Milwaukee Press Club Records, 1885-2014

Autographed Plaques

Name Subject Date Box Folder
Aaron, Billye Television Show Host; Wife of Hank Aaron 1975 September 6 57
Abert, Donald B. Board Chair of the Journal Company; Hall of Fame, 1984 1984 November 15 17 26
Abrahamson, Shirley S. Wisconsin State Supreme Court Justice Since 1976; Chief Justice Since 1996 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1997 January 23 28 18
Abzug, Bella United States Congressperson from New York; Author and Feminist [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1979 March 29 33 19
Ahlhauser, John Milwaukee Journal Photographer; Professor of Journalism; Hall of Fame, 1991 1983 October 24 57
Albright, Madeleine United States Secretary of State 2000 August 21 36 19
Aldridge, Lionel All-Pro Green Bay Packer Defensive End; WTMJ-TV Sportscaster [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1979 March 1 23 23
Algeo, Matthew Author: Harry Truman's Excellent Adventure: The True Story of a Great American Road Trip 2011 May 9 57
Allen, Robert Washington Merry-Go-Round Co-Author with Drew Pearson 1947 April 7 24 1
Allen, William Editor, National Geographic 2005 May 7 57
Alter, Jonathan Senior Editor, Newsweek 2010 August 19 57
Alvarez, Barry UW-Madison football coach, UW-Madison athletic director, headliner at the Press Club Gridiron 2013 2013 May 17 57
Ameche, Don Kenosha-Born Actor [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1982 May 21 34 7
Amundsen, Roald Polar Explorer; Completed Northeast Passage; Discovered South Pole in 1911 1913 February 8 47 1
Anderson, Bonnie Anchor, NBC News 1983 January 26 57
Angle, Jim National Public Radio Reporter 1984 October 24 57
Anubis unidentified undated 57
Arendt, Vern Chief Photographer, Ozaukee Press; Hall of Fame, 2008 2008 October 17 57
Armstrong, Louis (Satchmo) Jazz Musician and Composer [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1958 December 3 21 8
Arnett, Peter Associated Press Reporter; Sacred Cat Winner, 1973 1905 May 26 17 17
Arreola, Philip Chief of Police, City of Milwaukee 1989 November 15 57
Artison, Richard E. Milwaukee County Sheriff 1983 October 4 28 22
Ashley, Mark Press Club President, 1971 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 29 5
Ashworth, H. L. Press Club President, 1933 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 29 31
Aspin, Les Congressperson from Wisconsin; Headliner Award, 1991 1991 May 4 21 9
Aspin, Les Congressperson from Wisconsin; Headliner Award, 1991 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1972 February 12 24 19
Astin, John Actor 1974 March 15 57
Attlee, Lord Clement Prime Minister of Great Britain, 1945-1951 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1953 November 17 34 19
Aukofer, Frank Milwaukee Journal Washington Bureau Chief; President of the National Press Club 1979 February 7 33 8
Austin, Dorothy Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee Sentinel Reporter; Hall of Fame, 1985 1985 October 11 18 20
Austin, H. Russell Press Club President, 1947-1948; Hall of Fame, 1993 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] undated 29 15
Autry, Gene Singer, Actor, Broadcasting Executive [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1969 September 5 21 7
Bading, G. A. Mayor of Milwaukee, 1912-1916 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1941 January 31 33 30
Baldwin, Dave Founder/Owner, The Safe House Restaurant, Newsroom Pub, Milwaukee 2010, September 30 57
Bando, Sal Milwaukee Brewers Senior Vice-President for Baseball Operations, 1991-1999 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1991 November 22 23 8
Bargren, Paul Milwaukee Journal Reporter 1984 March 14 57
Barkin, Ben Public Relations Executive; Circus Parade Enthusiast; Headliner Award, 1983 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1978 May 24 17 14
Barkley, Alben W. United States Congressperson; Senator; Vice President, 1949-1953 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1952 October 16 22 9
Barrett, Tom United States Congressperson 1999 February 18 57
Barrett, Tom Mayor of Milwaukee 2004 April 7 57
Barrett, Tom United States Congressperson 1999 February 18 57
Bassett, Edward C. Dean of the Northwestern University School of Journalism 1984 October 15 57
Bateman, Robert Wildlife Artist 1990 July 16 31 7
Bede, J. Adam United States Congressperson from Minnesota, 1903-1909 1906 November 10 35
Benedict, Howard Reporter who Covered the Space Beat for the Associated Press for 31 Years 1986 November 6 31 8
Bengston, Phil Head Coach of the Green Bay Packers, 1968-1970 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1968 February 20 23 5
Bennett, Tony Singer and Entertainer [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1991 April 26 21 2
Benson, Charles C. Press Club Manager who Signed on his 75th and 90th Birthdays 1955 July 13 57
Benson, Charles C. Press Club Manager who Signed on his 75th and 90th Birthdays 1970 July 13 16 59
