 (N)

The Love Story of Evangeline, January 15, 1962
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1954-55

PERRY J. GULBRANDSEN

2003 – Resigned 2005

FRANK WAKELY GUNSAULUS

1888 - Resigned 1889

Robert Browning and the New Theology, October 29, 1888

GAYLE E. GUTHRIE

1996 -

Suzie, Lucy and Liz, January 19, 1998 (N)

A New Creation, November 6, 2000 (N)

Climb the Mountain, November 12, 2001 (N)
It Isn’t Easy Being Free, January 20, 2003 (N)
*Widow’s Walk, November 23, 2009(N)
The Jewel Box, April 8, 2013(N)