LORADO TAFT (Biography)

1889 - Resigned 1900

Paris from a Mansard: Experiences of an American Art Student, January 20, 1890

Facial Expression in Nature and Art, January 25, 1892

Some Surprises of the Art Palace, October 30, 1893

The Entire History of Art from its Earliest Beginnings, February 28, 1898

Clothes, Art, and Other Things, May 8, 1899

MARTIN J. TAMPA

1989 - Died 1990

WILLIAM CHARLES TANNER

1905 - Not Known

G. GREGORY TAUBENECK

2002 -
Man with a Black Bag, January 22, 2007 (N)
I’m Back, (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago— “I’m Back”), March 7, 2008

CHARLES HENRY TAYLOR

1883 - Resigned 1894

1901 - Resigned 1915

The Advantage of Socialism, December 21, 1885

Progress and Individual Liberty, April 20, 1903

Is It Nation or Confederacy? May 25, 1908
Offices: 
Corresponding Secretary, 1914-15

ELIZABETH TAYLOR

2015-

My Chicago (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), January 25, 2016

FITZHUGH TAYLOR

1905 - Resigned 1915

GRAHAM TAYLOR

1894 - Resigned 1896

The Social Unification of the City (Conversation), November 26, 1894

THOMAS TAYLOR, JR.

1894 - Resigned 1904

Utopia, May 2, 1898

ROBERT C. TEARE

1928 - Died 1975

  SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA

The Merchant Ethic, February 9, 1931 (N)

Leader, Book Night (two papers), March 17, 1952 (N)

Leader, Book Night; Book Review, "Patriotic Gore" by Edmund Wilson, February 18, 1963 (N)

HORACE KENT TENNEY

1901 - Resigned 1906

A Litigated Romance, April 27, 1903

The Forest Laws of Old England, May 21, 1906

ALFRED HOWE TERRY

1886 - Resigned 1887

SCHUYLER BALDWIN TERRY

1921 - Resigned 1937

FREDERICK CLEVELAND TEST

1928 - Died 1956

Vagrant Bands, January 21, 1929

The Tale of a Trek, January 9, 1933

Historic Halts, November 6, 1933

Hedgeway Rambles (Illustrated), February 18, 1935

Apocryphal Adventure, January 17, 1938

Spring Quarterly Meeting, February 5, 1940

An Oregon Trail Blazer, February 15, 1943

Capital Letters, November 15, 1948

Dismal Silence, November 3, 1952

GEORGE W. TEUSCHER

1960 - Resigned 1972

Ben Franklin Revisits Washington -- 1963, January 14, 1963 (N)

Noach, May 9, 1966 (N)

The Stoop-ed Professor, January 26, 1970 (N)

E. CLINTON TEXTER, JR.

1964 - Died 1995

  LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS

Holidaze, December 18, 1967 (N)

JOHN MARSHALL THACHER

1882 - Resigned 1895

Early Days of a Reform, April 11, 1887

Ideas -- Embodiment -- Right of Property Therein, June 3, 1895

JAMES P. THAVIS

1996 – Resigned 2000

ALFRED ADDISON THOMAS

1894 - Resigned 1900

FRANK WRIGHT THOMAS

1922 - Resigned 1930

HIRAM WASHINGTON THOMAS

1874 - Resigned 1878

STEPHEN P. THOMAS

2000 -

Surveying the Scene, February 5, 2001 (N)
Strangers in the Car and Other Stories, February 24, 2003 (N)
Family Values: A Story for Our Time (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago – “Unintended Consequences”), March 5, 2004 (N)
James Joyce for Dummies, (Closing Meeting Address at The Casino), May 23, 2005 (N)
*America’s Last Natural Man: The Story of Ishi, December 18, 2006 (N)
HENRY IN LOVE: A Thoreau Tableau Vivant (Presidential Address), October 1, 2007
Thirty-two or Thirty-Three: A Story of the 1948 Presidential Campaign, (Short Paper Night; Election Eve Program), November 3, 2008 (N)
Lorado Taft and Chicago’s Oregon Trail, November 16, 2009 (N)
Christmas, 1944, (Short Paper Night), January 31, 2011 (N)
Rolling Down the (Illinois) River, April 9, 2012 (N)
And the Winner Is…, (Short Paper Night; Election Eve Program), November 5, 2012 (N)

Lorado Taft: The Chicago Years (with Robert G. La France) (Joint Meeting with The Cliff Dwellers), April 7, 2014 (N)
The Clock Is Ticking, February 2, 2015

It’s About Time (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago—“Going Back in Time)”), March 3, 2017
Offices: 
Chair, Rooms and Finance, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07
President, 2007-08
Chair, Officers and Members, 2008-09

 

JAMES E. THOMPSON

1995 -

South Side Story, December 1, 1997 (N)

            Happy Hour, film based on one of the stories from this essay, released 2016.