Benson, Clayborn WTMJ-TV 4 Photojournalist; Hall of Fame, 2008 2008 October 17 57
Benson, Ezra Taft United States Secretary of Agriculture, 1953-1961; President of the Mormon Church [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1958 June 6 36 1
Benson, John T. Unknown 1993 April 7 57
Berglund, Elizabeth Leader of Business-to-business and Technology Group of Hill and Knowlton-Chicago 2005 September 29 57
Bernhardt, Sarah French Actor [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1918 March 4
Bernstein, Carl Reporter/Author (part of Woodward-Bernstein Watergate Reporting Team) 2007 October 8 57
Bernstorff, J. German Ambassador to the United States, 1908-1917 1909 May 6 35
Bertolucci, Paolo Professional Tennis Player; Italian Davis Cup Captain 1998 September 22 57
Bischoff, Rosemary Owned Rosemary Bischoff Studios and Models Agency until 1978; Knight of Bohemia 1980 June 25 28 28
Bishop, Jim King Features Columnist; Author of Numerous Articles and Books 1960 June 2 28 2
Black, Bo Summerfest Director; Co-host the Don and Bo Show (Television) 2004 April 15 57
Black, Sue Milwaukee County director of Parks, Recreation and Culture; co-headliner 2012 2012 May 18 57
Blackstone, Harry, Jr. Magician and Illusionist [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1979 February 15 34 16
Blair, Bonnie Speed Skater; Winner of Five Olympic Gold Medals; Headliner Award, 1994 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1994 May 7 28 13
Bleier, Rocky Appleton Native; Played Running Back for the Pittsburgh Steelers [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1981 April 8 32 23
Bloch, David Tel Aviv Newspaper Reporter 1929 April 3 57
Bloch, Robert Author and Freelance Writer [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1987 April 21 15 18
Bloomberg, Michael CEO and Founder of Bloomberg LP; Sacred Cat Winner, 1997 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1997 May 10 15 15
Bloomberg, Michael CEO and Founder of Bloomberg LP; Sacred Cat Winner, 1997 1997 May 10 28 14
Blue, Monty Actor and Screenwriter 1962 February 13 57
Blumenfeld, Ralph D. Newspaper Reporter for the New York Evening Telegram; Editor-in-Chief, London Daily Express 1928 October 13 27 27
Boese, Gil Milwaukee County Zoo Director, 1980-1989 1988 May 19 28 27
Boettcher, Mike NBC News Correspondent who Covered the Persian Gulf War 1991 October 17 24 15
Bohn, John Mayor of Milwaukee, 1942-1948 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1946 January 31 33 29
Bolger, Michael Partner in Quarles & Brady Law Firm; Champion of Performing Arts 1988 May 7 17 12
Bong, Major Richard World War II Flying Ace Whose "Flying Knight" Squadron Shot Down 188 Japanese Planes; Received 26 Decorations During his Career [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1945 January 29 22 29
Borah, William E. United States Senator from Idaho, 1907-1940 1936 April 6 26 13
Borge, Victor Comedian, Pianist and Composer; Combines Musical Ability and Humor 1969 September 26 57
Borge, Victor Comedian, Pianist and Composer; Combines Musical Ability and Humor [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1956 May 17 21 27
Borgnine, Ernest Television and Film Actor; Appeared in The Dirty Dozen and The Wild Bunch; Won an Academy Award for Best Actor in Marty in 1955 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1989 July 14 25 19
Borgnine, Tova Actor; Married Ernest Borgnine in 1972; Has Her Own Tova Cosmetic Line 1989 July 14 28 26
Borowski, Greg Milwaukee Journal Sentinel City Hall Reporter; Book Author 2004 October 5 57
Boucher, H. A. (Red) Lieutenant Governor of Alaska 1973 June 22 57
Bourke-White, Margaret Photojournalist 1947 June 26 57
Bowman, Russell Author and Freelance Writer 2001 May 5 57
Boyle, Gerald P. Milwaukee Defense Attorney 1994 December 2 57
Bracken, Eddie Vaudeville Actor, Director, and Writer 1954 June 10 25 5
Bradley, Marvin Creator of the "Rex Morgan M. D." Comic Strip, Along with Nick Dallis and Frank Edgington 1954 December 9 22 6
Bradley, Omar Army General; Headed the United States Ground Troops in the 1944 Normandy Invasion [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1946 November 21 20 4
Brandenburg, Jim Freelance Photographer 1983 October 26 57
Brazile, Donna American Author, Educator and Political Pundit affiliated with the Democratic party; First African-American women to manage a presidential campaign. 2008 December 11 57
Breier, Harold Chief of Police, City of Milwaukee, 1964-1984 1976 April 14 19 3
Brenders, Carl Wildlife Artist 1994 September 11 28 8
Brennan, Jim Milwaukee City Attorney 1984 March 27 57
Brennan, Kitty 1st District Court of Appeals Judge 2010 April 24 57
Brenner, Elizabeth Publisher, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 2005 March 8 57
Briscoe, Robert Lord Mayor of Dublin 1957 April 4 27 19
Brockkausen, Tom WISN-TV and WISN radio journalist, City of Milwaukee cable TV, MPC Hall of Fame inductee 2013 57
