ALBERT MARTIN KALES

1902 - Resigned 1907

"Lady Rose's Daughter": An Appreciation, May 4, 1903

Lines on a Sunset Behind Monadnock, November 7, 1904

The Will of an English Gentlemen of Moderate Fortune, March 19, 1906 (N)

JOHN DAVIS KALES

1891 - Resigned 1899

Methods Used in the Development of Science, May 7, 1894

JOHN J. KAKACEK

1991 - Resigned 1992

ROBERT M. KARTON

1999 – Resigned 2013

*Hearts and Flowers, February 21, 2000 (C)(N)

AMY APFEL KASS

1997 - Resigned 2001

*Sons and Fathers: The Education of Telemachos (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), April 20, 1998 (C)(N)

JEROME KAVKA

1979 - Resigned 1981

"Olson Saved My Life" -- Ezra Pound, November 23, 1981 (N)

EDWIN ROULETTE KEEDY

1913 - Died 1958

  PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

ROBERT KEELEY

2008 – Resigned 2010

CHAUNCEY KEEP

1906 - Died 1929

WILLIAM BRISTOL KEEP

1886 - Resigned 1896

EDSON KEITH, JR.

1891 - Resigned 1906

Voltaire at Ferney, December 4, 1893

ELBRIDGE GERRY KEITH

1876 - Died 1905

The Relation of Education to Universal Suffrage (Conversation), April 4, 1881

The Fourth of July and Its Observance (Conversation), December 11, 1882

A Business-Man's Impressions of Silas Lapham, January 4, 1886

Business in the Past, October 28, 1895

A Notable National Convention, March 10, 1902
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1887-88

JAMES PEACOCK KELLY

1880 - Died 1888

Edited and read an "Informal," May 1, 1882

ARTHUR ISAAC KENDALL

1921 - Resigned 1933

Ecuador, October 23, 1922

Science, Biology, and Religion, November 5, 1923

HENRY HERBERT KENNEDY

1913 - Resigned 1924

Varieties of Peace, January 14, 1918

JAMES KENNEY

2012 – Resigned 2013

Seachange, (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), January 28, 2013

WILLIAM KENT

1900 - Died 1928

  KENTFIELD, CALIFORNIA

Scraps from the Great American Frying Pan, December 3, 1900

Historical Vignettes, January 11, 1904

Res Indigestae, November 27, 1905

(Re-read before the Club by Ernst W. Puttkammer, October 23, 1933)

Shake: Personal Reminiscences of the San Francisco Earthquake, November 26, 1906

My Political Beginnings (Read by Carl B. Roden), January 4, 1926

WILLIAM D. KERR, JR.

2011 -

Laura’s First Ladies, January 5, 2015

SAMUEL HUMES KERFOOT, JR.

1882 - Resigned 1898

Edited and read an "Informal," November 20, 1882

KARL KONRAD KESSLER

1915 - Resigned 1918

MEYER KESTNBAUM

1941 - Died 1960

Six Days Shalt Thou Labor, December 4, 1944 (N)

Labor Pains, March 3, 1947 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, A Study of History by Toynbee, December 1, 1947 (N)

Book Night, Education in a Divided World, December 13, 1948 (N)

Of Justice, December 19, 1949 (N)

The Translator General, March 9, 1953 (N)

Of the Reading of Books, (Ladies' Night Address), March 29, 1954 (N)

Of the People, May 27, 1957
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1947-48

ROBERT DANA KESTNBAUM

1961 - Resigned 1966

HANSJUERGEN W. KIENAST (biography)

1978 – Died 2004

  PEORIA, ILLINOIS

Poet-Engineer of the Brain: The Life and Work of the Maverick Carl Ludwig Schleich, January 7, 1980 (N)

Mid Pleasures and Palaces, January 11, 1982 (N)

Glowing With Love, January 9, 1984 (N)

Meetings and Mis-meetings, February 29, 1988

Borderline Images, December 18, 1989 (N)

To Be Awake Is Everything, December 2, 1991

Royal Connections, February 22, 1993

Where It All Began, February 3, 1997 (N)

DANFORTH KILLIPS

1961 - Died 1996

  TUCSON, ARIZONA

Keep the Press Going: Nephew Must Graduate and Third Cousin Must Get Well, November 12, 1962 (N)

The Changing Wild Blue Yonder, April 19, 1965 (N)

Who Needs Enemies? January 13, 1969 (N)

One of a Kind, January 29, 1973 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1965-66
Chair, Publications, 1973-74

