KARLETON HACKETT

1901 - Resigned 1908

Music in the Social Life of Our New England Ancestors, May 23, 1903

William Billings, the First American Musician, January 27, 1908

SIR FRANCIS SEYMOUR HADEN (Honorary)

1883 - Died 1910

  WOODCOTE, HAMPSHIRE, ENGLAND

EDWIN MOSES HALE

1874 - Resigned 1877

EUGENE JUDSON HALE

1874 - Resigned 1876

JOHN PHILETUS HALE

1892 - Resigned 1895

RICHARD WALDEN HALE, JR.

1942 - Died 1976

  CHESTNUT HILL, MASSACHUSETTS

The Royal Americans, January 25, 1943 (N)

WILLIAM BROWNE HALE

1905 - Resigned 1914

Arthur Young's Travels in France, December 6, 1909

RICHARD P. HALL

1983 - Resigned 1987

Story (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), April 18, 1983 (N)

Teacher, April 27, 1987 (N)

THOMAS CUMING HALL

1888 - Resigned 1897

American Credulity and the Fallacies of Irish Home Rule, December 23, 1889

The Ethics of Suicide, February 1, 1892

The Vulgar Life of Berlin, October 17, 1892

Wagner as Poet and Critic, November 20, 1893
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1890-91

HOWARD HALLENGREN

2014 -

GEORGE HALPERIN

1931 - Died 1961

Gogol, the Dawn of the Russian Novel, December 14, 1931 (N)

*Dostoevskiy, October 9, 1933 (C) (N) (W)

*Tolstoy, May 13, 1935 (C) (N) (W)

A Doctor Looks at Communism. A Recent Trip to the U.S.S.R., February 3, 1936 (N)

Pushkin, Russia's Most Significant Figure, March 28, 1938 (N)

Fascism and Social Revolution, March 27, 1939 (N)

*Tourgenev, February 3, 1941 (C) (N) (W)

The Miracle of Russia's Resistance, February 1, 1943

The Autumnal Chekov, January 10, 1944 (N)

The Song of the Stormy Petrel, December 17, 1945 (N)

The Two Apostles of the Twentieth Century, April 18, 1949 (N)

Art for Art's Sake (Presidential Address), October 9, 1950 (N)

On Listening to Music, October 20, 1952 (N)

Shalom, February 15, 1954 (N)

The Inescapable, October 17, 1955 (N)

Book Review, "Dr. Zhivago" by Boris Pasternak, February 23, 1959 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1935-36
Chair, Officers and Members, 1942-43
Chair, Publications, 1949-50
President, 1950-51

JESSE HALSDOWN

Book Review, February 17, 1908 (N)

JOHN JULIUS HALSEY

1886 - Resigned 1888

The Arthurian Romance, March 21, 1887

ALFRED ERNEST HAMILL

1921 and 1935 - Died 1953

Suspicions, November 6, 1950

CHARLES DAVISON HAMILL

1881 - Resigned 1902

A Talk about Engravings (Conversation), January 9, 1882

ARTHUR LITTLE HAMILTON

1918 - Died 1955

  SUGAR HILL, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Alaska, January 9, 1922

BENGT L. K. HAMILTON

1936 - Died 1979

  SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO

The Relation Between Good Government and Bad Temper, January 12, 1942 (N)

In the Footsteps of War (A Rhymed Chronicle of Insignificant Events), November 23, 1953 (N)

Forms More Real Than Living Man, February 8, 1960 (N)

EDGAR LOCKWOOD HAMILTON

1922 - Resigned 1928

JOHN HENRY HAMLINE

1891 - Died 1904

Municipal Reform (Conversation), January 21, 1895

A Night in the House of Commons, March 11, 1895

JOHN LEONARD HANCOCK

1924 - Died 1969

  WHITE PIGEON, MICHIGAN

Servants of the State, April 5, 1926

Avast! Belay! We're Off for Baffin's Bay! February 11, 1929

Servants of the City, May 1, 1933

Cross Currents, November 24, 1941

Words, Words, Horatio, November 27, 1944

Island 698, March 15, 1948 (N)

The Greeks Had a Word for It, February 26, 1951 (N)

Ulysses, January 24, 1955 (N)

Island Neighbors, December 9, 1957 (N)

A Part of All That I Have Met, April 7, 1969 (N)
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1943-44
Chair, Publications, 1956-57