City Hall and Other Stories, February 12, 2001 (N)

Recollections in the Present Tense, February 11, 2002
A Little Resurrection and a Little Redemption, February 7, 2005 (N)
Crossroads, (Joint Presentation at The Fortnightly of Chicago—“Crossroads”), March 3, 2006 (N)
Ten Poems, (Poetry Night), February 12, 2007 (N)
*Whattya Know, (Presidential Address), October 5, 2009 (N)
What Did You Expect? (Closing Meeting), May 14, 2012
(N)
Four Poems on the Adventures of Aging; (Poetry Night), November 26, 2012 (N)
Offices:
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 2007-08, 2008-09
President, 2009-10
Chair, Officers and Members, 2010-11

JAMES WESTFALL THOMPSON (photograph)

1899 - Died 1941

  BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA

The Art of War in the Middle Ages, March 5, 1900

Private Libraries in Chicago, February 6, 1905

Napoleon as a Book Lover, December 11, 1905

Book Hunting as a Sport, January 21, 1906

France as It Isn't, December 9, 1907

New Tales of Old France: "The Wooing of the Lady Talivas" and "The Bell in the Brain," October 12, 1908

The Romance of Historical Research, November 1, 1909

Mark Twain and the Mississippi River, April 25, 1910

The Frankfort Book-Fair of the Sixteenth Century, November 28, 1910

The Mendacity of History, February 12, 1912

The Paston Letters, December 9, 1912

Three Highwaymen in Literaria, March 23, 1914

The Vanished Wend, October 12, 1914

The Principles and Methods of Criticism, May 24, 1915

The Purple West, October 11, 1915

*The Last Pagan (Presidential Address), October 9, 1916; Addenda:  Poem,  Notes  (C) (N) (W)

Poems, March 5, 1917

Time, November 4, 1918

The Charm of the Prologue, December 22, 1919

The Last Oracle, October 18, 1920

More Smoke Than Fire, October 31, 1921

Cathay, and the Way Thither: Unfamiliar Information about an Old Road, February 4, 1924

*Cain, October 26, 1925 (C) (N) (W)

Hell und Dunkel, November 7, 1927

Shakespeare and the Politics of His Time, November 12, 1928

The Roman Empire and America Today, October 21, 1929

The Origin and Development of the Book, November 3, 1930

The Libraries and Book Trade of Ancient Rome, April 23, 1934
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1906-07
Chair, Publications, 1908-09, 1909-10, 1915-16
President, 1916-17

JOHN LEVERETT THOMPSON

1875 - Died 1888

Soldiers' Pensions, May 14, 1888

LEVERETT THOMPSON

1894 - Resigned 1905

Stevenson's Children's Verses, November 26, 1900

MICHAEL THOMPSON

2002 -
Out of Print, November 3, 2003 (N)
The Grave (Closing Meeting Address), May 19, 2008 (N)

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

 

RICHARD E. THOMPSON

1979 - Resigned 2000

The Shared Image, February 14, 1983 (N)

Portents, January 9, 1989 (N)

The Trouble with History, December 11, 1995 (N)

Any Word Will Do, February 15, 1999 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Officers and Members, 1983-84, 1984-85

SLASON THOMPSON

1880 - Resigned 1933

As Others See Us: or Reflections by Six Distinguished Mirrors (Symposium), November 16, 1885

The Model Newspaper, February 3, 1890

James Russell Lowell, October 19, 1891

The Need of the Hour, April 18, 1892

What We All Think About It! (Conversation), June 13, 1892

Ghosts (Symposium), February 27, 1893

The American Novel, October 29, 1894

Different Views of Eugene Field, March 23, 1896

The Gentle Art of Lying, November 29, 1897

Justice to Shafter and Schley, March 6, 1899

The Age and Art of Advertising, March 24, 1902

The Labor Question, November 2, 1903

Lying, April 8, 1907

Moulding Public Opinion, December 11, 1911

The Parlous Times in Which We Live, January 26, 1914

The Administration of Woodrow Wilson, February 1, 1915

The Poetry of this War, November 29, 1915

The War in Retrospect, May 17, 1920

The League of Nations -- a Post-mortem, March 21, 1921

The Present-day Business Man Can Dispense with the Present-day Lawyer, December 4, 1922
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1892-93

