BRUNSON MacCHESNEY III

1963 - Resigned 1971

Much Ado About Nothing, October 24, 1966 (N)

NATHAN WILLIAM MacCHESNEY

1906 - Died 1954

The Romance of Illinois, May 1, 1911

French Contribution to American Life, February 23, 1914

The Administration of Woodrow Wilson, February 1, 1915

The Military Policy of the United States, November 12, 1917

DOUGLAS K. MacDONALD

2011 -

JOHN M. MacDONALD

1985 - Resigned 1990

A Cook's Tour -- Nil Intentatum Reliquit, December 8, 1986 (N)

WILLIAM MacDONElL

1875 - Died 1879

Wordsworth, October 18, 1875

Utilitarianism, February 4, 1878

JOHN WILLIAMS MacGEAGH

1911 - Died 1913

JULIAN WILLIAM MACK

1892 - Died 1943

Gerhart Hauptmann's drama "Einsame Menschen," May 17, 1897

STEPHEN C. MACK

1987 - Resigned 1990

ROLAND P. MACKAY

1952 - Resigned 1957

FRANKLIN MacVEAGH (Biography)

1874 - Died 1934

Political Education (Conversation), May 16, 1881

Matthew Arnold, December 1, 1884

Marquette, October 26, 1885

A Literary View of the Political Situation, January 24, 1887

A Business View of Classical Studies, December 5, 1887

New Invasions by the Barbarians, October 28, 1895

Inevitable National Expansion, October 31, 1898

Some Reflections on the Future of Riches, February 8, 1904

Inaugural Address as President, October 1, 1906
Offices: 
Treasurer, 1874-75
President, 1906-07

EDGAR MADDEN

1883 - Resigned 1894

Franklin's Correspondence, December 22, 1884

The Louisiana Purchase, January 12, 1891
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1889-90

ROBERT M. MAGRISSO

2012 –

Light in Dark Places, March 13, 2017

BENJAMIN DRAKE MAGRUDER

1876 - Resigned 1890

The Chinese Question (Conversation), February 10, 1879
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1879-80

CHAUNCEY C. MAHER

1935 - Died 1970

  BURLINGTON, WISCONSIN

Payson, January 3, 1938

A Month of Fascism, April 24, 1939

Louie, February 8, 1943

The Old Professor, March 10, 1947

A Man of Good Will, March 12, 1951

La Belle, October 7, 1957
            (Re-read before the Club by David W. Maher, November 3, 1975) (N)

Matronae Agri (Ladies' Night Address), March 21, 1960
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1942-43
Corresponding Secretary, 1946-47
President, 1957-58

DAVID W. MAHER

1960 -

The I.Q., April 13, 1964 (N)

*The Don, March 3, 1967 (C) (N)

Truth Without Parallel, April 12, 1971 (N)

Book Review, The French Lieutenant's Woman, by John Fowles, March 27, 1972

Peter, Paul and Magic (Presidential Address), October 18, 1976 (N)

East and West, February 8, 1982 (N)

Book Review, Mantissa, by John Fowles, January 30, 1984 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, Meditations on Hunting, by Ortega y Gassett and The Tender Carnivore, by David Shepard, December 14, 1987 (N)
Book Review, The Making of Moral Theology, by John Mahoney, March 30, 1992

An Intriguing City, February 8, 1999 (N)
*
Reporting to God, January 9, 2006 (N)
False Gods (Fiftieth Anniversary Address), February 14, 2011 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1967-68
President, 1976-77

PETER MAIKEN

1981 - Resigned 1982

Signposts (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), April 13, 1981 (N)

FREDERICK D. MALKINSON

1989 – Died 2015

I Hope Some Day, April 8, 1991 (N)

Some Wizardly Origins, April 22, 1996 (N)

*Paternity, U.S.A., April 5, 1999 (N)
Yellow Jack (Presidential Address), October 4, 1999  (N)

