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SKULL & BONES

ABRIDGED BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY OF PROMINENT MEMBERS & MEMBERSHIP LIST

By William P. Litynski

(Source: Secrets of the Tomb: Skull and Bones, the Ivy League, and the Hidden Paths of Power by Alexandra Robbins)

Skull & Bones presidential candidates U.S. Senator John Kerry (left) and President George W. Bush (right) in 2004

“My senior year I joined Skull and Bones, a secret society, so secret I can’t say anything more.” – George W. Bush, from A Charge to Keep

Members of Skull and Bones Class of 1878. Members of this class include former U.S. President William Howard Taft.

Members of Skull & Bones Class of 1948. George H.W. Bush stands to the left of the clock.

Unidentified members of Skull & Bones wear black hoods over their heads on “Tap Day” in 1937.

Lawrence Morgan Kelley (S&B 1937, left) taps John Edwin Ecklund Jr. (S&B 1938, right) on “Tap Day” in 1937. Kelley was awarded the Heisman Trophy in 1936. Ecklund was the Treasurer of Yale University from 1966 to 1978.

Skull & Bones membership roster for the Class of 1948

Skull & Bones membership roster for the Class of 1878

The Taft Brothers stand together for a group portrait. From left to right: Henry Waters Taft, William Howard Taft, Charles Phelps Taft, and Horace Dutton Taft. Everyone except for Charles Phelps Taft was a member of Skull & Bones. Charles Phelps Taft was William Howard Taft’s half-brother. All four men were the sons of Alphonso Taft, who was one of the original members of Skull & Bones. The Order of Skull & Bones was established by Dr. William Huntington Russell, M.D., in 1832. The Order of Skull & Bones was incorporated in Connecticut as “Russell Trust Association” and later “RTA Incorporated”. (Time Life photo)

Members of the Yale Corporation in April 1968 Front row, left to right: Joseph Irwin Miller (Chairman of the board of Cummins Engine Co.), John Hay Whitney (former U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain), Edwin Foster Blair, Kingman Brewster Jr. (President of Yale University), The Reverend Gardiner Mumford Day, Joseph Richardson Dilworth (Chairman of the board of Rockefeller Center, Inc.), and Harold Howe II (U.S. Commissioner of Education). Back row, left to right: William Warren Scranton, The Right Reverend Paul Moore Jr., John Vliet Lindsay (Mayor of New York City), William McChesney Martin Jr. (Chairman of the Federal Reserve), William Putnam Bundy (Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs), Caryl Parker Haskins (President of Carnegie Institution of Washington), Frederick Baldwin Adams Jr., William Horowitz, and Spencer Dumaresq Moseley. Absent: Arthur Kittredge Watson (Chairman of IBM World Trade Corporation). Edwin Foster Blair, Joseph Richardson Dilworth, Harold Howe II, William Putnam Bundy, Frederick Baldwin Adams Jr., and Spencer Dumaresq Moseley were members of Skull & Bones. John Hay Whitney and John Vliet Lindsay were members of Scroll & Key. The Right Reverend Paul Moore Jr. was a member of Wolf’s Head.

Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. partners (from left to right) E. Roland Harriman, Prescott S. Bush, Knight Woolley, and Robert A. Lovett meet privately at the Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. office in New York City on July 28, 1964. The Gulf of Tonkin incident occurred during the first week of August 1964. All four men were members of Skull & Bones. E. Roland Harriman and Prescott S. Bush were directors of Union Banking Corporation, a bank in New York City that stored Nazi German financier Fritz Thyssen’s asset of $3,000,000 in 1941.

The Bush family, from left to right: Barbara Bush, George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, Dorothy Walker Bush, and Prescott S. Bush. George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, and Prescott S. Bush are (or were) members of Skull & Bones.

Reichsbank President and Nazi German Economics Minister Hjalmar Schacht (left), former U.S. President Herbert Hoover (center), and American Ambassador to Nazi Germany Hugh Robert Wilson (right) dress for the occasion at a reception held in Berlin on March 8, 1938. Hugh Robert Wilson was a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (Austrian Archives/CORBIS)

W. Averell Harriman (second from left), the Chairman of the board of Union Pacific Railroad and Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., sits next to British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (left) and Soviet Commissar Josef Stalin in 1942. Soviet Foreign Minister Vyacheslav Molotov is seated on the far right. W. Averell Harriman was a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University.

Benito Mussolini (left), the dictator of Fascist Italy, rides in a motorboat with U.S. Secretary of State Henry L. Stimson in Italy in January 1931. Henry L. Stimson was a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (Photo by New York Times Co./Getty Images)

Former President George H.W. Bush visits Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) terrorist Yasser Arafat (center) and his assistant Hanan Ashrawi (left) at a hotel in Washington, D.C. on September 13, 1993. George H.W. Bush is a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (Maher Attar/CORBIS SYGMA)

President George W. Bush meets with Communist Vietnam’s President Nguyen Minh Triet in the former palace of the French governor general of Indochina in Hanoi, Communist Vietnam on November 17, 2006. George W. Bush is a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (Kham/Reuters)

President George H.W. Bush celebrates on Tiananmen Square in Beijing [Peking], Communist China on February 25, 1989. The Tiananmen Square Massacre occurred in Beijing on June 4, 1989. George H.W. Bush is a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. Yale University established an organization called “Yale-in-China” in Changsha, China in the early 1900s; Mao Tse-tung once lived in Changsha, China.

President George H.W. Bush and King Fahd of Saudi Arabia are seen laughing inside the Royal Palace in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on November 21, 1990, less than two months before the beginning of the Persian Gulf War. (Photo: George Bush Presidential Library)

Israel’s Prime Minister Ariel Sharon (left) and President George W. Bush laugh together during their press conference in the Rose Garden at the White House on July 29, 2003, approximately four months after President George W. Bush authorized America’s invasion and occupation of Iraq. Ariel Sharon was a member of the Likud Party at the time this photo was taken. George W. Bush is a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (White House photo by Paul Morse)

George H.W. Bush (second from right) appears with CIA Director Porter Goss and seven other former CIA directors on August 16, 2005. Left to right: Porter Goss, John Deutch, Robert Gates, William Webster, Stansfield Turner, R. James Woolsey, James Schlesinger, George H.W. Bush, and George Tenet. George H.W. Bush is a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (Official CIA Photo)

Members of the Warren Commission present their report on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy at the White House on September 24, 1964. From Left to right: John McCloy (Chairman of the Council on Foreign Relations), J. Lee Rankin (General Counsel), U.S. Senator Richard Russell, U.S. Congressman Gerald Ford, Earl Warren (Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court), President Lyndon B. Johnson, former CIA Director Allen Dulles, U.S. Senator John Sherman Cooper, and U.S. Congressman Hale Boggs. John Sherman Cooper was a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (Photo: Cecil Stoughton/Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library)

John McCloy (left), the former Chairman of Chase Manhattan Bank, chats with Henry R. Luce (right), the founder of Time, Life, and Fortune magazines, at a dinner in New York City in September 1966. John McCloy was a member of the Warren Commission. Henry R. Luce was a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (Photo by Al Fenn/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Governor of Puerto Rico Luis Munoz Marin (center) watches Nelson Rockefeller (second from left) shake hands with Governor of New York Averell Harriman during a meeting in New York City on September 10, 1958. Averell Harriman was a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (Photo: Puerto Rican Heritage Digital Library)

David Rockefeller (left), the former Chairman and CEO of Chase Manhattan Bank, receives a gift from George H.W. Bush. George H.W. Bush is a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University.

International banker John Pierpont Morgan (left) shakes hands with Secretary of War William Howard Taft (right) at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut in June 1908. William Howard Taft was a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University.

President-elect Woodrow Wilson (left, Democratic Party) and outgoing President William Howard Taft (right, Republican Party) laugh together outside the White House on March 4, 1913 prior to Wilson’s inauguration. The 16th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution legalizing the federal income tax was ratified on February 3, 1913; the Federal Reserve Act was signed by President Woodrow Wilson on December 23, 1913. William Howard Taft was a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (Photo: Library of Congress)

Former President George H.W. Bush (left, Republican Party) greets U.S. President Barack Obama (right, Democratic Party) at the Points of Light forum at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas on October 16, 2009. George H.W. Bush is a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. (Reuters)

Vice President Richard Nixon (2nd from left, Republican Party) greets U.S. Senator Prescott S. Bush (right, Republican Party). Prescott S. Bush was a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University.

President George W. Bush (center, Republican Party) appears with former President George H.W. Bush (left, Republican Party) and former President Bill Clinton (right, Democratic Party) at the White House. George W. Bush and his father George H.W. Bush are members of Skull & Bones at Yale University.

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (left) shakes hands with Henry L. Stimson at the White House on July 10, 1940 after the Senate confirmed his nomination as Secretary of War. Henry L. Stimson was a member of Skull & Bones at Yale University. Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s grandfather Warren Delano Jr. was a partner of Russell & Co., an American company that sold opium in China in the early 1800s. (Bettmann/CORBIS)

President George H.W. Bush (center) appears with former presidents (left to right) Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and Jimmy Carter in the Oval Office on November 4, 1991. (Photo: George Bush Presidential Library)

Former President of Yale University Timothy Dwight, U.S. President William Howard Taft, and President of Yale University Arthur Twining Hadley walk together during a commencement at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut on June 21, 1911. All three men were members of Skull & Bones. The Wuchang Uprising and the overthrow of the Ching (Manchu) Dynasty occurred in China on October 10, 1911.

William P. Litynski

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: I served in the U.S. Army from 2001 to 2004 as a soldier in the First Armored Division in Germany (1-1 CAV, Budingen); I was deployed to Iraq (near Baghdad) from April 2003 to July 2004. I have traveled to many cities and places, including Tokyo, London, Paris, Rome, Berlin, Vienna, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Milan, Venice, Luxembourg City, Boston, Philadelphia, New York City, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle, Denver, Dallas, New Haven (Connecticut), Yale University, Harvard University, Princeton University, Columbia University, Buckingham Palace, British Parliament, Reichstag, Grand Canyon, Swiss Alps, and the Rhine River valley. I reside in Pensacola, Florida and lived in Crestview, Florida for several years. E-mail: wpl314@yahoo.com

PROMINENT MEMBERS OF SKULL & BONES
Full Name: George Herbert Walker Bush (Skull & Bones Class of 1948) Date of Birth: Born on June 12, 1924, in Milton, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Education: B.A. Yale 1948 Occupations: President of the United States (1989-1993); Vice President of the United States (1981-1989) Director of the Council on Foreign Relations (1977-1979) Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (1976-1977) U.S. Liaison Officer to Communist China (1974-1975) Chairman of the Republican National Committee (1973-1974) U.S. Representative to the United Nations (1971-1973) Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Texas, 1967-1971) Chairman of the board of Zapata Off Shore Co. [in Houston, Texas] (1964-1966) President of Zapata Off Shore Co. [in Houston, Texas] (1956-1964) Member of the Bohemian Grove in California; Son of U.S. Senator Prescott S. Bush Graduated from Phillips Andover Academy [preparatory school in Andover, Massachusetts] in 1942 Full Name: William Howard Taft (Skull & Bones Class of 1878) Date of Birth: Born on September 15, 1857, in Cincinnati, Ohio Date of Death: Died on March 8, 1930, in Washington, D.C. Education: B.A. Yale 1878; LL.B. University of Cincinnati College of Law 1880 Occupations: Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1921-1930) President of the United States (1909-1913); Secretary of War (1904-1908) Civil Governor of the Philippine Islands (1901-1904) Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (1892-1900) Solicitor General of the United States (1890-1892) Judge of the Superior Court of Ohio (1887-1890) Professor and Dean, University of Cincinnati (1896-1900) Kent Professor of Law at Yale University (1913-1921) President of American Red Cross (1906-1913); Chairman of American Red Cross (1915-1919) President of the English-Speaking Union of the United States (1921-1930) President of American Bar Association (1913) Member of the Bohemian Grove in California Son of former U.S. Attorney General Alphonso Taft Full Name: William Averell Harriman (Skull & Bones Class of 1913) Date of Birth: Born on November 15, 1891 Date of Death: Died on July 26, 1986, in Yorktown Heights, New York Education: B.A. Yale 1913; Attended Groton School Occupations: Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1931-1946) Limited Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1946-1986) Chairman of the board of Union Pacific Railroad Co. (1932-1942) Chairman of the board of W.A. Harriman & Co. (1920-1931) Chairman of the board of Merchant Shipbuilding Corp. (1917-1925) Investor in Soviet Georgian manganese concessions (1925-1928) Special Representative of the President of the United States to Great Britain (1941-1943) U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1943-1946); U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain (1946) Secretary of Commerce (1946-1948) United States Coordinator for the European Recovery Program [Marshall Plan] (1948-1950) Director of Mutual Security Agency (1951-1953) Governor of New York (1955-1959) Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs (1961-1963) Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs (1963-1965); Ambassador at Large (1961, 1965-1969) U.S. Negotiator at the Paris Peace Conference on Vietnam (1968-1969) Member, United States delegation to Zimbabwe independence ceremonies (1980) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1924-1986) Director of the Council on Foreign Relations (1950-1955) Son of Union Pacific Railroad chief Edward H. Harriman

George H.W. Bush

William Howard Taft

W. Averell Harriman

Henry L. Stimson

Secretary of War (May 22, 1911-March 4, 1913; July 10, 1940-September 21, 1945) Secretary of State (March 28, 1929-March 4, 1933) Governor General of the Philippines (December 27, 1927-February 23, 1929) U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York (1906-1910) Counsel of Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts (1891-1906, 1913-1927, 1933-1940, 1945-1950) President of the New York City Bar Association (1937-1939) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1924-1929, 1934-1950) B.A. Yale 1888; M.A. Harvard 1889; S&B 1888 graduated from Phillips Andover Academy [preparatory school] in 1883 married Mabel Wellington White, daughter of Charles Atwood White (S&B 1854) and great-greatgranddaughter of Constitution signer Roger Sherman, in 1893 Born in New York City on September 21, 1867; Died on October 20, 1950 Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1931-1940, 1946-1947, 1949-1950, 1953-1986) U.S. Secretary of Defense (September 17, 1951-January 20, 1953) Deputy Secretary of Defense (1949-1951) Under Secretary of State (1947-1949) Assistant Secretary of War for Air (1941-1945) Former member of the board of directors of Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) Former member of the board of directors of New York Life Insurance Company Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1927-1931, 1938-1940) B.A. Yale 1918; S&B 1918 Born in Huntsville, Texas on September 14, 1895; Died on May 7, 1986 Member of the U.S. Senate (R-Connecticut, 1952-1963) Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1931-1972) Former member of the board of directors of Union Banking Corporation, Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), and Prudential Insurance Co. Chairman of National War Fund Campaign (1943-1944) National Campaign Chairman of U.S.O. (1942) President of U.S. Golf Association (1935) B.A. Yale 1917; S&B 1917 Married to Dorothy Walker, daughter of businessman George Herbert Walker Sr. Born in Columbus, Ohio on May 15, 1895; Died in New York City on October 8, 1972 Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science at Harvard University (1953-1961) Professor of Government at Harvard University (1954-1961) National Security Advisor (1961-1966) President of Ford Foundation (1966-1979) Professor of History at New York University (1979-1989) Chairman, committee on reducing the nuclear danger at Carnegie Corporation of New York (1990-1993) Scholar-in-residence at Carnegie Corporation of New York (1993-1996) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1947-1995) Bilderberg Meetings participant Son of former Assistant Secretary of State Harvey H. Bundy (S&B 1909) Brother of William P. Bundy (S&B 1939) B.A. Yale 1940; S&B 1940 graduated from Groton School [preparatory school in Groton, Massachusetts] in 1936 Born in Boston on March 30, 1919; Died in Boston on September 16, 1996 Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs (1964-1969) Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs (1963-1964) Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs (1961-1963) Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent (1951-1961) Editor of Foreign Affairs magazine (1972-1984) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1960-2000) Director of the Council on Foreign Relations (1964-1974) Honorary Bilderberg Meetings Secretary General for the United States (1977-1980) Son of former Assistant Secretary of State Harvey H. Bundy (S&B 1909) married to Mary Acheson, daughter of former U.S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson B.A. Yale 1939; M.A. Harvard 1940; LL.B. Harvard 1947; S&B 1939 graduated from Groton School [preparatory school in Groton, Massachusetts] in 1935 Born September 24, 1917; Died October 6, 2000

Robert A. Lovett

Prescott S. Bush

McGeorge Bundy

William P. Bundy

George Leslie Harrison

Chairman of the board of New York Life Insurance Co. (1948-1954) President of New York Life Insurance Co. (1941-1948) President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1936-1940) Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1928-1936) Deputy Governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1920-1928) General Counsel of the Federal Reserve Board (1919-1920) Assistant General Counsel of the Federal Reserve Board (1914-1918) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1929-1953) Member of the Pilgrims Society of the United States B.A. Yale 1910; LL.B. Harvard 1913; S&B 1910 Born January 26, 1887; Died March 5, 1958 Chairman of the board of Fiduciary Trust Company [New York City] (1930-1945) Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1914-1926) Deputy Agent General for reparation payments under Dawes Plan (1927-1930) Vice President of Manhattan Company in New York City (1909-1914) Bank Commissioner of Massachusetts (1906-1909) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1931-1940, 1945-1947) B.A. Yale 1892; S&B 1892 Born in Warwick, New York on May 4, 1870; Died in New York City on November 24, 1949 Great-great-great-grandson of William Livingston (B.A. Yale 1741), signer of the Constitution Great-great-grandson of John Jay, former Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Partner of Morgan, Stanley & Co. (1941-1955) President of Morgan, Stanley & Co. (1935-1941) Partner of J.P. Morgan & Co. (1928-1935) Vice President of Guaranty Trust Co. of New York (1916-1928) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1925-1959) B.A. Yale 1908; S&B 1908 Born October 2, 1885; Died in Philadelphia on May 14, 1963

Pierre Jay

Harold Stanley Chairman of the board of H.J. Heinz Company (1959-1987) Chief Executive Officer of H.J. Heinz Company (1941-1966) President of H.J. Heinz Company (1941-1959) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1953-1986) Bilderberg Meetings participant Father of former U.S. Senator H.J. Heinz III B.A. Yale 1931; S&B 1931 Born July 10, 1908; Died February 23, 1987 H.J. Heinz II Member of Davis, Polk & Wardwell [law firm in New York City] (1940-1950, 1952-1973) Chairman of North Atlantic Council of Deputies and European Coordinating Committee (1950-1952) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1947-1990) Director of the Council on Foreign Relations (1955-1972) Bilderberg Meetings participant B.A. Yale 1924; LL.B. Harvard 1928; S&B 1924 Born in St. Louis, Missouri on November 17, 1902; Died March 23, 1991 Charles M. Spofford Senior financial adviser to the Rockefeller family (1958-1981) Chairman of the board of Rockefeller Center, Inc. (1966-1982) Partner of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. [international bank in New York City] (1951-1958) President of Rockefeller Bros., Inc. (1958-?) Chairman of the Metropolitan Museum of Art [New York City] (1983-1987) Director of Chase Manhattan Bank (1958-1981) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1954-1992) Member of the Pilgrims Society of the United States B.A. Yale 1938; LL.B. Yale 1942; S&B 1938 Born on June 9, 1916; Died in Princeton, New Jersey on December 29, 1997