SUSAN R. HANES

2003 – Resigned 2011
My Persistent Phantom, March 30, 2009

STEPHEN J. HANNAH

2014 – Resigned 2015

WILLIAM M. HANNAY III

2014 –

Rewrite, January 12, 2015

NORMAN HAPGOOD

1894 - Died 1937

The Art of Henry James, November 12, 1894

The Modernness of Shakespeare's Women, January 28, 1929

MARTIN D. HARDIN

1877 - Died 1923

Army Experience, May 9, 1881

The Defense of Washington Against Early's Attack in July, 1864, May 17, 1886

Military Life in Oregon Before the War, October 26, 1891

Malaria Cured Without Drugs, October 22, 1894

The Reformation of City Government, April 4, 1904

Political and Social Life in Illinois in the "Thirties," October 14, 1907

The Failure of the American System of Education and Its Causes, October 23, 1911

The Labor Question, October 20, 1913

EDWARD JOHN HARDING

1891 - Died 1926

Selections from a Poetical Translation of "Le Roi s'Amuse," January 23, 1893

FRANK HARDING

1950 - Resigned 1953

GEORGE FRANKLIN HARDING

1876 - Resigned 1896

Civil Service Reform, November 7, 1881

Charles James Fox, October 8, 1883

How to Guess What Is on the Other Side of the Hill, April 19, 1886

HARRY BENJAMIN HARDING

1955 - Resigned 1970

Border Bandits, April 28, 1958 (N)

John Slaughter of Arizona, April 24, 1961 (N)

WILLIAM KNOTT HARDING

1937 - Resigned 1938

CHARLES SUMNER HARMON

1892 - Resigned 1914

WANDA JEAN HAROLD

2001 - Resigned 2005

JESS DEAN HARPER

1921 - Died 1976

  WEST COVINA, CALIFORNIA

Antaeus Contends with Midas, May 1, 1944

PAUL VINCENT HARPER

1916 - Died 1949

Personal Experiences While Learning Arabic in Jerusalem and Syria, November 10, 1919

Literary Lapses of the Bible, April 4, 1921
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1920-21

SAMUEL ALAIN HARPER

1934 - Resigned 1938

Man's High Adventure, December 16, 1935

WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER (Biography)

1892 - Died 1906

Art Among the Hebrews, May 16, 1898

Semitic Legal Literature as Illustrated by the Code of Hammurabi, January 30, 1905 (N)

LEON HARPOLE

1951 - Resigned 1953

WINFIELD SCOTT HARPOLE

1907 - Resigned 1926

Oliver Wendell Holmes, May 17, 1909

Hannah More and Her Times, November 14, 1910

Sir Thomas Browne, November 24, 1913

Shakespeare's Medicine, November 24, 1913

A War-time Magazine, November 23, 1914

A Successful Suicide (Story), November 27, 1916

The Golden Age, January 13, 1919

Hygiene for the Middle Aged (Symposium), April 25, 1921
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1912-13

EDWARD AVERY HARRIMAN

1895 - Resigned 1900

James Boswell, June 1, 1896

The Right to Govern, March 19, 1900

KARL EDWIN HARRIMAN

1919 - Resigned 1926

The Story of Stories, November 22, 1920

An Editor Confesses, May 14, 1923

The Education of an Editor, March 31, 1924

JAMES T. HARRINGTON

2008 –

ABRAM WINEGARDNER HARRIS

1907 - Resigned 1907

JOEL T. HARRIS

1979 -

  KEY LARGO, FLORIDA

NEIL HARRIS

1998 - Resigned 2002

Chicago Magna (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), April 19, 1999 (N)

ROBERT M. HARRIS

1990 - Resigned 1998

Three Times Many More, October 15, 1990

SAMUEL SMITH HARRIS

1875 - Died 1888

European Races in America (Conversation), December 10, 1877

R. WENDELL HARRISON

1947 - Resigned 1951

DONALD HENRY HARTER

1981 - Resigned 1984

WILBERT R. HASBROUCK

2006 – Resigned 2008
Location, Location, Location (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago – “Location, Location, Location”), March 2, 2007

PLINY NELSON HASKELL

1875 - Died 1884

  IDAHO SPRINGS, COLORADO

The English Land Problem, March 1, 1880

WARREN C. HASKIN

2003 – Died 2012
Big Little Man, November 15, 2004 (N)
Interview, December 4, 2006

* These Boys’ Lives, February 18, 2008(N)
Filibuster, February 22, 2010(N)
“A Plague o’ both”, November 29, 2010(N)

RUSSELL HASSLER

1936 - Resigned 1941

MALCOLM H. HAST

1974 - Resigned 1980

Microcosm, May 2, 1977 (N)

ALBERT BAIRD HASTINGS

1931 - Died 1987

  LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA

High Life, January 14, 1935 (N)

JOHN D. HASTINGS

1961 - Resigned 1976

  LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA

The Sacco-Vanzetti Case Revisited, November 9, 1964

Mr. Jefferson in Virginia, February 19, 1968 (N)