Broder, David S. Washington Post Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist 2001 March 28 57
Brody, James Patrick Libel and Privacy Attorney 1978 March 15 57
Broker, William S. Press Club President, 1932 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1948 April 27 29 18
Broughton, Charles Editor and Publisher of the Sheboygan Press, 1907-1951 1946 August 23 57
Brown, Joe E. Actor in Musical Comedies 1957 January 24 34 28
Brown, Joe L. General Manager, Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Club (Son of Joe E. Brown) 1956 May 6 32 12
Brown, Raymond Attorney and Violinist 1985 April 9 57
Brown, William L. United States Marshal in Milwaukee, 1977-1981 1977 October 20 30 12
Bruce, William George Publisher [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1941 January 31 30 8
Bryan, William Jennings Democratic Populist Leader and Presidential Nominee; Secretary of State 1913-1915 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1899 April 13
Bryce, James British Jurist, Historian and Diplomat 1909 February 10 36
Brynner, Yul Actor, Producer, and Director; Famous for his Role as the King of Siam in The King and I [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1957 February 11 21 15
Buchwald, Art Syndicated Political Columnist; Won the Pulitzer in 1982; Sacred Cat Winner, 1991 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1991 May 4 22 1
Buck, Frank Hunter, Animal Collector, Lecturer and Author; Produced Films such as Bring 'em Back Alive 1941 January 7 20 8
Buck, Howard P. ("Cub") Football Tackle with the UW and Green Bay Packer Football Teams; Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame 1957 November 14 30 6
Buresh, Bernice Milwaukee Sentinel Reporter; Book Author 2004 October 22 57
Burgess, Robert Photographer 1984 October 25 57
Burmeistemko, Alexei N. Associate Professor at the University of Moscow 1977 February 17 27 26
Bury, Chris ABC News Correspondent 1989 October 20 57
Bush, Barbara Wife of Former President George Bush; Former First Lady [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1983 October 13 19 18
Bush, Jeb Florida Governor 1999-2007, in Milwaukee for speech at Medical College of Wisconsin 57
Butler, Gil VOA (Voice of America) Correspondent 1984 October 24 57
Byler, Kenneth String and Orchestra Director at Lawrence University 1978 October 22 57
Byrd, Richard E. Navy Admiral; Explorer of Both the North and South Poles [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1930 December 2, 1935 October 28 24 12
Canham, Erwin D. Editor-in-Chief, Christian Science Monitor, 1964-1975 1975 March 6 29 32
Cantor, Eddy Comedian in Musical Comedies [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1946 August 7 21 14
Capp, Al Cartoonist Who Created "Li'l Abner" in 1934 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1955 April 20 22 8
Carley, David Business and Civic Leader; Candidate for Wisconsin Governor 1978 August 17 30 26
Carlson, Richard Assistant Managing Editor of Denver Post 1983 October 25 57
Carnegie, Dale Lecturer, Author and Columnist; Wrote How to Win Friends and Influence People in 1936 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1945 February 23 24 5
Caron, Gary United States Navy Commander and World War II Hero 1978 March 3 57
Carpentier, Georges World Light Heavyweight Boxing Champion, 1920-1922 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1933 January 11 32 8
Carter, Jimmy Governor of Georgia, 1970-1976; United States President, 1977-1981 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1979 March 31 57
Carter, Jimmy United States President, 1977-1981; Governor of Georgia, 1970-1976 1979 March 31 19 19
Carter, Ken Stunt Driver 1977 August 31 58
Carter, Richard Milwaukee Journal Editorial Writer 1987 June 17 58
Caruso, Enrico Operatic Tenor; Starred at La Scala and the Metropolitan Opera [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1919 May 12 21 24
Cary, John Execuative Director of the MACC Fund, Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer; co-headliner 2012 2012 May 18 58
Casserly, John J. Editorial Writer for The Arizona Republic 1982 June 18 58
Casserly, John J. Editorial Writer for The Arizona Republic 1982 June 18 15 54
Catalane, Catherine WTMJ Radio Traffic Reporter; Wife of Chris Bury 1989 October 20 58
Cattoi, Louise Milwaukee Journal Reporter; Hall of Fame, 1980 1980 July 9 18 21
Cerf, Bennett Book Publisher; Founded Random House in 1925 1949 May 26 24 4
Chaliapin, Boris Painter, Best Known for Time Magazine Covers 1967 February 10 31 4
Chamberlin, Clarence D. American Aviator; Record Non-Stop Flight, New York to Germany, 1927 1924 June 24 27 23
Chennault, Anna China-Born Washington Correspondent; Airline Executive; Author and Lecturer 1969 January 5 58
Christian, George President Lyndon B. Johnson's Press Secretary, 1967-1969 1985 October 11 31 13
Clarenbach, Kathryn F. Co-Founder of National Organization for Women 1979 March 14 58
Clark, Tom Wisconsin Public Radio Personality 2004 May 8 58
