GEORGE PACKARD (Biography) (photograph)

1894 - Died 1949

Thomas Love Peacock, March 8, 1897 (N)

Glimpses of David Garrick, February 6, 1899 (N)

A Matter of Motive (Story), February 4, 1901

Amid the Whistling of Evil Birds (Story), March 13, 1905 (N)

The Letters of Henryk Ibsen, March 5, 1906

Some Observations on the Adventurous Life of a Mendacious Mendicant -- Father Louis Hennepin, April 27, 1908

The Lawyers of Dickens, November 6, 1911

A Canadian Kipling, May 27, 1912

Prejudice and the New Emancipation, April 27, 1914 (N)

Early Light on the Root of National Race Prejudice, May 11, 1914

The Administration of Justice in the Lake Michigan Wilderness, March 1, 1915 (N)

Poems, March 5, 1917

Fellow Citizen. A Civic Problem and a Social Duty. (Presidential Address), October 7, 1918 (N)

Poems, November 3, 1919

Lawyers as Followers in the Improvement of Society, February 23, 1920 (N)

The Humanism of William Dean Howells (Ladies' Night Address), January 31, 1921 (N)

Some Modernistic Fiction for the Middle West, November 21, 1921 (N)

A Consideration of Some Contemporaneous Plays, February 11, 1924 (N)

Some Prejudices and Impressions of an American Lawyer in London, January 19, 1925 (N)

Some Further Samples of the Drama of Today, November 14, 1927 (N)

Eugene O'Neill and Some of His Plays, January 14, 1928 (N)

Fourteen Hundred Miles in the Sahara, October 14, 1929

Some Problems of a Desultory Drama Lover, November 24, 1930 (N)

"O, There Be Players That I Have Seen Play," November 7, 1932 (N)

Jean Nicolet and His Discovery of Lake Michigan November 5, 1934 (N)

A Lawyer Looks at Life, November 4, 1935 (N)

A Puritan Pioneer of Liberty, October 18, 1937 (N)

Book Review, "Eagle Forgotten" by Harry Barnard, 1938?
            (See John K. Notz, Jr.)(N)

The Story of Tecumseh, November 4, 1940

My Fifty Years at the Chicago Bar, November 17, 1941 (N)

Some Mediaeval Dust in the Eyes of the Blindfolded Goddess, October 25, 1943 (N)

A Lawyer Looks at Certain Trends in the World of Art, October 29, 1945 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1899-1900
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1902-03, 1917-18
President, 1918-19

RUSSELL PACKARD

1946 - Resigned 1949

CHARLES EVART PADDOCK

1915 - Resigned 1921

GEORGE ARTHUR PADDOCK

1931 - Resigned 1937

The Dividends of Crime, December 19, 1932

GEORGE LABAN PADDOCK

1879 and 1909 - Died 1910

Historic Periods in European Culture, April 7, 1879

Edited and read an "Informal," October 23, 1882

Edited and read an "Informal," April 28, 1884

Edited and read an "Informal," April 12, 1886

The Source and Tendency of American Patriotism, February 25, 1889

Chicago and the Fair, March 5, 1894

Remarkable Professional Experiences, November 25, 1895

The Education of the American Citizen: Some General Remarks as to the Historic Basis, November 2, 1896

George Washington, President and Commander-in-chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, October 17, 1898

Inaugural Address as President, October 2, 1899

The Two American Diplomacies, November 4, 1901

The Method of Public Power and Personal Responsibility, November 16, 1903
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1883-84
Chair, Officers and Members, 1897-98
President, 1899-1900

THOMAS F. PADO

1991 -

Labrador Retriever, November 25, 1991 (N)

Hot Air, April 13, 1998 (N)

BENJAMIN ELDRIDGE PAGE

1920 - Died 1957

HERMAN PAGE

1905 - Resigned 1909

The Church and Social Service, November 5, 1906

ALONZO WINSLOW PAIGE

1880 - Died 1925

  SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK

EDWARD M. PALUGA

1968 – Died 2016

The Importance of Being Ernest, November 10, 1969 (N)

Book Review, Islands in The Stream by Ernest Hemingway, March 27, 1972 (N)