            Re-read before the Club by Francis A. Lackner, Jr., February 1, 2016

Something Light: Comedy Tonight (Joint Meeting with The Cliff Dwellers), April 15, 2002  (N)
Divided We Stood, I, March 31, 2003 (N)
One Thing Leads to Another (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago—“One Thing Leads to Another”), March 4, 2005 (N)
A French-American Tale, April 14, 2008 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1997-98, 1998-99
President, 1999-2000
Chair, Officers and Members, 2000-01
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 2002-03

GEORGE MANIERRE

1885 - Resigned 1895

EDWARD MANLEY

1917 - Died 1932

The Birthplace of Carl Schurz, February 24, 1919

Fabre, the Literary Artist, February 26, 1923

A Day That Is Dead (Lincoln, Nebraska in the 70's), January 25, 1932

LOUIS L. MANN

1930 - Resigned 1936

What the Disbeliever Believes: A Study in the Philosophy of Doubt, October 24, 1932

LEROY DELOS MANSFIELD

1876 - Resigned 1878

WILLIAM HENRY MANNS

1921 - Resigned 1926

MELVIN L. MARKS

1976 -

Running Away In America, October 17, 1977 (N)

Ready, Aim, Sing! March 19, 1979 (N)

The Immortal Road Gang, March 2, 1981 (N)

*A Jew Among the Indians, March 14, 1983 (N)

The Strange Case of Don Solomono, January 7, 1985 (N)

The Man Who Painted Indians, April 4, 1988 (N)

Uncle Julius' Last Walk, May 1, 1989 (N)

Trouble at the Indian Office, December 16, 1991 (N)

The Invisible Army -- Medals and Memories, November 1, 1993

We Never Say Goodbye, November 30, 1998
Five Bums in Search of a Notebook, May 2, 2005 (N)
My Affair with the Trunk Murderess, November 17, 2008 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1986-87

GILBERT H. MARQUARDT

1958 - Died 1965

Saudi Arabia, January 25, 1960

GEORGE LINNAEUS MARSH

1917 - Died 1951

The Cult of the Short Story, April 7, 1919 (N)

Cockney Poets and Their Critics, March 13, 1922 (N)

The Byron Centenary, November 3, 1924 (N)

The Poet into Solicitor, March 22, 1926 (N)

Chroniclers of the Fancy, March 19, 1928 (N)

Spoon River a Century Ago, December 9, 1929 (N)

The Boswelling of Boswell, March 19, 1934 (N)

Snappers-up of Unconsidered Trifles, November 30, 1936 (N)

This Other Eden, Demi-Paradise (Presidential Address), October 10, 1938 (N)

A Flight of Lame Ducks, December 8, 1941 (N)

Maga, December 6, 1943 (N)

Snub-nosed Brompton Sappho, May 6, 1946 (N)

Self-portrait of a Novelist, December 15, 1947 (N)

An Hundred Years Ago, March 13, 1950 (N)
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1919-20, 1931-32
Chair, Publications, 1923-24
Chair, Officers and Members, 1934-35
President, 1938-39

JAMES A. MARSHALL (biography)

1977 - Died 2006

American Indian Geometry, February 6, 1978 (N)

Why You Can't Fight City Hall, March 5, 1979 (N)

American Indian Geometry Revisited, April 8, 1985 (N)

The Conflict That Has No Name, October 9, 1989

Moraine Hills, Silver Spring, and Volo Bog, January 18, 1993

Zilmer, October 10, 1994 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1981-82
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1982-83

THOMAS BRUNTON MARSTON

1894 - Resigned 1899

The United States in the Far East, March 27, 1899

EDWARD MOSS MARTIN

1937 - Resigned 1939

FRANKLIN H. MARTIN

1923 - Died 1935

Personal Health, November 1, 1926

HORACE HAWES MARTIN

1894 - Died 1925

The Curiosities of Pro-Slavery Literature April 11, 1898

Some Slave Autobiographies, February 11, 1901

American Literary Criticism, May 28, 1906
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1904-05