Thomas Jefferson -- -- Lawyer and Founder, March 1, 1971

AZEL FARNSWORTH HATCH

1878 - Died 1906

The Lawyer's Conscience, February 15, 1886

Is the Influence of Newspaper Opinion Declining? May 28, 1894

Social Dreamers, April 14, 1902

The Right of Search, March 21, 1904

Common Honesty, May 6, 1907
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1905-06

EDMUND HATFIELD

1978 - Died 1988

Anton Chekhov, January 28, 1980 (N)

The Literature of Death, May 3, 1982

More on the Literature of Death, May 9, 1983 (N)

EDWARD HOWARD HATTON

1924 - Resigned 1926

JOSEPH HAVEN

1874 - Died 1874

FRED VARMILLIA HAWLEY

1904 - Resigned 1912

Fellowship, November 6, 1905

A Study of Religion as the Outgrowth of Industry, March 7, 1910

The Great Illusion, March 11, 1912

PAUL RAMSAY HAWLEY

1951 - Resigned 1958

History Ignores the Intangibles, April 22, 1957 (N)

JOHN SARGENT HAYFORD

1972 - Resigned 1983

Book Review, Sherlock Holmes of Baker Street by William S. Baring-Gould, March 10, 1975

No Capital, April 12, 1976 (N)

DANIEL HAYMAN

1991 – Resigned 2014

Malevolence Wears the False Face of Honesty! The Demons, March 20, 2000 (N)
A Mimetic Tradition, April 26, 2004 (N)
Grapes, April 24, 2006(N)
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1994-95

WILLIAM H. HAZLETT

1941 - Died 1967

FRANKLIN HARVEY HEAD (photograph)

1884 - Died 1914

Shakespeare's Insomnia and the Causes Thereof, May 3, 1886 (N)

(Re-read before the Club by Manly S. Mumford, May 25, 1959)

Browning's "Ivan Ivanovitch," June 18, 1888

Edited and read an "Informal," April 29, 1889

Inaugural Address as President, October 13, 1890

Legends of Jekyll Island, December 5, 1892

The Humor of the Pulpit, October 8, 1895

A Notable Lawsuit (Captain Kidd and the Astor Fortune), January 13, 1896 (N)

(Re-read before the Club by George C. Cassell, April 9, 1951) (Also see Thomas Boal)

The Boodling of Dante and Its Influence on His Work, April 8, 1898

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

Trades Unionism, March 12, 1900

John Fiske, March 31, 1902

The History of the Bacon Folly, April 23, 1906

Reminiscences of Literary Men, April 29, 1912
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1887-88
President, 1890-91

JEROME R. HEAD

1968 - Died 1974

Life and Poetry, November 23, 1970

Political Philosophy of Ibn Khaldun, November 12, 1973 (N)

THEODORE C. HEAGSTEDT

1975 - Resigned 1982

Fleatcote's Formula #5, October 25, 1976 (N)

Don't Goof Up the Incentive, November 5, 1979

Fleatcote Revisited, March 30, 1981 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1978-79
Chair, Publications, 1980-81

GEORGE PETER ALEXANDER HEALEY

1875 - Died 1894

JOHN REARDON HEATH

1925 - Died 1959

Help Wanted: or Life at Dear Old St. Swithin's, May 12, 1930 (N)

Ballyhoo, April 4, 1932 (N)

(Re-read before the Club by William K. Beatty, March 23, 1981)

Black and Tan: The Jamaican Mlange, April 13, 1936 (N)

*The Strange Case of Thomas Wolfe, April 7, 1947(C) (N)

(Re-read before the Club by Clark L. Wagner, November 14, 1994)

Leader, Book Night, March 8, 1948

"Primam Diem, O Consocii Litterarii....." (Presidential Address), October 11, 1948 (N)

The Customs, Politics and Tongue (Ladies' Night Address), March 10, 1952
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1940-41, 1944-45
Chair, Publications, 1947-48, 1951-52
President, 1948-49

FREDERICK SCHILLER HEBARD

1897 - Died 1920

  MOBILE, ALABAMA

Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1913-14

EDWIN L. HECKLER

1960 - Died 1964

The Beef You Eat, December 19, 1960 (N)

C. ANDERSON HEDBERG

1986 -

The Examined Life (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), May 4, 1987

Beauty and Brains (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago -- Odd Couples), March 5, 1999 (N)
*Notes from a Road Show
, February 3, 2003 (C)(N)
My Basement, March 21, 2011(N)

DAVID J. HEFFERNAN

1966 - Resigned 1969

Education -- Potpourri, January 15, 1968 (N)

CSABA HEGYVARY

1977 - Resigned 1993

  BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON

*Dulce et Decorum (Memories of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution), January 29, 1979 (N)

Tours and Detours in Southeast Asia, February 2, 1981 (N)

Dinesen and the Psychology of Literary Creation, December 5, 1983

Hark, The Angels Sing! May 11, 1987 (N)

JOSEPH LUDVIG HEKTOEN

1938 - Died 1950

  WASHINGTON, D.C.