Clarke, David A. Milwaukee County Sheriff 2003 November 19 58
Clary, L. Unknown 1994 September 3 28 9
Claus, Santa Unknown 2004 December 25 58
Cleary, Catherine B. CEO First Wisconsin Trust; Headliner Award, 1980 1980 April 13 17 4
Clifford, James Watertown Daily Times Publisher 2006 October 20 57
Clinton, William J. United States President, 1993-2001 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1996 May 23 45 5
Cochran, John NBC and ABC News Correspondent 1983 January 26 57
Cohen, Richard J. President of the Southern Poverty Law Center 2012 December 6 57
Cohen, Wilbur J. Assistant Secretary, Undersecretary and Secretary, Health, Education and Welfare, 1961-1969 1968 October 17 27 12
Coleman, Milton Deputy Managing Editor, Washington Post 2007 April 28 58
Connelly, "One Eye" Champion Gate-Crasher 1940 May 16 32 6
Considine, Bob Foreign Correspondent; Sports Writer 1955 January 21 25 3
Coogan, Jackie Film, Theater and Television Actor; Played Uncle Fester in The Addams Family [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1929 April 2 21 25
Cook, Frederick A. Physician; Arctic Explorer [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1908 April 21, 1909 October 10
Corbett, James Heavyweight Boxing Champion, 1892-1897 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1929 September 13 16 14
Corbett, James J. Heavyweight Boxing Champion, 1892-1897 1898 February 9, 1908 December 28
Corn, Jack Chair of National Press Photographers Association 1983 October 25 58
Courier, Jim Professional Tennis Player; Ranked Number One in the World; French Open Champion 1998 September 21 58
Cousins, William E. Archbishop of Milwaukee, 1959-1977 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1976 September 22 33 4
Cousteau, Jacques Undersea Explorer, Environmentalist and Television Personality; Won an Academy Award in 1946 for Le Monde Sans Soleil [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1976 August 24 20 6
Cousy, Bob Guard who Led the Boston Celtics to Six National Basketball Association Championships; MVP in 1957 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1981 July 8 24 22
Cox, James M. Democratic Candidate for President, 1920; Member of the House of Representatives 1920 September 4 26 10
Craft, Christine Television Anchor; Radio Talk Show Host; Author of Television News Discrimination Book 1983 October 31 58
Cronkite, Walter CBS News Anchor, 1962-1981; Sacred Cat Award, 1975 1960 April 4 58
Cronkite, Walter CBS News Anchor, 1962-1981; Sacred Cat Award, 1975 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1975 April 13 34 2
Cronyn, Hume Actor; Married to Actor Jessica Tandy [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1979 March 28
Cudahy, John United States Ambassador to a Variety of Countries 1935 September 14 30 13
Culbertson, Ely Author and Bridge Expert 1935 January 31 21 18
Culbertson, Josephine Author and Bridge Expert 1935 January 31 21 18
Curtis, Cyrus H. K. Founder and Publisher of the Ladies Home Journal; Publisher of the Saturday Evening Post 1918 January 31 35
Dadisman, Quincy Milwaukee Sentinel Reporter (covered Ed Gein case) 2006 October 58
Daley, Richard Mayor of Chicago 1987 January 8 58
Dallis, Nick Creator of the "Rex Morgan M. D." Comic Strip, Along with Marvin Bradley and Frank Edgington 1954 December 9 22 6
Dalseg, Trygve Norwegian Newspaper Publisher 1949 June 8 58
Darling, Alberta Wisconsin State Senator; Recall Election Candidate (survived) 2011 August 2 58
Daschle, Tom United States Senator from South Dakota and Senate Majority Leader 2001 July 16 36 21
Davidson, John Actor, Singer, and Former Guest Host on The Tonight Show [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1979 July 5 22 17
Davidson, Willie G. Harley-Davidson Inc. Vice President of Styling 2008 October 2 58
Davis, Bette Actor; Won Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Jezebel in 1939 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1978 October 8 25 4
Davis, Jeff "King of Hoboes of America, Emperor Hoboes of the World" 1940 May 16 27 1
Davis, Willie All-Pro Defensive End for the Green Bay Packers [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1981 April 26 23 20
Day, Dennis Singer and Actor 1972 March 17 27 6
Day, Roland B. Dane County District Attorney, 1949-1952; Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice unknown date 30 4
De Valera, Eamon President of Ireland, 1959-1973 1919 October 17 31 16
Dean, Dizzy St. Louis Cardinal Pitcher; MVP in 1934; Broadcaster, 1941-1957 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1934 October 16 24 21
DeFord, Frank Sports Reporter and Columnist at Sports Illustrated and NPR; Author; 2009 Sacred Cat winner 2008 September 16 58
DeLorenzo, Victor Drummer; Founder of Violent Femmes band 2004 January 29 58
Dembski, Barbara Reporter, Milwaukee Journal and Journal Sentinel; Senior Editor, Crossroads; First Woman listed on the masthead of the Journal Sentinel; Hall of Fame, 2009 2009 October 23 58
