WARREN C. INGERSOLL

1982 - Resigned 1993

  DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA

Richard III, a Much Maligned Monarch, February 21, 1983 (N)

The Tudor Rose, March 17, 1986 (N)

George B. McClellan and the Creation of the Army of the Potomac, March 27, 1989 (N)
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1986-87

DWIGHT J. INGLE

1962 - Died 1978

  RAPID CITY, MICHIGAN

From A to F, November 4, 1963 (N)

What the Queen Said, December 6, 1965 (N)

Good Show, May 12, 1969 (N)

Tinkerbell in Ever-Ever Land, January 17, 1972 (N)

Johnny-Too-Late, October 23, 1972 (N)

Nick, April 7, 1975 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1971-72

SAMUEL INSULL, JR.

1963 - Resigned 1972

The Pinions of the Eagles, November 23, 1964 (N)

Where Was the First Team? November 7, 1966 (N)

Elizabeth's Hero -- And Anheuser's Too, December 9, 1968

The Blue, The Gray and The Green, March 22, 1971

EDWIN N. IRONS

1966 - Died 1968

ERNEST E. IRONS

1958 - Died 1959

The Mystery of the Death of Sir Joshua Reynolds, October 27, 1958 (N)

ALEXANDER J. ISAACS

1946 - Died 1975

Cousin Antony and the Parson, April 10, 1950

Leader, Book Night, December 10, 1951

36759013, March 14, 1955 (N)

Leader, Book Night, Collected Poems by e.e. cummings, November 26, 1956 (N)

Clinton Interlude, October 12, 1959 (N)

Leader, Book Night (three papers), November 28, 1960 (N)

Book Review, February 18, 1963 (N)

Affectionately Yours, February 3, 1964 (N)

Wilmot, January 4, 1971

Book Review, The Adventures of a Treasure Hunter by Charles P. Everitt, March 5, 1973 (N)

The Queen's List, April 15, 1974 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1953-54
Corresponding Secretary, 1967-68, 1968-69, 1969-70, 1970-71

EDWARD SWIFT ISHAM

1874 - Died 1902

Proudhon as a Social Phenomenon, February 19, 1877

Tumulto dei Ciompi, February 3, 1879

Pompey, March 5, 1883

Louis de Buade, Comte de Frontenac, and Miles Standish in the Northwest, November 30, 1885

Ethan Allen: A Study in Civil Authority, May 10, 1897