The Chicago Literary Club 1967 - 1973. New Observations. April 22, 1974 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, The Seven Per Cent Solution by Nicholas Meyer, March 3, 1975

Maximilian and Carlotta, November 8, 1976 (N)

The Greatest Battle, May 2, 1983 (N)

Humour (Presidential Address), October 10, 1983

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, The Garden of Eden by Ernest Hemingway, February 16, 1987 (N)

You're Not Irish, Are You? February 7, 1994 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1972-73
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1975-76
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1985-86, 1987-88, 1988-89, 1989-90, 1990-91
Corresponding Secretary, 1981-82
President, 1983-84

STANLEY PARGELLIS

1947 - Died 1968

  CAPE PORPOISE, MAINE

William Hay (Ladies' Night Address), January 24, 1949 (N)

Poor Fred, May 22, 1950 (N)

Expediency? November 17, 1952 (N)

*Brown and Smith: A Socratic Dialogue, April 8, 1957 (C) (N)

Muzzling the Woman-Hater (Ladies' Night Address), May 21, 1962
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1955-56

ALONZO KETCHAM PARKER

1900 - Resigned 1904

DONALD J. PARKER (biography)

1973 – Died 2006

Book Review, Selections from the Writings of A. Conan Doyle, March 3, 1975

A Vintage Year, April 5, 1976 (N)

More Skies of Gray, January 26, 1981 (N)

The Chicagoans, March 5, 1984

De Magister, November 11, 1985 (N)

Book Review, The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway, February 16, 1987 (N)

Whose House Is That? (Ladies' Night Address), May 16, 1988 (N)

First, Let's Kill All the Lawyers, November 13, 1995 (N)

The Philosopher, May 3, 1999 (N)

Passages (Joint meeting with The Fortnightly), The Passage, March 3, 2000 (N)

Supreme Penalty, January 28, 2002 (N)

FRANCIS WARNER PARKER

1912 - Died 1922

The Spirit of Invention, February 17, 1913

*The Land of Lost Causes, May 22, 1916 (C) (N)

The Great American Ruin, April 12, 1920

FRANCIS WAYLAND PARKER

1884 - Resigned 1886

LESLIE MONROE PARKER

1943 - Died 1977

The Hills Are Good, March 21, 1949 (N)

They Were Not Afraid, May 19, 1952 (N)

*He Needed No Wings, April 12, 1954
            (Re-read before the Club by Todd S. Parkhurst, December 12, 1977) (N)

Other Years, May 13, 1957 (N)

A Road to the Isles, May 4, 1964 (N)

She Is Not the Mother (Ladies' Night Address), May 17, 1965 (C) (N)

An Irishman Born, March 27, 1967 (N)

Frenchy, Go Home, April 21, 1969 (N)

I, Too, Have Known, February 22, 1971

NORMAN S. PARKER

1943 - Died 1990

CARMEL, CALIFORNIA

Gin and Geography, February 25, 1946 (N)

The Zariffa and Other Exotics in Old European Zoos, May 3, 1948 (N)

Early Voyagers on the Western Ocean, November 27, 1950 (N)

From Ass to Aeroplane: An Ancient Trade Route, January 18, 1954 (N)

The River, April 15, 1957 (N)

What Price Censorship? April 4, 1960 (N)

Tourists All, November 13, 1961 (N)

The More the Merrier? November 2, 1964 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, "Oxford History of the American People," November 21, 1966 (N)

An Old Frontier, November 25, 1968 (N)

Nostalgia (Presidential Address), October 12, 1970 (N)

The Education of Norman Parker (Selections from memoirs edited and read by Herman H. Lackner), October 26, 1987 (N)
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1960-61, 1961-62
President, 1970-71

TRICIA JANE PARKER

2012 –

The Analysand, January 14, 2013 (N)

TODD SHELDON PARKHURST

1970 -

A War Story, October 25, 1971 (N)

An Environmental War Story, October 21, 1974 (N)

A Practicum, January 10, 1977 (N)

Super Crunch, November 14, 1977 (N)

Superior, March 9, 1981 (N)

Finding Treasure, October 18, 1982 (N)

Life, Death and Resurrection, December 2, 1985 (N)