DeMille, Cecil B. Film Producer and Director of Seventy Films Including The Ten Commandments [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1949 August 9 25 16
Dempsey, Jack Heavyweight Boxing Champion, 1919-1926 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1950 April 17 15 11
Denton, Jack Actor; Franklin D. Roosevelt in Annie 1980 August 19 58
DePalma, Ralph Sportsman, Auto Racer; Indianapolis 500 Winner [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1937 November 19 32 13
Depp, Johnny Actor; Appearing in Milwaukee for the filming of Public Enemies 2008 June 6 58
Derleth, August Sauk City Native; Books about Wisconsin Include Walden West, and Sac Prairie People [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1946 October 10 20 24
Desmond, Humphrey E. Publisher and General Manager of the Catholic Herald; Hall of Fame, 1984 1984 November 15 17 25
Devine, Dan Head Coach and General Manager of the Green Bay Packers, 1971-1975 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1971 February 16 23 4
Dewey, Thomas E. Republican Candidate for President, 1948; Governor of New York, 1942-1954 1940 March 29 26 14
Dick, Ross M. Press Club President, 1949-1950 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1954 May 4 29 19
Distelhorst, Walter Press Club President, 1915 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1949 June 21 29 21
Ditzen, Walt Creator of "Fan Fare" Cartoon Strip 1950 February 15 25 13
DiUlio, Father Albert President of Marquette University 1990 November 15 58
Dobyns, Lloyd Author, Journalist and NBC News Reporter 1983 January 26 58
Dodd, Ed Creator of "Mark Trail" Cartoon Strip 1949 September 23 22 19
Doherty, Ray Press Club President, 1983; Hall of Fame, 1993 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1984 January 18 29 25
Dolan, Jo Founder of "The Harp" Bar, Milwaukee 1980 March 17 58
Dolan, Timothy Archbishop of Milwaukee 2002 September 19 58
Dole, Robert United States Senator from Kansas; Presidential Candidate in 1996 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1979 July 5 26 28
Donovan, William J. ("Wild Bill") Major General, United States Army, 1942; Congressional Medal of Honor Winner [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1942 April 22 31 9
Douglas, Melvyn Theater, Film, and Television Actor 1950 September 15 21 21
Douglas, Paul H. United States Senator from Illinois, 1948-1966 1964 October 9 16 64
Downing, Larry Newsweek Correspondent 1984 October 25 58
Doyle, James Wisconsin Attorney General 1992 October 30 58
Doyle, Jim Wisconsin Governor 2003 March 14 58
Doyne, John L. Milwaukee County Executive, 1960-1976 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1964 November 12 19 6
Dozier, Kimberly CBS News Correspondent injured by a roadside bombing in Iraq; 2008 Sacred Cat winner 2008 April 26 58
Drabinowicz, Rev. Frank Priest, Musician and Teacher; Press Club's Chaplain 1978 June 14 30 23
Dragisic, Susan CEO of United Way of Greater Milwaukee, co-headliner of Press Club's 2011 Gridiron Banquet 2011 May 7 58
Draper, W. F. Assistant Surgeon General, United States Public Health Service 1931 May 1 27 8
Dreicer, Maurice New York Gourmet 1952 October 8 58
Dressen, Charlie Manager of the Milwaukee Braves, 1960-1961; Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers; Detroit Tigers 1959 November 23 23 12
Drew, Mike Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Journalist [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1982 December 21 58
Drew, Mike Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Columnist 2010 October 29 45 142
Dreyfus, Lee Sherman Governor of Wisconsin, 1979-1983 1978 August 30 28 20
Dreyfus, Lee Sherman Governor of Wisconsin, 1979-1983 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1981 April 21 28 23
DuBlon, Jack Milwaukee Broadcaster; Voice of Albert the Alley Cat; Semi-Sacred Cat Winner, 1985 1985 October 11 18 22
Duesing, Dale Milwaukee Baritone with Metropolitan Opera Company 1980 April 11 58
Duke, Patty Actor; Won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for The Miracle Worker; Won Three Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe 1974 March 15 57 Found with Astin, John
Dunlevy, Mike Player for and Coach of the Milwaukee Bucks [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1992 September 25 23 21
Dunlop, Edna Johnson Reporter, Critic, Columnist; First Woman Assistant City Editor at Milwaukee Journal; Hall of Fame, 1986 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1959 September 14 18 25
Duren, Ryne Major League All-Star Pitcher; 1958 MVP 2006 August 11 58
Duricka, John Associated Press Washington Bureau Reporter 1984 October 25 58
Durkin, Martin United States Secretary of Labor, 1953-1957 1953 February 21 58
Duzan, Maria Jimena Journalist, Author, and Investigative Reporter of Drug Trafficking; Sacred Cat Winner, 1990 1990 May 5 58
Earl, Anthony Governor of Wisconsin, 1983-1987 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1986 July 22 26 22