J. Richardson Dilworth

E. Roland Harriman

William H. Donaldson

Chairman of the board of Union Pacific Railroad Co. (1946-1969) Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1931-1978) Former Director of Union Banking Corporation Chairman of American Red Cross (1954-1973) President of American Red Cross (1950-1953) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1933-1969) Son of Union Pacific Railroad chief Edward H. Harriman; Brother of W. Averell Harriman B.A. Yale 1917; S&B 1917; Graduated from Groton School in 1913 Born in New York City on December 24, 1895; Died February 16, 1978 Chairman of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (2003-2005) Chairman and CEO of Aetna Insurance Co. (2000-2001) Chairman of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (1999-2003) Chairman of the board of New York Stock Exchange (1991-1995) Chairman and CEO of Donaldson Enterprises (1980-1990) Dean of Yale School of Management (1976-1980) Under Secretary of State for Security Assistance (1973-1974) Chairman and CEO of Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette, Inc. [New York City] (1959-1973) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1974-present) B.A. Yale 1953; M.B.A. Harvard 1958; S&B 1953; Born June 2, 1931 Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs (1993-1997) U.S. Ambassador to Communist China (1985-1989) President of the Council on Foreign Relations (1977-1985) Director of State Department Policy Planning Staff (1973-1977) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1973-present) Member of the Trilateral Commission Bilderberg Meetings participant Son of Oswald Bates Lord (S&B 1926); nephew of former Pillsbury Chairman Philip W. Pillsbury B.A. Yale 1959; M.A. Tufts University 1960; S&B 1959 Born in New York City on August 14, 1937 President of the University of Oklahoma (1994-present) Member of the U.S. Senate (D-Oklahoma, 1979-1994) Governor of Oklahoma (1975-1979) Member of the Oklahoma State House of Representatives (1967-1975) Co-Chairman of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board (2009-present) Trustee of Yale University (1988-1997) Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1989-present) Son of former U.S. Congressman Lyle H. Boren; Father of U.S. Congressman Dan Boren B.A. Yale 1963; M.A. Oxford 1965; J.D. University of Oklahoma 1968; S&B 1963 Born in Washington, D.C. on April 21, 1941 Member of the U.S. Senate (D-Massachusetts, 1985-present) Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts (1982-1984) Anti-Vietnam War protester; testified before Congress in “Winter Soldier” hearings on April 22, 1971 Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1992-present) Husband of Teresa Heinz, widow of former U.S. Senator H.J. Heinz III B.A. Yale 1966; S&B 1966 Born on December 11, 1943

Winston Lord

David L. Boren

John Forbes Kerry President of the United States (2001-2009) Governor of Texas (1994-2000) Part-Owner of Texas Rangers [Major League Baseball franchise] (1989-1994) Son of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush Grandson of former U.S. Senator Prescott S. Bush B.A. Yale 1968; M.B.A. Harvard 1975; S&B 1968 Graduated from Phillips Andover Academy [preparatory school in Andover, Massachusetts] in 1964 Born on July 6, 1946 in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A.

George W. Bush

Robert A. Taft

Member of the U.S. Senate (R-Ohio, 1939-1953) Senate Majority Leader (1953) Member of the Ohio General Assembly (1921-1926) Member of Ohio State Senate (1931-1932) Unsuccessful U.S. presidential candidate for the Republican Party (1940, 1948, 1952) Son of former U.S. President William Howard Taft Grandson of former U.S. Attorney General Alphonso Taft B.A. Yale 1910; LL.B. Harvard 1913; S&B 1910 Born in Cincinnati, Ohio on September 8, 1889; Died in New York City on July 31, 1953 Member of the U.S. Senate (R-Kentucky, 1946-1949; 1952-1955; 1956-1973) U.S. Ambassador to India (1955-1956) U.S. Ambassador to Nepal (1955-1956) U.S. Ambassador to East Germany (1974-1976) Member of the Warren Commission (1964) Member of the Kentucky State House of Representatives (1928-1930) Judge of Pulaski County, Kentucky (1930-1938) Member of the board of trustees of the University of Kentucky (1935-1946) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1968-1978) B.A. Yale 1923; S&B 1923 Born August 23, 1901; Died in Washington, D.C. on February 21, 1991 Member of the U.S. Senate (R-Rhode Island, 1976-1999) Secretary of the Navy (1969-1972) Governor of Rhode Island (1963-1969) Member of Rhode Island State House of Representatives (1956-1963) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1982-1999) Member of the Trilateral Commission Bilderberg Meetings participant Father of U.S. Senator Lincoln D. Chafee B.A. Yale 1947; LL.B. Harvard 1950; S&B 1947 Born in Providence, Rhode Island on October 22, 1922; Died October 24, 1999 Member of the U.S. Senate (R-Connecticut, 1929-1935) Member of the staff, United States Food Administration (1917-1918) President of the Connecticut Board of Fisheries and Game (1923-1928) Chairman of the Connecticut Water Commission (1925-1928) Commissioner of Welfare of Connecticut (1935-1939) Member of the advisory committee of the Human Welfare Group of Yale University (1920-1948) Regent of the Smithsonian Institution (1941-1948) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1938-1948) B.A. Yale 1891; S&B 1891 Born February 19, 1869; Died April 27, 1949 Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1958-1981) Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (1954-1958) Member of Cincinnati City Council (1951-1954) Ruled in favor of abortion of unborn children in Roe v. Wade (1973) Member of the Bohemian Grove in California Son of former Mayor of Cincinnati James Garfield Stewart B.A. Yale 1937; LL.B. Yale 1941; S&B 1937 Born in Cincinnati, Ohio on January 23, 1915; Died December 7, 1985 Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1874-1888) Member of the Ohio General Assembly (1849-1850) President of Ohio Constitutional Convention of 1873 B.A. Yale 1837; S&B 1837 Born November 29, 1816; Died in Washington, D.C. on March 23, 1888

John Sherman Cooper

John H. Chafee

Frederic C. Walcott

Potter Stewart

Morrison R. Waite

Alphonso Taft

Secretary of War (1876); U.S. Attorney General (1876-1877) U.S. Minister to Austro-Hungarian Empire (1882-1884) U.S. Minister to the Russian Empire (1884-1885) Judge of Superior Court of Cincinnati (1865-1872) Member of the Common Council of Cincinnati (1847-1849) Member of the Cincinnati Board of Education; Republican Party candidate for Congress in 1856 B.A. Yale 1833; S&B 1833; Co-Founder of The Order of Skull & Bones Born in Townshend, Vermont on November 5, 1810; Died in San Diego, California on May 21, 1891 U.S. Attorney General (1868-1869) U.S. Secretary of State (1877-1881) Member of the U.S. Senate (R-New York, 1885-1891) Special Diplomatic Envoy to Great Britain and France during the Civil War Grandson of Constitution signer Roger Sherman B.A. Yale 1837; S&B 1837 Born in Boston on February 6, 1818; Died in New York City on February 28, 1901

William Maxwell Evarts Member of the U.S. Senate (R-Massachusetts, 1874-1875) Governor of Massachusetts (1872-1874) Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Massachusetts, 1863-1871) Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives (1853-1855) Member of the Massachusetts State Senate (1850) B.A. Yale 1844, S&B 1844 Born January 31, 1820; Died October 5, 1887 William Barrett Washburn Member of the U.S. Senate (R-New York, 1899-1911) President of the New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Co. (1885-1898) Second Vice-President of New York Central & Hudson River Railroad (1882-1885) General Counsel and director of the so-called “Vanderbilt System” (1876-c.1882) Attorney for New York Central & Hudson River Railroad (1869-1876) Attorney for New York & Harlem Railroad (1866-1876) Colonel and judge advocate of the fifth division of the New York National Guard (1873-1881) Secretary of State of New York (1864-1865) Member of the New York State Assembly (1861-1863) Regent of University of the State of New York (1877-1904) Former Chairman of the board of New York Central Railroad Company appointed and confirmed United States Minister to Japan in 1865 but declined B.A. Yale 1856; S&B 1856 Born April 23, 1834; Died April 5, 1928 Member of the U.S. Senate (R-Rhode Island, 1913-1924) Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit (1884-1913) Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Rhode Island (1881-1884) Member of the Rhode Island State House of Representatives (1879-1881) Member of Colwell & Colt [law firm in Providence, Rhode Island] (1876-1881) Member of Palmer & Colt [law firm in Chicago] (1871-1875) B.A. Yale 1868; LL.B. Columbia 1870; S&B 1868 Born June 25, 1846; Died August 18, 1924 LeBaron Bradford Colt U.S. Minister to the German Empire (1889-1893) U.S. Minister to the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1881-1882) Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-New Jersey, 1873-1875, 1883-1889) B.A. Yale 1860; LL.B. Columbia 1863; S&B 1860 Born in New York City on August 24, 1839; Died in Englewood, New Jersey on June 17, 1894

Chauncey M. Depew

William Walter Phelps

Secretary of the Navy (1885-1889) Corporation Counsel of New York City (1875-1882) Partner of Whitney & Betts [law firm in New York City] (1871-1876) Businessman and railway financier in New York City (1889-1902) B.A. Yale 1863; S&B 1863 Born July 5, 1841; Died February 2, 1904 William C. Whitney Secretary of the Treasury (1909-1913) President of Franklin MacVeagh & Company, wholesale grocers (1866-1909, 1915-1932) Director of the Commercial National Bank of Chicago (1880-1909) President of Chicago Bureau of Charities (1896-1904) Trustee of University of Chicago (1901-1913) B.A. Yale 1862; LL.B. Columbia 1864; S&B 1862 Born November 22, 1837; Died in Chicago on July 16, 1934 Brother of former U.S. Attorney General and U.S. Ambassador to Italy Wayne MacVeagh Franklin MacVeagh Governor of Pennsylvania (1923-1927, 1931-1935) Chief of the U.S. Forest Service (1905-1910) Professor of Forestry at Yale University (1903-1936) President of National Conservation Association (1910-1925) Member of the council of Yale-in-China (1926-1930) Brother of ACLU Co-Founder Amos Pinchot (S&B 1897) B.A. Yale 1889; S&B 1889 Born August 11, 1865; Died in New York City on October 4, 1946 Governor of Connecticut (1911-1915) Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors (1907-1910) Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors (1893-1910) President of American Bar Association (1890) Professor of Law at Yale Law School (1869-1919) Legal Counsel to the New York and New England Railroad (1871) Son of former U.S. Senator and Governor of Connecticut Roger Sherman Baldwin Great-grandson of Constitution signer Roger Sherman B.A. Yale 1861, S&B 1861 Born in New Haven, Connecticut on February 5, 1840; Died in New Haven, CT on January 30, 1927 Governor of Rhode Island (1885-1887) Member of the U.S. Senate (R-Rhode Island, 1895-1907, 1908-1913) Presidential elector on the Republican ticket in 1880 and 1884 B.A. Yale 1867; LL.B. Columbia 1868; M.A. Yale 1871; S&B 1867 Born in London, England on August 2, 1846; Died in Boston on September 11, 1921

Gifford Pinchot

Simeon E. Baldwin

George Peabody Wetmore Member of the U.S. Senate (R-Connecticut, 1905-1924) Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Connecticut, 1902-1905) Member of the Connecticut State House of Representatives (1888, 1899) Corporation Counsel of New London, Connecticut (1889-1893, 1894-1897, 1901-1902) Delegate to the Republican National Convention (1888, 1892, 1900, 1904) President pro tempore of the U.S. Senate during the 62nd Congress (1911-1913) B.A. Yale 1885; S&B 1885 Son of former U.S. Congressman Augustus Brandegee (S&B 1849) Born in New London, Connecticut on July 8, 1864 Died by suicide in Washington, D.C. on October 14, 1924

Frank B. Brandegee

President of Cornell University (1866-1885) U.S. Minister to the German Empire (1879-1881, 1897-1902) U.S. Minister to the Russian Empire (1892-1894) President of American Historical Association (1884) Professor of History and English Literature at the University of Michigan (1857-1863) Member of the New York State Senate (1864) President of the American Delegation to The Hague Peace Conference (1899) B.A. Yale 1853; Ph.D. Jena (Germany) 1889; S&B 1853 Born November 7, 1832, Died November 4, 1918 Andrew Dickson White President of Johns Hopkins University (1875-1901) President of University of California at Berkeley (1872-1875) Librarian of Yale University (1858-1865) President of the American Oriental Society (1893-1905) Secretary of Connecticut State Board of Education (1865-1866) B.A. Yale 1852; S&B 1852 Born July 6, 1831; Died October 13, 1908 Daniel Coit Gilman President of Yale University (1937-1950) Provost of Yale University (1927-1937) Professor of History at Yale University (1918-1937) Chief of Austro-Hungarian Division, American Commission to Negotiate Peace, Paris Peace Conference (1918-1919) Trustee of the World Peace Foundation (1939-1945) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1921-1961) B.A. Yale 1908; Ph.D. Yale 1911; S&B 1908 Born in New Haven, Connecticut on January 1, 1885; Died August 11, 1963 Charles Seymour President of Yale University (1899-1921) Professor of Political Economy at Yale University (1891-1899) Professor of Political Science at Yale University (1886-1891) Dean of the Graduate School at Yale University (1892-1895) President of American Economic Association (1899-1900) B.A. Yale 1876; Ph.D. University of Berlin, Germany 1910; S&B 1876 Born in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A. on April 23, 1856; Died in Kobe, Japan on March 6, 1930

Arthur Twining Hadley President of Yale University (1886-1899) Professor of Sacred Literature at Yale University (1859-1886) Grandson of former Yale College President Rev. Timothy Dwight (President, 1795-1817) Great-great-grandson of Reverend Jonathan Edwards (Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God) B.A. Yale 1849; S&B 1849 Born November 16, 1828; Died in New Haven, Connecticut on May 26, 1916

Timothy Dwight President of University of Minnesota (1884-1911) Professor of English at Yale University (1863-1884) Collector of the Port of New Haven, Connecticut (1869-1881) B.A. Yale 1857; LL.B. Yale 1859; S&B 1857 Born September 30, 1834; Died April 3, 1922

Cyrus Northrop

Member of the U.S. Senate (R-Connecticut, 1867-1875) Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Connecticut, 1859-1861) Brigadier General in the United States Volunteers (1862-1865) Member of the Connecticut State Senate (1855-1856) B.A. Yale 1844; S&B 1844 Born August 15, 1823; Died November 21, 1875

Orris Sanford Ferry President of Tulane University (1884-1899) President of Louisiana State University (1880-1883) Professor of English Literature, History, and Political Economy at Washington and Lee University (1867-1877) Confederate President Jefferson Davis’s Aide-de-camp; Colonel in the Confederate Army Son of Confederate Army Brigadier General Albert Sidney Johnston (killed in action at Battle of Shiloh) Served as a pallbearer at the funeral of former Confederate General Robert E. Lee B.A. Yale 1852; LL.B. University of Louisville 1853; S&B 1852 Born in Louisville, Kentucky on January 5, 1831; Died in Lexington, Virginia on July 16, 1899 U.S. Minister to Mexico (1885-1886) U.S. Minister to the Austrian Empire (1854-1858) Judge of the Superior Court of Georgia (1849-1853) U.S. District Attorney of Georgia (1843-1849) President of the Georgia Historical Society (1872-1898) Major General in the Confederate Army; taken prisoner at the Battle of Nashville in December 1864 Delegate to the Democratic Party Presidential Convention at Charleston, South Carolina in 1860 B.A. Yale 1839; M.A. University of Georgia 1848; S&B 1839 Born in Athens, Georgia on June 24, 1820; Died in Savannah, Georgia on May 23, 1898 Member of the Louisiana State Senate (1856-1861) Commander of the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana (1864-1865) Commander of [Confederate] Army of Tennessee (1865) Lieutenant General in the Confederate Army Owner of Fashion, a sugar plantation in the St. Charles Parish near New Orleans Son of former U.S. President Zachary Taylor Brother-in-law of former Confederate “President” Jefferson Davis B.A. Yale 1845; S&B 1845 Born January 27, 1826; Died April 12, 1879 Governor of South Carolina (Republican Party, December 1, 1874-December 14, 1876) Attorney General of South Carolina (1868-1872) Captain in 5th Massachusetts Colored Infantry (1864-1865) First Lieutenant in the Fifth Massachusetts Cavalry (1864) Member of Chamberlain, Carter & Eaton [law firm in New York City] (1877-1881) B.A. Yale 1862; LL.B. Harvard 1864; S&B 1862 Born June 23, 1835; Died April 13, 1907

William Preston Johnston

Henry Rootes Jackson

Richard Taylor

Daniel H. Chamberlain U.S. Collector of Internal Revenue (1869-1872) Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Connecticut, 1863-1867) Provisional Mayor of New Orleans (1862-1863) Colonel in the 12th Connecticut Volunteers (1861-1863) Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut (1854-1858, 1860-1862) Member of the Connecticut State Senate (1851) Member of the Connecticut State Legislature (1849-1850, 1859-1860) B.A. Yale 1836; LL.B. Harvard 1839; S&B 1836 Born May 23, 1815; Died in Hartford, Connecticut on October 8, 1872 Henry Champion Deming

Wilson S. Bissell

Lawyer in Buffalo, New York (1872-1893, 1895-1903) Partner of Bass, Cleveland & Bissell (1874-1879) [Bissell’s law partner at Bass, Cleveland & Bissell was Grover Cleveland, later President of the U.S.] President of the Buffalo & Southwestern Railroad (1883-1895) Postmaster-General of the United States (1893-1895) Vice Chancellor of the University of Buffalo (1895-1902) Chancellor of the University of Buffalo (1902-1903) B.A. Yale 1869; S&B 1869 Born on December 31, 1847; Died in Buffalo, New York on October 6, 1903 Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-New Jersey, 1895-1911) Chairman, Committee on Banking and Currency in the U.S. House of Representatives (1901-1909) Prepared and introduced in Congress in 1910 the Federal Reserve Act bill President of Equitable Mortgage Company (1887-1893) B.A. Yale 1876; LL.B. Chicago Law School 1878; S&B 1876 Born November 2, 1852; Died May 27, 1932

Charles Newell Fowler Partner of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett [law firm in New York City] (1914-1925, 1933-1943) Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York (1907-1910) Member of the American Red Cross Commission to Russia (1917-1918) Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (1925-1930) Solicitor General of the U.S. (1930-1933) President of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York (1933-1935) Corporation Counsel of New York City (1943) Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals (1943-1948) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1935-1950) B.A. Yale 1904; S&B 1904 Born September 10, 1881; Died in New York City on November 12, 1950 U.S. Ambassador to Nazi Germany (March 3, 1938-November 16, 1938) U.S. Minister to Switzerland (1927-1937) Assistant U.S. Secretary of State (1937-1938) Secretary General, Conference for Limitation of Naval Armaments in Geneva (1927) Counsellor of the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Japan (1921-1923) Counsellor of the U.S. Embassy in Berlin, Germany (1920-1921) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1942-1946) B.A. Yale 1906; S&B 1906 Born January 29, 1886; Died December 29, 1946 Hugh Robert Wilson Mayor of Denver, Colorado (1947-1955) Vice President of Ford Foundation (1956) President of University of Colorado (1956-1963) President of The Commonwealth Fund (1963-1975) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1956-2002) B.A. Yale 1933, LL.B. Yale 1936, S&B 1933 Attended Phillips Andover Academy (preparatory school in Andover, Massachusetts) Born in Denver on August 3, 1911; Died in Denver on April 4, 2003 J. Quigg Newton Jr. U.S. Ambassador to Thailand (1975-1978) U.S. Ambassador to Laos (1973-1975) Deputy U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam (1972-1973) Assistant to the Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (1956-1959) CIA agent (1947-1956) Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict (1988-1989) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1977-2001) B.A. Yale 1947; S&B 1947 Son of former U.S. Ambassador to Colombia E. Sheldon Whitehouse (S&B 1905) Born in Paris on November 5, 1921; Died June 25, 2001