*Adventure for Two (Ladies' Night Address), May 15, 1989 (N)

Utopias (Presidential Address), October 2, 1989 (N)

The Great Debate, April 27, 1992

One, Two, Three, April 19, 1993

Journeys, October 21, 1996 (N)

Voices, October 19, 1998 (N)

Passages (Joint meeting with The Fortnightly), The Passsage, March 3, 2000 (N)

Revolutionary Remarks, December 4, 2000  (N)
A Time to Sow and a Time to Reap: The Story of “Amazing Grace” (Closing Meeting Address), May 12, 2003 (N)
Through Other Eyes, October 11, 2004 (N)
Justice and Mercy, May 12, 2008
I’ll Think of Something: Marching to Zion, November 28, 2011 (N)
The Queen of America , with Appendices, April 15, 2013 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1977-78
Chair, Officers and Members, 1979-80, 1991-92
Chair, Publications, 1982-83
Corresponding Secretary, 1978-79, 1988-89
President, 1989-90

ROBERT HENRY PARKINSON

1897 - Resigned 1909

An Unconscious Emancipator: Cyrus H. McCormick, Sr., February 10, 1902

JAMES BAYARD PARSONS

1952 - Resigned 1965

NEWTON AUGUSTUS PARTRIDGE

1898 - Resigned 1921

Little Journeys, January 15, 1900

Line Upon Line: Gems Extracted from Legal Decisions, March 7, 1904

BENJAMIN PASAMANICK

1965 - Resigned 1981

  ALBANY, NEW YORK

SHELDON PATINKIN (Obituary)

2013 – Died 2014

From the University of Chicago to the Second City, (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), October 21, 2013 (N)

ANDREW PATNER

1995 - Resigned 2002

JOHN CLOREY PATTERSON

1874 - Resigned 1877

John Wise, the First American Democrat, February 21, 1876

PERRY SMITH PATTERSON

1923 - Resigned 1925

ROBERT WILSON PATTERSON, JR.

1875 - Resigned 1888

John Wise, the First Great American Democrat, December 1, 1879

STEWART PATTERSON

1958 - Resigned 1971

People, November 28, 1966

HUGH TALBOT PATRICK

1898 - Resigned 1899

JOHN BARTON PAYNE

1894 - Resigned 1897

WILLIAM MORTON PAYNE

1897 - Died 1919

The Molire of the North (Ludwig Holberg), October 11, 1897

American Literary Criticism, and the Doctrine of Evolution, November 6, 1899

The Poetry of Mr. Swinburne, March 2, 1903

Literary Criticism of the United States, April 25, 1904

Personal Reminiscences of Shakespearean Performances in Chicago, April 23, 1906

*A Quarter-Century of English Literature, 1880 - 1905, November 25, 1907 (C) (N)

Abraham Lincoln, February 15, 1909

A Stoico-Epicurean Adiaphorist: Henry David Thoreau, March 22, 1909

Books of the Year (Symposium), December 19, 1910

Peter and the Primrose (Presidential Address), October 2, 1911

Poems, March 5, 1917

"The first Lord in the yunited States of Amercay," February 10, 1919
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1900-01
Chair, Publications, 1901-02, 1907-08
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1908-09
President, 1911-12

AUGUSTUS STEPHEN PEABODY

1908 - Resigned 1911

FRANCIS BOLLES PEABODY

1882 - Resigned 1894

SELIM HOBART PEABODY

1877 - Resigned 1898

Utilitarianism in Education, April 14, 1879

The Mission of the Sunbeam, January 11, 1892

Some Lessons of the Great Exposition, April 2, 1894

CHARLES WILLIAM PEARSON

1887 - Resigned 1889

JAMES CARR PEASLEY

1887 - Resigned 1890

BRONSON PECK, JR.