Ebert, Roger Movie Reviewer; Sacred Cat Winner, 1985 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1985 April 21 17 13
Eddy, Nelson Singer and Actor; One-Half of the "Singing Sweets" with Jeanette MacDonald 1951 April 16 22 15
Edeson, Robert Actor, Theater and Films 1905 March 19 35
Edgington, Frank Creator of the "Rex Morgan M. D." Comic Strip, Along with Nick Dallis and Marvin Bradley 1954 December 9 22 6
Edwards, Cary Photojournalist and Chief Photographer, Channel 12; Milwaukee Media Hall of Fame inductee 2012 October 26 58
Einaudi, Luigi United States State Department, Director of the Office of Policy Planning, Public and Congressional Affairs 1979 March 26 58
Eisenhower, Milton S. President, Kansas State University, 1943-1950; Pennsylvania State University, 1950-1956; Johns Hopkins University, 1956-1967 1963 November 8 25 25
Eklund, Lawrence C. Reporter Who Started at Milwaukee Journal; Hall of Fame, 1990 1960 April 25 19 7
Eliot, Charles Author, Edited the Harvard Classics undated Location Unknown
Ellerbee, Linda Writer and Co-Anchor at NBC News; Sacred Cat Award, 1983 1983 April 24 20 13
Elliott, Herb World Mile Record, 3:54.5 1959 February 9 32 14
Embrey, George Columbus Dispatch Journalist 1984 October 25 58
Engeleiter, Susan State Representative; Youngest Woman (22) Elected to a State Legislature 1988 January 15 30 29
Engh, Rohn Author of Photography Books 1983 October 26 58
Ernst, John Milwaukee Restaurateur Who Started John Ernst Café in 1938 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1978 March 13 30 1
Evans, Chick Golfer and Writer; United States Amateur Champion, 1916 and 1920; United States Open Champion, 1916 1960 November 17 24 20
Evans, R. D. Author; Rear Admiral, United States Navy, Nicknamed "Fighting Bob" [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1909 February 9
Fadiman, Clifton Writer; Radio and Television Entertainer 1945 November 4 20 9
Fairly, Ron Major League Baseball Player and Broadcaster 2004 June 15 58
Fantle, David Photographer 2004 May 20 58
Farber, Myron NY Times Reporter Involved in Confidentiality of Sources Case 1979 February 7 58
Farley, James A. Postmaster General, United States, 1933-1940; Early Ally of Franklin D. Roosevelt 1937 June 27 26 25
Farris, Trueman E., Jr. Press Club President, 1965; Milwaukee Sentinel Managing Editor; Hall of Fame, 1989 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] undated 29 30
Fauber, John Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Reporter; Previously at Sentinel and the Business Journal; Knight of the Golden Quill 2012 September 25 58
Feingold, Russell D. United States Senator from Wisconsin [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1992 October 9 34 9
Feldmeyer, Scott J. Press Club President, 1984 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 29 7
Ferber, Edna Novelist and Dramatist; Works include Showboat, and Giant; Once a Milwaukee Journal Reporter; Pulitzer Prize for So Big, 1925; Hall of Fame, 1997 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1945 November 4 20 5
Ferguson, Francis E. Board Chair of Northwestern Mutual Life; Headliner Award, 1973 undated 17 3
Fernandez, Mario Wildlife Artist 1988 May 16 28 4
Fiedler, Arthur Conductor for the Boston Pops 1954 November 20 21 3
Field, Marshall Publisher of the Chicago Daily News; Board Chair of Field Enterprises Inc.; Famous for Marshall Field Stores [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1945 March 26 20 18
Finley, Daniel Milwaukee Public Museum President and CEO; Former Waukesha County Executive 2008 April 23 58
Fischer, Jo Creator of the "From 9 to 5" Comic Strip [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1958 February 18 22 11
Fischer, Kevin Press Club President, 1995-1996; WTMJ Radio Employee [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1997 September 24 16 66
Fisher, Dorothy Contralto, Left Milwaukee in 1953 to Study and Work in Italy 1977 March 9 25 24
Fitzgerald, Jim Owner of the Milwaukee Bucks and Later the Golden State Warriors [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1979 March 16 32 15
Fitzmaurice, Captain James C. Aviator; Flew with Hermann Kohl the First Successful East-to-West Transatlantic Flight, 1928 1928 May 13 27 20
Fitzsimonds, Roger Milwaukee Native; Chair and CEO of Firstar Corporation; Civic Activist; UWM Graduate; Headliner Award, 1999 1999 May 8 58
Fitzsimons, Brenda 2002 Eircell Vodafone Irish Press Photographer of the Year 2002 August 14 58
Fleming, Rhonda Actor in Films 1959 June 30 21 26
Flynn, Edward Milwaukee Police Chief 2007 November 29 59
Flynn, Matt Attorney with Quarles and Brady 1984 April 4 59
Forbes, Malcolm Editor and Chair of Forbes Magazine; Sacred Cat Winner, 1981 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1981 April 26 19 16
Ford, Gerald United States Congressperson from Michigan, 1949-1973; United States Vice President; United States President, 1974-1977 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1975 August 25 22 10
