DAVID SIDNEY OAKES

1938 - Died 1960

  LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA

Escape by Sea, December 15, 1941 (N)

One-sixth of a Dozen, March 6, 1944 (N)

Incident at Esnes, November 24, 1947 (N)

Cajun Country, November 29, 1948 (N)

The Lights Are Bright, April 6, 1953 (N)

*Diesel and Docile, February 6, 1956 (C) (N)
            (Re-read before the Club by Francis A. Lackner, Jr., May 11, 1992)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1948-49

HORACE SWEENY OAKLEY

1894 - Resigned 1903

The Franciscan Missions of California, April 30, 1900
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1898-99

HARLAND W. OATES

1991 - Resigned 1994

CATHERINE O’BRIAN

2010 – Resigned 2013

HOWARD VINCENT O'BRIEN

1943 - Died 1947

Recollections of a Cryptogenic, November 19, 1945 (N)

JOHN O'CONNOR

1911 - Resigned 1915

The Spirit of Modern Criminal Reform, March 2, 1914

DENNIS M. O'DEA

1989 – Resigned 2004

  NYACK, NEW YORK

*On Working Out, October 8, 1990 (C)(N)

Looking Forward, Looking Back, February 10, 1992 (N)

A Lady for Iron John (Presidential Address), October 5, 1992

Reminiscences (Ladies' Night Address), May 16, 1994

*Predators (Read by Richard Jacobson), April 12, 1999 (C)(N)

Political Science (Read by Ray Greenblatt), November 20, 2000
Offices: 
President, 1992-93
Chair, Officers and Members, 1993-94

ERIC OLDBERG

1944 - Died 1986

HAROLD B. OLIN

2008 – Resigned 2011

RONALD W. OLSON

1998 – Died 2010
Almost an Instant, March 17, 2003 (N)

HOLMES ONDERDONK

1921 - Resigned 1931

JOHN E. O'NEILL

1968 - Resigned 1976

CASPER WILLIAM OOMS

1930 - Died 1961

D.H. Lawrence: Censored and Unsung, January 19, 1931

Book Review, Magnus Merriman by Eric Linklater, May 7, 1934

Leader, Book Night, December 10, 1934 (N)

Hugo Grotius, May 11, 1936

Prophets With and Without Honor, January 6, 1941

A Post-Mortem of Political Prognoses, March 15, 1943

Carter: American Dreyfus? April 9, 1945 (N)

And Thus Is a Treaty Written, May 12, 1952

So You Have Invented an Atomic Bomb! April 30, 1956 (N)

The Doctor Goes to Law, May 12, 1958 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1934-35
Corresponding Secretary, 1940-41

WILLIAM SIGMUND OPPENHEIM

1894 - Resigned 1905

LEO OPPENHEIMER

1963 - Died 1974

The Republican and the Democrat, February 21, 1966 (N)

FRANK J. ORLAND (biography)

1958 - Died 2000

The Tooth, the Whole Tooth, and Nothing but the Tooth, April 13, 1959

CHARLES ORLOWEK

2011 -
Old Soldiers, January 16, 2012 (N)

JOSEPH R. ORNIG

2012 –
*Our Literary President, April 29, 2013 (N)

HUGH ROBERT ORR

1921 - Resigned 1926

Forbidden Fruit, February 20, 1922

Sonnets of Beauty and Disillusionment, October 15, 1923

My Apology for Living, November 17, 1924

HARTWELL OSBORN

1906 - Died 1914

The Twentieth Army Corps upon the March to the Sea, October 15, 1906 (N)

Sherman's Carolina Campaign, October 26, 1908

The Eleventh Army Corps, November 15, 1909

Sherman's Atlanta Campaign, December 5, 1910

The Eleventh Army Corps in East Tennessee, November 11, 1912

An Unknown German Patriot, May 25, 1914

ADDIS M. OSBORNE

1959 – Died 2011

  STONEHAM, MASSACHUSETTS

The Fight at Tarpon Bridge, January 22, 1962

The Case of the Toulouse Redhead, March 8, 1965

A Window into Europe, February 20, 1967

El Maestro Don Guillermo -- El Viejo, November 2, 1970 (N)

Nonpareil, October 30, 1972 (N)

La Serenissima (Ladies' Night Address), May 19, 1975

In a Changing World (Ladies' Night Address), May 19, 1980

For the Sake of Some Things, May 14, 1984
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1972-73

LOUIS SHREVE OSBORNE

1884 - Died 1912

  NEWARK, NEW JERSEY

Socialism, November 9, 1885

Summer Saunterings in Scotland, November 5, 1888

ARTHUR G. OSGOOD

1956 - Resigned 1971

The Hasty Dish, February 16, 1959 (N)

Bimini Bound, April 23, 1962

ROY CLIFTON OSGOOD

1915 - Died 1958

Hilltown Journalism, February 19, 1917

Lawyers, April 18, 1920
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1919-20
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1925-26, 1926-27, 1927-28, 1928-29

EPHRAIM ALLEN OTIS

1878 - Resigned 1904

The English Constitution (Conversation), March 8, 1880

From Corinth to Perryville in 1862, March 12, 1888

The Government of Great Cities, March 3, 1890

Aaron Burr and His Alleged Treason, November 19, 1894

The Nashville Campaign, January 10, 1898
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1888-89
President, 1896-97 (with G. W. Smith)

JOHN NASH OTT

1915 - Resigned 1924

Anatole France, February 25, 1918

Giordano Bruno, May 16, 1921

The Einstein Theory, April 9, 1923

GEORGE W. OVERTON (biography)

1989 – Died 2004

Secrets, January 30, 1995

The Use and Abuse of Nostalgia, January 13, 1997(N)

The Mechanical King, November 10, 1997(N)

JESSE MYRON OWEN

1924 - Died 1932

A Landmark in Early Irish Literature: The Tin B-- Cualange, February 14, 1927

Demas - A Study in Divided Loyalty, February 27, 1928

John Woolman and Quakerism in American Colonies, February 8, 1932

HARRY J. OWENS

1955 - Resigned 1960

The Art of the Funny Story, December 1, 1958 (N)