Thomas D. Thacher

Charles S. Whitehouse

Evan G. Galbraith

U.S. Ambassador to France (1981-1985) Managing Director of Dillon, Read & Co. (1975-1981) Chairman of Bankers Trust International (1969-1975) Vice President of Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. (1961-1969) Special Assistant to the Secretary of Commerce (1960-1961) Former Chairman of the board of National Review magazine U.S. Dept. of Defense representative in Europe and defense advisor to the U.S. mission to NATO (2001) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1982-2007) B.A. Yale 1950; LL.B. Harvard 1953; S&B 1950 Born in Toledo, Ohio on July 2, 1928; Died in New York City on January 21, 2008 Chairman, CEO, and Founder of Federal Express [FedEx Corp.] (1975-present) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (2006-present) B.A. Yale 1966; S&B 1966 Born in Memphis, Tennessee on August 11, 1944

Frederick W. Smith Chairman, CEO, and Co-Founder of The Blackstone Group (1985-present) Managing Director of Lehman Brothers (1978-1984) Chairman of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts [Washington, D.C.] (2004-present) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1992-present) B.A. Yale 1969; M.B.A. Harvard 1972; S&B 1969 Born in Philadelphia on February 14, 1947 Stephen A. Schwarzman Partner of J.P. Morgan & Co. (1917-1936) Director of Bankers Trust Company (1916-1936) Chairman of the board of Bankers Trust Company (1936) Vice President of Astor Trust Company (1906-1914) President of Liberty National Bank of New York (1914-1916) B.A. Yale 1894; S&B 1894 Born March 20, 1871; Died October 29,1936 Thomas Cochran President of Southern Railway Company (1913-1937) President of Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway Company [in Chicago] (1910-1913) Vice President of Southern Railway Company (1906-1910) Solicitor for Southern Railway Company (1896-1903) Assistant to the President of Southern Railway Company (1903-1906) Member of the board of directors of Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Company Member of the board of directors of Washington Southern Railway Company B.A. Yale 1890; M.A. Columbia 1891; S&B 1890 Born in New York City on March 13, 1869; Died in Baltimore on February 2, 1938 Brother of former U.S. Congressman Francis B. Harrison (S&B 1895) Son of Burton Norvell Harrison (S&B 1859), Jefferson Davis’s private secretary during the Civil War Partner of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft [law firm in New York City] (1899-1945) President of The Association of the Bar of the City of New York (1923-1925) President of the Japan Society of New York (1922-1928, 1934-1941) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1921-1940) Member of the Pilgrims Society of the U.S. B.A. Yale 1880; S&B 1880 Born in Cincinnati on May 27, 1859; Died in New York City on August 11, 1945 Son of former Secretary of War Alphonso Taft (S&B 1833) Brother of former U.S. President William Howard Taft (S&B 1878) Henry Waters Taft

Fairfax Harrison

Professor of Political Economy at Yale University (1898-1935) Founder and inaugural President of American Eugenics Society (1923-1926) President of American Economic Association (1918) Vice President of the U.S. Third International Congress of Eugenics and National Conference on Race Betterment (1914) Member of the organizing committee of International Congress on Hygiene and Demography Member of the organizing committee of First International Congress on Mental Hygiene (1930) B.A. Yale 1888; Ph.D. Yale 1891; S&B 1888 Born February 27, 1867; Died in New York City on April 29, 1947 Irving Fisher Dean of the Medical Faculty at Johns Hopkins University (1893-1898) Director of School of Hygiene and Public Health at Johns Hopkins University (1916-1926) President of Maryland State Board of Health (1898-1922) Professor of Pathology at Johns Hopkins University (1884-1916) President of the board of directors of Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1901-1934) President of American Medical Association (1910) B.A. Yale 1870; M.D. Columbia University (College of Physicians and Surgeons) 1875; S&B 1870 Born April 8, 1850; Died April 30, 1934 William Henry Welch Dean of Yale School of Medicine (1935-1940) President of Joint Administration Board of New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center (1947-1953) Professor of Bacteriology at University of Rochester School of Medicine (1923-1932) Professor of Bacteriology at Yale School of Medicine (1932-1947) Deputy Chief, Preventive Medical Service at the Office of the Surgeon General (1942-1946) Scientific Director of International Health Division at the Rockefeller Foundation (1939-1941) Member of Surgeon General’s Commission on Smoking and Health, U.S. Public Health Service (1962c.1966); Brigadier General of the U.S. Army during World War II B.A. Yale 1910; M.D. Johns Hopkins University 1914; S&B 1870 Born in New Orleans on November 6, 1888; Died in Washington, D.C. on February 20, 1970 Stanhope Bayne-Jones Editor-in-Chief of Time, Inc. (1923-1964) Founder of Time (1923), Fortune (1930), Life (1936), and Sports Illustrated (1954) magazines Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1934-1966) Married to former U.S. Ambassador to Italy and U.S. Congresswoman Clare Boothe Luce B.A. Yale 1920; S&B 1920 Graduated from Hotchkiss School [preparatory school in Lakeville, Connecticut] in 1916 Born in China on April 3, 1898; Died in Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A. on February 28, 1967 Henry R. Luce Editor-in-Chief of National Review magazine (1955-1990) Host of television show Firing Line (1966-1999) nationally syndicated newspaper columnist; Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent (1951-1953) Member of the Council on Foreign Relations (1974-2003) Member of the Bohemian Grove in California Bilderberg Meetings participant Brother of former U.S. Senator James L. Buckley (S&B 1944) B.A. Yale 1950; S&B 1950 Born in New York City on November 24, 1925; Died February 27, 2008 Librarian of Congress (1939-1944) Assistant Secretary of State for Public and Cultural Relations (1944-1945) Chairman, American delegation to the First General Conference of UNESCO, Paris (1946) Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory at Harvard University (1949-1962) Editor of Fortune magazine (1929-1938) Pulitzer Prize for American Poetry in 1933 and 1953; Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1959 Member of the Council on Foreign Relations B.A. Yale 1915; LL.B. Harvard 1919; S&B 1915 Born May 7, 1892; Died in Boston on April 20, 1982

William F. Buckley Jr.

Archibald MacLeish

OTHER PROMINENT MEMBERS OF SKULL & BONES

Thomas F. Bayard Jr., James L. Buckley, Francis Burton Harrison, Anthony Higgins, James W. Wadsworth Jr.

Jonathan B. Bingham, Henry S. Graves, Eugene Schuyler, Charles Phelps Taft II, John Martin Vorys

Victor H. Ashe, Robert D. McCullum Jr., John H.F. Shattuck, David H. Thorne, George Herbert Walker III

William Chauvenet, Carroll Cutler, Francis M. Finch, James O. Putnam, Charles J. Stille

William Sloane Coffin Jr., Morris Hadley, John William Sterling, F. Trubee Davison, Henry Artemus L. Gates

PROMINENT MEMBERS OF SKULL & BONES Government Officials: Executive Branch of the U.S. Government (President, Vice President, and Cabinet Members): William Howard Taft (S&B 1878) – President of the United States (1909-1913); Secretary of War (1904-1908) George H.W. Bush (S&B 1948) – President of the United States (1989-1993); Vice President of the U.S. (1981-1989) George W. Bush (S&B 1968) – President of the United States (2001-2009) William M. Evarts (S&B 1837) – U.S. Attorney General (1868-1869); U.S. Secretary of State (1877-1881) Alphonso Taft (S&B 1833) – Secretary of War (1876); U.S. Attorney General (1876-1877) William C. Whitney (S&B 1863) – Secretary of the Navy (1885-1889) Wilson Shannon Bissell (S&B 1869) – Postmaster General of the United States (1893-1895) Franklin MacVeagh (S&B 1862) – Secretary of the Treasury (1909-1913) Henry L. Stimson (S&B 1888) – Secretary of War (1911-1913, 1940-1945); U.S. Secretary of State (1929-1933) W. Averell Harriman (S&B 1913) – Secretary of Commerce (1946-1948) Robert A. Lovett (S&B 1918) – Secretary of Defense (1951-1953) Bureaucrats: Henry Champion Deming (S&B 1836) – U.S. Collector of Internal Revenue (1869-1872) Ellis Henry Roberts (S&B 1850) – Treasurer of the United States (1897-1905) John Sammis Seymour (S&B 1875) – U.S. Commissioner of Patents (1893-1897) William Howard Taft (S&B 1878) – Solicitor General of the U.S. (1890-1892); Civil Governor of the Philippine Islands (1901-1904) Lloyd Wheaton Bowers (S&B 1879) – Solicitor General of the U.S. (1909-1910) Henry L. Stimson (S&B 1888) – Governor General of the Philippines (1927-1929) Gifford Pinchot (S&B 1889) – Chief of the U.S. Forest Service (1905-1910) Henry S. Graves (S&B 1892) – Chief of the U.S. Forest Service (1910-1920) Thomas Lee McClung (S&B 1892) – Treasurer of the United States (1909-1912) Francis Burton Harrison (S&B 1895) – Governor General of the Philippines (1913-1921) Thomas D. Thacher (S&B 1904) – Solicitor General of the U.S. (1930-1933) James J. Wadsworth (S&B 1927) – Member of the Federal Communications Commission (1965-1969) McGeorge Bundy (S&B 1940) – National Security Advisor (1961-1966) Harold Howe II (S&B 1940) – U.S. Commissioner of Education (1965-1968) John H. Chafee (S&B 1947) – Secretary of the Navy (1969-1972) George H.W. Bush (S&B 1948) – Director of Central Intelligence Agency (1976-1977) John M. Steadman (S&B 1952) – General Counsel of the Department of the Air Force (1968-1970) Gaspard d’Andelot Belin (S&B 1939) – General Counsel of the U.S. Department of the Treasury (1963-1965) William H. “Bill” Donaldson (S&B 1953) – Chairman of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (2003-2005) Andrew Downey Orrick (S&B 1940) – Commissioner of U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (1955-1960) William D. Nordhaus (S&B 1963) – Member of the Council of Economic Advisers (1977-1979) Austan Goolsbee (S&B 1991) – Member of the Council of Economic Advisers (2009-present) Ambassadors and Diplomats: Alphonso Taft (S&B 1833) – U.S. Minister to the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1882-1884); U.S. Minister to Russian Empire (1884-1885) Henry Rootes Jackson (S&B 1839) – U.S. Minister to the Austrian Empire (1854-1858); U.S. Minister to Mexico (1885-1886) James O. Putnam (S&B 1839) – U.S. Minister to Belgium (1880-1882) Andrew D. White (S&B 1853) – U.S. Minister to the German Empire (1879-1881, 1897-1902); U.S. Minister to the Russian Empire (1892-1894) John Thomas Croxton (S&B 1857) – U.S. Minister to Bolivia (1872-1874) Eugene Schuyler (S&B 1859) – U.S. Minister to Romania (1881-1884); U.S. Minister to Serbia (1882-1884); U.S. Minister to Greece (1883-84) William Walter Phelps (S&B 1860) – U.S. Minister to the Austro-Hungarian Empire (1881-1882); U.S. Minister to Germany (1889-1893) Stanford Newel (S&B 1861) – U.S. Minister to the Netherlands (1897-1905) Watson R. Sperry (S&B 1871) – U.S. Minister to the Persia (1893) Eben Alexander (S&B 1873) – U.S. Minister to Greece (1893-1897); U.S. Minister to Romania (1894-1897); U.S. Minister to Serbia (1894-97) E. Sheldon Whitehouse (S&B 1905) – U.S. Minister to Guatemala (1930-1933); U.S. Minister to Colombia (1933-1934) Hugh R. Wilson (S&B 1906) – U.S. Ambassador to Nazi Germany (1938); U.S. Minister to Switzerland (1927-1937) W. Averell Harriman (S&B 1913) – U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1943-1946); U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain (1946) Stanley Woodward (S&B 1922) – U.S. Ambassador to Canada (1950-1953) John Sherman Cooper (S&B 1923) – U.S. Ambassador to East Germany (1974-1976); U.S. Ambassador to India (1955-1956) Richard Anthony Moore (S&B 1936) – U.S. Ambassador to Ireland (1989-1992) Charles S. Whitehouse (S&B 1947) – U.S. Ambassador to Laos (1973-1975); U.S. Ambassador to Thailand (1975-1978) Evan Griffith Galbraith (S&B 1950) – U.S. Ambassador to France (1981-1985) Paul C. Lambert (S&B 1950) – U.S. Ambassador to Ecuador (1990-1992) George Herbert Walker III (S&B 1953) – U.S. Ambassador to Hungary (2003-2006) Winston Lord (S&B 1959) – U.S. Ambassador to Communist China (1985-1989) John H.F. Shattuck (S&B 1965) – U.S. Ambassador to Czech Republic (1998-2000) David Hoadley Thorne (S&B 1966) – U.S. Ambassador to Italy (2009-present) Victor H. Ashe (S&B 1967) – U.S. Ambassador to Poland (2004-2009); Mayor of Knoxville, Tennessee (1987-2003) Roy L. Austin (S&B 1968) – U.S. Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago (2001-2009) Robert D. McCallum Jr. (S&B 1968) – U.S. Ambassador to Australia (2006-2009) John O’Leary (S&B 1969) – U.S. Ambassador to Chile (1998-2001); Mayor of Portland, Maine (1980-1981) James J. Wadsworth (S&B 1927) – U.S. Representative to the United Nations (1960-1961) George H.W. Bush (S&B 1948) – U.S. Representative to the United Nations (1971-1973) Amos Parker Wilder (S&B 1884) – U.S. Consul-General in Hong Kong (1906-1909); U.S. Consul-General in Shanghai (1909-1914)

Members of Congress: William M. Evarts (S&B 1837) – U.S. Senator (R-New York, 1885-1891) Orris Sanford Ferry (S&B 1844) – U.S. Senator (R-Connecticut, 1867-1875) William Barrett Washburn (S&B 1844) – U.S. Senator (R-Massachusetts, 1874-1875) Chauncey M. Depew (S&B 1856) – U.S. Senator (R-New York, 1899-1911) Anthony Higgins (S&B 1861) – U.S. Senator (R-Delaware, 1889-1895) George Peabody Wetmore (S&B 1867) – U.S. Senator (R-Rhode Island, 1895-1907, 1908-1913) LeBaron Bradford Colt (S&B 1868) – U.S. Senator (R-Rhode Island, 1913-1924) John Patton Jr. (S&B 1875) – U.S. Senator (R-Michigan, 1894-1895) Frank Bosworth Brandegee (S&B 1885) – U.S. Senator (R-Connecticut, 1905-1924) Thomas Francis Bayard Jr. (S&B 1890) – U.S. Senator (D-Delaware, 1922-1929) Frederic C. Walcott (S&B 1891) – U.S. Senator (R-Connecticut, 1929-1935) James Wolcott Wadsworth Jr. (S&B 1898) – U.S. Senator (R-New York, 1915-1927) Robert A. Taft (S&B 1910) – U.S. Senator (R-Ohio, 1939-1953) (Senate Majority Leader (1953)) Prescott S. Bush (S&B 1917) – U.S. Senator (R-Connecticut, 1952-1963) John Sherman Cooper (S&B 1923) – U.S. Senator (R-Kentucky, 1946-1949, 1952-1955, 1956-1973); Member of the Warren Commission James L. Buckley (S&B 1944) – U.S. Senator (Conservative Party-New York, 1971-1977) John H. Chafee (S&B 1947) – U.S. Senator (R-Rhode Island, 1976-1999) David L. Boren (S&B 1963) – U.S. Senator (D-Oklahoma, 1979-1994) John F. Kerry (S&B 1966) – U.S. Senator (D-Massachusetts, 1985-present) John Wallace Houston (S&B 1834) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (Whig-Delaware, 1845-1851) John Hubbard Tweedy (S&B 1834) – Delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives (Whig-Territory of Wisconsin, 1847-1848) William Henry Washington (S&B 1834) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (Whig-North Carolina, 1841-1843) John Edward Seeley (S&B 1835) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-New York, 1871-1873) Henry Champion Deming (S&B 1836) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Connecticut, 1863-1867) Allen Ferdinand Owen (S&B 1837) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (Whig-Georgia, 1849-1851) Richard Dudley Hubbard (S&B 1839) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-Connecticut, 1867-1869) John Perkins Jr. (S&B 1840) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-Louisiana, 1853-1855) William Taylor Sullivan Berry (S&B 1841) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-Mississippi, 1853-1855) John Andrew Peters (S&B 1842) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Maine, 1867-1873) Benjamin Tucker Eames (S&B 1843) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Rhode Island, 1871-1879) Roswell Hart (S&B 1843) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-New York, 1865-1867) Orris Sanford Ferry (S&B 1844) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Connecticut, 1859-1861) William Barrett Washburn (S&B 1844) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Massachusetts, 1863-1871) Constantine C. Esty (S&B 1845) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Massachusetts, 1872-1873) Stephen W. Kellogg (S&B 1846) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Connecticut, 1869-1875) Augustus Brandegee (S&B 1849) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Connecticut, 1863-1867) Ellis Henry Roberts (S&B 1850) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-New York, 1871-1875) Richard J. Haldeman (S&B 1851) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-Pennsylvania, 1869-1873) William Wallace Crapo (S&B 1852) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Massachusetts, 1875-1883) Lowndes Henry Davis (S&B 1860) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-Missouri, 1879-1885) William Walter Phelps (S&B 1860) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-New Jersey, 1873-1875, 1883-1889) Thomas Hedge (S&B 1867) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Iowa, 1899-1907) Edwin F. Sweet (S&B 1871) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-Michigan, 1911-1913) Charles Newell Fowler (S&B 1876) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-New Jersey, 1895-1911) Frank Bosworth Brandegee (S&B 1885) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Connecticut, 1902-1905) William Kent (S&B 1887) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-California, 1911-1917) Percy Hamilton Stewart (S&B 1890) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-New Jersey, 1931-1933) James William Husted (S&B 1892) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-New York, 1915-1923) Francis Burton Harrison (S&B 1895) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-New York, 1903-1905, 1907-1913) James Wolcott Wadsworth Jr. (S&B 1898) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-New York, 1933-1951) James McDevitt Magee (S&B 1899) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Pennsylvania, 1923-1927) Kenneth F. Simpson (S&B 1917) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-New York, 1941) Howard Malcolm Baldrige (S&B 1918) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Nebraska, 1931-1933) John Martin Vorys (S&B 1918) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Ohio, 1939-1959) Jonathan Brewster Bingham (S&B 1936) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-New York, 1965-1983) William S. Moorhead Jr. (S&B 1945) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-Pennsylvania, 1959-1981) Thomas William Ludlow “Lud” Ashley (S&B 1948) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (D-Ohio, 1955-1981) George H.W. Bush (S&B 1948) – Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (R-Texas, 1967-1971) U.S. Attorneys: Asa Palmer French (S&B 1882) – U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts (1906-1914) Samuel Knight (S&B 1887) – U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California (1894-1898) Henry L. Stimson (S&B 1888) – U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York (1906-1910) John Trumbull Robinson (S&B 1893) – U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut (1908-1912) Samuel Hazard Gillespie Jr. (S&B 1932) – U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York (1959-1961) David C. Acheson (S&B 1943) – U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia (1961-1965) Edward E. McNally (S&B 1979) – U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Illinois (2005-2006)