1876 - Died 1895

CLAUDE J. PECK, JR. (biography)

1994 - Died 2001

Uber die Brucke und immer geradeaus, March 27, 1995 (N)

WTTW and Edward L. Ryerson, November 17, 1997 (N)

September Song, April 3, 2000 (N)

GEORGE RECORD PECK

1896 - Resigned 1903

Wordsworth, May 30, 1898

JAMES H. PEERS

1955 - Resigned 1958

EMERSON WILLIAM PEET

1876 - Died 1902

JAMES HARVEY PEIRCE

1883 - Resigned 1913

Normals and Eccentrics of the Patent Office, March 2, 1885

Our Icelandic Kinsmen and Their Commonwealth, March 21, 1891

An Icelandic Scholar of the Twelfth Century, October 21, 1895

Some Modern Aladdins, March 4, 1901

ABRAM MORRIS PENCE

1874 - Died 1905

Edited and read an "Informal," April 1, 1876

The Conditions and Prospects of Protestantism (Conversation), March 6, 1882

Trial by Jury (Conversation), February 1, 1889

The Law and the Lady: A Tale of Two Continents, October 24, 1898

The Evolution of the Federal Constitution and State Socialism, October 26, 1903
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1894-95

CHARLES EDGAR PENCE

1930 - Died 1941

DWIGHT HEALD PERKINS

1901 - Resigned 1906

Shop Talk and Its Relation to Thought, December 8, 1902

A Metropolitan Park System for Chicago, October 17, 1904

HERBERT FARRINGTON PERKINS

1893 - Resigned 1904

NORMAN CAROLAN PERKINS

1874 - Died 1895

  DETROIT, MICHIGAN

Socialism in Chicago, January 5, 1880

MARK PERLBERG

guest, 2005
Poetry Evening: The End of the Holidays, February 21, 2005 (N)

ROBERT L. PERLMAN

2001 – Resigned 2004

*Why We Get Sick, December 3, 2001 (N)

RAYMOND ST. JAMES PERRIN

1884 - Died 1915

  NEW YORK, NEW YORK

SEYMOUR H. PERSKY

1997 – Died 2015

BRITTANY LYNN PETERSEN

2012 –

Fighting Inertia, February 10, 2014 (N)

Surely You Jest (Joint meeting with the Fortnightly of Chicago— “Surely You Jest”), March 6, 2015

Pride and Guts, February 29, 2016

SCOTT WILLIAM PETERSEN

1992 -

El Deguello, January 31, 1994 (N)

I've Been Working on the Railroad, January 26, 1998 (N)
Lightly Buttered, March 3, 2003 (N)
The Best Medicine, March 14, 2005 (N)
By Two’s and Three’s, April 2, 2007 (N)
The Renaissance Hombre, January 7, 2013 (N)

WILLIAM FERDINAND PETERSEN

1922 - Died 1950

The Other Side, April 28, 1924

Hippocrates -- One of the Forgotten Men, November 20, 1933

We Owe a Cock to Asclepius, March 19, 1945

Schizophrenic America, November 1, 1948

WILLIAM O. PETERSEN

1965 – Died 2012
  HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE

King James, April 24, 1967

My Glorious FRIEND, February 18, 1974

Adler, April 20, 1987 (N)

Columbia, April 1, 1991

-Fresh Air-, April 26, 1999

DONALD G. PETERSON

1988 - Resigned 1990

Black Slavery in America, November 28, 1988 (N)

JAMES A. PETERSON

1991 - Resigned 1994

WILLIAM JACOB PETRIE

1874 - Resigned 1878; 1888 - Died 1913

  SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

A Student of Comparative Theology Two Hundred Years Ago, May 6, 1876

Cicero's Obligations to Greek Writers, November 9, 1891

Mysticism, January 6, 1902

HOLMAN DEAN PETTIBONE

1923 - Resigned 1935

Purse Strings, November 10, 1924

Professions Incorporated, April 7, 1930
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 1929-30, 1930-31

JOHN P. PHAIR

2004 – Resigned 2009
HIV: African in Origin But with Consequences for Chicago (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), January 10, 2005 (N)

GEORGE BENJAMIN PHELPS, JR.