CHARLES DOWNS HELMER

1874 - Died 1879

The Ring, December 21, 1874

CHARLES MATHER HENDERSON

1881 - Resigned 1885

ROBERT JEREMIAH HENDRICKS

1882 - Resigned 1897

THOMAS A. HENDRICKS

1955 - Died 1964

The Times and Tunes of Cole Porter, February 13, 1956

HERMAN H. HENKLE

1955 - Resigned 1960

Cowpox and Human Cussedness, November 18, 1957

RICHARD V. HENRY, JR.

1960 - Resigned 1972

HENRY S. HENSCHEN

1928 - Resigned 1933

RAY D. HENSON

1963 – Died 2009

  SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

Who Knows? November 16, 1964 (N)

PETER B. HERDSON

1968 - Resigned 1990

  RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA

BROOKE HERFORD

1876 - Died 1903

  LONDON, ENGLAND

The Need of More Rest in American Life, October 16, 1876

Labor Troubles, Recent and to Come (Conversation), October 8, 1877

The Sunday Question (Conversation), January 13, 1879

Inaugural Address as President, October 4, 1880

The Land Question in Ireland (Conversation), December 6, 1880

The Greek Play at Harvard (Conversation), May 30, 1881

Aristocracy in America, February 6, 1882

An Old English Township, February 22, 1892
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1878-79
President, 1880-81

RUDOLPH HERING

1886 - Died 1923

  MONTCLAIR, NEW JERSEY

The Evolution of the City, March 19, 1888

DONALD H.J. HERMANN

2000 -
Having the Crown and Marrying, Too:  Alternatives Available to Edward VIII During the Abdication Crisis, October 14, 2002 (N)
The Trial of Charles I: The First War Crimes Trial, February 2, 2004 (N)
Deception and Betrayal: The Tragedy of Alger Hiss, November 14, 2005
Ganesh, November 20, 2006
I’m Back (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago – “I’m Back”), March 7, 2008(N)
Prisoners of War:  The Role of Psychologists and Psychiatrists in Interrogation and Torture, February 16, 2009(N)
Character or Code: What Makes a Good and Ethical Lawyer, April 4, 2011(N)

JAMES BRYAN HERRICK (photograph)

1909 - Died 1954

William Lilly, a Seventeenth Century Astrologer and Quack, January 17, 1916

My Summers in a Garden, March 28, 1921

The Passing of the Family Doctor, April 10, 1922

Why I Read Chaucer at Sixty, January 28, 1924

Auenbrugger and Laennec, the Founders of Physical Diagnosis, February 16, 1925

Obiter Dicta Medica, January 9, 1928

Medical Diagnosis for Laymen, November 17, 1930

Castromediano, a Forgotten Patriot and Martyr of the Italian Risorgimento (Presidential Address), October 5, 1931

More Summers in a Garden, January 21, 1935

The Story of a Good Boy (Ladies' Night Address), January 30, 1939

Memories of Medicine and Medical Men in Chicago 1885 - 1942, December 7, 1942
Offices: 
President, 1931-32
Chair, Publications, 1932-33

JOHN JACOB HERRICK

1876 - Died 1916

The Justice and Expediency of Usury Statutes, May 4, 1885

DAVID B. HERSHENSON

1968 - Resigned 1974

There Nis No Newe Gyse, That It Nas Old, November 29, 1971 (N)

Sic Transit, January 21, 1974 (N)

ROBERT HERVEY

1874 - Resigned 1878

The Genius and Character of Walter Scott, January 4, 1875

PORTER PUFFER HEYWOOD

1881 - Died 1896

HOMER NASH HIBBARD

1874 - Resigned 1897

Edited and read an "Informal," May 21, 1877

The Reform of English Spelling (Conversation), November 10, 1879

Edited and read an "Informal," January 11, 1886

Edited and read an "Informal," January 26, 1891

AUGUSTUS V.M. HIGGINSON

2014 – Resigned 2015

JAMES LAMBERT HIGH

1874 - Died 1898

A Great Chancellor (Lord Eldon), June 3, 1878 (C)

