BRIAN M. JACK

1988 -

Brisen, February 27, 1989 (N)

THEODORE M. JACKANICZ

2007 – Resigned 2012
A Volkswagen for Him, A Mercedes for Her, April 12, 2010 (N)

HUNTINGTON WOLCOTT JACKSON (In Memoriam)

1874 - Died 1901

Edited and read an "Informal," March 17, 1879

Gettysburg, March 20, 1882

Chancellorsville, October 20, 1884
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1878-79
Chair, Officers and Members, 1890-91, 1898-99

JONATHON WORTH JACKSON

1907 - Resigned 1913

JULIAN J. JACKSON

1947-Died 1996

A First in Obligation, April 4, 1949

Happy New Year, February 25, 1952

My Year with the General, November 2, 1953

Money Wasn't Everything, November 1, 1954

Goofy Is the Word, December 2, 1956 (N)

Collector's Item, January 19, 1959 (N)

Relativity (Presidential Address), October 5, 1959 (N)

A Translation by Eleanor and Julian Jackson, December 18, 1961

Prepublication Excerpts, December 2, 1963

A State Dental History Can Be Fun, January 10, 1966

Leader, Book Night (four reviews), January 9, 1967 (N)

Book Review, The Shadow of Blooming Grove by Francis Russell, December 15, 1969

A Century of -- What? November 30, 1970

So What Else Is New? November 18, 1974 (N)

Half of the Fun, November 1, 1976 (N)

Demons, Old and New, November 13, 1978 (N)

Born Jackson, November 17, 1980 (N)

Back and Forth, November 16, 1981 (N)

The Willard King Caper, November 15, 1982 (N)

The Right Place at the Right Time, April 1, 1985 (N)

Sister Rosalind, October 13, 1986 (N)

Six, Twelve, Five and Tenish, November 21, 1988 (N)

Yesterday, Today, and Perhaps Tomorrow, November 19, 1990
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1957-58
President, 1959-60
Chair, Publications, 1974-75

MAURICE M. JACKSON

1959 - Resigned 1976

  MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA

Catharsis, January 11, 1960 (N)

Bon Pour Nichol, January 7, 1963 (N)

Yo Soy Uno Panadero de Chicago, May 2, 1966 (N)

A Good Listener, February 8, 1971 (N)

Trattoria Tonino, May 14, 1973 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1969-70

GEORGE T. JACOBI

1964 -

  MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN

In Search of Homunculus, October 31, 1966 (N)

On the Rocks, February 14, 1972 (N)

Balls, November 11, 1974 (N)

HENRY DOWNING JACOBS

1910 - Not Known

SAMUEL JACOBSOHN

1944 - Died 1961

Teleology -- Old and New, February 5, 1951 (N)

AUGUSTUS JACOBSON

1877 - Resigned 1895

Birth Training, October 7, 1878

American Problems, May 15, 1882

The Railroad Question, October 11, 1886

RICHARD JOSEPH JACOBSON

1991 – Resigned 2010

Loomings, March 16, 1992 (N)

TIMOTHY C. JACOBSON

1983 - Resigned 1989

On the Edges of Things, January 30, 1989 (N)

KENNETH JAGGERS

1997 – Resigned 2013
  CORONA DEL MAR, CALIFORNIA
Mr. Greenberg, May 10, 2004 (N)

ROGER JAHNCKE

1985 -

  NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The Kurpark, February 9, 1987 (N)

Beyond the Strand, February 13, 1989 (N)

EDMUND JANES JAMES

1898 - Died 1925

  COVINA, CALIFORNIA

The Federal Judiciary as a Check upon the Growth of Federal Power, February 2, 1903

The Relation of the Federal Judiciary to the Federal Legislative Power, May 9, 1904

The Development of Educational Consciousness in the State of Illinois, March 27, 1911

JOHN ALEXANDER JAMESON

1874 - Resigned 1887

Culture and Professional Life, March 15, 1875

Is Our Civilization Perishable? January 14, 1884

The Federation of the World, May 31, 1886
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1874-75

THOMAS CUMMING MacMILLIAN JAMIESON

1936 - Resigned 1938

JAMES WALKER JANNEY

1906 - Resigned 1908

JONATHAN JANOTT

2013 –

  SAWYER, MICHIGAN

KENNETH W. JARVIS

1960 - Resigned 1976

  SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA

Five Hours in the Bramble-Bushes, or Frustration and Fulfillment, October 8, 1962 (N)