HENRY WILLIAM KING

1882 - Resigned 1894

The Administration of Public Charity, March 15, 1886

LESTER KING

1953 - Died 1997

Plato and the Statue of Liberty, November 30, 1953 (N)

Quack and Empirick, November 5, 1956 (N)

Book Review, Gouverneur Morris by Beatrice C. Davenport, November 24, 1958 (N)

Weltering in Gore, February 29, 1960 (N)

Homo Sapiens Ovocraniatus, May 7, 1962

Mediaevalism Up To Date, October 12, 1964 (N)

Confessions of a. ......, March 4, 1968 (N)

*Bernard and Peter, March 8, 1971 (C) (N)

(Re-read before the Club by William K. Beatty, February 2, 1976)

Book Review, The Albigensian Crusade by Joseph R. Strayer, December 13, 1971 (N)

Book Review, The Desert Locust by Stanley Baron, March 5, 1973 (N)

"...... du temps perdu," April 1, 1974 (N)

Quaint and Curious Volumes ......, January 31, 1977 (N)

How High Is an Ivory Tower? March 22, 1982

Lessons, November 12, 1990

Miniver Cheevy, May 3, 1993
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1963-64
Chair, Publications, 1969-70

LOWELL R. KING

1974 - Resigned 1981

Almost Venezuela, December 5, 1977 (N)

THOMAS G. KING

2009 -
The President’s Judge, May 2, 2011
Book Review, The Schleppers, or a Boutique Law Firm (a review of The Litigators by John Grisham), April 23, 2012
(N)

WILLARD LEROY KING (Photograph)

1922 - Died 1981

A Pioneer Court of Last Resort, October 27, 1924 (N)

Insane Delusions, October 25, 1926

Notes on Cheese, April 28, 1930 (N)

Letters, January 11, 1937 (N)

Semantics, January 16, 1939 (N)

Meiosis, February 12, 1940 (N)

Two Cultures (Presidential Address), October 6, 1941 (N)

Our Most Celebrated Member, March 5, 1945 (N)

Melville Fuller's Early Days in Chicago (Ladies' Night Address), January 27, 1947

Leader, Book Night, March 7, 1949

David Davis, May 5, 1952

Lincoln Picks a Cabinet, November 29, 1954 (N)

Lincoln, the Lawyer, March 11, 1957 (N)

The Milligan Case, April 27, 1959

The Amateur Historian, December 12, 1960 (N)

Book Review (Book Night on the Civil War), November 27, 1961 (N)

Lincoln at Gettysburg, March 30, 1964 (N)

Leader, Book Night, January 31, 1966

Leader, Book Night, December 16, 1968 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, Diary by Samuel Pepys, March 29, 1971 (N)

Sir Alexander Cadogan, April 23, 1973 (N)

*Our Most Famous Lady (Ladies' Night Address), May 20, 1974 (C) (N)

Illinois Copperheads, February 14, 1977 (N)

The Case That Made Lincoln, December 15, 1980
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1929-30
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1931-32, 1932-33, 1933-34, 1934-35, 1935-36, 1936-37, 1938-39, 1939-40
President, 1941-42

WILLIAM HENRY KING

1874 - Resigned 1880

WILLIAM H. KING, JR.

1940 - Died 1961

A Yankee Lawyer in the Courts of Cook County, March 16, 1942 (N)

Bacteria in 321 U.S., February 26, 1945 (N)

Amendment Is Not Sin, January 19, 1948 (N)

Freedom on Trial, May 3, 1954 (N)

I Decline to Answer, April 14, 1958

JOSEPH KINNEBREW

2013 – Resigned 2014

JOSEPH KIRKLAND

1874 - Died 1894

Travel and Travelers, April 5, 1875

Edited and read an "Informal," December 6, 1875

Edited and read an "Informal," March 18, 1878

Edited and read an "Informal," October 21, 1878

Chicago, November 29, 1880

Protection (Conversation), May 14, 1883

Personal Acquaintance with Bryant, April 20, 1885

What to Leave Unsaid in Fiction, October 25, 1886

The Wreck of the Pioneer, November 14, 1887

The Running Fight, May 6, 1889

The Nicaragua Canal, November 2, 1891

Literary Men of Chicago, October 3, 1892

The Wreck of the Agua, November 7, 1892

The Oo-ga-roo, February 27, 1893

The World's Congress of Cripples, November 13, 1893
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1883-84

ABRAHAM SAMUEL KISSEL

1874 - Resigned 1876

C. FREDERICK KITTLE

1995 – Resigned 2011

There's More to Doyle Than Holmes! (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), April 10, 1995 (N)