What Shall We Do with the Murderers? (Conversation), February 13, 1882

On Certain Tendencies in the Legal Profession, March 10, 1884

The Evolution of the Mugwump, May 21, 1888

Inaugural Address as President, October 1, 1888

My Hero, December 11, 1893

My Most Remarkable Professional Experience, November 25, 1895
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1877-78
Chair, Officers and Members, 1886-87
President, 1888-89

FREDERICK HENRY HILD

1888 - Resigned 1902

Libraries, December 20, 1897

KNOX HILL (biography)

1987 – Died 2005

Mendel, November 6, 1989 (N)

Chances Are, November 18, 1991 (N)

Fun and Games, November 15, 1993 (N)

Kipling (Annual Reunion Dinner Address), October 7, 1996 (N)

NEWELL DWIGHT HILLIS

1897 - Resigned 1898

John Ruskin, November 8, 1897

The Wit and Humor of David Swing, November 8, 1897

HENRY HOYT HILTON

1902 - Resigned 1904

JOSEPH WATSON HINER

1899 - Resigned 1907

Cranks: An Appreciation, October 8, 1900

Tolstoi's Rank as a Philosopher (Conversation), October 27, 1902

The Message of Shelley to the Twentieth Century, April 9, 1906

EMIL GUSTAV HIRSCH

1881 - Resigned 1913

Reform Judaism (Conversation), November 13, 1882

Edited and read an "Informal," March 31, 1884

The Philosophy of Fashion, October 24, 1887

The Koran, February 29, 1892

An Old Book, March 7, 1892

The New Bible, October 10, 1892

Patriotism, Its Danger and Its Duties (Conversation), March 16, 1896

Woman in Recent Fiction, April 26, 1897

Elements and Tests of Civilization, October 28, 1901

Some Religious Views, December 5, 1904

Heine and Germany, December 12, 1904

An Old Book -- The Talmud, October 30, 1905

Fairy Tales and Myths, January 4, 1909
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1896-97

EDWARD C. HIRSCHLAND

2005 – Resigned 2011
Picture Imperfect, May 15, 2006

RONALD HIRST

2014 -

CHARLES HITCHCOCK

1877 - Died 1881

MAX HJORTSBERG

1876 - Died 1880

ELLSWORTH E. HOFFSTADT

1958 - Died 1976

The Perversity of Inanimate Objects, May 2, 1960 (N)

My Uncle Louis, April 16, 1962

Eddy, November 25, 1963 (N)

Salt, January 12, 1970 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1962-63
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1973-74

THORFIN RUSTIN HOGNESS

1946 - Resigned 1954

*Atomic Energy: The Next Hundred Years, March 6, 1950 (C) (N)

JOHN C. HOLDEN

1974 - Died 1994

Finding the Right Word, March 1, 1976

The Broken Horizon, April 28, 1980

M. L., December 10, 1984 (N)

Patriot to Heaven, October 27, 1986 (N)

Resistance and Surrender, March 7, 1988 (N)

An American Original, February 25, 1991

Isms, April 6, 1992
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1983-84, 1984-85
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1992-93, 1993-94

JESSE HOLDOM

1907 - Resigned 1912

Andreas Hofer, February 17, 1908

RICHARD L. HOLINGER

1981 - Resigned 1992

Selected Poetry and Prose (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), March 29, 1982

The True Commuter and Other Selections, October 31, 1983 (N)

Selections III, February 10, 1986 (N)

Granger Wheeler, November 9, 1987 (N)

Looking Out, November 27, 1989 (N)

JOHN FRANCIS HOLLAND

1909 - Died 1912

ROBERT AFTON HOLLAND

1882 - Died 1909

  ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI

DIXON C. HOLLIS

2010 -
The Princess and the Pea, November 15, 2010
A Man of Wealth and Taste, January 30, 2012

Bushwhacked, February 3, 2014

In the Beginning, December 14, 2015

Offices:

Chair, Rooms and Events, 2016-17

HENRY LEONARD HOLLIS

1899 - Resigned 1907

WILLIAM HARRISON HOLLY

1930 - Died 1958

  TUCSON, ARIZONA

A Forgotten Governor (Ladies' Night Address), October 31, 1932

Tolerance, May 4, 1936

Encyclopaedia Britannica -- Third Edition, March 7, 1938

A Rogue of the Renaissance (Ladies' Night Address), January 29, 1945

This Freedom (Presidential Address), October 8, 1945
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1944-45
President, 1945-46
Chair, Publications, 1948-49

