FRANCIS A. LACKNER

1957 - Died 1998

  CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA
see also listing in Cedar Rapids Literary Club

Deep Perils, April 6, 1959 (N)

Tourist? May 13, 1963 (N)

Julfa, April 3, 1967 (N)

Dear Sir, You Cur! May 5, 1969 (N)

Kabbarli, December 3, 1973 (N)

Northwest – Or North, (Presented to the Cedar Rapids Literary Club), January 27, 1976

Who? Where? Why? December 3, 1979 (N)

Vice, April 5, 1982

Beyond the Black Stump, March 25, 1985 (N)

Who Goes Where? (Presented to the Cedar Rapids Literary Club), April 28, 1995

FRANCIS A. LACKNER, JR.

1984 -

The Knife of Time, January 6, 1986 (N)

Niner, January 8, 1990 (N)

A Tale of Two Latter Day Cities, February 15, 1993 (N)

Move Over, Gutenberg, March 13, 1995

The Legacy of Cacus and Caca (Presidential Address), October 2, 1995 (N)

Defining Moment: Challenges and Transformation, January 21, 2002  (N)
Shakespeare’s Faeries, October 28, 2002 (N)
Out of the Chrysalis: The Birth of Millennium Park, October 25, 2004(N)
Jake ‘The Barber’ and the Electronic Frontier, March 17, 2008 (N)
Haec Nomine, November 1, 2010 (N)

The Chicago Literary Club Enters the Internet Age (Contained in the 1999-2014 Supplement), December 25, 2015

Nimble Words, May 2, 2016

Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1984-85, 1985-86
Recording Secretary, 1986-87, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1994-95
President, 1995-96
Chair, Officers and Members, 1996-97
Historian, 2000-01, 2001-02, 2002-03
Webmaster, 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17

HERMAN H. LACKNER (Biography)

1955 - Died 1998

Procrustes Frustrated, March 31, 1958 (N)

Crocodile Tears, January 16, 1961, (N)

Sounding Brass or Tinkling Cymbal, March 23, 1964 (N)

Sack-cloth and Hashish (Presidential Address), October 14, 1968

Myths of Antiquity, November 8, 1971 (N)

Disparate Measures, November 17, 1975 (N)

I Came, I Saw, Who Conquered? November 7, 1977 (N)

Home of the Brave (Ladies' Night Address), May 21, 1979 (N)

Latin Farmers, April 7, 1986 (N)

"The Education of Norman Parker" by Norman S. Parker

.....(Selections from memoirs edited and read by Herman H. Lackner), October 26, 1987 (N)

*Day by de Senectute, March 26, 1990 (N)

Leader, Book Night, March 30, 1992

Pushy Women, April 29, 1996 (N)
Offices:

Corresponding Secretary, 1962-63, 1982-83, 1983-84
Recording Secretary, 1963-64, 1966-67, 1967-68, 1969-70, 1970-71, 1971-72, 1972-73, 1973-74, 1974-75, 1975-76, 1976-77, 1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81, 1981-82
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1966-67
President, 1968-69

THOMAS W. LACKNER

1985 -

  CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA

The Great Ferry, November 4, 1985 (N)
Pease Porridge Hot: In praise of good plain food, May 9, 2005 (N)

ALEX LADENSON

1973 - Died 1987

American Librarianship -- Past and Present, February 17, 1975 (N)

Thomas Jefferson: Bibliophile, February 20, 1978 (N)

LOUIS ELLSWORTH LAFLIN

1975 - Died 1976

ALVIN WILFORD LAFORGE

1919 - Resigned 1926

ROBERT G. LA FRANCE

Guest essayist with Stephen Thomas, 2014

Lorado Taft: The Chicago Years (Joint Meeting with The Cliff Dwellers), April 7, 2014

ISIDORA K. LAGOS

2011 –

  DALE, WISCONSIN

JOHN JOSEPH LALOR

1875 - Resigned 1882

Population, November 20, 1876

Bi-Metalism (Conversation), December 8, 1879

An Argument for Silver, March 15, 1880

RICHARD L. LANDAU

1974 - Resigned 1979

The Awful Food and Drug Administration, March 8, 1976

KENNETH W. LANGE

1963 - Died 1983

The Best Laid Plans, November 22, 1965 (N)

Excelsior, April 29, 1969 (N)

I Believe, November 20, 1972 (N)