Ford, Leslie Novelist 1951 April 24 59
Ford, Phil Music and Comedy Entertainer 1977 March 10 59
Foss, Joe Governor of South Dakota, 1954-1959; American Football League Commissioner, 1959-1968 1957 March 29 26 3
Fox, Chappie Circus World Museum Director 1986 July 9 30 25
Frank, Reuven President of NBC News, 1968-1973; Sacred Cat Winner, 1979 1979 April 22 16 70
Franken, Al Emmy Award Winning Television Writer and Producer; Grammy Winning Comedian; Radio Host; Author 2005 December 6 59
Freeman, C. Dink Comedian with 11 Dialects 1978 May 5 59
Freeman, Orville Governor of Minnesota, 1955-1961, and United States Secretary of Agriculture, 1961-1969 1962 April 25 34 26
Freund, John C. Music Journalist and Editor, 1848-1924 1916 October 25 25 26
Fromstein, Mitchell Head of Manpower Inc.; Headliner Award, 1989 1989 May 6 17 1
Fuller, Howard Superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools 1991 June 14 28 11
Fullman, Milton President, Society of American Travel Writers 2005 59
Gallagher, Kathleen Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter and 2010 Puliltzer Prize winning team member; inducted as Knight of the Golden Quill 2011 September 22 59
Gallaher, Robert Editor of Green Bay Press Gazette 1980 September 10 59
Gambill, Jan-Michael Professional Tennis Player 1998 September 21 59
Gartner, Michael USA Today Columnist; Former President of NBC News [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1990 October 19 24 7
Garvey, Ed Attorney for the NFL League Players Union; Candidate for the United States Senate 1986 October 13 30 15
Gary, John Singer 1965 January 8 24 2
Gatty, Harold Aviator (Flew from Newfoundland to England, June 23-24, 1931 with Wiley Post) 1931 July 27 59
Gaudenzi, Andrea Professional Tennis Player 1998 September 22 59
Gault, William Campbell Author of Novels and Short Stories 1981 October 9 59
Gehrmann, Don University of Wisconsin Track Star; Three-Time All-American; Member of the 1948 Olympic Team; Charter Member of the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1991 August 5 23 2
Geisler, Jill Former news director, Channel 6; Poynter Institute senior faculty; Milwaukee Media Hall of Fame inductee 2012 October 26 59
Gergen, David Communications Advisor to Presidents Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Clinton 1985 November 9 32 3
Gernette, Howard Milwaukee Television Personality; Married to Rosemary Ross 1984 March 6 15 16
Geske, Janine Wisconsin State Supreme Court Justice, 1993+; Headliner Award, 1998 1998 May 9 19 30
Geske, Janine Wisconsin State Supreme Court Justice, 1993+; Headliner Award, 1998 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1994 December 2 34 11
Gibbon, Robert E. Unknown 1955 November 22 33 15
Gibbons, Floyd War Correspondent and Author; Wrote Account of the Sinking of the S.S. Laconia, on Which he was a Passenger 1933 January 7 25 22
Gibbons, James Cardinal Catholic Cardinal, 1886; Second American Cardinal [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1913 August 11
Gibson, Althea United States and Wimbledon Singles Tennis Champion in 1957-1958; Wimbledon Doubles Champ 1956-1958; First Black Player to Win the Titles [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1959 February 9 23 27
Gill, Norman N. Director of the Citizens' Governmental Research Bureau; Headliner Award, 1972 undated 33 1
Gillespie, Earl Sportscaster; First Voice of the Milwaukee Braves; Hall of Fame, 1986 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1986 November 6 33 11
Gillett, George N., Jr. Chair of the Gillett Group; Sacred Cat Winner, 1989 1989 May 6 16 71
Gimelstob, Justin Professional Tennis Player 1998 September 21 59
Gladfelter, Lloyd Press Club President, 1940-1943 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1960 November 30 29 1
Gladstone, Brooke Host and Managing Editor, National Public Radio, "On the Media" 2003 April 26 59
Glover, John D. Milwaukee FBI Chief 1979 April 23 59
Godin, Tawny Miss America 1976 1976 February 5 16 60
Godsey, Wayne Vice-President and General Manager of WISN Channel 12, Milwaukee 1984 May 16 59
Goldenberg, Charles Green Bay Packer; Restaurateur [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1985 June 20 19 2
Goldsmith, Christopher Poet and Short Story Writer 2001 May 5 59
Goldstein, Ruby Former Boxer and Referee 1955 December 7 59
Goldwater, Barry United States Senator, 1953-1964 and 1968-1987; Presidential Candidate, 1964 1962 June 23 59
Goldwater, Barry United States Senator, 1953-64 and 1968-1987; Presidential Candidate, 1964 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1959 June 12 25 2
Golombek, Dr. Dieter Editor of Politische Zeitung in Germany 1984 November 14 59
Gordon, David (Former) Director, Milwaukee Art Museum 2004 April 22 59
Gorin, Igor Czechoslovakian Baritone 1956 July 24 19 8
Gould, Whitney Reporter and Architecture Critic, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; Hall of Fame, 2008 2008 October 17 59
