Speakers 1890-1899

October 2, 1899 The Right Reverend John Lancaster Spalding, Bishop of Peoria, "The University and the Teacher"
July 1, 1899 The Honorable James Burrill Angell, LL.D., Ann Arbor, President of the University of Michigan, "The Old College and the New University"
April 1, 1899 The Reverend Henry van Dyke, Professor of English Literature, Princeton University, "Democracy and Culture"
January 4, 1899 The Honorable Carl Schurz, German revolutionary, former U.S. Senator and Union Major General in the Civil War, "American Imperialism"
October 17, 1898 The Reverend Alonzo Ketcham Parker, D.D., Attached to the University of Chicago, "The Firm Foundation of National Peace"
October 1, 1898 The Reverend Charles Cuthbert Hall, D.D., President of the Union Theological Seminary, New York, "Some Essential Elements of the True Academic Spirit"
August 2, 1898 Professor Gaston Bonet-Maury, D.D., Professor, the University of Paris, "The University of Paris"
July 1, 1898 The Honorable William L. Wilson, Lexington, Virginia, President of Washington and Lee University
April 1, 1898 William Knight, Professor, St. Andrews University, Scotland, "Poetry and Science: Their Affinities and Contrasts"
January 3, 1898 The Honorable James H. Eckels, Chicago, Ex-Comptroller of the Currency, "Public Leadership"
October 1, 1897 The Reverend Amory H. Bradford, D.D., Pastor of the First Congregational Church, Montclair, New Jersey, "The Unity of the World"
July 1, 1897 The Right Reverend John H. Vincent, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church and Chancellor of the Chautauqua System, "The Church and the University"
April 1, 1897 Her Excellency, The Countess of Aberdeen, Ottawa, Canada, "The University and its Effect Upon the Home"
January 1, 1897 Henry D. Estabrook, Regent of the University of Nebraska, "Lafayette"
October 1, 1896 Augustus H. Strong, D.D., LL.D., President, Rochester Theological Seminary, "Modern Tendencies in Theological Thought"
July 1, 1896 The Reverend George Adam Smith, D.D., Professor, Free Church College, Glasgow, "The Service of the Old Testament in the Education of the Race"
April 2, 1896 Prince Serge Wolkonsky, Prince of the Russian Empire, "Memory and Responsiveness as Instruments of Culture"
January 2, 1896 The Honorable William Eustis Russell, Former Governor of Massechusetts, "Individualism in Government - A Plea for Liberty"
October 1, 1895 Alexander Balmain Bruce, D.D., Minister, Free Church of Scotland, "The Future of Christianity"
July 1, 1895 Emil G. Hirsch, Ph.D., Professor of Rabbinical Literature and Philosophy, "The American University"
April 1, 1895 Chauncey M. Depew, LL.D., Regent of the University of the State of New York, "The Present: Its Opportunities and Perils"
January 2, 1895 Seth Low, LL.D., President of Columbia College, "The University and Its Relation to Questions of the Times"
October 1, 1894 The Reverend John Henry Barrows, D.D., Pastor, Chicago Presbyterian Church, "The Greatness of Religion"
July 2, 1894 Albert A. Michelson, Head Professor, "Light Waves and Their Uses"
April 3, 1894 John M. Coulter, President, Lake Forest University, "Some College Fallacies"
January 2, 1894 Ira Remsen, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry, The Johns Hopkins University, "The Chemical Laboratory"
October 2, 1893 Henry Drummond, D.D., Professor, Glasgow, Scotland, "Some Aspects of Evolution"
June 26, 1893 William Gardner Hale, A.B., Head Professor, "The Place of the University in American Life"
April 1, 1893 Thomas Chrowder Chamberlin, Ph.D., LL.D., Head Professor, "The Mission of the Scientific Spirit"
January 2, 1893 Hermann Edouard von Holst, Ph.D., Head Professor, "The Need of Universities in the United States"