They Have Killed My Baker, May 12, 1975 (N)

Brass, March 20, 1978 (N)

Mob? February 15, 1982
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1966-67
Treasurer, 1980-81, 1981-82, 1982-83

EDWIN CHANNING LARNED  (Biographical essay) (Photo)

1874 - Died 1884

The Influence of Modern Fiction (Conversation), March 11, 1876

Inaugural Address as President, October 3, 1881

The Chicago Fire and the Relief Work, October 9, 1882
Offices: 
President, 1881-82

SHERWOOD JOHNSTON LARNED

1904 - Resigned 1911

The Dilettante, November 6, 1905

WALTER CRANSTON LARNED

1875 - Died 1914

The Devil in Literature, March 4, 1875

Will O' The Wisps, November 4, 1878

No Art Without the Ideal: No Literature Without the Supernatural, January 30, 1882

An Impression of Jean Francois Millet, February 5, 1883

The Myth of Siegfried and Wagner's "Ring of The Nibelung," May 26, 1884

What Was the Matter with Hamlet? December 15, 1884

The Legend of the Morte d'Arthur and How Tennyson Has Used It, February 8, 1886

A Night in Chinatown, January 9, 1888

Michael Angelo, April 15, 1889

Modern Landscape, February 24, 1890

The Spirit and Development of Nuremberg Gothic, March 16, 1891

Velazquez, November 28, 1892

Some Experiences in Southern France in Winter, February 25, 1895

The Functions of the Gentlemen of Leisure, May 25, 1896

Art and Scenery in Sicily, March 17, 1902

The Modern School of Landscape Art, November 23, 1903

New Westminster Cathedral and the Wallace Collection, October 28, 1907

With the Roman and the Goth from Southern France to Paris, January 3, 1910
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1882-83, 1885-86
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1884-85

ROBERT K. LARSON

1991 - Died 1995

*Painted Windows, December 7, 1992 (N)

Out of the Woods, December 13, 1993
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1994-95

ROGELIO A. LASSO

2006 -Resigned 2007

BRYAN LATHROP

1876 - Died 1916

Edited and read an "Informal," May 19, 1879

Random Recollections of the Far East, January 31, 1898
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1880-81, 1886-87, 1887-88

URBAN AUGUSTINE LAVERY

1919 - Resigned 1930

Revising a Constitution, May 2, 1921

Sergeant McGuffy's Breeches, January 11, 1926

A Forgotten Chapter in Government Debts, April 9, 1928

CHARLES BURRALL LAWRENCE

1874 - Died 1883

Inaugural Address as President, June 21, 1875

Gouverneur Morris, December 13, 1880
Offices: 
President, 1875-76

WILLIAM MANGAM LAWRENCE

1885 - Resigned 1887

DONALD E. LAWSON

1968 - Resigned 1979

A Visit with Thomas Wolfe's Mother, January 10, 1972 (N)

ORANGE JUDD LAYLANDER

1928 - Died 1948

ALANSON, MICHIGAN

Two Short Stories, December 3, 1928

The Genesis of Pedagese, January 27, 1930

Methuselah and Others, January 18, 1932

Hair, February 5, 1934

A Boy Again, January 13, 1936 (N)

Random Shots (Presidential Address), October 11, 1937 (N)
Offices: 
President, 1937-38

ALBERT LAZENBY

1900 - Resigned 1903

Memorial of the Late Queen Victoria, January 28, 1901

George Meredith, Novelist and Sage, December 9, 1901

JOSEPH BLOOMFIELD LEAKE

1874 - Died 1913

Observations on the Common Law, March 18, 1876

Eastern Highways, June 18, 1877

The Indian Question (Conversation), February 20, 1882

Address on the Presentation to the Club by Lawrence C. Earle of a Portrait of Charles B. Lawrence, March 23, 1885

The Weakness of the Executive Department of the State, May 10, 1886

Recollections of a Southern Prison, February 21, 1887

The Yazoo Claims, January 15, 1894

Remarkable Professional Experiences, November 25, 1895

Inaugural Address as President, October 4, 1897

The Story of the Christian Indians, January 9, 1899

The Public Land System of the United States, May 20, 1907

Eastern Highways, Ancient and Modern, February 27, 1911
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1892-93
President, 1897-98