JOHN MARTIN

1950 - Died 1996

  CLARINDA, IOWA

MARION THRUSTON MARTIN

1935 - Resigned 1937

MARTIN E. MARTY

1990 - Resigned 1991

Description of a Place (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), April 22, 1991

FREDERICK ZERO MARX

1926 - Died 1956

The Lawyer, April 20, 1931

Moncure Daniel Conway, April 21, 1947
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1939-40

ALFRED BISHOP MASON

1874 - Died 1933

  NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Public and Private Charities: Their Uses and Abuses (Conversation), May 13, 1876

The Abolition of Poverty, October 2, 1876

Inside Politics, December 9, 1878

A Man and His Money: A Moral Novelette, April 4, 1881

A Talk with Porfirio Diaz, May 19, 1902 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1882-83

ARTHUR JOHN MASON

1911 - Died 1933

Observations of an Englishman Returning After Thirty Years' Life in the United States, January 22, 1912

A Day's Work, January 27, 1913

Some Studies on Crops by a Non-Farmer, February 5, 1917

Is the United States a Permanent Country like North Europe? April 26, 1920

Comments of an Ore Engineer on the Coal Situation, April 11, 1921

A Corn Belt Without Corn, undated
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1917-18, 1919-20, 1920-21

EDWARD GAY MASON (Biography) (photograph)

1874 - Died 1898

Arthur Hugh Clough, March 1, 1875

Inaugural Address as President, June 24, 1878

Old Fort Chartres, March 30, 1880

A Visit to South Carolina in 1860, November 5, 1883

As Others See Us, November 16, 1885

The March of the Spaniards Across Illinois, November 23, 1885

Two Men of Letters (Edmund Spenser and Sir Walter Raleigh), April 30, 1888

The Nile Land, February 29, 1892

Reminiscences of the Early Days of the Club, March 19, 1894

A Chapter from a History of Illinois, December 30, 1895
Offices: 
Recording Secretary, 1874-75, 1875-76
Treasurer, 1875-76
Chair, Officers and Members, 1876-77
President, 1878-79

FRANCIS PAYNE MASON

1901 - Resigned 1908

HENRY BURRALL MASON

1874 - Resigned 1902

An Old Picture, March 6, 1876

Edited and read an "Informal," February 16, 1880

Railroad Oracles, March 13, 1882

The Law's Delays, January 7, 1884

A Race for Love and Liberty, June 1, 1891

The Superiority of Excellence, February 20, 1893

Glimpses of Cape Cod, December 10, 1894

Change in National Policy, February 13, 1899
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1881-82
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1890-91

MICHAEL LIVINGOOD MASON

1941 - Died 1963

Jupiter's Fleas, March 5, 1951 (N)

The Dungeon, February 23, 1953 (N)

Basel -- 1527, April 16, 1956 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1952-53
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1957-58

ROSWELL HENRY MASON

1875 - Resigned 1898

Among the Florida Keys, May 25, 1891

JULES H. MASSERMAN

1955 - Resigned 1959

Say Id Isn't So -- with Music, April 29, 1957 (N)

EDGAR LEE MASTERS (Biography)

1911 - Resigned 1916

American Standards and Character, November 20, 1911

Browning as a Philosopher, November 18, 1912 (N)

D. ROY MATHEWS

1937 - Died 1952

French Exiles and English Relief, 1792 - 1802, February 27, 1939

Generals and Geographers, December 13, 1943

Unser Amerika, November 26, 1945

The Struggle Over Slavery in Early Illinois (I), October 25, 1948

The Struggle Over Slavery in Early Illinois (II), October 24, 1949
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1947-48

ROBERT ELDEN MATHEWS

1921 - Died 1986

  AUSTIN, TEXAS

WILLIAM MATHEWS

1874 - Died 1909

  BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

Thomas DeQuincey, November 3, 1874

Sainte-Beuve, February 5, 1877

Style, February 17, 1879

Edited and read an "Informal," April 20, 1880

JOSEPH A. MATTER

1954 - Died 1990

  SEDONA, ARIZONA

The Rock of Cashel, November 21, 1955 (N)