CHARLES BUTLER HOLMES

1888 - Resigned 1914

WILLIAM HENRY HOLMES

1935 - Resigned 1939

CHARLES SUMNER HOLT

1883 - Died 1918

The Future of American Literature (Conversation), December 8, 1884

Sumner and Slavery, March 12, 1894

The Last Roman Republic: 1849, February 20, 1899

A Dante Gabriel Rossetti Poem, December 22, 1902

At the Court of the Great Mogul, February 16, 1903

The Church and the Modern Man, April 17, 1911
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1901-02

GEORGE HUBBARD HOLT

1888 - Died 1924

Gold-Washers, Indians and Big Game, February 4, 1895

Some Local Discoveries and Applications of Art, February 28, 1898

Other People's Talk, February 26, 1900

A Poem by the Ghost of Cervantes, December 22, 1902

Inaugural Address as President, October 9, 1905

Painting by Sunlight (Illustrated by an exposition of the process of color-photography), December 13, 1909

A German's Description of the Fitzsimmons-Corbett Prize Fight (Recitation), May 29, 1911

The Welfare of the Club, October 6, 1913

Since 1852, April 11, 1921
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1904-05
President, 1905-06

McPHERSON HOLT

1922 - Resigned 1926

ELSIE HOLZWARTH

2006 -
The Jury Is Still Out: The Fight for Women on Juries, Particularly in Illinois (Joint Meeting with The Cliff Dwellers), April 19, 2010(N)
Captivated and Buffaloed: The Fascination with Indian Captivity and Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, April 11, 2011(N)
Providence: Abraham Lincoln’s Use of Religious References, April 30, 2012 (N)
Plain? Not this Jane (Austen): Pride and Prejudice Is 200, April 1, 2013(N)
On the March with Sherman Through Georgia and the Carolinas, April 27, 2015

Offices:

Chair, Committee on Rooms and Events, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16

GEORGE R. HOOPER

1961 - Died 1985

Chicago Ain't Ready for Reform Yet, April 4, 1966 (N)

American Aristides, January 11, 1971 (N)

Nutmeg Diplomat, February 24, 1975 (N)

Secretary of a New Nation, April 20, 1981 (N)

HENRY HOOPER

1877 - Resigned 1878

JOHN LAMAR HOPKINS

1918 - Died 1938

CARL E. HORN

1991 - Resigned 1994

Sex and Bourbon, May 4, 1992

HENRY HORNER

1922 - Died 1940

Restless Ashes, April 27, 1925

Restless Ashes II, May 14, 1928

Restless Ashes III, April 27, 1931

CHARLES HOROWITZ

1920 - Resigned 1922

JOHN TOD HORTON

1958 – Resigned 2008

  TROY, NEW YORK

Holland, 1632, May 9, 1960 (N)

Of Purity, April 8, 1968 (N)

Student and Society, March 12, 1973

OLIVER HARVEY HORTON

1879 - Resigned 1902

Crime and Its Punishment (Conversation), October 8, 1888

RALPH HORWEEN

  KESWICK, VIRGINIA

1939 - Died 1997

The Battle of Jutland, May 13, 1940

Admiral Sir William Sidney Smith -- an Episode of Bonaparte and Sea Power in the Eastern Mediterranean, October 19, 1942

Lieut. M.F. Maury, U.S.N., Pathfinder of the Seas, January 20, 1947

Sea Power and D Day -- 1808, May 23, 1949

John Stow, Historian of London 1525 - 1605. A Rendezvous 1959, October 31, 1960 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1951-52

EDWARD DOWNER HOSMER

1877 - Resigned 1895

CLARENCE AUGUSTUS HOUGH

1925 - Died 1935

Constellation Indiana in the Literary Firmament, February 21, 1927

The Wild 1920's (One-half of Ladies' Night program; see Morris Fishbein), March 31, 1930
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1927-28, 1928-29

JAMES LAWRENCE HOUGHTELING

1881 - Resigned 1898

An Orthodox Scientist, June 8, 1885

Some Problems in Benevolence: with Examples (Conversation), March 7, 1887

Hard Times, June 11, 1894

CYRIL O. HOULE

1960 - Died 1998

  SARASOTA, FLORIDA

Two Revolutions and Their Consequences, March 12, 1962

The Uncommon School, January 18, 1965 (N)

(Re-read before the Club by Francis A. Lackner, Jr., March 15, 2010)

The Lengthened Line, February 13, 1967 (N)

*He (Ladies' Night Address), May 25, 1970 (C) (N)

How He Does It, February 28, 1972 (N)

The Founder (Presidential Address), October 8, 1973 (N)

A Dimmed Radiance, April 26, 1976 (N)

How Can You Stand It? January 19, 1981 (N)

Belle (Ladies' Night Address), May 20, 1985 (N)
Offices: 
President, 1973-74

WILLIAM J. HOWELL

1977 - Died 1995

See Also Terrorism, February 19, 1979 (N)