Arthur Conan Doyle Visits Chicago -- 1894, October 25, 1999 (N)

GILBERT KLAPPER

2003 -
Questions of Fraud, April 11, 2005 (N)
The Music Was Not to Blame, October 30, 2006(N)
Three Poems (Poetry Night), January 28, 2008(N)
EUREKA! And Then ‘DELAY’, April 6, 2009(N)
Tell Me, What Have I Lost? Presidential Address, October 8, 2012(N)
Strays, May 16, 2016(N)
Offices:
Chair, Publications, 2008-09, 2009-10
Secretary, 2011-12
President, 2012-13
Chair, Officers and Members, 2013-14

HAROLD D. KLATZ (biography)

1963 - Died 2001

Song of the Birds, March 14, 1965

Tommy's Philharmonic, February 28, 1977

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, Cadenza by Erich Leinsdorf (Read by William K. Beatty), April 30, 1979 (N)

JOHN W. KLOOSTER

1993 -

To Bard or Not to Bard, January 22, 1996

The Time Line, January 5, 1998 (N)

Profiles: Mayo et al., October 15, 2001

WILLIAM H. KNOSPE

1973 -

  ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO

In Cities Little Else But the Works of Men, March 24, 1975 (N)

Crook, April 17, 1978 (N)

Sabbatical, February 7, 1983 (N)

Kokomo, January 21, 1985 (N)

The Admirable Faculties of the Blood, March 16, 1987 (N)

A Renaissance Man, April 3, 1989 (N)

Land of Enchantment, February 18, 1991 (N)

Bibliomania (Presidential Address), October 7, 1991 (N)

For the Common Convenience of the Learned, January 17, 1994 (N)

Clubs (Closing Meeting Address), May 20, 1996 (N)

Wah-to-yah and High Tartary: Literary Odysseys Along Remote Desert Tracts, May 11, 1998 (N)

A Sense of Place, May 8, 2000 (N)
Back to Berlin, May 5, 2003 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1982-83, 1988-89
Chair, Publications, 1990-91
President, 1991-92

JOHN HARRIS KNOWLES

1880 - Resigned 1882

JAMES A. KNOX, JR.

2015 –

Narrows Escape from Good View (New Member Short Paper Night), January 23, 2017

JOHN KNOX

1950 - Died 1997

Experience as Law Clerk to Mr. Justice McReynolds, Part I, May 4, 1953

Experience as Law Clerk to Mr. Justice McReynolds, Part II, January 4, 1954

Four Unpublished Eyewitness Accounts Written by Participants in the American Civil War (1861 - 1865), October 24, 1977 (N)

Unpublished Eyewitness Accounts by British Aviators in World War I (All Shot Down by Baron Manfred von Richthofen), March 26, 1979

THOMAS KNUDTSON

2015 –

The Industrialist and the New Bauhaus, January 11, 2016

THEODORE W. KOCH

Synopsis of Dante: The Man and His Work (Symposium), January 3, 1921 (C) (N) (W)

MICHAEL J. KOENIGSKNECHT

2008 -
A Generation, or Two, April 13, 2009
(N)
Who Knew?! (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago -- “Who Knew?!”), March 5, 2010
(N)
Now and Then, May 7, 2012 (N)

Come What Will, March 30, 2015

Que Sera, Sera (Presidential Address), October 5, 2015 (N)

On the Downbeat, Please! (Joint Meeting with The Cliff Dwellers, April 17, 2017
Offices:
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 2012-13, 2013-14

President, 2015-16

Chair, Officers and Members, 2016-17

KAUFMAN KOHLER

1874 - Resigned 1876

Myths and Miracles, October 19, 1874

GWIN J. KOLB

1983 - Resigned 1987

A Harmless Drudge (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), November 7, 1983 (N)

The Rhetoric of the Declaration of Independence, December 3, 1984 (N)

STANLEY R. KORF

1964 - Resigned 1972

Don't Take My Wife, March 1, 1965 (N)

Sex in Indiana, January 29, 1968 (N)

Book Review, On Death and Dying by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, December 15, 1969 (N)

Book Review, Unbought and Unbossed by Shirley Chisholm, December 14, 1970

LOUIS EDWARD KOVACS (biography)

1960 - Died 2002

  SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA

Socio-Economics -- Mink, January 8, 1962

Ecology: Prophylactic or Apocalyptic? April 24, 1972 (N)

CHRISTINE KOWERT

1999 – Resigned 2004

DAVID KOWERT

1999 – Resigned 2004

JOHN HARRY KOZAK

1995 - Resigned 1996

EDWARD A. KRACKE, JR.