BLEWETT LEE

1894 and 1915 - Died 1951

ATLANTA, GEORGIA

Confederate Lyrics, April 13, 1896

Women of the Confederacy, February 14, 1898

The Law of Aerial Navigation, November 8, 1915

EDWARD NOBLE LEE

1941 - Died 1986

EDWARD THOMAS LEE

1915 - Died 1943

Characters in the Political Life of Washington, D.C., 1888 - 1894, February 12, 1916

Are Lawyers Leaders or Followers in the Improvement of Society? February 23, 1920

Reminiscences of Fifty Years, January 16, 1933

A Chapter in United States History, February 22, 1937 (C)

A Bit of History, April 13, 1942

JOHN CECIL LEE

1961 - Died 1979

Adventures in Idealism, March 18, 1963

Our Allies, February 9, 1970 (N)

Ooh-la-la, April 5, 1971
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1970-71

JOHN RICHARDS LEE

2007 – Resigned 2015

JOHN THOMAS LEE

1919 - Died 1953

Bibliomania and Kindred Afflictions, May 2, 1921

HENRY EDUARD LEGLER

1910 - Died 1917

The Genesis of Poe's "Raven," March 21, 1910

A Forgotten Poet of the Last Generation: James Gales Percival, February 13, 1911

Walt Whitman Yesterday and Today, March 13, 1911

Of Much Love and Some Knowledge of Books, April 1, 1912

Parodies, May 27, 1912

A Bundle of Old Chap-Books (Illustrated by lantern slides), November 2, 1914

Richard Hovey, Poet, February 14, 1916
Offices:  
Corresponding Secretary, 1915-16

DAVID O. LEHMAN

1985 – Died 2014

Words and Music, April 14, 1986

Confessions of a Class, January 18, 1999 (N)
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1987-88
Chair, Publications, 1988-89

HARVEY BRACE LEMON

1922 - Died 1965

New Vistas of Atomic Structure, November 27, 1922

Stars and Atoms (Illustrated), December 19, 1927

Albert Abraham Michelson, the Man and the Man of Science (Ladies' Night Address), November 30, 1931

Cosmic Rays (Presidential Address), October 3, 1932 (N)

The Mystery of Light, March 9, 1936 (N)

Epsilon Aurigae, Colossus Among Stars, April 4, 1938 (N)

Atoms, Old and New, April 28, 1947 (N)

The Far Fore-reaching Shadows of Coming Events, May 9, 1955 (N)

The Enigma of Gravitation, February 22, 1960 (N)
Offices: 
President, 1932-33

JOHN VALCOULON LeMOYNE

1874 - Resigned 1877

G. RUSSELL LEONARD

1937 - Died 1950

ALTADENA, CALIFORNIA

CHARLES STANLEY LESTER

1879 - Died 1912

WASHINGTON, D.C.

The Exposition of 1889, May 12, 1890

Letter, May 29, 1905 (N)

ROBIN LESTER

1991 - Resigned 1992

FRANCESCO LEVANT

2007 Resigned 2008

Poetry That Matters (Poetry Night), January 28, 2008

SAMUEL LEVIN

1948 - Died 1971

Uncle Joe, February 22, 1954 (N)

Mishmash, March 5, 1962

EDWARD G. LEVINSON

1973 - Died 1996

Chapters I, II and III of Untitled Novel, May 1, 1978 (N)

The Shores of the Pond, March 24, 1980 (N)

The Same Old Story Somewhat Embellished (Ladies' Night Address), May 19, 1986 (N)
Offices: 
Recording Secretary, 1984-85, 1985-86
Chair, Officers and Members, 1989-90, 95-96
Corresponding Secretary, 1994-95

CHARLES LEVITON

1939 - Died 1960

Overtones, March 3, 1941

A Long Road, April 1, 1946

EDWIN HERBERT LEWIS

1911 - Died 1938

PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA

*William Vaughan Moody, November 4, 1912 (C) (N) (W)

*The Work of Tagore, January 15, 1917 (C) (N)

The Work of Henry Adams, April 28, 1919

The Arts Here Represented (Presidential Address), October 6, 1919

Modern Tendencies in Religion, January 26, 1920

Books of the Year (Symposium), December 5, 1921

On a Few Very Common Words, February 15, 1932
Offices: 
President, 1919-20

JONATHAN D. LEWIS

2004 –

The Madness of Lear and Edgar, April 16, 2007 (N)