Leader, Book Night, October 28, 1957

Socrates and the Market Place, January 26, 1959 (N)

Old Rice Wine in New Bottles, October 30, 1961 (N)

*Henry Blake Fuller, March 22, 1965 (C) (N)

An Ethological Donnybrook, October 19, 1970 (N)

HERMAN LEWIS MATZ

1894 - Died 1945

As Others See Us (Conversation), November 16, 1885

A Literary Thanksgiving Dinner, November 25, 1901

Architecture and Clothes, February 9, 1914

Dirt, December 20, 1926

RUDOLPH MATZ

1891 - Died 1917

Incidents of Travel, October 19, 1896

GERALD W. MAXWELL

1963 - Resigned 1966

R. RUSSELL MAYLONE

1977 - Resigned 1978

Edward Gordon Craig and the Art of the Theatre (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), May 15, 1978 (N)

WILLIAM ANDREW McANDREW (photograph)

1890 - Died 1937

  MAMARONECK, NEW YORK

English Comedy Convalescent, May 18, 1891

Scots, February 2, 1925

The Wells of Saint Boethius (Ladies' Night Address), March 29, 1926

Life Among the Boneheads, October 17, 1927

GEORGE MARTIN McBEAN

1917 - Resigned 1924

Hygiene for the Middle Aged (Symposium), April 25, 1921

HUGH JOHNSTON McBIRNEY

1895 - Resigned 1898

Paper, June 6, 1898

EZRA BUTLER McCAGG

1875 - Resigned 1897

Literary Men in Politics (Conversation), April 9, 1877

What Knowledge Is of Most Worth? (Conversation), March 11, 1878

Adelard of Bath, March 7, 1881

ROBERT E. McCAMANT

2013 –

One Loaf, December 8, 2014

ROBERT L. McCAUL

1971 - Resigned 1974

Rome Killed Francis Hanford, November 26, 1973 (N)

DEIRDRE McCLOSKEY

2011 – Resigned 2013

JAMES GORE KING McCLURE

1886 - Resigned 1908

The Influence of England's First Library, January 28, 1889

Dreams and Dreamers, February 2, 1891

America's Apostle of Toleration -- Roger Williams, March 14, 1892

The Power of Personality in the Teacher, February 13, 1893

How a Silver Dollar Looks to a Numismatist, October 26, 1896

The Scholar's Attitude Toward the Past, January 20, 1902

The Autobiography of a Dining Table, April 18, 1904

Equal to the Occasion, November 19, 1906

ALEXANDER CALDWELL McCLURG (photograph)

1874 - Died 1901

A Decisive Battle and Its Untold Story, May 29, 1882

Address on the Presentation to the Club by Walter Cranston Larned of a Portrait of Edwin C. Larned, March 23, 1885

International Copyright, March 29, 1886

Inaugural Address as President, October 4, 1886

A Sketch of an American Soldier, December 8, 1890

The United States Volunteers: Why We Enlisted and How We Went to the Front, December 6, 1897
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1884-85
President, 1886-87

JAMES LUKENS McCONAUGHY

1922 - Resigned 1925

  GALESBURG, ILLINOIS

OSBORNE McCONATHY

The Value of Music to the Community, November 24, 1919

SAMUEL PARSONS McCONNELL

1876 - Resigned 1896

The Labor Question, April 6, 1880

What Ought to Be the Limitation to Majority Government? (Conversation), March 12, 1883

Men as Witnesses, May 2, 1887
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1884-85

THOMAS CHALFONT McCONNELL

1938 - Died 1972

Indian Culture: Its Effect on Law and Politics South of the Border, November 25, 1940

*Luck and Witless Virtue vs. Guile: In Which an English Clergyman Proves the Nemesis of John .....("Jake the Barber") Factor, Alias J. Wise, Alias H. Guest, March 1, 1943 (C)(N)(W)

            (Re-read before the Club by John A. Schram, January 24, 1977)