JAMES CLARKE JEFFERY

1914 - Died 1924

Some Jumping-off Places of the Human Mind, March 19, 1917

Our Hunting Trip, November 19, 1917

The Extent of Our Belief in the So-called Supranormal, March 14, 1921

The Coming of the Ice, January 16, 1922

Adventures in Spirit Land (not very serious) April 14, 1924

Here and There in the By-ways of Justice, October 13, 1924
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1918-19

FRANK Le BARON JENNEY

1911 - Died 1949

WILLIAM Le BARON JENNEY (Biography)

1878 - Resigned 1896

The Fossils of History, April 16, 1883

Personal Reminiscences of Vicksburg, December 14, 1885

An Age of Steel, October 27, 1890

ELWOOD V. JENSEN

1963 – Resigned 2001

  TULLINGE, SWEDEN

High Point, April 12, 1965 (N)

Phnoms of Khmer, January 5, 1970 (N)

JOHN WILLIAM JERAK

1993 – Resigned 1997

36-24-38, Yin Yang, Doodle-do, April 1, 1996

MARCUS W. JERNIGAN

1930 - Resigned 1938

Superstition Laid Low. The First Battle in New England, February 16, 1931

New Dealers and Social Planning During the American Revolution, March 11, 1935

SOLOMON JESMER

1969 - Died 1987

The Evil Genius of Russia, October 26, 1970 (N)

An Immigrant, October 28, 1974 (N)

THEODORE JESSUP

1900 - Resigned 1932

A Journal of Civilization, November 18, 1901

Starved Rock and Its Neighborhood, December 18, 1905 (N)

A Banking Bugaboo: The Guaranty of Bank Deposits, May 17, 1915

*Illinois State Parks, April 10, 1916 (N)

Silvertail, May 20, 1918

The Letter V, February 14, 1921

The Everglades Mystery (Story), October 30, 1922

A Review of Kane's "Romance and Tragedy of Banking," December 10, 1923

Hobbies, January 3, 1927
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1917-18, 1918-19
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1919-20
Chair, Publications, 1925-26

JAMES STEWART JEWELL

1876 - Resigned 1882

The Present Condition of the Darwinian Theory, October 1, 1877

JOHN NELSON JEWETT

1876 - Resigned 1893

Newspaper Literature (Conversation), November 12, 1877

The Authority of Legislation over Private Rights and Private Property (Conversation), January 3, 1881

Are We Drifting? (Conversation), January 3, 1887

The Methods and Purposes of Public Education, February 13, 1888

DAVID SUMNER JOHNSON

1876 - Died 1903

  SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS

EVERETT A. JOHNSON

1952 - Resigned 1954

FRANK SEWARD JOHNSON

1884 - Died 1922

  LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

Astrology, January 6, 1890

The Healing Art in the Past and the Present, May 3, 1897

Nervous and Mental Influences upon Health, October 22, 1900

Books as Pictures of the Past (Conversation), February 6, 1905 (N)

The Romance of Science, January 20, 1908

The Intrinsic Potentials of Matter, May 9, 1910

Beauty, December 2, 1912

"What Is Life?" -- a Continuation, January 18, 1915

Human Nature, January 22, 1917
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1913-14
Chair, Officers and Members, 1916-17

GEORGE DANA JOHNSON

1988 - Resigned 1990

HERRICK JOHNSON

1881 - Resigned 1898

The Special Demands of the Country upon the Educated Men of this Generation, December 18, 1882

Fraternal Relations (Conversation), November 12, 1883

Thinkers and the Risks They Run, February 7, 1887

Then and Now, January 30, 1888

The Imagination in Science and Religion, December 15, 1890

The Reformative and Retributive Element Under Law, February 19, 1894
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1892-93

HJALMAR W. JOHNSON

1964 - 1981

  VALPARAISO, INDIANA

The Lincoln Highway, December 7, 1970 (N)

HOSMER ALLEN JOHNSON (In Memoriam)

1874 - Died 1891

Life: What Do We Know About It? May 20, 1876

Inaugural Address as President, June 24, 1876

Preventive Medicine, February 18, 1884

Mystery in Medicine (Conversation), April 18, 1887

Medical Memories, March 19, 1888
Offices: 
President, 1876-77

JAMES GIBSON JOHNSON

1892 - Died 1905

  FARMINGTON, CONNECTICUT

The Scholar's Debt, November 14, 1892

A Neglected Chapter of Our Colonial History (The Siege of Louisburg), February 15, 1897