WILLIAM McILWAIN THOMPSON

1909 - Resigned 1930

Canoeing, April 11, 1910

A Literary Fur Trader, April 13, 1914

SAMUEL EDMUND THORNE

1938 - Resigned 1994

  CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS

An Oxford Scholar, January 13, 1941

LOUIS LEON THURSTONE

1943 - Died 1955

  CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA

Three Theories of Intelligence, February 12, 1945

Creative Talent, January 15, 1951

GARY G. TILLERY

1989 - Died 1990

ARTHUR JAMES TODD

1922 - Resigned 1936

Three Wise Men of the East (Ladies' Night Address), January 31, 1927

*The Secularization of Domestic Relations: Nineteen Centuries of Church Versus Sex, January 16, 1928 (C) (N)

Our Vanishing Family, May 5, 1930

A New Critique of Cant, March 28, 1932

A Bundle of Myrrh, February 11, 1935

ALBERT HARRIS TOLMAN

1909 - Died 1928

Some English Dialogues and Their Ancestry, May 2, 1910

Is Shakespeare Anti-democratic? April 10, 1911

A Shakespearean Problem, March 25, 1912

The Folk-Songs of England, December 8, 1913

The European War, October 19, 1914

The Principles and Methods of Criticism, May 24, 1915

Why Did Shakespeare Create Falstaff? November 1, 1915

A Postscript to "The Folk Songs of England," November 1, 1915

Shakespearean Studies, October 14, 1918

Shakespeare's Manipulation of His Sources in "As You Like It," March 1, 1920

The Early History of Shakespeare's Reputation (Presidential Address), October 11, 1920

Earnest and Jest in Shakespeare Scholarship, 1709 - 1747, December 8, 1924

Problems and Humors of the Grammar Class, December 12, 1927
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1911-12
Chair, Officers and Members, 1917-18
President, 1920-21
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1921-22

HENRY LELAND TOLMAN

1878 - Resigned 1882

A Comparative View of the Development of Literature in All Languages, February 2, 1880

C. STEVEN TOMASHEFSKY

2004 –

*From Meri to Milt, February 28, 2005 (N)

A Super Heavy, January 23, 2006

*Easter Egg Chickens, March 24, 2008 (N)

Another World Waugh, March 22, 2010 (N)

Dog Days, March 26, 2012 (N)

Looking Forward, Looking Backward (Joint Meeting with The Fortnightly of Chicago – “Looking Forward, Looking Backward”), March 8, 2013 (N)

The Cane Cutter’s Daughter, March 3, 2014 (N)

A Roll of the Dice, April 6, 2015

 

JAMES S. TOMES

2004 –
  PORTLAND, OREGON
Serendipity, April 3, 2006

Photographic Memories, April 14, 2014 (N)

 

FLOYD WILLIAMS TOMKINS, JR.

1891 - Died 1932

Factors and Products, June 5, 1893

ARNOLD TOMPKINS

1902 - Died 1905

The Nature of Beauty, January 25, 1904

LAWRENCE W. TOWNER

1963 - Resigned 1971

HOWARD VAN SINDEREN TRACY

1933 - Died 1945

MELVIN ALVAH TRAYLOR

1919 - Resigned 1925

Banking and Coinage, January 5, 1920

WALTER EMANUAL TREANOR

1938 - Died 1941

LAMBERT TREE

1874 - Resigned 1878

GEORGE MACAULAY TREVELYAN

Serbia, May 3, 1915

CHARLES HENDERSON TRUE

1923 - Resigned 1936

Some Factors Influencing Locomotive Design, April 21, 1924

Adventures in Transportation: Extracts from the Biography of Jonathan K. Peagreene, Esq., February 7, 1927

Tales from the Mills, February 24, 1930

LYMAN TRUMBULL

1874 - Resigned 1886

Slavery and Its Abolition (Conversation), January 6, 1879

ROBERT D. TSCHIRGI

1952 - Resigned 1953

DANIEL E. TUCKER

1993 - Resigned 1994

Some Notes on Words and Vice Versa (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), April 12, 1993

MAX A. TUDOR

1965 – Died 2012

  INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA

Retaliation or Rehabilitation, February 6, 1967 (N)

Sense -- or Nonsense, February 23, 1970 (N)

From One Hoosier -- Thru Another, March 11, 1974 (N)

Ethics -- As a Science? April 30, 1984 (N)

Finding Fault Is Fun, October 12, 1987 (N)

MURRAY FLOYD TULEY

1880 - Resigned 1897

JOHN L. TUOHY

2015-

Perception in Elsinore, February 20, 2017

ARTHUR RAY TURNER

1940 - Resigned 1980

  WASHINGTON, D.C.

WILLIAM H. TYRE

2009 – Resigned 2013

2016 -
A Voice from the Past: Rediscovering the Writings of John Jacob Glessner (The Arthur Baer Fellowship Address), February 8, 2010