            (Re-read before the Club by Francis A. Lackner, Jr., January 29, 1997)
            (see also reference in Lackner,
Jake ‘The Barber’ and the Electronic Frontier)

The Egg, November 15, 1943

In Defense of Dr. Crippen (Ladies' Night Address), January 28, 1946

A Tale of Two Shysters, (Ladies' Night Address), January 22, 1951

Some Notes from a Lawyer's Diary, October 31, 1955 (N)
Offices: 

Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1946-47

ALFRED EDWARD McCORDIC

1898 - Resigned 1899

ALEXANDER AGNEW McCORMICK

1891 - Resigned 1903

A Social Problem, June 4, 1894

CYRUS HALL McCORMICK

1881 - Died 1936

Edited and read an "Informal," February 25, 1884

The Hawaiian Islands, May 19, 1890

Our Youngest Citizens, April 22, 1912

Russia, November 5, 1917

Surprises in Sardis: A Vacation Trip to North Africa and Asia Minor (Illustrated), January 8, 1923
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1884-85

ROBERT HALL McCORMICK, JR.

1916 - Resigned 1919

WARREN STURGIS McCULLOCH

1942 - Died 1969

  OLD LYME, CONNECTICUT

*One Word after Another, March 12, 1945 (C) (N) (W)

What Is the Go of It? November 10, 1947

*The Past of a Delusion, January 28, 1952 (C) (N)

I, March 22, 1954

*The Natural Fit, December 2, 1957 (C) (N)

JAMES EDWARD McDADE

1924 - Resigned 1931

New Roads, February 15, 1926

WILLIAM J. MCDERMOTT

2001 - Resigned 2002

PARMALEE JOHN McFADDEN

1896 - Died 1911

The Influence of Environment, April 4, 1898

The Making of Books, March 25, 1901

JOHN PATRICK McGOORTY

1925 - Resigned 1941

The Contribution of the Irish Race to America's Independence, March 21, 1927

WILLIAM BROWN McILVAINE

1894 - Resigned 1897

BUELL McKEEVER

1904 - Resigned 1917

The Spirit World, February 26, 1906 (N)

A Review of "DeVere, or the Man of Independence" by Robert Plummer Ward, March 14, 1910

KENNETH McKENZIE (Associate)

1922 - Resigned 1952

  PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY

*Dante and Italian Politics (Symposium), January 3, 1921 (C) (N) (W)

CHARLES F. McKIEL, JR.

1971 - Resigned 1987

WILLIAM EDWARD McLAREN

1880 - Resigned 1881

ANDREW CUNNINGHAM McLAUGHLIN

1915 - Resigned 1931

Anne Hutchinson, the First American Feminist, December 20, 1915

A Chapter in American Literary History, Publicists and Orators, 1800 - 1850, November 20, 1916

The Last Phases of the Monroe Doctrine, April 29, 1918

The War in Retrospect, May 17, 1920

Some Reflections on the American Revolution, January 30, 1922

Lincoln as a World Figure, February 13, 1928
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1916-17

FRANKLIN CHAMBERS McLEAN

1937 - Resigned 1938

JAMES M. McMENAMIN

2015 –

The Life and Times of Harry McInhill, March 14, 2016

FLORENCE D. McMILLAN

2007 –

Thorns Among Roses, March 16, 2009

Simple with Bells On, November 14, 2011 (N)

Pushing the Stone, (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago— “Antique Antics”), March 7, 2014 (N)

The Color of Scars, November 2, 2015

WILLIAM GORDON McMILLAN

1878 - Resigned 1885

Edited and read an "Informal," June 14, 1880

JOSEPH DANIEL McMULLEN

2003 – Resigned 2007

RAYMOND FORREST McNALLY

1936 - Died 1956

  ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI

Echoes from Eire, January 23, 1939

SIMON JOHN McPHERSON

1883 - Died 1919

  LAWRENCEVILLE, NEW JERSEY

John Scotus Erigena, March 16, 1885

Calvinism in Education, April 23, 1888

What Is the Essential Element in Religion? January 27, 1896

WILLIAM A. McSWAIN

1936 - Resigned 1973

A Senator Long Debates, January 17, 1944 (N)