Unicorns May Be Betrayed with Trees: The Psychology of Persuasion in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, April 26, 2009 (N)

Two Losers (Read by Barry Kritzberg), May 13, 2013 (N)

LESLIE LEWIS

1883 - Died 1922

Cahokia, June 6, 1887

The Trail to the Great Northwest, January 28, 1901

How Far Should Education by the State Be Free? February 22, 1904

Memories of Boyhood in Early Illinois, May 23, 1910

The Sudden Awakening of the Northwest, April 24, 1911

The Influence of Illinois in Early National Legislation, April 7, 1913

Reminiscences of Early Members of the Club, May 26, 1919

MELVIN B. LEWIS

1988 - Resigned 1991

Communists in Contempt: The Courts as Cold Warriors, December 11, 1989 (N)

JOSEPH LIBERMAN

1876 - Resigned 1878

WALTER LICHTENSTEIN

1916 and 1928 - Resigned 1931

A Book-Buyer in South America, May 5, 1919

The Present Banking Situation, December 13, 1920

Original Symposium, January 17, 1921

PHILIP ROBERT LIEBSON

1992 -

*Cityscapes, March 6, 1995 (C)(N)

Near Beer, May 5, 1997 (N)

Of Time and the Lake, April 6, 1998 (C) (N)

*How Sweet It Is...., February 28, 2000 (C)(N)

A Pleasure Dome Decreed, April 2, 2001

Hypotheses, March 18, 2002

Excellence in the Mundane (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago—“Excellence in the Mundane”), March 7, 2003

It Was Al All the Time, April 5, 2004 (N)

It’s About Time (Presidential Address), October 4, 2004 (N)

Poetry Collection: Reflections in a Dark Mirror (Poetry Night), February 6, 2006 (N)

A Study in Triple Rhythm (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago— “Location, Location, Location “), March 2, 2007

*Transformations, November 26, 2007 (N)

The Two Bodies, May 4, 2009 (N)

Mum’s the Word, April 5, 2010 (N)

It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again, April 25, 2011 (N)

The Plow, The River, and The City, February 11, 2013 (N)

A Touch of Vermouth (Short Play Night), November 11, 2013 (N)

The Princeton Quartet (Closing Meeting Address), May 19, 2014 (N)

At the Rim of Destiny (Short Play Night), November 10, 2014

What Hath Wax Wrought? April 4, 2016

Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 2000-01
President, 2004-05
Chair, Officers and Members, 2005-06

LAWRENCE J. LINCK

1962 - Resigned 1978

Reminiscences of the Chicago Syphilis Control Program of 1937, November 5, 1962 (C) (N)

My Husband Gave at the Office, November 8, 1965 (N)

De Medico e de Louco, Todo Mundo Tem um Pouco, March 30, 1970 (N)

CHARLES RANLET LINCOLN

1966 - Resigned 1971

A Hare-Brained Scheme, October 23, 1967 (N)

ROBERT TODD LINCOLN

1876 - Died 1926

WASHINGTON, D.C.

RONALD G. LINDENBERG

2005 -

JOHN LINGNER (biography)

1992 - Died 2002

Breeze, December 5, 1994

Club, March 2, 1998 (N)

CHARLES AUGUSTUS LIPPINCOTT

1898 - Died 1929

SOUTH BEND, INDIANA

ARTHUR LITTLE

1878 - Died 1915

DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS

The Supernatural in Art, June 7, 1880

Divorce (Conversation), April 9, 1883

The Secular Value of Christian Missions, March 28, 1887
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1880-81, 1888-89

CHARLES JOSEPH LITTLE

1891 - Died 1911

Abraham a Santa Clara, May 1, 1893

Karl Marx and His Theories, February 11, 1894

Ibsen's Women, March 30, 1896

Ibsen Compared with Sophocles and Shakespeare, December 14, 1903

The Women of Dante's Commedia, May 13, 1907

*John Milton, December 7, 1908
            (Re-read before the Club by Stanley Pargellis, December 8, 1958) (N) (W)

CHARLES J. LITTLE

1965 - Resigned 1968

PAUL HUGO LITTLE

1968 - Resigned 1970

WILSON V. LITTLE

1946 - Resigned 1954

BENJAMIN S. LLAMZON

1983 - Resigned 1996

Two American Ideas Men from Vermont, April 16, 1984 (N)