An American Leonardo, November 10, 1986 (N)

Baron of Tilton, Bloomsbury-Bugger, Country Squire, Speculator, Don, March 21, 1988
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1989-90

HENRY WRIGHT HOWES

1921 - Resigned 1925

GEORGE HOWLAND

1874 - Died 1892

The American College (Conversation), March 12, 1877

A Metrical Translation, November 15, 1880

The Vice-Presidency (Conversation), November 14, 1881

What Shall We Teach Our Boys? May 8, 1882

Inaugural Address as President, October 2, 1882

What Was the Matter with Hamlet? December 14, 1884

Patriotism vs. Philanthropy, February 16, 1885

The Purpose of the Public Schools, May 4, 1891
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1879-80
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1881-82
President, 1882-83

GEORGE CARTER HOWLAND

1895 - Resigned 1914

San Marino, the Oldest Republic in the World, May 4, 1896

Machiavelli, February 8, 1897

Contemporary Spanish Drama, October 9, 1899

Some Memories of the Spanish Stage, January 8, 1900

Dante, December 2, 1901

A Review of Longfellow's Life and Work, February 17, 1905

Gabriele D'Annunzio, November 13, 1905

Luigi Settembrini, March 2, 1908

Frederic Mistral, November 8, 1909

Arnold Bennett, November 13, 1911

A Legend of Imperial Toledo, February 2, 1914

WALTER MORTON HOWLAND

1884 - Died 1911

  AMHERST, MASSACHUSETTS

A Trip Through the Berkshires, December 18, 1899
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1900-01

THOMAS HOYNE

1875 - Resigned 1882

JAMES JAUNCEY HOYT

1875 - Died 1924

  KATONAH, NEW YORK

JOSEPH DERWIN HUBBARD

1894 - Resigned 1902

WILLIAM HAMMOND HUBBARD

1890 - Died 1908

Alaskan Experiences, February 27, 1899

Reminiscences of Alexander Graham Bell and the Telephone in 1875 - 76, April 16, 1906

JOHN W. HUFFMAN

1959 - Resigned 1975

  PENTWATER, MICHIGAN

An Equinoctial Fantasy, May 15, 1961 (N)

Verdigris, October 21, 1963 (N)

Derby and Six Guns, March 10, 1969 (N)

The Lady in the Tower, February 1, 1971

Pete's Family, March 18, 1974 (N)

THOMAS HUGHES (Honorary) (Biography)

1883 - Died 1896

  BRIGHTON, ENGLAND

CHARLES HENRY HULBURD

1892 - Resigned 1912

MORTON DENISON HULL

1901 - Resigned 1914

Charles Sumner, March 14, 1904

BEN L. HUME

1951 - Died 1994

  EATONTON, GEORGIA

A Man from Down Under, March 8, 1954 (N)

The Invitation to Live, January 28, 1957 (N)

The Happiest Man I Ever Knew, February 15, 1960 (N)

Tone of a Dignified Business, February 5, 1962
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1958-59
Corresponding Secretary, 1959-60

ROBERT ALLAN HUME

1967 - Resigned 1982

  OLD GREENWICH, CONNECTICUT

An Incredible Discovery, April 20, 1970 (N)

THEODORE CARSWELL HUME

1935 - Died 1942

  CLAREMONT, CALIFORNIA

A Rebel Against Reason, January 25, 1937

Conscience and Compromise, November 21, 1938

HAROLD ROE HUNGERFORD

1967 – Died 2008

  SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA

The Pregnant Muse, December 2, 1968 (N)

Marvelous Butterfly, March 13, 1972

Though China Fall, April 8, 1974 (N)

(Re-read before the Club by Francis A. Lackner, Jr., March 28, 2011)

Reading Up, January 24, 1983 (N)

*Sheep, Goats, and Chinese Encyclopedias, February 2, 1987 (N)

*Conversation, January 14, 1991 (N)

JAMES ANTHONY HUNT

1875 - Resigned 1897

The English in India, December 2, 1878

Incidents of Travel, October 19, 1896
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1895-96

GEORGE LELAND HUNTER

1893 - Resigned 1900

HENRY ALONZO HUNTINGTON (photograph)

1874 - Died 1907

A Neglected Author, December 4, 1876

A Predecessor of Tennyson, November 5, 1877

A Royal Cook's Wife (Mrs. Centlivre), May 5, 1879

Actor, Soldier, and Poet, October 11, 1880

Inaugural Address as President, October 1, 1883

Demetrios Bikelas, February 22, 1892

Personal Recollections of the Early Days of the Club, March 13, 1899
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1880-81
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1882-83
President, 1883-84