Jettison on the Long Boat, February 16, 1948 (N)

GEORGE HERBERT MEAD

1921 - Died 1931

The Function of Philosophy, December 7, 1925

HENRY CASTLE ALBERT MEAD

1931 - Resigned 1942

Hawaiian Reminiscences, April 6, 1936

JOHN COLLIER MECHEM

1921 - Resigned 1926

GEORGE WALKER MEEKER

1884 - Resigned 1889

CHARLES PATRICK MEGAN

1921 - Died 1947

The Dead Hand, November 26, 1923

Torts, February 23, 1925

In Chancery, December 21, 1925

Dr. Bridge's Will (Presidential Address) October 8, 1928

Dry Law, February 23, 1931

To Have and to Hold, January 28, 1935

*Murder in the Tower, May 1, 1939 (N) (W)

Six Scenes in Search of a Subject, February 23, 1942

Responsible Government, February 21, 1944

Inside Stare Decisis, March 24, 1947
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1922-23, 1927-28
President, 1928-29
Chair, Publications, 1933-34
Corresponding Secretary, 1945-46

GRAYDON MEGAN

1959 - Died 1962

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

FRANKLIN JULIUS MEINE

1935 - Resigned 1938

LEO MELAMED

2003-
*
Reflections on a World Lost (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), January 12, 2004 (N)

LEWIS PYLE MERCER

1881 - Resigned 1882

LOUIS JOSEPH MERCIER

1908 - Resigned 1910

HENRY PAYSON MERRIMAN

1894 - Died 1911

  SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA

The Value of Mental Impressions in the Treatment of Disease, February 24, 1896

LORING WILBUR MESSER

1894 - Resigned 1917

Social Forces in Action, January 16, 1899 (C)

*Fundamental Religious Truths Applied to Life, December 5, 1904 (N)

HAROLD L. METHOD

1958 - Resigned 1960

CHARLES PHILIP MILLER, JR.

1933 - Resigned 1941

Laennec, Inventor of the Stethoscope, April 12, 1937

DONALD S. MILLER

1973 - Died 1989

Sidney Lanier: Bewitched by Shakespeare and His Magic Flute, January 30, 1978 (N)

Book Review, Facing the Music by Henri Temianka, April 30, 1979 (N)

The Bard Knew It All, February 25, 1980 (N)

And Then There Was -- John, April 27, 1981 (N)

Voices, Voices, Voices! February 1, 1982

D.G., December 12, 1983 (N)

Introduction with Words (Presidential Address), October 8, 1984 (N)

Book Review, Subsequent Performances by Jonathan Miller, February 16, 1987 (N)

Triple Crowns, November 2, 1987 (N)
Offices: 

Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1980-81
President, 1984-85

EDWIN LILLIE MILLER

1899 - Died 1934

  DETROIT, MICHIGAN

Chicago: by Juvenal, Jr., October 15, 1900

A Twentieth Century Chaucer, March 28, 1904

Robert Burns, a drama, January 22, 1906

HENRY GILES MILLER

1884 - Resigned 1896

The Silver Question, November 2, 1885

The Silver Legislation of the Last Congress, February 16, 1891

J. ROSCOE MILLER

1946 - Resigned 1949

JAMES ALEXANDER MILLER

1894 - Resigned 1911

The Labor Question, April 2, 1906

The Rights of Labor, March 29, 1909

JOHN STOCKER MILLER

1895 - Died 1922

Something of the Romantic in Litigation, March 18, 1918

JOHN STOCKER MILLER, JR.