Philosophy in the University: Athena or Socrates? February 18, 1985 (N)

Ambivalence: Undercurrents in Philippine-American Friendship, October 20, 1986 (N)

Medjugorje, April 18, 1988 (N)

Then and Zen, April 17, 1989 (N)

Violence: Let Me Count the Ways, April 23, 1990 (N)

An Open Letter to Shobun Tomita, M.D., October 28, 1991 (N)

Beyond Courage, April 26, 1993

Do-Be-Do-Be-Do in Dewey, May 2, 1994

Off Shore in Singapore, January 9, 1995 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1992-93
Chair, Publications, 1993-94

HENRY DEMAREST LLOYD

1874 - Died 1903

The Cure of Vanderbiltism, January 12, 1880

The Political Economy of Fifteen Millions, April 10, 1882

Too Much of Everything, April 14, 1884

A Conservative View of the Labor Movement, November 3, 1890

The Need of the Hour, April 18, 1892

The Wit and Humor of Emerson, May 27, 1895

A Day with William Morris, December 7, 1896

The Scholar in Politics, January 17, 1898

Newest England, January 8, 1900

WILLIAM BROSS LLOYD, JR.

1974 - Died 1995

ROCHESTER, VERMONT

Behind the Cuckoo Clock, January 19, 1976 (N)

Albert Gallatin: America's Geneva Connection, January 21, 1980 (N)

Green Mountain Boys -- Then and Now, November 28, 1983 (N)

A Maverick Year, December 9, 1985 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1977-78

EDWIN LYMAN LOBDELL

1912 - Died 1936

The Business Depression and Some of Its Causes, March 22, 1915

Impressions of Siberia and Russia, December 4, 1916

Recollections of Fifty-five Years in Chicago, October 13, 1930 (C)

Some Personal Reminiscences of Well-known Chicagoans of the Last Century, November 19, 1934
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1922-23, 1923-24
Corresponding Secretary, 1924-25

CLINTON LOCKE (photograph)

1884 - Died 1904

As Others See Us, November 16, 1885

The Cardinal Statesman, January 18, 1886

Leaving the United States and Going to Jersey, November 28, 1887

The Making, Giving, and Receiving of Taffy (Presidential Address), October 12, 1891

The Need of the Hour, April 18, 1892

The Modern Liar, January 16, 1893

Don John, January 22, 1894

Apocrypha, Newly Discovered, January 24, 1898

An Acrostic on His Own Name, April 1, 1901

How a Christian Can Be an Evolutionist, December 23, 1901
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1886-87
President, 1891-92

JOSEPH EZEKIEL LOCKWOOD

1874 - Died 1878

MAX LOEB

1924 - Resigned 1928

Keeping Abreast, February 1, 1926

THEODORE LOEPPERT

1993 - Resigned 1997

Leadville, 1978, February 28, 1994

Camelot: The Fact Behind the Fiction, December 4, 1995 (N)

FRANK JOSEPH LOESCH (photograph)

1909 - Died 1944

A Study in Human Nature, March 28, 1910

The Literary or Educational Value of Supreme Court Decisions, October 10, 1910

A Search for a Husband and a Dower: Another Study in Human Nature, April 8, 1912

Suggestions for Securing Additional City Breathing Spaces, November 17, 1913

The European War, October 19, 1914

Lyman Trumbull, April 5, 1915

World Politics, February 11, 1918

Labrador, November 17, 1919

Personal Recollections of the Republican Convention of 1880, October 20, 1924

Personal Experiences During the Chicago Fire, October 12, 1925
            (Re-read before the Club by Edward M. Paluga, May 10, 1976)

Four Pedagogues and a Boy (Presidential Address), October 10, 1927

A Domestic Tragedy, April 27, 1936

Gleams from the Glimmerglass (Ladies' Night Address), November 29, 1937

Memories of the Chicago Bar in the Seventies and Eighties, April 22, 1940

Some Leading Chicago Businessmen in the 1890's (Read by Bernadotte E. Schmitt), May 10, 1943
Offices: 
President, 1927-28

ELAINE LOESER

2014 –

Sundae in the Park with John (Joint Meeting with the Fortnightly of Chicago: Icons), March 4, 2016