Judges: Morrison R. Waite (S&B 1837) – Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1874-1888) William Howard Taft (S&B 1878) – Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1921-1930) Potter Stewart (S&B 1937) – Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1958-1981) LeBaron Bradford Colt (S&B 1868) – Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit (1884-1913) William Kneeland Townsend (S&B 1871) – Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (1902-1907) William Howard Taft (S&B 1878) – Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (1892-1900) Wilbur Franklin Booth (S&B 1884) – Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit (1925-1932) Potter Stewart (S&B 1937) – Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit (1954-1958) James L. Buckley (S&B 1944) – Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (1985-1996) Leonard Eugene Wales (S&B 1845) – Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware (1884-1897) Rensselaer Russell Nelson (S&B 1846) – Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota (1858-1896) George Chandler Holt (S&B 1866) – Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (1903-1914) LeBaron Bradford Colt (S&B 1868) – Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Rhode Island (1881-1884) William Kneeland Townsend (S&B 1871) – Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut (1892-1902) Wilbur Franklin Booth (S&B 1884) – Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota (1914-1925) Thomas D. Thacher (S&B 1904) – Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (1925-1930) William H. Orrick Jr. (S&B 1937) – Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California (1974-1985) Charles Sherman Haight Jr. (S&B 1952) – Judge of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (1976-1995) Douglas P. Woodlock (S&B 1969) – Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts (1986-present) Governors: William Barrett Washburn (S&B 1844, Republican) – Governor of Massachusetts (1872-1874) Daniel H. Chamberlain (S&B 1862, Republican) – Governor of South Carolina (1874-1876) [Reconstruction] Richard Dudley Hubbard (S&B 1839, Democrat) – Governor of Connecticut (1878-1879) Henry B. Harrison (S&B 1846, Republican) – Governor of Connecticut (1885-1887) George Peabody Wetmore (S&B 1867, Republican) – Governor of Rhode Island (1885-1887) Luzon B. Morris (S&B 1854, Democrat) – Governor of Connecticut (1893-1895) Edward Curtis Smith (S&B 1875, Republican) – Governor of Vermont (1898-1900) Simeon E. Baldwin (S&B 1861, Democrat) – Governor of Connecticut (1911-1915) Gifford Pinchot (S&B 1889, Republican) – Governor of Pennsylvania (1923-1927, 1931-1935) W. Averell Harriman (S&B 1913, Democrat) – Governor of New York (1955-1959) John H. Chafee (S&B 1947, Republican) – Governor of Rhode Island (1963-1969) David L. Boren (S&B 1963, Democrat) – Governor of Oklahoma (1975-1979) George W. Bush (S&B 1968, Republican) – Governor of Texas (1994-2000) Mayors: Henry Champion Deming (S&B 1836) – Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut (1854-1858, 1860-1862) William Waldo Hyde (S&B 1876) – Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut (1892-1894) Charles P. Taft II (S&B 1918) – Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio (1955-1957) J. Quigg Newton Jr. (S&B 1933) – Mayor of Denver, Colorado (1947-1955) Victor H. Ashe (S&B 1967) – Mayor of Knoxville, Tennessee (1987-2003) John O’Leary (S&B 1969) – Mayor of Portland, Maine (1980-1981) Other State and Local Offices: John F. Kerry (S&B 1966) – Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts (1982-1984) Timothy L. Woodruff (S&B 1879) – Lieutenant Governor of New York (1896-1902) George G. Sill (S&B 1852) – Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut (1873-1877) John Wallace Houston (S&B 1834) – Secretary of State of Delaware (1841-1844) Chauncey M. Depew (S&B 1856) – Secretary of State of New York (1864-1865) John Andrew Peters (S&B 1842) – Attorney General of Maine (1864-1866) Dwight Foster (S&B 1848) – Attorney General of Massachusetts (1861-1864) Daniel H. Chamberlain (S&B 1862) – Attorney General of South Carolina (1868-1872) George W. Woodruff (S&B 1889) – Attorney General of Pennsylvania (1923-1927) William Law Learned (S&B 1841) – Presiding Justice of the Supreme Court of New York (1875-1892) Almet Francis Jenks (S&B 1875) – Presiding Justice of the Supreme Court of New York (1911-1921) Simeon E. Baldwin (S&B 1861) – Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors (1907-1910) Samuel Oscar Prentice (S&B 1873) – Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors (1913-1920) John Andrew Peters (S&B 1842) – Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Maine (1883-1900) Eugene Lamb Richards (S&B 1885) – Superintendent of Banks of the State of New York (1914-1917) Pierre Jay (S&B 1892) – Bank Commissioner of Massachusetts (1906-1909) Frederick Newton Judson (S&B 1866) – President of the Board of Education in St. Louis, Missouri (1880-1882, 1887-1889) Frederick S. Jones (S&B 1884) – Chairman of the Connecticut State Board of Education (1919-1935) William Kent (S&B 1887) – Member of the Chicago City Council (1895-1897) William C. Whitney (S&B 1863) – Corporation Counsel of New York City (1875-1882)

Bankers: George L. Harrison (S&B 1910) – President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1928-1940) Pierre Jay (S&B 1892) – Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1914-1926) John Perrin (S&B 1879) – Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (1914-1925) Roger B. Shepard (S&B 1908) – Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (1940-1953) Walter Seth Logan (S&B 1910) – Vice President and General Counsel of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1928-1953) Thomas Cochran (S&B 1894) – Partner of J.P. Morgan & Co. (1917-1936) Harry [Henry] P. Davison Jr. (S&B 1920) – Partner of J.P. Morgan & Co. (1929-1940) Harold Stanley (S&B 1908) – Partner of J.P. Morgan & Co. (1928-1935); President of Morgan, Stanley & Co. (1935-1941) Dean Witter Jr. (S&B 1944) – Partner of Dean Witter & Co. (1946-1970) Charles Jacob Stewart (S&B 1918) – Partner of Lazard Freres & Co. (1953-1959); Chairman of Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. (1964-1965) Otto T. Bannard (S&B 1876) – Chairman of the board of New York Trust Company (1916-1921) Mortimer Norton Buckner (S&B 1895) – Chairman of the board of New York Trust Company (1921-1942) Daniel P. Davison (S&B 1949) – Chairman and CEO of U.S. Trust Co. (1982-1989) Stephen A. Schwarzman (S&B 1969) – Chairman and CEO of The Blackstone Group (1985-present) Samuel R. Bertron (S&B 1885) – President of Bertron, Griscom & Company, Inc., international financiers (1912-1938) Pierre Jay (S&B 1892) – Chairman of the board of Fiduciary Trust Co. (1930-1945) W. Averell Harriman (S&B 1913) – Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1931-1946) E. Roland Harriman (S&B 1917) – Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1931-1978) Prescott S. Bush (S&B 1917) – Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1931-1972) Knight Woolley (S&B 1917) – Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1931-1982) Ray Morris (S&B 1901) – Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1931-1956) Robert A. Lovett (S&B 1918) – Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1931-1940, 1946-1947, 1949-1950, 1953-1986) Stephen Y. Hord (S&B 1921) – Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1945-1981) John Beckwith Madden (S&B 1941) – Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1955-1988) Alexander T. Ercklentz (S&B 1959) – Partner of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. (1978-present) Businessmen: William H. “Bill” Donaldson (S&B 1953) – Chairman of the New York Stock Exchange (1990-1995) Joseph Richardson Dilworth (S&B 1938) – Chairman of the board of Rockefeller Center, Inc. (1966-1982) George L. Harrison (S&B 1910) – Chairman of the board of New York Life Insurance Co. (1948-1954) Thomas B. Wheeler (S&B 1958) – Chairman and CEO of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. (1996-1999) John S. Pillsbury Jr. (S&B 1935) – Chairman and CEO of Northwestern National Life Insurance Co. (1969-1977) David D. Holbrook (S&B 1960) – Chairman of Marsh & McLennan, Inc. (1995-1998) H. Neil Mallon (S&B 1917) – President of Dresser Industries, Inc. (1929-1958) Morehead Patterson (S&B 1920) – Chairman of the board of American Machine & Foundry Co. (1943-1962) Robert Guthrie Page (S&B 1922) – Chairman of the board of Phelps Dodge Corporation (1967-1970) Henry John Heinz II (S&B 1931) – Chairman of the board of H.J. Heinz Company (1959-1987) John Hancock Daniels (S&B 1943) – Chairman of the board of Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. (1967-1972) Vernon R. Loucks Jr. (S&B 1957) – Chairman and CEO of Baxter International Inc. (1987-1998) Russell W. Meyer Jr. (S&B 1954) – Chairman and CEO of Cessna Aircraft Co. (1975-2000, 2002-2003) Frederick W. Smith (S&B 1966) – Chairman and CEO of Federal Express [FedEx Corp.] (1975-present) Edward S. Lampert (S&B 1984) – Chairman of Sears Holdings Corp. (2005-present); Chairman of K-Mart (2003-2005) Frederick E. Weyerhaeuser (S&B 1896) – President of Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. (1937-1945) Charles Christian Haffner Jr. (S&B 1919) – Chairman and CEO of R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co. (1952-1964) Storer B. Lunt (S&B 1921) – Chairman of W.W. Norton Co., Inc. (1958-c.1968) William Thompson Lusk (S&B 1924) – President of Tiffany & Co. [New York City] (1955-1967) Fairfax Harrison (S&B 1890) – President of Southern Railway Company (1913-1937) W. Averell Harriman (S&B 1913) – Chairman of the board of Union Pacific Railroad Co. (1932-1946) E. Roland Harriman (S&B 1917) – Chairman of the board of Union Pacific Railroad Co. (1946-1969) Chauncey M. Depew (S&B 1856) – President of New York Central & Hudson River Railroad Co. (1885-1898) John Manning Hall (S&B 1866) – President of New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company (1899-1903) Wilson Shannon Bissell (S&B 1869) – President of the Buffalo & Southwestern Railroad (1883-1895) George Herbert Walker, Jr. (S&B 1927) – General Partner of G.H. Walker & Co. (1929-1974) Benjamin Harris Anthony (S&B 1886) – Member of the board of directors of The Associated Press (1923-1932) William H. Cowles (S&B 1887) – Member of the board of directors of The Associated Press (1912-1944) Artemus L. Gates (S&B 1918) – former Member of the board of directors of Abercrombie & Fitch Co. Frank Ford Russell (S&B 1926) – Member of the board of directors of Chase Manhattan Bank (1940-1967) Joseph Richardson Dilworth (S&B 1938) – Member of the board of directors of Chase Manhattan Bank (1958-1981) William Redmond Cross Jr. (S&B 1941) – Member of the board of directors of The New York Times Company (1973-1992) Edward Snover Reid III (S&B 1951) – Member of the board of directors of General Mills, Inc. (1974-1989) Vernon R. Loucks Jr. (S&B 1957) – Member of the board of directors of Anheuser-Busch David L. Boren (S&B 1963) – Member of the board of directors of Texas Instruments; Member of the board of directors of American Airlines

Lawyers: Lansing P. Reed (S&B 1904) – Member of Davis, Polk, Wardwell, Gardiner & Reed (1915-1937) Charles M. Spofford (S&B 1924) – Member of Davis, Polk & Wardwell (1940-1950, 1952-1973) Edward Rogers Wardwell (S&B 1927) – Member of Davis, Polk & Wardwell (1946-c.1972) Samuel Hazard Gillespie Jr. (S&B 1932) – Member of Davis, Polk & Wardwell (1948-present) Peter O.A. Solbert (S&B 1941) – Partner of Davis, Polk & Wardwell (1957-1989) Edward Snover Reid III (S&B 1951) – Partner of Davis, Polk & Wardwell (1964-1995) Morris Hadley (S&B 1916) – Partner of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy (1924-1979) William Eldred Jackson (S&B 1941) – Partner of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy (1954-1999) Henry L. Stimson (S&B 1888) – Counsel of Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts (1891-1906, 1913-1927, 1933-1940, 1945-1950) Allen T. Klots (S&B 1909) – Member of Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts (1921-1965) Hamilton Hadley (S&B 1919) – Partner of Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts (1929-1940) John Baker Jessup (S&B 1942) – Partner of Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts (1959-1993) Endicott Peabody Davison (S&B 1945) – Partner of Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts (1959-1980) Harold H. Healy Jr. (S&B 1943) – Partner of Debevoise & Plimpton (1959-1989) Thomas Thacher (S&B 1871) – Co-Founder and Member of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett (1875-1919) Thomas D. Thacher (S&B 1904) – Partner of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett (1933-1943) Philip G. Bartlett (S&B 1881) – Partner of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett (1890-1931) William Milo Barnum (S&B 1877) – Co-Founder and former Partner of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett Thomas Mills Day (S&B 1886) – Member of Simpson, Thacher & Barnum (later Bartlett) (1898-1917) Henry Waters Taft (S&B 1880) – Partner of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft (1899-1945) William Lloyd Kitchel (S&B 1892) – Partner of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft (1914-1945) John William Sterling (S&B 1864) – Co-Founder and Member of Shearman & Sterling (1873-1918) Howard Mansfield (S&B 1871) – Member of Lord, Day & Lord (1901-1938) Henry DeForest Baldwin (S&B 1885) – Member of Lord, Day & Lord (1900-1947) Sherman Baldwin (S&B 1919) – Member of Lord, Day & Lord (1929-1969) Alfred Ogden (S&B 1932) – Partner of Alexander & Green (1955-1975) Jonathan C. Rose (S&B 1963) – Partner of Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue [law firm in Washington, D.C.] (1977-1981, 1984-present) George Alfred Ranney (S&B 1934) – Member of Sidley, Austin, Burgess & Smith [law firm in Chicago] (1939-1962) David Alan Richards (S&B 1967) – Partner of Sidley & Austin [law firm in Chicago and New York City] (1982-1999) Donald Etra (S&B 1968) – Partner of Sidley & Austin [law firm in Chicago and Los Angeles] (1983-1995) Lloyd Wheaton Bowers (S&B 1879) – General Counsel of Chicago & Northwestern Railway Company (1893-1909) Chester Mitchell Dawes (S&B 1876) – General Counsel of Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company (1909-1917) James Mulford Townsend (S&B 1874) – General Counsel of E.I. du Pont de Nemours Powder Company (1903-1913) George J. Dunn (S&B 1957) – Senior Vice President and General Counsel of BP America, Inc. and Standard Oil (Ohio) (1974-1998) George Arthur Cheeks (S&B 1987) – General Counsel of Music Television [MTV] (2003-2005) College Presidents, Provosts, and Deans: Timothy Dwight (S&B 1849) – President of Yale University (1886-1899) Arthur Twining Hadley (S&B 1876) – President of Yale University (1899-1921) Charles Seymour (S&B 1908) – President of Yale University (1937-1950) Andrew D. White (S&B 1853) – first President of Cornell University (1866-1885) Daniel C. Gilman (S&B 1852) – first President of Johns Hopkins University (1875-1901) William Preston Johnston (S&B 1852) – first President of Tulane University (1884-1899) Cyrus Northrop (S&B 1857) – second President of University of Minnesota (1884-1911) J. Quigg Newton Jr. (S&B 1933) – President of University of Colorado (1956-1963) David L. Boren (S&B 1963) – President of University of Oklahoma (1994-present) Carroll Cutler (S&B 1854) – President of [Case] Western Reserve University (1871-1886) Arthur Howe (S&B 1912) – President of Hampton Institute (1931-1940) Charles Janeway Stille (S&B 1839) – Provost of University of Pennsylvania (1868-1880) Joseph Gibson Hoyt (S&B 1840) – Chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis (1858-1862) William Chauvenet (S&B 1840) – Chancellor of Washington University in St. Louis (1862-1869) James O. Putnam (S&B 1839) – Chancellor of University of Buffalo (1895-1902) Wilson Shannon Bissell (S&B 1869) – Chancellor of University of Buffalo (1902-1903) McGeorge Bundy (S&B 1940) – Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science at Harvard University (1953-1961) William Henry Welch (S&B 1870) – Dean of Medical Faculty at Johns Hopkins University (1893-1898) Stanhope Bayne-Jones (S&B 1910) – Dean of Yale School of Medicine (1935-1940) William Thayer Smith (S&B 1860) – Dean of Dartmouth Medical School (1896-1909) Francis M. Finch (S&B 1849) – Dean of Cornell Law School (1891-1903) William D. Nordhaus (S&B 1963) – Provost of Yale University (1986-1988) College Professors: Timothy Dwight (S&B 1849) – Professor of Sacred Literature at Yale University (1859-1886) Simeon Eben Baldwin (S&B 1861) – Professor of Law at Yale Law School (1869-1919) William Kneeland Townsend (S&B 1871) – Professor of Law at Yale Law School (1881-1907) Theodore S. Woolsey (S&B 1872) – Professor of International Law at Yale University (1878-1911) Henry Walcott Farnam (S&B 1874) – Professor of Political Economy (1880-1912) and Professor of Economics (1912-1918) at Yale University William Howard Taft (S&B 1878) – Kent Professor of Law at Yale University (1913-1921) Irving Fisher (S&B 1888) – Professor of Political Economy at Yale University (1898-1935) Clive Day (S&B 1892) – Professor of Economic History at Yale University (1907-1936) Charles Seymour (S&B 1908) – Professor of History at Yale University (1918-1937) William D. Nordhaus (S&B 1963) – Professor of Economics at Yale University (1973-present)