1951 - Died 1976

  MADISON, NEW HAMPSHIRE

From San Marco to Manzi, February 17, 1958 (N)

Princely Fellow and Little Man, a.d. 1067, April 22, 1963

MAURICE E. KRAHL

1966 - Resigned 1987

  PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA

LEONARD J. KRANZLER

1975 - Resigned 1997

Book Review, Gulag Archipelago by Alexander I. Solzhenitsyn, March 15, 1976

Masada, May 9, 1977 (N)

Vibrations, October 20, 1980

Eschatology, March 19, 1984 (N)

71 -- In Our Time? March 3, 1986 (N)

Toldot: An Ethical Will, January 6, 1997 (N)

GEORGES F. KREMM

1954 - Died 1966

Book Review, The African Genesis by Robert Ardrey, November 11, 1963 (N)

HOWARD KRETSCHMAR

1885 - Resigned 1886

Motives and Expression in Art, April 26, 1886

GERALD F. KREYCHE

1979 – Died 2007

  DOLORES, COLORADO

Pro Pelle Cutem, a Skin for a Skin (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), May 5, 1980

Structures, January 4, 1982 (N)

The Ghost Shirts, November 29, 1982 (N)

The American West: A Meditation and Project, February 13, 1984 (N)

Quo Vadis Philosophy, November 5, 1984 (N)

Men with a Mission! March 31, 1986 (N)

Autie of the Greasy Grass (Presidential Address), October 6, 1986 (N)

Au, October 24, 1988 (N)

Hop Scotch: Reflections Along the Trail, October 26, 1998 (N)
The Bastard from Savannah (Read by Francis A. Lackner, Jr.), November 24, 2003 (N)
Offices
: 
President, 1986-87

BERTRAM D. KRIBBEN

1971 - Resigned 1974

WENDELL J. S. KRIEG

1945 - Died 1997

Rabelais in Italy, March 31, 1947 (N)

*"It Takes a Thief . . . ," April 11, 1949 (C) (N)

(Re-read before the Club by Roger E. Ball, November 24, 1997)

Letter to My Son, February 4, 1952

The Nautilus and How It Grew, January 30, 1956 (N)

Elysian Conversations, I, April 20, 1959 (N)

The Search for the Perfect Hobby, April 2, 1962

That Thirteenth Letter, February 15, 1965 (N)

The World's Wackiest Character, (Ladies' Night Address), May 22, 1967 (N)

Portrait of Young Man as Artist, February 24, 1969 (N)

Each in His Own Tongue, February 15, 1971 (N)

The Most Expensive Book Ever Published (Discussion on Book Night), December 13, 1971 (N)
see also:
Fifty Years a Member (Wendell Krieg Honorary Evening) (By William K. Beatty, Read by William H.

Beauman), April 3, 1995 (N)

Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1949-50
Chair, Publications, 1952-53, 1954-55
Chair, Officers and Members, 1953-54

BARRY KRITZBERG

2002 -
I’ve Got a Little List, December 1, 2003 with Appendix (N)
The Case of the Rather Indiany Nose, October 24, 2005
B Who? October 8, 2007(N)
A Turn Down the Harbor, January 26, 2009(N)
Wa-Tho-Huck, in Chicago and Elsewhere, January 4, 2010(N)
The Flaw in the Indentures, November 18, 2013(N)

After Anna, October 12, 2015

Two Temper-Tossed Women, December 5, 2016

EARL C. KUBICEK

1962 - Resigned 1969

Eugene Field: Poet Laureate of Childhood, May 3, 1965 (N)

The Holmesian Saga, October 30, 1967 (N)

SIDNEY KUH

1915 - Resigned 1927

LOUIS B. KUHN

1952 - Resigned 1974

Old Whitlock Revisited, October 18, 1954 (N)

One Among Many, May 5, 1958 (N)

Book Review, Madison Avenue USA by Martin Meyer, November 24, 1958 (N)

Leader, Book Night (three papers), November 30, 1959

Changes in the Old Estate, November 7, 1960 (N)

All's Right with the World, March 2, 1964 (N)

Yakkety Yak, March 28, 1966 (N)

Revelations of a Street Walker, March 18, 1968 (N)

Leader, Book Night (three papers), December 15, 1969 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, The Right to Lie by Robert L. Wolk and Arthur Henley, December 14, 1970
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1959-60

PHILLIP A. KURSCHNER

2016 –