LAWRENCE CARMICHAEL EARLE

1878 - Died 1921

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN

 

SIDNEY CORNING EASTMAN

1894 and 1918 - Died 1930

Cabot, the Discoverer of North America, January 11, 1897

"Eight Years in the British Consulate" by Zebina Eastman, March 3, 1919

More's Utopia with Modern Illustrations, March 14, 1921

 

MARQUIS EATON

1920 - Died 1925

Too Many Cooks, February 13, 1922 (N)

 

CHARLES EBELING
            2005 -
            French Fried – From Monticello to the Moon, October 31, 2005
            Masai Mara Hood Ornament, March 12, 2007
           
Samuel Johnson and His ‘Clubbable’ Friends, January 21, 2008
           
One Collage Too Many, November 3, 2008
            Breakfast with Mr. McDonald, October 26, 2009
            Acceleration, November 8, 2010
            All That Glitters…, November 21, 2011
(N)
           
Bozzy’s Last Lap, Book Night, James Boswell, The Great Biographer – 1789-1795, edited by Marlies K. Danziger and Frank Brady, April 23, 2012 (N)
           
Red, White, Blue and You, Short Paper Night, November 5, 2012
            Offices Held:
            Secretary, 2010-11

 

JAMES HERRON ECKELS

1898 - Resigned 1904

Pamphlets and Pamphleteers of the Oliver Cromwell Period, February 12, 1900

 

STEVEN G. ECONOMOU

1972 – Died 2007

The Watermelon and Other Short Stories, October 22, 1973

Bravo, Niko, November 29, 1976 (N)

 

PETER EDGE (biography)

1972 - Died 2002

WINNETKA, ILLINOIS

How Firm a Foundation. Some Additional Information on the First Fifty Years, January 28, 1974 (N)

Ste. Foy and the Monk from Conques, November 15, 1976 (N)

*Kyrie Eleison: St. Catherine, the Holy Mountain and the Child in the Raspberry Bush, October 29, 1979 (N)

The Enchanted Islands (Presidential Address), October 11, 1982 (N)

The Tiger of Mysore, April 15, 1985 (N)

A Determined Lady, April 10, 1989 (N)

For the Birds (Ladies' Night Address), May 20, 1991 (N)

Changing Times, March 22, 1993

What's in a Name? (Joint meeting with The Fortnightly), March 7, 1997 (N)

A Man of Wolverhampton, March 15, 1999 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises,  1981-82
President,  1982-83

 

ARTHUR ROBIN EDWARDS

1895 - Resigned 1897

 

CHARLES RAYMOND EGE

1922 - Resigned 1927

A Look Across the Border, December 17, 1923

 

GEORGE WILLIAM EGGERS

1908 - Resigned 1915

Some Modern Developments of Industrial Education, Particularly as Related to General Education, May 30, 1910

 

EDWARD E. EICHENBAUM

1964 - Died 1982

The Queen's Minstrels, December 20, 1965 (N)

A Super's Lament, March 2, 1970 (N)

 

DAVID B. EISENBERG

1964 - Resigned 1971

A Little-known American, February 28, 1966 (N)

 

FRANCIS HOWARD ELDRIDGE

1924 - Died 1944

The Ephemeridae of Literature, February 6, 1928

Tribes Hill and a Vanished League of Nations, April 25, 1932

A Glance at Spengler, April 30, 1934

To Secure These Blessings, April 25, 1938

Who Is this Confucius? April 1, 1940 (N)

Not Wholly as the Twig Was Bent, March 8, 1943 (N)

Mars and the Daughters of Mnemosyne, 1918 - 1943 (Presidential Address), October 11, 1943
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises,  1929-30
Chair, Publications,  1935-36
Chair, Officers and Members,  1939-40
President,  1943-44

 

CHARLES WILLIAM ELIOT (Honorary)

The Qualities and Resources of Harvard University, February 9, 1891

 

JOSEPH C. ELLIFF

1958 - Resigned 1974

Wilson's Creek Revisited, March 14, 1960 (N)

Book Night, Topic: “The Civil War”, November 27, 1961 (N)

Book Night, The Source by James Michener, January 31, 1966 (N)

Book Night, Antietam: The Story of a Battle by Bruce Catton, December 15, 1969

 

FRANK MACAGER ELLIOT

1894 - Resigned 1902

A Political Episode in 1856, March 15, 1897

 

JOHN DAYHUFF ELLIS

1930 - Died 1956

TUCSON, ARIZONA

Mass Production -- End Products, April 24, 1933

Ambroise Par, April 22, 1935

 

JAMES WILLIAM ELLSWORTH

1894 - Resigned 1898

 

MAURICE ENGLISH

1961 - Resigned 1965

The Poets Lie Too Much, October 26, 1964 (N)

 

VINCENT W. ERICKSON (biography)

1989 - Died 2002

NORWOOD PARK, ILLINOIS

The Magnolia Milieu, November 4, 1990

Touched by the Muse, October 11, 1993

Urban Encounters, October 30, 1995 (N)

My Two Worlds, October 20, 1997 (N)

Reaching for the Stars, March 13, 2000
Offices: 
Chair, Publications, 1995-96

 

JOSEPH WASHINGTON ERRANT

1904 - Resigned 1909

The Public Service, April 2, 1906

 

HAZEL ESPINAR
            2010 -
            Red Prairie, December 13, 2010

 

JOSEPH PATRICK EVANS

1954 - Resigned 1960

An Upper Mississippi River Town at the Turn of the Century, December 19, 1955 (N)

 

LYNDEN EVANS

1915 - Resigned 1921

Congressional Films (Story), November 27, 1916

The Interparliamentary Union, January 8, 1917

Some Limitations of Democracy, December 3, 1917

 

FRANCIS A. EVEN

1998 – Died 2008

The Life and Times of Edwin Channing Larned 1820 - - 1884, April 17, 2000
The Impromptu LST Aircraft Carriers of the Mediterranean in World War II, January 3, 2005 (N)

 

GODFREY JOHN EYLER

1924 - Died 1959

Waldemar in the Parsonage, March 14, 1927

In Praise of a Declining Art, April 15, 1929 (N)

Early American Maps (Illustrated), March 9, 1931 (N)

Waldemar Leaves the Parsonage, April 16, 1934 (N)

Eight Men Lived in a Tent, March 1, 1937 (N)

Waldemar's Flegal Jahre, March 4, 1940 (N)

Man's Struggle Against Authority, March 22, 1943

Watauga Settlement -- An Early Chapter of America's Struggle Against Authority, March 4, 1946 (N)

Waldemar and His Brethren, February 23, 1948 (N)

The Education of Waldemar Timmerman (Presidential Address), October 10, 1949 (N)

Leader, Book Night, March 16, 1953

On the Way Home, May 17, 1954 (N)
Offices: 
Chair, Arrangements and Exercises, 1938-39
Corresponding Secretary, 1941-42
President, 1949-50