Journalism: Henry R. Luce (S&B 1920) – Editor-in-Chief of Time, Inc. (1923-1964); Founder of Time (1923), Fortune (1930), and Life (1936) magazines William F. Buckley, Jr. (S&B 1950) – Editor-in-Chief of National Review magazine (1955-1990) Ralph D. Paine Jr. (S&B 1929) – Publisher of Fortune magazine (1953-1967) William H. Cowles (S&B 1887) – Publisher of Spokane Spokesman-Review (1893-1946) Charles Hopkins Clark (S&B 1871) – President and Editor-in-Chief of Hartford Courant (1890-1926) Earl G. Graves Jr. (S&B 1984) – President and CEO of Black Enterprise magazine (2006-present) William P. Bundy (S&B 1939) – Editor of Foreign Affairs magazine (1972-1984) Robert W. Kagan (S&B 1980) – Columnist for The Washington Post Dana T. Milbank (S&B 1990) – Columnist for The Washington Post David R. Leonhardt (S&B 1994) – Columnist for The New York Times Organizations: Amos Pinchot (S&B 1897) – Co-Founder of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Francis Eugene Butler (S&B 1857) – Co-founder of the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) Irving Fisher (S&B 1888) – Founder and inaugural President of American Eugenics Society (1923-1926) McGeorge Bundy (S&B 1940) – President of Ford Foundation (1966-1979) Harvey H. Bundy (S&B 1909) – Chairman of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (1952-1958) William H. “Bill” Donaldson (S&B 1953) – Chairman of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (1999-2003) Morris Hadley (S&B 1916) – Chairman of Carnegie Corporation of New York (1955-1966) Winston Lord (S&B 1959) – President of the Council on Foreign Relations (1977-1985) E. Roland Harriman (S&B 1917) – President of American Red Cross (1950-1953); Chairman of American Red Cross (1954-1973) William Howard Taft (S&B 1878) – President of American Red Cross (1906-1913); Chairman of American Red Cross (1915-1919) Henry Hitchcock (S&B 1848) – President of American Bar Association (1889) Simeon E. Baldwin (S&B 1861) – President of American Bar Association (1890) William H. Welch (S&B 1870) – President of American Medical Association (1910) William H. Draper III (S&B 1950) – Administrator of United Nations Development Programme [UNDP] (1986-1993) William P. Bundy (S&B 1939) – Honorary Bilderberg Meeting Secretary General for the United States (1977-1980) Thomas F. Davies (S&B 1853) – Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Diocese of Michigan (1889-1905) Charles F. Robertson (S&B 1859) – Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Diocese of Missouri (1868-1886) Chauncey B. Brewster (S&B 1868) – Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Diocese of Connecticut (1899-1928) Sidney C. Partridge (S&B 1880) – Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Diocese of Western Missouri (1911-1930) Benjamin Brewster (S&B 1882) – Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Diocese of Maine (1916-1941) Thomas F. Davies (S&B 1894) – Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Diocese of Western Massachusetts (1911-1936) Henry W. Hobson (S&B 1914) – Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Diocese of Southern Ohio (1931-1959) Anson Phelps Stokes Jr. (S&B 1927) – Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Diocese of Massachusetts (1956-1970) August Sidney Lovett (S&B 1913) – Chaplain of Yale University (1932-1958) William Sloane Coffin Jr. (S&B 1949) – Chaplain of Yale University (1958-1976) Reuben A. Holden (S&B 1940) – President of Yale-in-China Association (1966-1972) Amos Parker Wilder (S&B 1884) – Trustee of Yale-in-China (1918-1930) Samuel Clarke Bushnell (S&B 1874) – Trustee of Yale-in-China (1921-1930) Lansing P. Reed (S&B 1904) – Trustee of Yale-in-China (1928-1937) Miscellaneous: John Perkins Jr. (S&B 1840) – Member of the Confederate House of Representatives [Louisiana] (1864-1865) William T. S. Barry (S&B 1841) – Chairman of the Mississippi Secession Convention in 1861 Burton Norvell Harrison (S&B 1859) – Private Secretary to Confederate President Jefferson Davis Richard Taylor (S&B 1845) – Lieutenant General in the Confederate Army; Commander of the [Confederate] Army of Tennessee (1865) Henry Rootes Jackson (S&B 1839) – Major General in the Confederate Army; prisoner-of-war near the end of the Civil War William Preston Johnston (S&B 1852) – Colonel; Jefferson Davis’s aide-de-camp; Served as a pallbearer at Gen. Robert E. Lee’s funeral Orris Sanford Ferry (S&B 1844) – Brigadier General in the United States Volunteers (1862-1865) William Huntington Russell (S&B 1833) – Major General in the Militia of the State of Connecticut (1862-1870) Lawrence M. Kelley (S&B 1937) – awarded the Heisman Trophy in 1936 Clinton E. Frank (S&B 1938) – awarded the Heisman Trophy in 1937 Walter C. Camp (S&B 1880) – Head Football Coach at Yale University (1888-1912) George W. Woodruff (S&B 1889) – Head Football Coach at the University of Pennsylvania (1892-1901) Archibald MacLeish (S&B 1915) – awarded Pulitzer Prize for American Poetry in 1933 and 1953; Librarian of Congress (1939-1944) David McCullough (S&B 1955) – awarded Pulitzer Prize for Biography in 1993 (Truman) and 2002 (John Adams) F. Trubee Davison (S&B 1918) – Assistant Secretary of War for Air (1926-33); Director of Central Intelligence Agency for Personnel (1951-52) David S. Ingalls (S&B 1920) – Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air (1929-1932) Daniel Kevin Granholm Mulhern (S&B 1980) – “First Gentleman” of Michigan; husband of Jennifer Granholm, Governor of Michigan

Members of The Order of Skull and Bones
1833 Bates, Samuel Henshaw Beach, John Campbell Bishop, Noah Crump, John Davis, Benjamin Franklin Hart, Rufus Erastus Lewis, Asahel Hooker Marshall, Samuel Davies Mather, Frederick Ellsworth Miller, Phineas Timothy (anonymous) Robertson, Robert Russell, William Huntington Taft, Alphonso Wood, George Ingersoll 1837 Carter, Edwin Osgood Coit, William Day, Thomas Mills Evarts, William Maxwell Hatch, Walter Tilden Hyatt, Robert Underwood Law, William Fabian Lyman, Chester Smith Owen, Allen Ferdinand Robeson, Abel Bellows Scarborough, William Smith Silliman, Benjamin Jr. Waite, Morris Remmick Williams, Henry Yerkes, Stephen 1841 Barry, William Taylor Sullivan DeSa, Pompeo Ascenco Emerson, Joseph Eustis, William Tappan Field, David Irvine Gillett, Augustus Canfield Helfenstein, Charles Philip Leaf, Edmund Learned, William Law Mitchell, Donald Grant Raymond, Henry Hunter Sturges, Hezekiah Willis, Richard Storrs Woolfolk, William Grey Yarnall, Thomas Coffin 1845 Brickell, James Noaille Conner, Lemuel Parker Conner, William Gustine Cushman, Isaac LaFayette Esty, Constantine Canaris Gould, James Gardner Harding, John Wheeler Hill, George Canning Hyde, Alvan Pinney Kennedy, Thomas Metcalfe, Orrick Nickerson, Sereno Dwight Rankin, Robert Taylor, Richard Wales, Leonard Eugene 1834 Beaumont, George A. O. Burr, William Shedden Coffing, Churchill Emerson, Alfred Foster, Eleazar Kingsbury Gordon, Alexander Blucher Hall, Daniel Emerson Houston, John Wallace Kendall, John Newton Kingsley, Henry Coit Lea, James Neilsen Southmayd, Samuel Gray Spencer, George Gilman Tweedy, John Hubbard Washington, William Henry 1838 Bartlett, John Knowlton Cooper, William Frierson Dodd, Albert Fleming, William Stuart Jones, Seaborn Augustus Key, Thomas Marshall Law, William Lyon Lynde, Charles James Ribeiro, Carlos Fernando Rich, Charles Spaulding, Ebenezer Talcott, Thomas Grosvenor Thompson, Joseph Parish Varnum, Joseph Bradley Williams, Thomas Scott 1842 Benton, Joseph Augustine Brown, Joseph Venen Buttles, Albert Barnes Edwards, Newton Gready, William Postell Halsey, Jacob Henen, William Davison Huggins, William Sidney Lewis, Henry MacWhorter, Alexander Mathews, Albert Miller, Francis William Perkins, Nathaniel Shaw Peters, John Andrew Pratt, Julius Howard 1846 Backus, Joseph Willes Brisbrin, John Ball Eakin, William Spencer Harrison, Henry Baldwin Hawley, David Kellogg, Stephen Wright Linton, Stephen Duncan Mulford, David Humphrey Nelson, Rensselaer Russell Nevins, William Russell Phinney, Elihu Savage, Josiah Steele, Henry Thornton Stiles, Joseph Trask, Charles Hooper 1835 Anderson, Edwin Alexander Davis, John Howard, Oran Reed Johnston, Frank McLellan, William Mills, Ethelbert Smith Rafferty, John Chandler Seeley, John Edward Seymour, John Forman Sheffey, Hugh White Strong, Caleb Stubs, Alfred Sturges, Thomas Benedict Thacher, Thomas Anthony Walsh, Hugh 1839 Beach, John Sheldon Biddle, Thomas Bradish Chandler, William Henry Eldridge, Charles St. John Faulkner, Endress Hubbard, Richard Dudley Jackson, Henry Rootes Norris, William Herbert Putnam, James Osborne Stille, Charles Janeway Trotter, Silas Flournoy Washington, George Watson, John Marsh Williams, William Perkins Wolcott, Elizer 1843 Baratte, Julius Adolphus Chambers, William Lyon Eames, Benjamin Tucker Gachet, Charles Nicholas Grammar, Christopher Granger, Gideon Hart, Roswell Havens, Daniel William Lambert, Alfred Lane, William Griswold Lent, John Abram Moody, Thomas Hudson Robb, John Hunter Robinson, Lucius Franklin Stevens, Henry 1847 Allison, Samuel Perkins Baldwin, Roger Sherman Bayne, Thomas Levingston Coon, John Fitch, James Haight, Ducald Cameron Hayden, William Hallock McLallen, Philemon F. Mills, Alfred Moore, William Eves Munn, John Olmsted, John Hull Sanford, Charles Frederick Smith, John Donnell Wilson, John 1836 Darling, Thomas Deming, Henry Champion Dent, Henry Hatch Dunwody, James Bulloch Harris, Henry Reeder Hurd, John Codman Martin, John Griffith Marvin, George Lockwood Pierson, William Seward Preston, Henry Kirk Rowland, William Sherman Sherman, Frederick Roger Swift, John Morton Tyler, George Palmer Wray, James McAlpin 1840 Beirne, Christopher James Benedict, Theodore Hudson Burnham, Curtis Field Chauvenet, William Fisk, Stuart Wilkins Hoppin, James Mason Hoyt, Joseph Gibson Hudson, Ward Woodridge Jesup, James Riley March, Daniel McCall, Henry Perkins, John Jr. Perkins, William Richards, George Tiffany, William Henry 1844 Bell, Richard Dobbs Spaight Breed, Edward Andrews Elliot, William Horace Felder, John Henry Ferry, Orris Sanford Fewsmith, William Fisk, Samuel Augustus Foote, Thaddeus Lanier, Alexander Chalmers Lovell, Joseph Robb, James Madison Walker, Joseph Burbeen Washburn, William Barrett Wetherell, John Walcott Wilson, Archelaus 1848 Abbe, Frederick Randolph Aitchison, William Blake, Henry Taylor Colton, Henry Martin Condit, Charles Emerson, Samuel Foster, Dwight Hitchcock, Henry Kinne, William Mesick, Richard Smith Pinckard, Thomas Cicero Strickler, Samuel Alexander White, George Willcox, Giles Buckingham Young, Benham Daniel

1849 Brandegee, Augustus Came, Charles Green Campbell, James Clarke, William Barker Dwight, Timothy Finch, Francis Miles Fisk, Franklin Woodbury Hough, Edward Clement Hurlbut, Joseph Kirby, Jacob Brown Metcalfe, Henry Laurens Miles, James Browning Morris, Edward Dafydd Richardson, Walker Rockwell, John 1853 Aiken, William Pope Babcock, Henry Harper Baldwin, George William Capron, Samuel Mills Coit, Joshua Davies, Thomas Frederick Gleason, William Henry Grout, Alfred Heard, Albert Farley Jack, Thomas McKinney Johnson, George Asbury Kent, Albert Emmett White, Andrew Dickson Whiton, James Morris Willard, Andrew Jackson 1857 Blackman, Charles Seymour Blake, Eli Whitney Buckland, Joseph Payson Butler, Francis Eugene Croxton, John Thomas Day, John Calvin Edwards, Alfred Lewis Green, James Payne Holmes, John Milton Jackson, Joseph Cooke Northrop, Cyrus Pratt, George Seymour, Storrs Ozias Tyler, Moses Coit Wells, Nathan Dana 1861 Baldwin, Simeon Eben Brown, Hubert Sanford Chamberlain, Robert Linton Dexter, Franklin Bowditch Fuller, William Henry Higgins, Anthony Kernochan, Francis Edward Mitchell, John Hanson Newel, Stanford Park, William Edwards Peck, Tracy Root, Alexander Porter Shearer, Sextus Sill, Edward Rowland Williams, Ralph Omsted

1850 Bentley, Edward Warren Bliss, Robert Bliss, William Root Camp, Clinton Chase, Henry Colton, Willis Strong Condit, Albert Pierson Converse, George Sherman Dechert, Henry Martyn Foote, Joseph Forward Ludden, William Manross, Newton Spaulding Roberts, Ellis Henry Storrs, Cordial Woodford, Oswald Langdon 1854 Blackman, Samuel Curtis Cutler, Carroll Denny, Thomas Fenn, William Henry Hooker, John Worthington Lambert, Edward Wilberforce Lombard, James Kittredge Lord, George DeForest Morris, Luzon Burritt Potwin, Lemuel Stoughton Purnell, Charles Thomas Slade, Francis Henry Twombly, Alexander Stevenson White, Charles Atwood Whitney, Edward Payson 1858 Blake, Edward Foster Eichelberger, Martin Smyser Grant, Edward Dromgoole Haskell, Robert Chandler Heermance, Edgar Laing Hollister, Arthur Nelson Kimball, John Edwin Lee, Samuel Henry MacLellan, George Boardman Perkins, Thomas Albert Porter Edward Clarke Scott, Eben Greenough Stevens, Frederic William Van Name, Addison Woodward, William Herrick 1862 Adams, Frederic Chamberlain, Daniel Henry Coe, Edward Benton Day, Melville Cox Eaton, Sherburne Blake Johnston, Henry Phelps Kitchel, Cornelius Ladd Lampson, William MacVeagh, Franklin Ripley, George Coit Seely, William Wallace Stebbins, Henry Hamlin Taylor, John Phelps Ward, John Abbott Weeks, Robert Kelley

1851 Alexander, William Felix Beman, Henry DeWitt Brinsmade, Horatio Walsh Crampton, Rufus Cowles Dana, William Buck Evans, Evan Wilhelm Haldeman, Richard Jacobs Hebard, Albert Little, Robbins Manice, William DeForest Slade, John Milton Vose, James Gardiner Wells, Henry Dorrance White, Henry Dyer Whitney, Emerson Cogswell 1855 Alexander, William DeWitt Barnes, William Henry L. Bumstead, Nathaniel Willis Child, Linus Mason Cobb, Henry Nitchie Granger, John Albert Johnson, Charles Frederick Kittredge, George Alvah Lampson, George Mulford, Elisha Spring, Andrew Jackson Tyler, Charles Mellen Wheeler, William Woodward, Stanley Yardley, Henry Albert 1859 Bristol, Louis Henry Brodhead, Henry Carpenter, Robert John Clay, Green Dunham, George Elliott Hall, William Kittredge Hannahs, Diodate Cushman Harrison, Burton Norvell Robertson, Charles Franklin Schuyler, Eugene Smith, Eugene Stiles, William Augustus Taylor, Alfred Judd White, Roger Sherman Wilcox, Asher Henry 1863 Allen, Walter Arms, Charles Jesup Bingham, Egert Byron Bull, Cornelius Wade Butler, John Haskell Chamberlain, Leander T. Dimock, Henry Farnam Fowler, Horace Webster Kernochan, Joseph Frederic Perry, David Brainard Sheffield, George St. John Southworth, George C. S. Sumner, William Graham Wesson, Charles Holland Whitney, William Collins

1852 Bigelow, Albert Blakeslee, Henry Clay Bliss, Charles Miller Cooper, Jacob Crapo, William Wallace Gilman, Daniel Coit Helmer, Charles Downs Houghton, Edward Johnston, William Preston Marmaduke, Vincent McCormick, Henry Ross, William Baldwin Safford, George Blagden Sill, George Griswold Stanley, William 1856 Arnot, Matthias Hollenback Barker, George Payson Brown, John Mason Campbell, William Harvey W. Condit, Stephen Depew, Chauncey Mitchell Dickinson, Arthur Eakin, Emmet Alexander Fischer, Louis Christopher Magruder, Benjamin Drake Nettleton, Edward Payson Packard, Lewis Richard Paine, Levi Leonard Robinson, George Chester Whitney, James Lyman 1860 Beckley, John Werle Boies, Charles Alfred Boltwood, Edward Daniels, Joseph Leonard Davis, Lowndes Henry Davis, Robert Stewart Fowler, William Furbish, Edward Brown Hebard, Daniel Johnston, William Curtis Jones, Luther Maynard Owen, Charles Hunter Phelps, William Walter Seely, John Frank Smith, William Thayer 1864 Boltwood, Thomas Kast Borden, Matthew C. D. Boyden, Henry Paine Clark, Albert Barnes Hewitt, Thomas Browning MacLean, Charles Fraser Merriam, George Spring Miller, Alanson Douglas Owen, Henry Elijah Palmer, William Henry Pratt, William Hall Brace Pugsley, Isaac Platt Sterling, John William White, Oliver Sherman Woodruff, Francis Eben

1865 Bent, Joseph Appleton Brooks, John Edward Brown, Henry Armitt Bulkey, Tuzar Bushnell, William Benedict Caskey, Taliaferro Franklin Charnley, Charles Meigs Ewell, John Lewis Ford, George Tod Merrill, Payson Riggs, Benjamin Clapp Smith, Charles Edgar Stimson, Henry Albert Stone, William Warren, Henry Waterman 1869 Bannard, Henry Clay Beers, Henry Augustin Bissell, Wilson Shannon Brown, Alexander Lardner Eno, John Chester Foster, John Pierrepont C. Freeman, Henry Varnum Heaton, Edward Hooker, Thomas Isham, John Beach Lear, Henry Perrin, Bernadotte Raymond, Henry Warren Richardson, Rufus Byam Shirley, Arthur 1873 Alexander, Eben Allen, Arthur Huntington Beebe, William Daniels, Rensselaer Wilkinson Denslow, Herbert McKenzie Elder, Samuel James Flagg, Wilbur Wells Grubb, Charles Ross Johnes, Edward Rudolph Judson, Isaac Nichols Lathe, Herbert William Ord, Joseph Pacificus Prentice, Samuel Oscar Tarbell, Frank Bigelow Thomas, Charles Henry 1877 Barnum, William Milo Bigelow, Walter Irving Brooks, Walter Chapin, Charles Frederic Collin, William Welch Cooke, Elbridge Clinton Eaton, Samuel Lewis Gould, Anthony Hoysradt, Albert Kimball, Arthur Reed Percy, Frederick Bosworth Sears, Joshua Montgomery Thacher, John Seymour Tuttle, George Montgomery Winston, Frederick Seymour