1891 - Resigned 1896

MYRON HENRY PHELPS

1886 - Not Known

GEORGE LEVIS PHILLIPS

1888 - Died 1889

GLEN H. PHILLIPS

2006 – Resigned 2009
Triptych, April 28, 2008 (N)

JOSIAH LITTLE PICKARD

1874 - Died 1914

  CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA

CHARLES CHURCHILL PICKETT

1890 - Resigned 1909

Criticism in Fiction, April 11, 1892

ELBRIDGE BANCROFT PIERCE

1941 - Resigned 1949

Our Democratic Army, January 12, 1948

JAY PIERCE

2004 – Resigned 2005

DOUGLASS PILLINGER

1940 - Died 1983

Within Four Walls, January 5, 1942 (N)

The Story of Elinor Wylie, February 18, 1946 (N)

The Oneida Community, April 2, 1951

*K.M., March 21, 1955
            (Re-read before the Club by the author, February 11, 1974) (C) (N)

The Charles Revisited, May 4, 1959 (N)

One of the Missing (Presidential Address), October 3, 1960 (N)

*A Golden Vessel of Great Song, May 18, 1964
            (Re-read before the Club by Todd S. Parkhurst, April 24, 1978) (C) (N)

Book Review, "The Divine Mistress" by Samuel Edwards, March 29, 1971

*More Than Ninety-Five Years Later (Read at a Centennial Celebration of The Fortnightly of Chicago with the Chicago Literary Club), February 16, 1973 (C) (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1955-56
President, 1960-61
Chair, Publications, 1968-69

EDWARD M. PINSOF

1982 - Resigned 1994

FRANK W. PIRRUCCELLO

1974 - Resigned 1982

The Praying Mantis Murder, November 10, 1975

The Capgrass Syndrome, January 14, 1980

CLEMENT KNOWLES PITTMAN

1909 - Died 1921

  LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

American Ideals and Immigration, March 2, 1914 (N)

BRADLEY J. PLASCHKE

1997 – Resigned 2005

  SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA

EDWARD H. POLLEY

1975 - Resigned 1984

The Other Mask, November 20, 1978

DAVID POMPER

1960 - Resigned 1960

ALLEN BARTLIT POND

1888 - Resigned 1909

An Essay in Criticism: wherein is an argument setting forth (showing up) the true relationship of Poetry and Prose, March 24, 1890

An Invocation to the Muses: wherein is a petition that said Muses take up their abode in Chicago ....with reasons for such change of base, March 24, 1890

Books That Have Not Helped Me, January 4, 1892

Why James Watson Never Married (Story), January 4, 1892

Where Moses Stood, April 16, 1894

The Last Expression of Art (Preface to the Catalogue of "An Expos of Exceptional Expressionism"), February 28, 1898

Trades Unionism (Conversation), March 12, 1900

A Gospel of Beauty, May 28, 1900

Recent Poetry (Conversation), December 16, 1901

The Day of Small Things, March 8, 1909
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1897-98, 1898-99

IRVING KANE POND (Short Biography; Long Biography) (Biographical entry in Wikipedia)

1888 - Died 1939

A Strange Fellow, November 11, 1889 (C)

The Mystery of the Light (Story), March 2, 1891

A Matter of Taste, March 6, 1893

The Pleasures of Travel, April 16, 1894

Can Architecture Become Again a Living Art? December 23, 1895

The Poetry of Motion: and Other Matters, October 30, 1899

A Few Meloncholy Reflections and Lively Anticipations of Misdeeds to Come, January 2, 1905

A Side Light on Architecture, May 14, 1906

Art and the Expression of Individuality, February 13, 1911

About Two Hours (Facetious Address), May 27, 1912

An Ancient Principle and a Modern Application, March 7, 1913

Confusion of Mind, October 6, 1913

Architecture: Its Origins and Illusions, November 9, 1914

Poems, March 5, 1917

Here Lies the Way, March 4, 1918

"The Stones of Venice," December 15, 1919

Art in a Straight-jacket (Presidential Address), October 9, 1923

*A Day Under the Big Top: A Study in Life and Art, January 21, 1924

            (Re-read before the Club by Francis A. Lackner, Jr., February 26, 1990) (C) (N)(W)