DAVID S. LOGAN

1963 - Resigned 1981

JOHN AVERY LOMAX

1918 - Died 1948

DALLAS, TEXAS

JOHN HENRY LONG

1894 - Resigned 1903

The Labor Question, November 2, 1903

JOHN H. LONG

1977 - Resigned 1981

The Good Old Days: The Honey War, April 21, 1980 (N)

JOHN P. LONG

1959 - Resigned 1975

SAUK COUNTY, WISCONSIN

Matthew Arnold Visits Chicago, April 25, 1960 (N)

Victor Sorge, Master Spy of World War II, November 20, 1961 (N)

Operation Cicero: A Tale of Espionage, January 17, 1966 (N)

Counterfeit Traitor: A Story of Espionage, November 6, 1967 (N)

JOHN H. LORANT

1988 - Resigned 1990

DANIEL MINER LORD

1901 - Resigned 1908

Some Fallacies Relating to the White Squadron, January 12, 1903

HERBERT IVORY LORD

1905 - Died 1933

DETROIT, MICHIGAN

The Literature of Commerce, November 6, 1905

JAMES H. LORIE

1961 - Resigned 1971

Anyone Can Rat Once, February 10, 1964 (N)

A Street Named Desire, October 9, 1967 (N)

ANN MARIE LOUSIN

2011 –

Notes on Dawn (Clark Netsch), March 31, 2014(N)

FREDERICK HOMAN LOVERIDGE

1907 - Resigned 1908

FRANK ORREN LOWDEN

1893 - Died 1943

OREGON, ILLINOIS

Modern Realism and Ancient Epicureanism, January 6, 1896

Paper, January 10, 1898

ALEXANDER I. LOWINGER

1954 - Resigned 1999

South Pacific, December 16, 1957 (N)

F.P.D., February 25, 1963 (N)

MICHELLE LOWRANCE

2011 – Resigned 2013
The Good Karma Divorce , February 6, 2012 (N)

CHARLES DOAK LOWRY

1904 - Died 1953

The House Boat People of the Ohio River, November 6, 1905

The Cruise of the Double Ell (Illustrated), November 12, 1906

A Wagon Trip Among the Wisconsin Lakes, November 22, 1909

East Tennessee from a Flatboat, February 5, 1912

The Biography of a Village, April 28, 1913

The Life Is More Than Meat (Story), November 27, 1916

World Politics, February 11, 1918

The Romance of Commonplace Things, December 9, 1918

Tests of Musical Talent, November 24, 1919

John Sevier, Tennessee's Pioneer Statesman, March 2, 1925

The Working Theory of a Layman (Presidential Address), October 5, 1925

John Rankin, Black Abolitionist, May 13, 1929

Waves, January 13, 1936

The Imperial Forest, April 3, 1939

Genesis of a School System, February 28, 1944
Offices: 
President, 1925-26

SIDNEY L. LUCE

1964 - Resigned 1971

RADNOR, PENNSYLVANIA

ARNO BENEDICT LUCKHARDT

1928 - Died 1957

Historical Highlights and Shadows in the Discovery of General Anesthesia (Illustrated), February 17, 1930

An Adventure in Research, May 15, 1933 (N)

Dr. William Beaumont and the Medical Epic of the Northwest Territory, May 6, 1940

            (Re-read before the Club by Robert W. Carton December 6, 1999) (N)

A Neglected Chapter in the History of Anatomic Illustration and Instruction (Presidential Address), October 5, 1942 (N)

Book Review, Doctors by Jeaffreson, December 11, 1950 (N)
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1933-34
Chair, Publications, 1936-37
President, 1942-43

REUBEN LUDLAM

1874 - Resigned 1882

DAVID BRAINERD LYMAN

1883 - Died 1914

Hawaii, the Faded Kingdom, November 28, 1898

The Taxation of Church Property, January 18, 1904

FRANCIS OGDEN LYMAN

1876 - Resigned 1883

Hawaiian Volcanoes, April 3, 1882

HENRY MUNSON LYMAN

1884 - Resigned 1888

A Vacation for the Brain, June 7, 1886

FRANK WORTHINGTON LYNCH

1915 - Died 1945

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

SAMUEL ADAMS LYNDE

1886 - Resigned 1908

The Manorial Estates in New York and Their Dissolution, May 24, 1897

PHYLLIS ILONA LYONS

1998 – Resigned 2007

Earthquakes, January 7, 2002 (N)
Food Porn, or A Memoir of My Life with Cookbooks, January 24, 2005 (N)