LORENZO M. JOHNSON

1883 - Died 1904

PAUL SVEINBJORN JOHNSON

1964 - Resigned 1968

ROBERT B. JOHNSON

1992 - Resigned 1994

Safari, November 9, 1992

BRUCE JOHNSTONE

1941 - Died 1967

  INVERNESS, CALIFORNIA

ARCHIE JONES

1959 - Resigned 1972

  MARSHALL, MINNESOTA

Cops, Robbers and Other Heroes, January 23, 1961 (N)

The Liberal Arts, March 15, 1965
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1962-63

BARBARA JONES

(Member, The Fortnightly of Chicago)
The Writer’s Craft and Excellence in the Mundane (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago), March 7, 2003

DAVID BENTON JONES

1888 - Died 1923

Is the Despotic Socialism of General Booth a Safe Way Out of Darkest England? March 9, 1891

What Is There in the Sunday Question? December 19, 1892

The Indecision of Democracy, April 6, 1896
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1896-97

HENRY WEBSTER JONES

1876 - Resigned 1883

LLEWELLYN JONES

1915 - Died 1960

  CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS

Some Unimported Poetry, February 21, 1916

Two Utopias, November 13, 1916 (N)

The Poetic Forms Used by Whitman, December 1, 1919

Recent Poetry and Fiction, March 15, 1920

Bishop Wilson of Sodor and Mann, 1698 - 1755, January 10, 1921 (N)

Lascelles Abercrombie: Poet and Critic, April 7, 1924

Poetry: Good, Minor and Bad, January 25, 1926

James Branch Cabell and Romance, April 2, 1928

Omniscience, or How to Be a Literary Editor (Ladies' Night Address), April 29, 1929 (N)

The Philosophy of John Dewey, December 2, 1929

Get Right With God, or the Gospel According to Freud, March 14, 1932 (N)

The Newspaper as a Form of Literature, December 11, 1933 (N)

Scandinavian Adventures, February 1, 1937 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1933-34

SAMUEL MINOT JONES

1885 - Resigned 1897

THOMAS DAVIES JONES

1880 - Died 1930

The Relation of the National Executive to Congress, January 25, 1886

The Referendum, April 4, 1892

WALTER CLYDE JONES

1906 - Died 1928

Preparedness, March 6, 1916

WILLIAM G. JONES

2004 –
Some Fields Are in the City, March 28, 2005 (N)
The Houses in Between (Short Paper Night)
, December 10, 2007 (N)
Dr. Bright’s Patient, February 15, 2010 (N)

Orpheus in Texas, January 20, 2014 (N)

Artesian Wells, Hackberry Trees, and Incubating Eggs, May 9, 2016

EDWIN OAKES JORDAN

1905 - Resigned 1909

The Drainage Canal Case, February 25, 1907

ROBERT H. JORDAN, JR.

2012 -
*The Length of Each Broadcast News Paradigm Is Shorter Than the Preceding One, October 15, 2012 (N)

I’ve Got Rhythm, You’ve Got Rhythm, All God’s Children Got Rhythm”, March 26, 2018

THOMAS J. JOYCE

1986 - Resigned 1990

Van Apple Bradley and Friends, February 22, 1988

CLAY JUDSON

1926 - Died 1960

Old Kentucky Letters, November 26, 1928 (N)

HARRY PRATT JUDSON

1907 - Resigned 1923

A Wandering Dutchman of the XVIth Century, March 9, 1908

Walter Scott, February 21, 1910

What Is There Left of International Law? February 28, 1916

Persia, February 9, 1920

FREDERIC T. JUNG

1949 - Died 1998

The Schoolteacher and His Son: A Tale of The Thirty Years' War, February 20, 1950 (N)

Gottfried Keller-Vitalis, the Fanatical Monk: A Translation, February 1, 1954 (N)

Jots, Tittles, and Bits, March 4, 1957 (N)

Book Review, "Purely Academic" by Stringfellow Barr, March 17, 1958 (N)

Woods and Wagons, January 5, 1959 (N)

Royal Fantasies, March 28, 1960 (N)

The Owner of the "Susie Chipman," February 19, 1962

The Reluctant Existentialist, November 18, 1963 (N)

Three Adventures, November 14, 1966 (N)

Confronting the Unpredictable (Presidential Address), October 13, 1969 (N)

Aquis Submersus, January 24, 1972 (N)

All Is Forgiven, November 5, 1973 (N)

Spleneticus, December 8, 1975

The Story of Yellowbird, November 6, 1978 (N)

An Exciting Old Book: 1737, December 1, 1980 (N)

Moment of Truth, November 1, 1982 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1958-59
Chair, Publications, 1961-62
President, 1969-70