1866 Adams, Charles Hemmenway Brand, James Coffin, Edmund Cole, Hamilton Farnam, William Whitman Foote, Harry Ward Hall, John Manning Hincks, Edward Young Holt, George Chandler Judson, Frederick Newton Lampman, Lewis Sloane, Henry Thompson Southgate, Charles McClellan Wade, Levi Clifford White, George Edward 1870 Andrews, John Wallingford Jr. Gulliver, William Curtis Johnston, Ross Learned, Dwight Whitney Mason, Henry Burrall McClure, James Gore King McCutchen, Samuel St. John Miller, George Douglas Perry, John Hoyt Selden, Edward Griffin Shattuck, John Waldon Stearns, Edwin Russell Strong, Charles Hall Tilney, Thomas Joseph Welch, William Henry 1874 Aldis, Owen Franklin Barnes, Pearce Bushnell, Samuel Clarke Farnam, Henry Walcott Grover, Thomas Williams James, Henry Ammon Munroe, George Edmund Parkin, William Robbins, Edwards Denmore Stapler, Henry Beidleman B. Townsend, James Mulford Walden, Russell Wickes, Thomas Parmelee Witherbee, Frank Spencer Wood, John Seymour 1878 Campbell, Treat Carter, Charles Francis Curtis, George Louis Edwards, George Benjamin Foster, Roger Sherman Baldwin James, William Knowles Jenks, Tudor Storrs Kelsey, Clarence Hill Knott, George Tapscott Pollock, George Edward Seely, Edward Howard Jr. Spencer, Charles Langford Stone, Charles Martin Taft, William Howard (BC) Whitney, Edward Baldwin

1867 Bissell, Arthur Douglas Dexter, Morton DuBois, John Jay Dunning, Albert Elijah Harding, Wilder Bennett Hartshorn, Joseph William Hedge, Thomas Lamb, Albert Eugene Libbey, Frank Merriam, James Fiske Seymour, Horatio Spencer, James Magoffin Taft, Peter Rawson Wetmore, George Peabody Woodward, Richard William 1871 Clark, Charles Hopkins Collin, Frederick Elliot, Henry Rutherford Hine, Charles Daniel Kinney, Herbert Evelyn Lea, Robert Brinkley Mansfield, Howard Mason, Alfred Bishop Mead, Frederick Perry, Wilbert Warren Sperry, Watson Robertson Strong, George Arthur Sweet, Edwin Forrest Thacher, Thomas Townsend, William Kneeland 1875 Avery, Charles Hammond Brooks, James Wilton Chester, Carl Thurston Clarke, Thomas Slidell Day, Robert Webster Gulliver, Henry Strong Hotchkiss, William Henry Jenks, Almet Francis Jones, Dwight Arven Jones, Frank Hatch Patton, John Seymour, John Sammis Smith, Edward Curtis Southworth, Edward Wells Tillinghast, Charles 1879 Bowers, Lloyd Wheaton Burpee, Lucien Francis Foster, George Forris Green, Henry Sherwood Hitchcock, Henry Hyde, Frank Eldridge James, Walter Belknap Livingston, Herman Perrin, John Platt, Lewis Alfred Rodman, Robert Simpson Swinburne, Louis Judson Thompson, Oliver David Tighe, Ambrose Woodruff, Timothy Lester

1868 Berry, Coburn Dewees Brewster, Chauncey Bunce Coffin, James Colt, LeBaron Bradford Dixon, William Palmer Farnam, Charles Henry Lewis, John McKinney, William Allison Sloane, Thomas Chalmers Thacher, James Kingsley Tinker, Anson Phelps Tweedy, Samuel Tytus, Edward Jefferson Wood, William Curtis Wright, Henry Parks 1872 Coe, Robert Elmer Cushing, William Lee Deming, Charles Clerc Deming, Clarence Deming, Henry Champion Dennis, Frederic Shepard Hincks, John Howard Hoppin, Benjamin Merriam, Alexander Ross Moore, George Foot Owen, Edward Thomas Payson, Henry Silas Ramsdell, Charles Benjamin Spaldin, George Atherton Woolsey, Theodore Salisbury 1876 Allen, John DeWitt Hamilton Andrews, John Wolcott Bannard, Otto Tremont Blaine, Walker Bottum, Elisha Slocum Cook, Robert Johnston Dawes, Chester Mitchell Fowler, Charles Newell Hadley, Arthur Twining Howe, Elmer Parker Hyde, William Waldo Marvin, Joseph Howard Russell, Philip Gray Smith, Rufus Biggs Worcester, Edwin Dean 1880 Allen, William Palmer Amundson, John Arnold Bentley, Edward Manross Camp, Walter Chauncey Green, Edmund Frank Jennings, Walter Nichols, Alfred Bull Ordway, Henry Choate Parker, Wilbur Partridge, Sidney Catlin Peters, William Allison Scudder, Doremus Spencer, Edward Curran Taft, Harry (Henry) Waters Witherbee, Walter Crafts

1881 Aiken, Edwin Edgerton Barney, Danford Newton Bartlett, Philip Golden Burrell, Joseph Dunn Coleman, John Caldwell Evarts, Sherman Fuller, Philo Carroll Ives, Henry Leighton, James Osborne, Thomas Burr Thompson, Norman F. Van deGraaff, Adrian Sebastian Vernon, Frederick Richardson Walden, Howard Talbot White, Henry Charles 1885 Arnot, John Hulett Baldwin, Henry DeForest Bertron, Samuel Reading Brandegee, Frank Bosworth Bridgman, John Cloyse Brooks, Henry Stanford Flanders, Henry Richmond Hidden, Edward Hobbs, Charles Buxton Mallon, Guy Ward McHenry, John Richards, Eugene Lamb Robinson, Lucius Franklin Terry, Wyllys Worcester, Wilfred James 1889 Buchanan, Thomas Walter Corbin, William Herbert Donnelley, Thomas Elliott Fisher, Samuel Herbert Gill, Charles Otis Griggs, John Cornelius McQuaid, William Adolph Pinchot, Gifford Reed, Harry Lathrop Robinson, Henry Seymour Smith, Herbert Augustine Stokes, Horace Sheldon Walker, Horace Flecher Wells, Herbert Wetmore Woodruff, George Washington 1893 Begg, William Reynolds Cooke, James Barclay Dwight, Winthrop Edwards Gallaudet, Edson Fessenden Hay, Logan Ives, Sherwood Bissell Jones, Alfred Henry Lambert, Adrian Van Sinderen Martin, George Greene Parker, William White Wilson Parsons, Francis Robinson, John Trumbull Roby, Joseph Rogers, Derby Wallis, Alexander Hamilton

1882 Badger, Walter Irving Brewster, Benjamin Campbell, James Alexander Eno, William Phelps French, Asa Palmer Johnson, Barclay Knapp, Howard Hoyt Lyman, Chester Wolcott McBride, Wilber Osborne, Arthur Sherwood Platt, Henry Barstow Pollock, William Wells, John Lewis Whitney, Joseph Ernest Worcester, Franklin Eldred 1886 Anthony, Benjamin Harris Bremner, Samuel Kimball Cowles, Alfred Crapo, Stanford Tappan Day, Thomas Mills Knapp, Wallace Percy Lewis, Charlton Miner Peters, Frank George Phelps, Edward Johnson Phelps, Sheffield Pierson, Charles Wheeler Schwab, John Christopher Shipman, Arthur Leffingwell Stewart, Philip Battell Winston, Dudley 1890 Bayard, Thomas Francis Jr. Corwith, John White Crosby, John Day, Arthur Pomeroy Farnham, John Dorrance Harrison, [Reginald] Fairfax Haslam, Lewis Scofield James, Norman Kellogg, Charles Poole Kneeland, Yale Morse, Sidney Nelson Sage, Henry Manning Simmons, Wallace Delafield Stewart, Percy Hamilton Tracy, Evarts 1894 Case, George Bowen Cochran, Thomas Davies, Thomas Frederick Hall, John Loomer Hare, Meredith Holter, Edwin Olaf Howland, John James, Robert Campbell McMillan, Philip Hamilton Paine, Ralph Delahaye Stewart, Walter Eugene Jr. Stillman, Leland Stanford Walcott, William Stuart Whitney, Harry Payne Word, Charles Francis

1883 Burpee, Charles Winslow Deming, Laurent Clerc Folsom, Henry Titus Foote, Charles Seward Frost, Elihu Brintnal Hillard, Lord Butler Hull, Louis Kossuth Kellogg, Fred William McLaughlin, Edward Tompkins Moore, Eliakim Hastings Jr. Palmer, Harry Herbert Parrott, Joseph Robinson Taft, Horace Dutton Thacher, Sherman Day Woodward, John Butler 1887 Bennetto, John Corwin, Robert Nelson Cowles, William Hutchinson Coxe, Alexander Brown Douglass, Willard Robinson Hare, Clinton Larue Haven, George Griswold Jennings, Oliver Gould Kendall, William Burrage Jr. Kent, William Knight, Samuel Pomeroy, John Norton Rogers, John Sheppard, Walter Bradley Thacher, William Larned 1891 Calhoun, Governeur Cox, John Joughin Doane, John Wesley Jr. Estill, Joe Garner Graves, William Phillips Isham, Edward Swift Kenerson, Vertner McClintock, Norman Morison, Samuel Benjamin Poole, William Frederick Simms, William Erskine Thomson, Samuel Clifton Townsend, John Barnes Tweedy, Henry Hallam Walcott, Frederic Collin 1895 Beard, Anson McCook Buckner, Mortimer Norton Butterworth, Frank Seiler Cable, Benjamin Stickney Carter, Walter Frederick Clark, Alexander Ray Cooke, Walter Evans Davis, Benjamin Denison, Lindsay Harrison, Francis Burton Hinkey, Frank Augustus McKee, Lanier Phelps, Zira Bennett Shepley, Arthur Behn Sloane, William

1884 Blodgett, George Reddington Booth, Samuel Albert Booth, Wilbur Franklin Evarts, Maxwell Foster, Reginald Gruener, Gustav Jenks, Paul Emmott Jones, Frederick Scheetz Lambert, Alexander Lawrance, Thomas Garner McMillan, William Charles Painter, Henry McMahon Tompkins, Ray Twombly, Henry Bancroft Wilder, Amos Parker 1888 Cooley, Harlan Ward Fisher, Irving Gill, George Metcalf Hurd, Richard Melancthon Isbell, Orland Sidney McMillan, James Hoard Morison, David Whipple Roby, Samuel Sidney Brese Seward, William Henry Solley, Fred Palmer Stagg, Amos Alonzo Stevenson, Frederic Augustus Stimson, Henry Lewis Waite, Morison Remich Walker, Samuel Johnson 1892 Bayne, Hugh Aiken Boltwood, Edward Cheney, Howell Cheney, Knight Dexter Jr. Crosby, Benjamin Lewis Jr. Day, Clive Graves, Henry Solon Husted, James William Ingersoll, James Wernham D. Jay, Pierre Kitchel, William Lloyd McClung, Thomas Lee Morison, Stanford Newel Price, Frank Julian Ryle, Ernest 1896 Beard, William Mossgrove Brown, Alexander Cheney, Ward Cross, William Redmond DeSibour, Jules Henri Griggs, Maitland Fuller McKee, McKee Dunn Neale, James Brown Smith, Winthrop Davenport Stokes, Anson Phelps Thorne, Samuel Thorne, Samuel Brinckeroff Treadway, Ralph Bishop Trudeau, Edward L. Jr. Weyerhaeuser, Frederick E.

1897 Bailey, Philip Horton Brooke, George Clymer Coffin, Henry Sloane Fincke, Clarence Mann Garrison, Elisha Ely Gerard, Sumner Gillette, Curtenius Kerr, Albert Boardman Kitchel, Cornelius Porter Pinchot, Amos Richards Eno Sage, Dean Smyth, Nathan Ayer Sumner, Graham Wheelwright, Joseph Storer Williams, Norman Alton 1901 Allen, Arthur Dwight Carlisle, James Mandeville Cheney, Philip Cheney, Thomas Langdon Christian, Henry Hall Coy, Sherman Lockwood Edwards, Richard Henry Eels, John Shepard Hixon, Robert Hoysradt, J. Warren Keppelman, John Arthur Morris, Ray Richardson, Allan Harvey Welch, George Arnold Wright, Alfred Parks 1905 Bradford, Arthur Howe Ellsworth, John Stoughton Fish, Stuyvesant Hogan, James Joseph Hollister, Buell Hughes, Berrien Lathrop, John Hiram Richardson, Gardner Rogers, Edmund Pendleton Sargent, Murray Sloane, John Tilney, Robert Fingland II Turner, Harold McLeod Van Reypen, William K. Jr. Whitehouse, Edwin Sheldon 1909 Bundy, Harvey Hollister Burch, Robert Boyd Campbell, Charles Soutter Clark, Avery Artison Dominick, Gayer Gardner Howard, James Merriam Howe, Henry Almy Jefferson, Edward Francis Klots, Allen Trafford Lippitt, Henry Perrin, John Bates Rand, Stuart Craig Sanderson, Benjamin Blethen Seabury, Mortimer Ashmfad Stokes, Harold Phelps

1898 Cheney, Clifford Dudley Fearey, Morton Lazell Gallaudet, Herbert Draper Hale, Eugene Jr. Hinsdale, Frank Gilbert Kernochan, Frederic Lord, Franklin Atkins Montgomery, Grenville D. Parker, Grenville Rogers, David Francis Simmons, Frank Hunter Wadsworth, James Wolcott Jr. Whitney, Payne Wickes, Forsyth Wright, Henry Burt 1902 Carpenter, George Boone Cressler, Alfred Miller Cushing, Charles Cyprian S. Day, William Edwards Ferguson, Alfred Ludlow Guernsey, Raymond Gano Potter, Roderick Rumsey, Bronson Case Sincerbeaux, Frank Huestis Stebbins, Edwin Allen Stone, Harold Swan, Joseph Rockwell Taylor, Alan McLean Trowbridge, Mason White, Percy Gardiner 1906 Bruce, Donald Dousman, Louis deVierville Ely, Grosvenor Flinn, Alexander Rex Hoyt, Lydig Magee, John Gillespie McClure, James Gore King Jr. McGee, Donald Ashbrook Moorhead, William Singer O’Brien, Frank Perrin, Lee James Rockwell, Foster Harry Smith, Bruce Donald Turner, Spencer Wilson, Hugh Robert 1910 Bayne-Jones, Stanhope Coy, Edward Harris DeSilver, Albert Franchot, Charles Pascal French, Robert Dudley Harrison, George Leslie Heron, John King, Lyndon Marrs Knight, Augustus Logan, Walter Seth Lohmann, Carl Albert Murphy, Frederick James Philbin, Stephen H. II Taft, Robert Alphonso Wodell, Ruthven Adriance

1899 Adams, Mason Tyler Ames, Sullivan Dobb Bowles, Henry Thornton Brooke, Frederic Hiester Brown, Jamot Callahan, Hugh Andrew Day, Dwight Huntington Griswold, William Edward Schenck Maffitt, Thomas Skinker Magee, James McDevitt Preston, Ord Sweet, Carroll Fuller Vanderbilt, Alfred Gwynne Welles, Charles Hopkins Jr. Whitehouse, William F. 1903 Chadwick, George Brewster Clark, Harold Terry Corning, Erastus Dreisbach, John Martin Hamlin, Chauncey Jerome Hewitt, Brower Holt, Henry Chandler Lamb, Albert Richard Moore, Frank Wood Sutphin, Stuart Bruen Thompson, Donald Wallace, Henry Mitchell Waring, Antonio Johnston White, John Richards Wilhelmi, Frederick William 1907 Barnes, William Deluce Blair, William McCormick Camp, Arthur Goodwin Daniels, Forrest Leonard Danielson, Richard Ely Dixon, Theodore Polhemus Dodge, Philip Lyndon Glaenzer, Georges Brette Knox, Hugh Smith Little, Mitchell Stuart Morse, Samuel Finley Brown Truesdale, Calvin Tuttle, George Coolidge Wells, Harold Sherman Woolsey, Heathcote Muirson 1911 Badger, Paul Bradford Corey, Alan Lyle Daly, Frederick Joseph Davis, Clinton Wildes Day, Sherwood Sunderland Dempsey, John Bourne Gammell, Arthur Amory Hyde, Frederick Walton Lombardi, Cornelius Ennis McDonnell, John Vincent Randolph, Francis Fitz Rowland, John Tilghman Soule, Leslie Van Sinderen, Henry B. Wheeler, Lawrence Raymond

1900 Adams, Frederick Baldwin Allen, Frederick Winthrop Camp, Stuart Brown Cheney, Frank Dexter Coffin, William Sloane Cross, John Walter Douglas, Malcolm Greenway, James Cowan Hopkins, John Morgan Leavitt, Ashley Lyon, George Armstrong Paddock, Brace Whitman Rockefeller, Percy Avery Sullivan, Corliss Esmonde Taft, Hulbert 1904 Adams, Charles Edward Adams, George Webster Cheney, Russell Crane, Winthrop Murray Jr. Cross, Walter Snell Dodge, Francis Talmage Jennings, Percy Hall Kittle, John Caspar Metcalf, Harold Grant Miller, James Ely Pierce, Frederick Erastus Reed, Lansing Parmelee Soper, Willard Burr Thacher, Thomas Day Wiggin, Frederick Holme 1908 Biglow, Lucius Horatio Dahl, George Davis, Walter Goodwin Dines, Tyson Foster, Joseph Taylor Griswold, Dwight Torrey Perrin, Lester William Seymour, Charles Shepard, Roger Bulkley Stanley, Harold Thornton, James Carlton Townsend, George Henry Townsend, James Mulford Jr. Watkins, Charles Law Williams, James Willard 1912 Boyd, Francis T. Gardner, Robert Abbe Hartley, Cavour Howe, Arthur Hyde, Donald Robertson McClure, Archibald Merritt, Henry Newton Mullins, Frederic Parsons Murphy, Gerald Clery Paul, Charles Henry Smith, James Gregory Street, Henry Abbott Strout, Edwin Augustus Jr. Tener, Alexander Campbell Twombly, Edward Bancroft

1913 Allen, Calvin Durand Allen, Clarence Emir Jr. Baker, Richard Wheeler Colgate, Henry Auchincloss Cortelyou, George Bruce Cowles, Alfred III Harman, Archer Harriman, William Averell Lovett, August Sidney McAndrew, Alexander Philbin, Jesse Holladay Sawyer, Homer Eugene Jr. Schwab, Laurence von Post Shelden, Allan Waters, William Otis 1917 Bellinger, Alfred Raymond Bush, Prescott Sheldon Cooper, Henry Sage Fenimore Cunningham, Oliver Baty Duryee, Samuel Sloan Harriman, Edward Roland Noel Isham, Henry Porter James, William Ellery Sedgwick LeGore, Harry William Mallon, Henry Neil Olsen, Albert William Overton, John Williams Shepard, Frank Parsons Jr. Simpson, Kenneth Farrand Woolley, Knight 1921 Acosta, John Sidney Bradley, Charles Harvey Brewster, Walter Rice Bundy, Frederick McGeorge Cowles, William Sheffield Heminway, Bartow Lewis Hord, Stephen Young Jenckes, Marcien Litt, Willard David Lunt, Storer Boardman Neville, James Eugene Parsons, Langdon Shevlin, Edward Leonard Stewart, John Winter, Edwin Wheeler II 1925 Ardrey, Rushton Leigh Ashburn, Frank Davis Bench, Edward Cajetan Bissell, William Truesdale Blair, James Grant Gage, Charles Stafford Ives, Gerard Merrick Jones, Walter Clyde Lovejoy, Winslow Meston Lufkin, Elgood Moulton Luman, Richard John Norton, William Bunnell Scott, Henry Clarkson Stevens, Marvin Allen Stevenson, Donald Day