Education for Art and Life (Ladies' Night Address), March 30, 1925

I'm a Member of the Cruise, October 18, 1926

On Believing and Leaving, October 15, 1928

Toward an American Architecture, February 3, 1930

Hold Your Horses: The Elephants Are Coming! November 16, 1931

What Is Modern Architecture? February 27, 1933

Just One Thing After Another, October 22, 1934

Do Children Think? October 17, 1938
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises,  1900-01
Chair, Rooms and Finance,  1921-22
President,  1922-23
Selections so noted are taken from A Strange Fellow and Other Club Papers, by Irving K. Pond, published by Willett, Clark and Company, 1938, and have been edited by the author after their original presentation. No other copy is known to exist.  The two selections listed below are taken from this work but do not appear in the Club records otherwise.
The Whale – A Study, November 22, 1897
Reviewer, Book Night, The Haunted Book Shop, March 15, 1920

MARK POOL

1995 - Resigned 1998

Elfland Revisited, April 7, 1997 (N)

CHARLES CLARENCE POOLE

1893 - Resigned 1907

The Inventive Faculty, January 13, 1902

WILLIAM FREDERICK POOLE (photograph) (Biography)

1874 - Died 1894

The Origin and Secret History of the Ordinance of 1787, April 19, 1875

The Opportunities of the Man of Means and Leisure (Conversation), May 14, 1877

The Mission and Function of Public Libraries, November 11, 1878

Inaugural Address as President, October 6, 1879

Witchcraft (Conversation), April 17, 1882

Mr. Bancroft and the Ordinance of 1787, May 28, 1883

Some Matters Relating to the Early Northwest, February 4, 1889

The Literary Character of the Columbus Family, October 3, 1892

Columbus as a Discoverer and as a Man (Conversation), October 24, 1892

Modern Education and the University Extension, October 9, 1893
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1875-76, 1876-77
Chair, Officers and Members, 1878-79
President, 1879-80

ERWIN E. POPCKE

1960 - Resigned 1964

ROBERT PERCEVIL PORTER

1880 - Died 1917

  OXFORD, ENGLAND

LOUIS FREELAND POST

1901 - Died 1928

  WASHINGTON, D.C.

The Prophet of San Francisco, November 17, 1902

*A Non-Ecclesiastical Confession of Religious Faith, December 5, 1904 (C) (N)

Despotism vs. Democracy, April 2, 1906 (N)

The Truth About the Morley Letters, an Incident of the Garfield Campaign, October 22, 1906

The State Control of Railways, November 23, 1908

Newspaper English, January 9, 1911

At the Crack of a Boss's Whip: A Personal Experience in the Politics of Old New York, March 3, 1913

A Carpet-Bagger in South Carolina, April 16, 1917
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1913-14

HAROLD H. POSTEL

1944 - Resigned 1958

Diogenes' Lantern, November 5, 1945 (N)

A Pedagogue Passes, February 27, 1950 (N)

Use and Abuse of Words, January 19, 1953 (N)

They Also Served, October 29, 1956 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises,  1954-55

MICHAEL H. POSTILION

1999 – Resigned 2002

EDWARD CLEMENT POTTER

1900 - Resigned 1903

ROSCOE POUND (Short Biography, Long Biography)

1910 - Died 1964

  CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS

Another Side of British Criminal Justice, April 30, 1928

HENRY ALFRED POVELEITE

1911 - Not Known

  CINCINNATI, OHIO

GEORGE GRIFFITH POWERS

1928 - Died 1944

Uncle Americus, February 22, 1932

The Daring Dane, March 18, 1935

The Great Hauling, March 13, 1939

Gabriel Takes a Wife, March 17, 1941

Lowdown on Cousin George, April 12, 1943
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1932-33
Chair, Officers and Members, 1935-36, 1936-37
Chair, Publications, 1943-44

HORATIO NELSON POWERS

1874 - Died 1890

  BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT

Edited and read an "Informal," December 7, 1874

Edited and read an "Informal," October 4, 1875
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1874-75, 1875-76

ROBERT BRUCE PREBLE

1921 - Resigned 1929

SARTELL PRENTICE

1882 - Died 1905

The Influence of Locality, November 27, 1893

ARLYNN PRESSER

2013 –

An Exegesis of Seneca Paris (Short Play Night), November 11, 2013 (N)

Instructions for Walking Eddie, March 17, 2014 (N)
The Gods, They Think Us Crazy (Short Play Night), November 10, 2014