FRANCIS J. HURLEY

1939 - Resigned 1972

  ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA

Recollections of a Claim Adjuster, January 31, 1944

The Elizabeth Canning Case, October 22, 1945

Portrait of a Modern Hero, February 7, 1949 (N)

A Neglected Classic, October 22, 1951

The Letters of Lawrence of Arabia, February 28, 1955 (N)

STEPHEN EDWARD HURLEY

1934 - Died 1955

The Horatian Trail, January 18, 1937 (N)

Quiet, Please, January 9, 1939 (N)

Nonchalance (Ladies' Night Address), October 30, 1939 (N)

Chance, November 2, 1942 (N)

Men of Lawe, October 18, 1943 (N)

Anticlimax, February 4, 1946 (N)

The Literary Club (Presidential Address), October 6, 1947 (N)

Old Stuff, May 21, 1951 (N)

Je Ne Sais Quoi, April 27, 1953 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1938-39
President, 1947-48

WENDY COWLES HUSSER

2003-Resigned 2012
So Many Men; So Little Time, December 17, 2007

CHARLES LAWRENCE HUTCHINSON (Biography)

(see also biographical article: Notz, Charles Hutchinson and His Professionals, November 19, 2001)

1884 - Died 1924

Art: Its Excellence and Influence in Modern Times, March 14, 1887

Ecco Roma, December 16, 1889

The So-Called Moro and Loto Portraits of Columbus, October 3, 1892

The Land of Yesterday and Tomorrow, April 8, 1895

The Business Man of the Future, October 28, 1895

India, December 13, 1897

Stray Thoughts About Russia, October 29, 1900

Notes of a Traveler in Italy, November 14, 1904

An Automobile Tour in France, January 14, 1906

Inaugural Address as President, October 7, 1907

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

Payne and Shorey: The Two Antipholi (Verses), October 2, 1911

Art and Democracy, January 5, 1914

The Administration of Woodrow Wilson, February 1, 1915

Art and Artists, April 17, 1916 (N)

The War in Retrospect, May 17, 1920

The Development of Art Museums in the United States, January 24, 1921

After Nature, Art, January 22, 1923
Offices: 
President, 1907-08

CHARLES CHENEY HYDE

1900 - Resigned 1906

JAMES NEVINS HYDE (Biography) (photograph)

1875 - Died 1910

The African Republic, April 2, 1877

National Traits in Medicine, January 10, 1881

The Two Stonewalls, January 15, 1883

One Night: A Sketch, January 26, 1885

Some of the Consequences of Eating Historical Strawberries, February 6, 1888

Inaugural Address as President, October 14, 1889

Glimpses of a Twice-Fought Field; with incidental reference to a disused weapon of war, May 4, 1891

A Cruise to Carrickfergus, February 6, 1893

Leisler, March 5, 1894

A Sprig of Rosemary (Verses), March 19, 1894

Lore of the Coin, April 5, 1897

Morituri Salutamus (Poem), October 3, 1898

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

The Romance of a White Rose of York, April 23, 1900

Verses by the Shade of Omar Khyyam, December 22, 1902

The Receiving Ships of the Navy During the War of the Rebellion, February 16, 1903

The Marquis de la Ensenada, October 24, 1904

A Gentleman Adventurer in the Days of the Tudors, January 28, 1906

An Elizabethan Adventurer, April 22, 1907

The Copper Queen of the Mediterranean; with incidental reference to a brave but foolish knight who first won ....and then sold her: being the story of the Island of Cyprus, February 14, 1910
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1887-88
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1885-86
President, 1889-90
Chair, Publications, 1899-1900, 1900-01

JAMES THOMAS HYDE

1874 - Resigned 1876

WILLIAM H. HYDE, JR.

1947 - Resigned 1982

The Gold in the Far-off Hills, January 31, 1949

Adventures in Outer Space, February 8, 1954

The Frozen Dinner, March 30, 1959

The Fire Lands, March 11, 1968 (N)

HARRY SIGMUND HYMAN

1913 - Died 1941

Terra Incognita, November 12, 1917

Subiaco, May 10, 1920

The Modern Babel, May 5, 1924

The Golden Fleece, January 26, 1925

The New Orientation, January 10, 1927

The Lost Art, March 4, 1929

The Two Oracles. An Imaginary Conversation. March 12, 1934

Mann -- Historian and Artist, February 26, 1940

Sour Grapes -- Apologia pro Senectute (Presidential Address), October 7, 1940
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1932-33
President, 1940-41

JAMES A. HYNES

1986 - Resigned 1987

The Leech Factor, April 13, 1987 (N)