1914 Avery, Benjamin F. Cornish, Percy Gillette Jr. Daniels, Thomas Leonard Gile, Clement Moses Hobson, Henry Wise Jenks, Almet Francis Jones, George Gill Ketcham, Henry Holman King, Stoddard Lippincott, William Jackson Osborn, Richard Patterson, George Washington Rogers, Herman Livingston Shepard, Lorrin Andrews Warren, William Candee Jr. 1918 Ames, Allen Wallace Baldrige, Howard Malcolm Clay, Cassius Marcellus Davison, Frederick Trubee Deans, Robert Barr Farrar, John Chipman Garfield, Newell Gates, Artemus Lamb Gould, James Lovett, Robert Abercrombie Snell, Raymond Franklin Stewart, Charles Jacob Taft, Charles Phelps Vorys, John Martin Woolley, John Eliot 1922 Aldrich, Malcolm Pratt Bush, James Smith Cheney, Ward Crosby, Albert Hastings Frost, Albert Carl Jr. Hilles, Frederick Whiley Larner, Robert Johnson Lord, William Galey Page, Robert Guthrie Root, Wells Solley, Robert Folger Strong, Henry Barnard Thomas, John Allen Miner Townsend, Frederic deP. Jr. Woodward, Stanley 1926 Allen, Daniel Bronson, James Davis Jr. Coke, Henry Cornick Crosby, Henry Stetson Cutler, Benjamin Crawford Davenport, John Alfred Ferguson, Alfred Ludlow Jr. Hoysradt, John McArthur Kingsbury, Howard Thayer Lord, Oswald Bates Michel, Anthony Lee Poore, Charles Graydon Root, Reginald Dean Russell, Frank Ford Willard, Charles Hastings

1915 Burtt, Edwin Arthur Carter, Lyon Cornell, Thomas Hilary Davenport, Stephen Rintoul Denegre, Thomas Bayne MacDonald, Ranald Hugh II MacLeish, Archibald Middlebrook, Louis Shelton Paris, Irving Pumpelly, Harold Armstrong Reilly, John Sylvester Shedden, William Martindale Slocum, Edwin Lyon Stackpole, Edward James Swift, Walker Ely 1919 Allen, Parker Breese Baldwin, Sherman Campbell, Alan Barnette Carter, Frederic Dewhurst Depew, Ganson Goodyear Gaillard, Edward McCrady Hadley, Hamilton Haffner, Charles Christian Jr. Mallon, John Howard McCormick, Alexander A. Jr. McKee, Elmore McNeill Mead, Winter Otis, James Sanford Smith, Traver Walker, George Nesmith 1923 Becket, George Campbell Bulkey, Jonathan Ogden Cooper, John Sherman Davenport, Russell Wheeler Day, Huntington Townsend Foster, Maxwell Evarts Hyde, Louis Kepler Jr. Jones, Edwin A. Jordan, Ralph Edward Luckey, Charles Pinckney Matthiessen, Francis Otto Norton, George W. Jr. Pelly, Bernard Berenger Tighe, Richard Lodge Wheeler, Alfred Newton 1927 Bunnell, Phil W. Look, Allen MacMartin McIntosh, Harris Noble, Lawrence Mason Patterson, Thomas Cleveland Post, Russell Lee Ritchie, Wallace Parks Robbins, William Welles Robinson, Frederick Flower Stokes, Anson Phelps Jr. Wadsworth, James Jeremiah Walker, George Herbert Jr. Wardwell, Edward Rogers Warren, John Davock Watson, Charles III

1916 Darling, Arthur Burr Gaillard, Samuel Gourdin Jr. Hadley, Morris Johnstone, Henry Webb Knapp, Farwell Oler, Wesley Mardon Porter, Gilbert Edwin III Putnam, Howard Phelps Roberts, Charles Holmes Jr. Shepard, Donald Carrington Stewart, Donald Ogden Tener, Kinley John Tighe, Laurence Gotzian Von Holt, Herman Vademar Walker, Charles Rumford 1920 Adams, Lewis Greenleaf Davison, Harry Pomeroy Jr. Hadden, Briton Heffelfinger, Frank Peavey Hincks, John Morris Hobson, Francis Thayer Ingalls, David Sinton Luce, Henry Robinson McHenry, James Patterson, Morehead Safford, Theodore Lee Sargent, Joseph Weir Schermerhorn, Alfred Coster Van Slyck, DeForest Winter, Daniel Robbins 1924 Allen, Henry Elisha Appel, George Frederick Baer Blair, Edwin Foster Diller, John Cabot Ewing, Sherman Haines, Thomas Frederick D. Heffelfinger, George Wright P. Hilles, Charles Dewey Jr. Houghton, Walter Edwards Lusk, William Thompson Mallory, William Neely McCallum, Revell Melton, William Davis Jr. Spofford, Charles Merville Thomson, Clifton Samuel 1928 Bartholomew, Dana Treat Berger, George Bart Jr. Bingham, Charles Tiffany Fishwick, Dwight Brown Griggs, Herbert Stanton Jr. Haight, George Winthrop Ives, Chauncey Bradley Lapham, Raymond White Mallory, Barton Lee Jr. Prentice, John Rockefeller Robertson, Arthur C. Ross, “Lanny” Lancelot Patrick Scott, Stewart Patterson Stewart, Peter Hellwege Walker, Stoughton

1929 Ashforth, Albert Blackhurst Costikyan, Granger Kent Crile, George Jr. Decker, Edmund L. Jr. Dodge, Washington Eddy, Maxon Hunter Garvey, John Joseph Gillespie, Kenrick Samson Grove, Manasses Jacob Manville, Hiram Edward Jr. Merrill, Henry Riddle Paine, Ralph Delahaye Jr. Smith, Lloyd Hilton Wack, Damon deBlois Wells, George 1933 Caldwell, Samuel Smith Jr. Cooke, Francis Judd Davis, Richard Marden Fletcher, Alexander Charles Garnsey, William Smith Hall, Frederick Bagby Jr. Jones, Theodore Stephen Levering, Walter Barnum Lindley, Frances Vinton McGauley, John Michael Newton, James Quigg Jr. Parker, Robert Boyd Parsons, Henry McIlvaine Stebbins, Hart Lyman Wilbur, John Smith 1937 Blake, Dexter Barnes Brooke, Frederic Hiester Jr. Burke, Charles Clinton III Cross, Richard James Draper, Arthur Joy Field, John Warner Kelley, Lawrence Morgan McLemore, John Briggs Miles, Richard Curtis Orrick, William Horsley Jr. Robinson, John Trumbull Jr. Runnalls, John Felch Bertram Stewart, Potter Stone, Louis Talcott Jr. Turner, Harold McLeod Jr. 1941 Cross, William Redmond Jr. Devor, Donald S. Jr. Ellis, Franklin Henry Jr. Hall, Edward Tuck Jackson, William Eldred Kiphuth, Delaney Madden, John Beckwith Pickett, Lawrence Kimball Price, Charles Baird Jr. Solbert, Peter Omar Abernathy Stevenson, Charles Porter Thomas, Walton Dowdell Tighe, Laurence Gotzian Jr. White, Warren Benton Zorthian, Barry

1930 Allison, Robert Seaman Jr. Ellis, Harland Montgomery Ellis, Raymond Walleser Erskine, Albert DeW., Jr. Garnsey, Walter Wood Greene, Waldo Wittenmyer Gwin, Samuel Lawrence Hall, Robert Andrew Janeway, Charles Alderson Ladd, Louis Williams Jr. Longstreth, George Brown Look, Frank Byron Musser, John Miller Palmer, Arthur Edward Prideaux, Tom 1934 Bradford, Amory Howe Cunningham, Hugh Terry Gordon, George Arthur Hallett, John Folsom Hambleton, Thomas Edward Harper, Harry Halsted Jr. Holmes, John Grier Jackson, John Herrick Kilcullen, John MacHale Kimball, Walter Sugden Mills, Edward Ensign Morese, John Bolt Nichols, Edward Ranney, George Alfred Stetson, Eugene William Jr. 1938 Davenport, Bradfute Warwick Dempsey, James Howard Jr. Dilworth, Joseph Richardson Dunham, Lawrence B. Jr. Ecklund, John Edwin Fox, Joseph Carrere Frank, Clinton E. Gordon, Edward McGuire Hessberg, Albert II Schermerhorn, Amos Egmont Stevens, Joseph Benson Jr. Thompson, John R. Weed, George Haines Whitman, Francis Slingluff Jr. Wilbur, Richard Emery 1942 Aycrigg, William Anderson II Bartholemy, Alan Edmund Bell, William Tompkins Chouteau, Rene Auguste Ford, William Grayson, Cary Travers Halsey, Ralph Wetmore Jr. Harrison, Fred Harold Jessup, John Baker Kemp, Frank Alexander Kirchwey, George Washington Smith, Howard Freeman Jr. Sprole, Frank Arnott Walker, John Stanley White, William Gardner

1931 Austen, David Edward Donnelley, Gaylord Heinz, Henry John II Lapham, Lewis Abbot Loeser, Frederic William Lydgate, William Anthony Messimer, Robert Laughlin Jr. Peltz, William Learned Rathborne, Joseph Cornelius Stewart, James Ross Sutherland, Richard Orlin Swoope, Walter Moore Tucker, Luther Vincent, Francis Thomas Walker, John Mercer 1935 Bowles, John Eliot Collier, Samuel (Sam) Carnes Curtin, Francis Claire Fuller, Stanley Evert Haas, Frederick Peter Johnson, Joseph (Joe) Hale Kilborne, William Skinner Pillsbury, John Sargent Jr. Rodd, Thomas Seymour, Charles Jr. Shepard, Roger Bulkley Jr. Spitzer, Lyman B. Jr. Stillman, George Schley Teerry, Henry Porter Baldwin Tufts, Bowen (Sonny) C. 1939 Belin, Gaspard d’Andelot Blanchard, Jerred Gurley Bundy, William Putman Chittenden, George Hastings Clucas, Lowell Melcher Dyess, Arthur Delma Jr. Gile, Clement Dexter Hoxton, Archibald R. Jr. Kellogg, William Welch Miller, Andrew Otterson Miller, Charles Lewis Jr. Mitchell, Harry Hartwood Shepard, Lloyd M. Jr. Wilhelmi, Frederick William Jr. Williams, Burch 1943 Acheson, David Campion Caulkins, George Peck Daniels, John Hancock Doolittle, Duncan Hunter Drain, Richard Dale Healy, Harold Harris Jr. Hoagland, Donald Wright Klots, Allen Trafford Jr. Lilley, Frank Walder Jr. MacLean, John Helm Miller, Dudley Livingston Moseley, Spencer Dumaresq Stewart, Zeph Tabor, John Kaye Vogt, Tom D.

1932 Adams, Frederick Baldwin Jr. Barres, Herster D. Bates, Emmert Warren Fitch, George Hopper Fulton, Robert Brank Gillespie, Samuel Hazard Jr. Hodges, William Van D. Jr. Laundon, Mortimer H. Jr. Lindenberg, John Townsend McCrary, John Reagan Jr. Mills, James Paul Ogden, Alfred O’Neill, Eugene Gladstone, Jr. Savage, Boutelle Jr. Williams, Samuel Goode 1936 Barr, Richard James Jr. Bingham, Jonathan Brewster Cooke, Robert Barbour Davis, Horace Webber II Gill, Brendan Hall, Jesse Angell Hersey, John Richard Knapp, John Merrill Moore, Richard Anthony Pillsbury, Edmund P. Rankin, Bernard Courtney Shepard, Blake Train, Robert Walker, Louis Whitehead, Mather Kimbal 1940 Bundy, McGeorge Erickson, Thomas Franklin Glover, Charles Carroll III Grayson, James Gordon Holden, Reuben Andrus Howe, Harold II Orrick, Andrew Downey Rodd, David Beckwith Stack, Joseph William Jr. Stevens, Albert B. Stillman, Peter Gordon B. Stucky, William McDowell Swenson, Edward Francis Jr. Thorne, Peter Brinckerhoff Watson, William Berkley Jr. 1944 Brown, Samuel Taylor Glover Buckley, James Lane Elebash, Shehand Daniel Ellis, Alexander Jr. Ferguson, James Lord Goodenough, John Bannister Grayson, William Cabell Holden, John Morgan Hoopes, Townsend Walter Kelley, William Cody II Lindsay, David Alexander Little, Stuart West Walker, Jeffrey Pond Whitmore, James Allen Jr. Witter, Dean Jr.

1945 Allen, Archibald John Jr. Blake, Gilman Dorr Jr. Connick, Louis Jr. Dale, Edwin Lyon Jr. Davison, Endicott Peabody Early, Hobart Evans Elwell, Francis Bolton Jr. Harman, Archer Jr. Lynch, Russell Vincent McElroy, Benjamin Thomas McGaughey, Guy Ennis Jr. Moorhead, William Singer Jr. Seaman, Irving Jr. Spaulding, Josiah Augustus Sumner, William Sayre 1949 Baribault, Richard Pfeifer Bassett, Barton Bradley II Coffin, William Sloane Jr. Davison, Daniel Pomeroy Goodyear, Robert M. Hollister, John Baker Jr. Lavelli, Anthony Jr. Leiper, Joseph McCarrell II Lippincott, David McCord Lord, Charles Edwin II Lufkin, Peter Wende, Sr. Raymond, George T. Perkins Sherrill, Franklin Goldwaithe Van Dine, Vance Wickwire, Winthrop Ross 1953 Bulkey, Jonathan Duncan Bush, Jonathan James Donaldson, William Henry Durham, Edwin A. II Emerson, Christy Payne Lufkin, Dan Wende Marshall, John Birnie McLane, James Price Menton, John Dennis Mitinger, Joseph Berry Noble, Lawrence Mason Jr. Novkov, David Arthur Walker, George Herbert III Weber, John William Woodsum, Harold Edward Jr. 1957 Ackerman, Stephen Harry Bowman, Ralph David Carlsen, Ray Allen Clark, Russell Inslee Jr. Cushman, Charles W. Dunn, George J. Fritzche, Peter B. Loucks, Vernon Reece Jr. Loughran, Anthony Hookey Lumpkin, Richard Anthony Owseichik, John Philip Palmer, Lindley Guy II Ritchie, Wallace Parks Jr. Somerville, John Wheeler Williams, William Bruce

1945W Brown, Walter Henderson Carey, John Finney, J. John Warren Holmes, George Burgwin Hurlbut, Gordon Buckland Jr. Mallon, Thomas Ridgway O’Brien, Phillip Jr. Twichell, Charles Pratt Vose, Elliott Evans Warren, George Upson

1947 Alling, Charles Booth Jr. Andrews, Edward W. Jr. Boulos (Bouliaratis), W. M. Bronson, David Bennet Chafee, John Hubbard Finley, John George Gilpin Goedecke, William Skinner Leavenworth, Donald Loyal Moore, James I. O’Brien, Frank Jr. Palmer, Charles Edgar Read, Richard Rollins Robinson, Howard C. Jr. Tucker, Carl Jr. Whitehouse, Charles Sheldon 1951 Anderson, Thomas Hill Eden, John W. Ellis, Garrison McClintock N. Ellis, George Corson Jr. Love, Ralph Frank Lufkin, Chauncey Forbush Mathews, Craig Mayer, Charles Theodore McNamara, Thomas Philip Price, Raymond Kissam Jr. Reid, Edward Snover III Ross, Thomas Bernard Russell, Richard Warren Ryan, Joseph Mather Shepard, Charles Robinson Smith 1955 Bryan, Lloyd Thomas Jr. DeForest, Stephen Elliott Fehr, Gerald Florian Gow, Robert Haigh Green, Charles Grady Guidotti, Hugh George Jr. Hansen, Roger Allen Hudson, Franklin Donald Johanson, Stanley Morris Mathias, Philip Hoffman II McCullough, David Gaub Searles, Paul David Shugart, Thorne Martin Steadman, Richard Cooke Walker, Ray Carter 1959 Adams, Stephen Bodman, William Camp Connors, James Joseph III Cooke, John Parick Ercklentz, Alexander Tonio Esselstyn, Erik Canfield Hemphill, James Tierney Holbrook, John Jr. Kingsley, Charles Capen Lightfoot, Richard Bissett Lord, Winston Mayor, Michael Brook Sheffield, James Rockwell Thorson, Peter Andreas Tyler, Cheever

1948 Ashley, Thomas William Ludlow Biglow, Lucius Horatio Jr. Bush, George Herbert Walker Caulkins, John Ervin Clark, William Judkins Connelly, William James Jr. Cook, George III Grimes, David Charles Jenkins, Richard Elwood Mack, Richard Gesrtle Moseley, Thomas Wilder Pfau, George Harold Jr. Walker, Samuel Sloan Jr. Weaver, Howard Sayre Wilkie, Valleau Jr. 1952 Aberg, Donlan Vincent Jr. Buckley, Fergus Reid Claude, Abram Jr. Connick, Andrew Jackson Cruikshank, Paul Fessenden Jr. Eisler, Colin Tobias Finney, Graham Stanley Haight, Charles Sherman Jr. Hincks, John Winslow Kittredge, Frank Dutton Roberts, George Brooke Jr. Senay, Edward Charles Spears, Robert Samuel Steadman, John Montague Vorys, Martin West 1956 Banks, Howard Daniel Boasberg, James Emanuel, III D’Avanzo, Louis A. Dempsey, Andrew Squire Durfee, Charles Gibson Jr. Esselstyn, Caldwell B. Jr. Gaines, Milton John Ingalls, David Sinton Jr. Jamieson, Thomas C. Jr. Malloy, Terrence Reed McGregor, Jack Edwin Menton, James Paul Orr, Andrew Alexander Speed, James Breckinridge Traphagen, Peter Abraham 1960 Ball, David George Beane, Frank Eastman Jr. Capron, Paul III Dominick, David DeWitt Ernst, Frederick Vincent Garnsey, William Herrick Giegengack, Robert Francis Jr. Holbrook, David Doubleday Lindgren, Richard Hugo Lusk, Peter Anthony McCarthy, Charles Edward Meek, John Burgess Northrop, Robert Smitter Scott, Eugene Lytton Smith, Bruce Donald III

1950 Breen, John Gerald Buckley, William Frank Jr. Draper, William Henry III Frank, Victor Harry Jr. Galbraith, Evan Griffith Guinzburg, Thomas Henry Henningsen, Victor W. Jr. Kemp, Philip Sperry Lambert, Paul Christopher Lovett, Sidney Luckey, Charles Pinckney MacLeish, William Hitchcock McLean, Robert III Pionzio, Dino John Shepard, Donald C. Jr. 1954 Benninghoff, Harry Bryner Evans, Tilgham Boyd Fortunato, S. Joseph Giesen, Arthur Rossa, Jr. Gifford, Richard Cammann Hiers, Richard Hyde Kilrea, Walter Charles Meyer, Russell William Jr. Morton, Thruston Ballard Jr. Polich, Richard Frank Price, Ross Edward Reponen, Robert Gordon Ryan, Allan A. III Schnaitter, Spencer Jason Thornton, Edmund Braxton 1958 Allen, Charles Edward Blue, Linden Stanley Cassel, John A. Cheney, Ronald Lawton Cushman, Robert Edgar Jr. Embersits, John Frank Howe, Gary Woodson Morey, Robert Willis Jr. Pendexter, John Fowler Phelan, Howard Taylor Post, Russell Lee Jr. Preston, John Louis Shackelford, Robert Campbell Van Antwerp, William M. Jr. Wheeler, Thomas Beardsley