1917 - Resigned 1931

Poems, November 3, 1919

The Influence and Results of Whitman's Work, December 1, 1919

Sir William Herschel, October 25, 1920

Around the Fireside, January 7, 1924

Poetry, April 13, 1925

WILLIAM B. MILLER

2008 – Died 2013

GEORGE CRICHTON MILN

1881 - Resigned 1883

THOMAS GEORGE MILSTED

1886 - Resigned 1889

The Origin and Meaning of the Names We Bear, December 10, 1888

CHARLES WELLINGTON MINARD

1903 - Resigned 1909

The Corsairs of the Temple, January 15, 1906 (N)

CLIFFORD MITCHELL

1920 - Resigned 1921

LOUIS CELESTIN MONIN

1900 - Resigned 1908

Reminiscences of a German Soldier, November 10, 1902

Heinrich Heine, December 12, 1904

The Life and Work of Gottfried Keller, March 5, 1906

The Man Within, December 16, 1907

FRANK HUGH MONTGOMERY

1900 - Died 1908

The Influence of Light upon Animal Life, January 25, 1904

Light as a Therapeutic Agent, May 16, 1904
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1907-08

KENNETH F. MONTGOMERY

1954 - Resigned 1958

WILLIAM ADAM MONTGOMERY

1885 - Died 1895

BEVERIDGE HARSHAW MOORE

1916 - Died 1944

Modern Tendencies in Religion, January 26, 1920

The Vis a Tergo, February 5, 1923

A Sudden Relapse, October 22, 1923

Some Random Musings on the Philosophy of Medicine, November 30, 1925

Two Theories (with James Persons Simonds), March 5, 1928

The Study of Anatomy -- Now and Then, March 18, 1929

Old Mizzou, November 18, 1929

La Douce France, November 23, 1931

Idle Thoughts of a Busy Fellow. (Apologies to Jerome K. Jerome), February 4, 1935

Betwixt the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, January 4, 1943
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1920-21, 1930-31
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1923-24

SAMUEL McCLELLAND MOORE

1875 - Resigned 1884

CHARLES AARON MOORMAN

1930 - Resigned 1933

CHARLES W. MORAN

1973 - Resigned 1979

The Greatest Mathematician Who Never Lived, April 10, 1978 (N)

Book Review, "Richard III" by Paul M. Kendall, February 26, 1979 (N)

VICTOR MORAWETZ

1879 - Died 1938

  NEW YORK, NEW YORK

DAVID PERCY MORGAN

1889 - Resigned 1891

American Interest in European Disarmament, January 19, 1891

JAY MORONEY

2010 -
Milledufleur of the Mossad, October 16, 2011 (N)

HENRY CRITTENDEN MORRIS

1904 - Resigned 1916

Contrasts in Books, February 6, 1905

The Flemish Chambers of Rhetoric, November 29, 1909

A Fortnight in Greece, December 4, 1911

A Search for a Sea; a Prelude to the Conquest of the Pacific, January 25, 1915

LAWRENCE C. MORRIS

1988 - Resigned 1995

En Garde! March 12, 1990 (N)

CORINNE S. MORRISSEY

2007 -
Frankie and Nellie Were Not Lovers, May 9, 2011

Offices:

Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 2014-15, 2015-16

JAMES WILLIAM MORRISSON

1902 - Resigned 1917

CHARLES JAMES MORSE

1895 - Resigned 1900

JARED KIRTLAND MORSE

1921 - Resigned 1930

ROBERT H. MOSER

1974 - Resigned 1975

Impact of Epidemic Disease on Wars of Man, February 3, 1975

LEMUEL MOSS

1874 - Died 1904

  PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

ANTHONY JOHN MOUREK

1993 -

A Search for a Title, February 27, 1995 (N)

Last Try, February 2, 1998 (N)