FREDERICK W. PRESTON

1973 - Resigned 1993

  SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA

Book Review, The Nuremburg Fallacy by Eugene Davidson, December 17, 1973 (N)

KEITH PRESTON

1923 - Resigned 1924

Literary Levities, April 16, 1923

BENJAMIN M. PRICE

1952 - Resigned 1963

  NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Mysterious Diary, November 8, 1954 (N)

DAVID JOHN PRICE

1993 - Resigned 1998

HARRY CLAYTON PRICE

1993 - Resigned 1997

Innocent in Africa, February 6, 1995

MARK K. PROESEL

2008 – Resigned 2010

JOHN VAN PROHASKA

1942 - Died 1969

An Experience in the Sudetenland, May 7, 1951 (N)

Unum Necessarium, March 23, 1959 (N)

HOWARD BRIAN PROSSNITZ

1989 -

Royal Charles (The Royal Refugee), November 11, 1991 (N)

Just William (Joint meeting with the Fortnightly of Chicago – “Four Rascals”), , March 8, 1996 (N)

Through the Brooking Glass, February 10, 1997 (N)

Heroes (Closing Meeting Address), May 18, 1998 (N)

Fords, February 22, 1999

In Search of Peter Mayle, February 4, 2002 (N)
On The Street Where I Live, November 8, 2004 (N)

Surely You Jest (Joint meeting with the Fortnightly of Chicago— “Surely You Jest”), March 6, 2015

A Dummy’s Guide to Surviving Acute Myeloid Leukemia, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love My Nurses, November 28, 2016

Offices: 
Treasurer, 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-2000

THEODORE PHILANDER PRUDDEN

1887 - Died 1915

Life in a New England Town in the Seventeenth Century, March 10, 1890
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1893-94

EUGENE ERNST PRUSSING

1899 - Resigned 1916

Some Personal Reminiscences of Edwin Burritt Smith, May 28, 1906

Ein Acht and Vierzigster: One of the Men of 48, March 25, 1907

Carl Schurz, April 19, 1909

Chicago's First Great Lawsuit: Forsyth and Kinzie vs. Jeffro Nast, November 16, 1914

The Art of Advocacy, January 3, 1916

KELLY PUCCI

1999-Resigned 2004

LYNNE PUDLES

1995 - Resigned 1998

CHARLES BERNARD PUESTOW

1941 - Resigned 1948

ERNST WILFRED PUTTKAMMER (Short Biography; Long Biography)

1923 - Died 1978

The Most Commonplace Thing in the World, December 15, 1924
            (Repeated by request, April 30, 1945) (N)

Traveller's Tales, April 25, 1927 (N)

A Glimpse of the Sahara (Illustrated), October 22, 1928 (N)

Letters from the A.E.F., April 18, 1932 (N)

More Letters from the A.E.F., October 17, 1932 (N)

Ibn Battuta, October 16, 1933 (N)

*The Princes of Thurn and Taxis, October 19, 1936

            (Re-read before the Club by Francis A. Lackner, Jr., March 25, 1991) (C) (N) (W)

The Marshals of France, November 28, 1938 (N)

The Marshals of Napoleon (Presidential Address), October 9, 1939 (N)

A Famous Family of Old Augsburg (Ladies' Night Address), March 29, 1943 (N)

A Man-made Colossus, February 19, 1945 (N)

Gambling, December 16, 1946 (N)

Museum Pieces of the Law, November 14, 1949 (N)

*The Notorious Colonel Blood, April 20, 1953

            (Re-read before the Club by Francis A. Lackner, Jr., October 19, 1992) (C) (N)

The Growth of a Legend (Ladies' Night Address), March 28, 1955

            (Re-read before the Club by the author, October 14, 1975) (N)

*Mau Mau, January 21, 1957 (C) (N)

Impressions of Russia in 1957, October 14, 1957 (N)

The Wonders They Saw -- or Said They Saw, December 13, 1965 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1930-31, 1937-38
President, 1939-40
Recording Secretary, 1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54
Treasurer, 1951-52, 1952-53, 1953-54

 

DANIEL T. PYNE

2016 -

Sending Out a Signal (New Member Short Paper Night), January 23, 2017