1961 Bissell, George Thomas Bockrath, Richard Charles Jr. Bowles, William Carter Jr. Clark, Thomas Whitton Cogswell, John Marshall DeNeufville, John Phillip Hamlin, Charles B. Lindsay, Dale Alton Jr. MacLean, Kenneth Jr. Pyle, Michael Johnson Seeley, George Wheeler Singleton, Thomas Hall Stewart, James Corb Waddel, Geoffrey Hamilton Walsh, John Joseph Jr. 1965 Ali, Mehdi Raza Benoit, Charles Edward Jr. Clark, Gerald Holland Clark, Stephen Edward Clay, Timothy J. Coombs, Orde Musgrave Corey, Alan Lyle III Desjardins, Peter Earl Fetne, Philip Jay Lagercrantz, Bengt Magnus Pinney, John Mercer Pond, Jeffrey Craig Quarles, James Perrin III Shattuck, John H. F. III Zallinger, Peter Franz 1969 Arras, Robert Edward Jr. Bouscaren, Michael Frederic Buck, Charles Henry III Cosgrove, Thomas Francis Jr. Demares, Frank Edward II Dowling, Brian J. Fuller, Henry W. Livingston, Richard H. B., II Madden, Bernard Patrick Miller, Wentworth Earl O’Leary, John Joseph Jr. Schwarzman, Stephen Allen Selander, Duane Arthur Thompson, William McI. Jr. Woodlock, Douglas Preston 1973 Barasch, Alan Sidney Bellis, Tedric Lawrence Finney, C. Roger Green, Benjamin P. Highfill, Philip Henry III Huey, Mark Christopher Karageorge, James Louis Liles, Coit Redfearn Lonsdorf, David B. MacDonald, Stephen Joseph Mattlin, Fred Walter McPhee, Stephen Joseph Moore, David Clement Scott, William Iain Sulzer, James Sothern

1962 Back, Samuel Hutchins Brandt, John Henry Brewster, James Henry IV Brooks, Tristam Anthony Burr, Charles Bentley II Childs, Henry Clay Chimenti, Norman Victor Hamilton, William Holland, Henry Thompson LeFevre, Ronald Eaton Ligon, Thomas B. Peck, Arthur John Jr. Spitz, Robert Wayne Terry, Wyllys III Zucker, Bernard Benjamin 1966 Bockstoce, John Roberts Bradford, Timothy McFall Brown, George Clifford Cross, Alan Whittemore Dalby, Michael Thomas Howard, James Ernest Kerry, John Forbes Laidley, Forrest David Pershing, Richard Warren Rumsey, David MacIver Singer, Ronald Leonard Smith, Frederick Wallace Stanberry, William Burks Jr. Thorne, David Hoadley Vargish, Thomas 1970 Brown, William Scott Case, Philip Benham Jr. Downing, Earl S. III Eyre, Lawrence L. Friedland, Jonathan David Greenberg, Stephen David Hodes, Douglas Michael Jackson, Terrence John Miller, Thomas Clairborne Morgan, Robert McNair Ohene-Frempong, Kwaku Peters, Daniel James Scattergood, Thomas Bevan Thompson, Jonathan Penfield Trower, C. Christopher 1974 Ayeroff, Frederick Charles Barge, Richard Mason Bellis, Jon Michael Bisaro, Larry R. Cohen, Robert Lewis Connors, David Michael Diamond, Peter C. Doyle, Thomas James Jr. Eisenberg, Bruce Alan Gonzalez, Timoteo F. Kelly, Brian Christopher Lewis, George Emanuel Murchison, Brian Cameron Spear, Wesley John Thorne, Charles Hedges McKinstry

1963 Ahlbrandt, Roger S. Jr. Becket, Peter Logan Boren, David Lyle Clay, Jesse Loring Frank, Charles Augustus III Gill, Michael Gates Gwin, Samuel Lawrence Jr. Hewitt, Henry Hollis Jones, Theodore Stephen Marsh, William Lee Moser, Richard Eugene Nordhaus, William Dawbney O’Connell, Timothy James Rose, Jonathan Chapman Rulon-Miller, Patrick 1967 Afeoju, Bernard Ikecukwu Ashe, Victor Henderson Bush, Derek George Foster, David John Garnsey, Walter W., Jr. Lilley, Robert McGregor Miller, James Whipple Mitchell, H. Coleman Jr. Neighe, Geoffrey Mark Preston, James Marshall Richards, David Alan Saxon, James M. Snell, Bradford Curie Swil, Roy Anthony Thompson, Stephen Eberly Jr. 1971 Babst, James Anthony Bryan, James Taylor Ekfelt, Richard (Dick) Henry Feinerman, James Vincent Fortgang, Jeffrey Galvin, Michael Gerard Halin, Thomas Michael Hernandez, Carlos Arturo Inman, Robert Davies Johnson, Wilbur John Jr. Kosturko, William Theodore Levin, Charles Herbert Morgan, James Wallace Noyes, Edward MacArthur Taft, Thomas Prindle 1975 Ashenfelter, Alan Thompson Bender, Kenneth Arthur Buckley, Christopher Taylor Burke, James Eugene III English, William Deshay Jr. Gaines, Edwin Frank Green, Rudolph Kanehl, Phillip Edwin MacKenzie, Kenneth Malcolm Reigeluth, Douglas Scott Saffen, David Struzzi, Thomas Allen Wald, Stephen George Zorthian, Gregory Jannig (anonymous)

1964 Best, Geoffry Donald Charles Cirie, John Arthur Clay, Alexander Stephens Francis, Samuel Hopkins Gillette, Howard Frank Jr. Kaminsky, Robert Isadore Lynch, Dennis Patrick McBride, Jonathan Evans Prindle, Thomas Harrison Pulaski, Charles Alexander Jr. Rowe, Thomas Dudley Jr. Straw, Ralph Lynwood Van Loan, Eugene Wilbur, John Smith Jr. Wolfe, Stephen II 1968 Austin, Roy Lesley Birge, Robert Richards Brown, Christopher Walworth Bush, George Walker Cohen, Kenneth Saul Cowdry, Rex William Etra, Donald Gallico, G. Gregory III Guthrie, Robert Karle III Kolar, Bruton Ward (Britt) McCallum, Robert Davis Jr. Saleh, Muhammad Ahmed Schmidt, Thomas Schollander, Donald Arthur Thorne, Brinkley Stimson 1972 Cangelosi, Russell Joseph Clark, Douglas Wells Csar, Michael F. Evans, Peter Seelye Fisher Scott B. Lewis, Mark Sanders Lutz, Karl Evan MacDonald, Richard J. II McLaren, Michael Glenn Moyer, Douglas Richard Ritterbush, Stephen Grover Jr. Sauber, Richard Alan Walden, Robert Stewart Wilson, Zebulon Vance Ziegler, Stan Warren 1976 Blattner, Robert William Brubaker, John Kim Capozzalo, Douglas Daniel Casscells, Christopher Dyson Childs, Starling Winston Davies, Philip Turner Fort, Donald Kenneth Gates, Edward Raymond Gibson, Richard Channing Jr. Hart, Dennis Charles Leverett, Miles Watson Mehta, Arjay Singh Morgenstern, Marc Jaime Oler, Clark Kimberly Jr. Williams, Darryl L.

1977 Blakely, Marvin Brubaker, James Robert Cooper, Carnell Fredericks, Joel Richard Goldberg, Richard Julius Grayson, William Cabell Jr. Kee, Christopher Andrew Lalley, Patrick William Lawler, Quentin John Newman, Thomas Montgomery Perry, David Bulkey Rimar, Stephen III Schlesinger, Daniel Adam Scott, Larry Glenn Tom, Chan Bruce III 1981 Bullock, Stanton B. Campbell, Kimberly C. Carlsson, Mats Erik Choa, Christopher James Conway, Joseph Leo Jr. Grandine, Thomas Allan Novosel, David Gerard O’Keefe, Regis James Peters, Kenneth Graham Peterson, Paul Clifford Russell, Richard George Staven, Karl Eric Stratton, Daniel James Tingey, Douglas Stuart Troy, Alexander 1985 Boasberg, James Emanuel Carlin, William John Carr Jr. Chandrasekhar, Ashok Jai Frankel, Scott David Grossman, Jay Alan Kwok, Wei-Tai Lindy, Peter Barnes Misner, Timothy Charles Mnu Chin Steven Terner Petela, James Gerard Powers, Richard Hart Smock, Morgan Robert Taft, Horace Dutton Thomson, Gregory Allan Walsh, Kevin Sanchez 1989 Agha, Sohail Alicea, Noel Ashby, Arlan Marcus Caine Cervepis, Todd Christopher Cornwell, Michael James Fisher, Whitney Charles Giamatti, Paul Edwards Valentine Haas, James Andrew Korn, Daniel Lawerence, Glover Harold O'Brien, Edward Orestes Puchtler, Joel Scobie Ryan, Michael David Walsh, Michael Francis Williams, Derrick Maurice

1978 Albritton, Paul Berem Baran, Mark R. Bassi, Keith Alan Clark, J. Bruce Gile, Lawrence Maclester Holmes, Peter Samuel Hook, Noble Karp, B. C. Marinelli, David Leonard Owens, Samuel L. Piel, Geoffrey D. Rizzo, Robert John Roy, John Marcus Sullivan, Charles S. Turner, Elvin L. 1982 Bass, James Edward Breslau, Jonathan Campbell, Gavin Elliott Devlin, Michael William Leone, Frederick Anthon McAfee, William Andrew Meyers, Bryan Fitch Murchison, Robert W. Rachlin, David Isaiah Reid, Jasper Salzman, Mark Joseph Santiago, Eddie Towers, Jonathan David Wright, William Henry II Yang, James Ting-Yeh 1986 Boasberg, Thomas Alexander Budill, Edward McRae Chittenden, John Sisson Crotty, Sean Patrick Dodge, William Sickels Gottheim, Joshua Chess Havas, Steffan Thayer Hilliard, Jeffrey Kline, David Franklin Meyer, Tory Austin Quamina, Alvan Vincent George Reeves, William Huntington Schillinger, Edward Alexander Strong, Thomas Joseph Walton, Reginald Keith 1990 Abrams, Lawrence Dewyatt Aibel, Matthew Benjamin Allara, Willis Chapman Arndt, Willis Chapman, Jr. Cohen, Andrew Jay Figueroa, Richard Gajdusek, Karl Lawrence Hajnal, Zoltan Lloyd Liu, Eric P. Milbank, Dana Timothy Nondorf, James Gregory Robert Pike, Stephen Langdon Reed, Mark Armstead Sellars, Reginald Bryant Wertheim, John Vincent

1979 Brown, Robert Nelson Edozien, Anthony O. Fore, John Arthur Holmboe, Jeffrey Arthur Lorenson, David Harold McNally, Edward E. Moses, Jack Thomas Nondorf, Kurt D. O’Brien, Donald Patrick Peters, Eric Brooks Skrovan, Stephen Thomas Stevenson, Charles P. Westerfield, Richard H. Wilson, Daniel Richard Yent, James B. Jr. 1983 Abrams, Peter Mark Brooks, Peter Moody Burkus, Gregory James Cerveris, Michael Ernest Franklin, Richard David Gale, Frederick Scott Kafoglis, Christian Nicholas Kaushal, Shalesh Montesano, Michael John III Nichols, William Allen Noel, Christopher Pinela, Carlos Sharp, Jonathan Douglas Sheffield, John Van Loon Wagner, Victor Edmond 1987 Cheeks, George Arthur Dudley, Andrew Jenkins Ewing, Dino Bartlett Guettel, Adam Arthur Jeffries, Christopher Warden Keck, David Alderson Loveyjoy, John Cooper Millard, Hugh Moscoso, Ricardo Nguyen, Linh Cuu Shapiro, Michael David Sylvain, John Stanislaus Henry, II Wheeler, Kenneth Edward Wishnie, Michael Joel Yoder, Paul Justin 1991 Alston, Jonathan Adriel Battle, Marell Eston Campbell, Cecil Dean Clarke Delevett, Peter Christian, II Estep, Bryon Stearns Goolsbee, Austan Dean Johnson, Terrell Gordon Jones, Benjamin Silliman Keaveney, Kevin Michael Passoja, Erik Allen Schwimmer, David Adam Stracks, John Steven Vasquez, Wilfredo Webster, Douglas Clifford Worth, John Harold

1980 Austin, Samuel Monroe Chibundu, Maxwell O. Davenport, George Leovy DeVore, Mark Samuel Dilworth, George Toby Fleming, Andrew T. Hatem, John J. Kagan, Robert William Lawrence, Gary Martin Mulhern, Daniel Kevin [Granholm] Peters, Elliot Remsen Stevens, Eric Eugene Teig, Joseph Benjamin Tumpane, Timothy Michael Zigerelli, Lawrence John 1984 Andrie, Paul James Coggins, Daniel Seton Crawley, Brian Scott Davison, Henry Pomeroy Graves, Earl Gilbert Jr. Henston, Douglas Robert Herskovits, David Nathaniel Jung, Michael David Kahle, Jeffrey Lewis Lampert, Edward Scott Litt, David Geoffrey Skibell, Steven Alan Urquijo, Conzalo Weinstein, Adam Wiseman, David Batshaw 1988 (NOT AVAILABLE)

1992 Abdul, Makunda Bernstein, Daniel Jeremy Davis, Marco Antonio Enrique Castaneda Gitchell, Joseph Graham Gray, David Edman Kirchman, Dana Kouri, Christopher Henry O'Buachalla, Ciaran Padraig Romain, Alex Sharkey, Catherine Moira So, Lilly Yang Stanley, Elizabeth Ahylyn Strain, Christian Raymond (anonymous)

1993 Boren, Carrie Christine Colavito, Peter Nicholas Gonzales, Oscar Reynaldo Lehman, Ann Louise Ngo, Karen Ka-Kei Park, Chan Peters, Gregory Kent Pihl, Tina Rothman, Adam Ruff, Tayna Renee Sheronas, David Anthony Skidmore, Robert Riley Taylor, Camilla Bronwen Vishio, Eva Patrice Whyte, Paul Andrew 1997 Arputhasamy, Paula Das, Sarba Estrada, Francisco Javier Farhadian, Tali Farimah Johnston, Michael Christopher Cox Klein, Jonathan Adam Obioha, Nkechinyere Lovena Park, Hyun Reeder, Gary Lacy, II Selzer, Robert Jackson Shakman, Matthew Joseph Sims, Patrick James Sweet, David McIntyre Whaley, Darcy Anne Yoon, Jane 2001 Amaez, Daniel Barret, Annie Rachel Boone, Louvonia Cavaco, Isaiah Duncan, Mark MacKenzie Gahan, Kimberly Ann Harris, Melanie Maserati, Sarah Anne Mazza, Peter Nam, Steve Taek Popper, Lauren Jane Proper, Scott Bradley Reyes, Patrick Sandy, Akobe Slade, David 2005 Carr, Rob Croffy, Ally Fairbanks, Eve Favors, Jeohn Grimm, Dan Morales, Derek Ng, Derek Schemmer, Katharine Shamas, Raja Shanor, Dicky Smith, Kirby Sokolow, Eleanor Tang, Aaron (anonymous) (anonymous)

1994 Breyer, Nell Beryl Clark, Philip Gilhool, Nicholas Kane Grennan, Kate Hess, Mignon Page Lee, Simon Craddock Leonhardt, David Rene Lieberman, Aaron Oscar Lewis Martinson, Haldan Perry, Imani Nia Chiara Rocha, Alina Merceds [Menocal] Saunders, John Kenneth Singley, M'Balia Kafi Warnick, Angela Lee Waterman, Shana Christie 1998 Bain, Regina Choo, Michael Youngjun Feigelson, Joshua Meir Fromm, Blanca Monica Nele Gastic, Blue (Billie) Gilbert, Laura Elaine Herskovits, Adrianna Zara Hunterton, Gaberiel Sargent Hoo, Robert George Knable, Miles Andrew Kronman, Matthew Pattersom Min, Hae-Won Pan, Christopher Wilson, Isaiah, II Williams, Lorelei 2002 Austin, Scott Alan Bair, Caitlin Banerjee, Bidisha Bazzle, John Bradley Gaughen, Patrick Robert Goldsmith, William Dixon Herlwig, Paige Lynn Hudson, Jared McCabe Im, Jaisohn Jiminez, Carlos Montgomery, Kenita Trenae Montoya, Maceo Penna, Timothy Rick Premejee, Sharmeen Malik Ruiz, Sara Elizabeth 2006 Austin, Paige Babha, Satya Dalby, Owen Dyches, Brandon Edsail, Caroline Fei, Jessica Frericks, Anson Hopkins, A. J. Liebenluft, Jacob Mehta, Nazneen Phan, Don Raza, Gul Sarnelli, Crissaris Shamas, Diala Thomas, Andre

1995 Dacosta, Michelle Marcia Emerson, Geoffrey Guy Grunstein, Yoav Hadayia, Jennifer Marie Joo, Sonya Yunee Martin, Donald Washington Martinez, Enrique Mellish, Daniel Joseph Nelson, Emily Phan, Anh Ngoc Poole, Yusef Rivera, Aimee Rosenbaum, Judith Shiffman, Daniel Thomas Wagner, Janna Marie 1999 Abbot, Frances Reyburn (Frankie) Auh, Eugene Benton, Scott Richard Eisenstadt, Leora F. Falcon, Angel Luis, Jr. Fromm, Juliette Erica Gonzalez-Altamirano, Julio Lee, Earl Andrew McBride, Webster Dean Medard, Wilodene Anastasia-Marie Murphy, Maiya Jane Petit, Charles J. Raborar, Farrah Ann Rashid, Tauheedah Scott, Shannon 2003 Archibong, Ime Cobbett, Ashley Feins, Eric Kelly, E. B. Lange, Jason Norris, Graham Pearce, James Schraufnagel, Billy (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) 2007 (NOT AVAILABLE)

1996 Crane, Monica Kim Flores, Israel Guckenberger, Virginia Walker Hahn, Albert Sanghyup Jackson, Kwame Addae Krishnamurthy, Preethi Malvestutto, Carlos Diego Mazurkiewicz, Tony Norton, Nadjwa Effat Laila Oda, Jonathan Francis Tadashi Okpokwasili, Okwuchukwu Addania Oppenheimer, Mark Edward Pipersburgh, Denise Joan Taylor, Clinton Watson Weintraub, Rebecca Lynn 2000 Anderson, Dargie Berrelez, Manuel Blake, Benjamin Borghese, Luca Charles, Anana Denit, Kelly Heikkila, Jennifer Hirway, Hrishikesh Hongo, Andrew Johnson, Ayanna Kirowski, John Lester, Sara Mizrahi, Celine Renan, Daphna Walker, Christopher 2004 Almy, Chad Ashraf, Sumeyya Burke, James Melniker, Sophie So, Perry Vitelli, Paul (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous) (anonymous)
2008 (NOT AVAILABLE)