ROBERT ARTHUR MOWAT

1934 - Died 1946

Burns and the Scotland of His Day, February 15, 1937

Newman and Carlyle, a Study in Contrasts, February 13, 1939

Jonathan Swift and His Times, October 13, 1941

Tennyson and His Influence on English Thought and Culture, January 24, 1944

Life and Letters in Scotland in the Eighteenth Century, May 7, 1945

HAROLD NICHOLAS MOYER

1910 - Died 1923

The Mendelian Theory, March 10, 1913

The Freudian Doctrine and Its Limitations, May 10, 1915

Dreams, November 22, 1915

The Submerged Literary Complex, April 14, 1919

Hygiene for the Middle Aged (Symposium), April 25, 1921

"Be fruitful and multiply and replenish the Earth" -- Gen.1:28, May 9, 1921

Drink, May 22, 1922

CLARENCE W. MUEHLBERGER

1938 - Died 1966

  EAST LANSING, MICHIGAN

The Gentle Art of Poisoning, April 23, 1945

THOMAS MULLANEY

2010 -
From Floor to Ceiling, November 19, 2012 (N)

Politics, Money, and Religion, December 1, 2014

Out of the Kitchen, April 3, 2017

Offices:

Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 2016-17

FRANCIS J. MULLIN

1949 - Resigned 1970

  MOUNT CARROLL, ILLINOIS

Grave Doings, April 17, 1950 (N)

The Truths We Live By, March 1, 1954 (N)

The First Hundred Years Are Not the Hardest, March 18, 1957 (N)

By Whose Standards? May 18, 1959

Unable Seaman, First Class, April 5, 1965

 

LUIGI MUMFORD

2004 -
High Art, January 30, 2006 (N)

MANLY S. MUMFORD

1959 - Died 1984

The Skull of a Buffalo, December 14, 1959 (N)
            Re-read before the Club by Manly W. Mumford, October 18, 1999

Wolves in the Streets, November 6, 1961 (N)

An Able Young Man, October 19, 1964 (N)

The Tramp, December 11, 1967 (N)

MANLY W. MUMFORD (biography)

1961 - Died 2003

Temple, October 22, 1962 (N)

Beyond Reason, February 1, 1965 (N)

Fish Eyes, February 27, 1966 (N)

Rules, March 15, 1971 (N)

A Piscine Proposal, November 27, 1972 (N)

Jelly Side Down, December 16, 1974 (N)

Re-read by Luigi Mumford, March 28, 2016.

Government on a Far Planet, November 22, 1976 (N)

The Beginning and the Base (Presidential Address), October 9, 1978 (N)

Hogarty, March 16, 1981 (N)

De Vinorom Mulsorumque Faciendo, May 16, 1983 (N)

Afloat in Champagne, May 6, 1985 (N)

*The Menehune, January 11, 1988 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, Riding the Iron Rooster by Paul Theroux, February 20, 1989

Up from the Abacus, December 10, 1990 (N)

Measuring the Non-Existent, December 9, 1991 (N)

Leader, Book Night, February 8, 1993

Latvia 93, November 7, 1994 (N)

*The Unobservable Force, November 20, 1995 (N)

The Old Family Fire, January 27, 1997 (N)

On Line, November 2, 1998 (N)

Conservancy, January 10, 2000 (N)

To Cross (Caesar's Soliloquy) (Joint meeting with The Fortnightly— “Moral Dilemmas”), March 2, 2001 (N)
Competition Is a Loser, October 21, 2002 (N)
Offices: 

Chair, Publications, 1964-65, 1976-77, 1985-86, 1986-87
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1965-66, 1990-91
President, 1978-79
Chair, Officers and Members, 1995-96
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1999-2000
Webmaster, 2000-01, 2001-02

EDWIN ALSTON MUNGER

1927 - Died 1930

As Told by the Survivors, November 25, 1929

ROYAL F. MUNGER

1929 - Resigned 1932

Finance Since the World War, March 2, 1931

LESTER MUNSON

2001 – Resigned 2002

A New Genus of Jock Brahmins (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), January 8, 2001

SHEILA M. MURPHY

2011 –

Siobhan, February 27, 2017

HARRISON MUSGRAVE

1898 - Resigned 1899

HYMAN MUSLIN

1986 - Resigned 1990

On Shylock and Shakespeare, January 5, 1987 (N)

A Modern View of Shakespeare's Tragedies, January 23, 1989

CHARLES ARTHUR MYALL

1926 - Died 1930