Gousha, Mike Reporter/Anchor WTMJ-TV 2006 September 7 59
Gousha, Richard P. Milwaukee Public School Superintendent, 1967-1975 1970 May 20 18 15
Graham, Fred Broadcast Journalist; Sacred Cat Winner, 1995 1995 May 13 34 4
Grammas, Alex Manager of the Milwaukee Brewers, 1976-1977 1976 May 3 22 18
Grant, Cary Theater and Film Actor; Received an Oscar for Lifetime Achievement in 1970 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1955 August 19 25 14
Grant, Harry Johnston Board Chair of the Milwaukee Journal; Hall of Fame, 1983 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1949 June 1 33 2
Grant, Jim "Mudcat" Major League pitcher; Co-author of 12 Black Aces 2006 August 11 59
Gray, Gilda Dancer with Ziegfield Follies 1928 May 8 21 12
Grebe, Michael President and CEO, Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation; Foley and Lardner Attorney and Managing Partner; General Counsel to the Republican National Committee; Milwaukee Press Club Gridiron Headliner 2009 April 24 59
Greenawalt, Carol Milwaukee Sentinel and White House Photo Editor 1983 October 24 59
Greenleaf, Ralph Billiards Champion 1920 February 28 59
Gregory, John G. Press Club President, 1897; First Secretary of the Press Club; Editor of the Evening Wisconsin [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1941 January 31 32 2
Grew, Joseph US Ambassador to Japan, 1931-1941 1943 June 14 59
Griggs, Ione Quimby Milwaukee Journal Advice Columnist for over Fifty Years; Hall of Fame, 1985 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1985 October 11 17 21
Grigoriev, Sergei Press Office Director for Gorbachev 1991 January 15 59
Gromme, Owen J. Wisconsin Artist for the Milwaukee Public Museum; His Art was the Basis for the 1945 Duck Stamp 1978 March 20 59
Gronouski, John A. Wisconsin Tax Commissioner; United States Postmaster General; Ambassador to Poland 1964 February 7 27 17
Groody, Bill White House Correspondent for Mutual Radio Network 1984 October 25 59
Groppi, Father James E. Former Milwaukee Priest; Civil Rights Activist [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1972 February 24 15 14
Gruber, Ruth Reporter and Author 1978 October 4 59
Guest, Edgar A. Author of Popular Verses and Humorous Sketches 1920 October 20 19 17
Gullikson, Tom Tennis Player and Coach; Captain of the United States Davis Cup Team 1998 September 21 59
Gurda, John Milwaukee Historian, columnist, author; inducted as Knight of Bohemia 2011 September 22 59
Haan, W. G. Major General, Artillery Corps, United States Army 1919 June 6 32 22
Hackett, James K. Actor and Theater Manager 1907 November 2 47 2
Hackett, Richard Vice-President of Marketing for the Milwaukee Brewers 1984 April 10 32 18
Haig, Alexander Decorated Army General; United States Secretary of State, 1981-1982 1984 October 26 24 24
Halifax, Earl of British Ambassador to United States, 1941-1946; Foreign Secretary, 1938-1940 1944 November 29 27 28
Hall, Elvajean Librarian; Historical and Travel Author 1978 May 13 31 6
Hall, Reed Executive Director, Marshfield Clinic; interim CEO, Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. 2013 July 17 59
Hanley, Daniel P. Jr. UPI, Milwaukee Journal reporter; Hall of Fame inductee 2013 (MPC Hall) 2013 October 25 59
Hanson, Charles WISN Radio Personality; Knight of Bohemia 1984 February 11 31 12
Hapgood, Norman Reporter, Drama Critic and Magazine Editor Best Known as the Editor of Collier's Weekly 1929 January 22 22 16
Harlan, Bob Retired Green Bay Packers President and CEO; Milwaukee Press Club Gridiron Headliner 2008 April 26 59
Harriman, Averell United States Ambassador to the Soviet Union, 1943-1946; Governor of New York, 1955-1958 1956 May 6 34 25
Harris, Charles Milwaukee Author and Publisher 1926 February 24 59
Harris, Del Coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, 1987-1991; General Manager of the Milwaukee Bucks [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1991 October 25 19 27
Harris, Fred R. Senator from Oklahoma, 1964-1973; Candidate for President 1975 September 10 26 24
Hassett, Paul E. President of Wisconsin Association of Manufacturers and Commerce; Headliner Award, 1984 1984 May 6 17 8
Haun, Thomas United Press International Reporter 1984 October 25 59
Hayt, Andrew Sports Illustrated Photographer 1985 October 24 59
Hearst, William Randolph Jr. Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1953 April 15 15 67
Heenan, Catherine WTMJ-TV Reporter 1988 February 6 59
Hegenberger, Albert Aviator who, with Lester J. Maitland, Flew the First Trans-Pacific Flight from California to Hawaii on June 28, 1927 1927 July 19 22 30
Hegerty, Nannette H. Milwaukee Police Chief 2003 November 25 59
Heinen, Tom Press Club President, 1990; Editor of Waukesha Journal [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1991 January 10 15 84
Henderson, Dion Press Club President, 1974-1975; Hall of Fame, 1985 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] undated 29 13
Henderson, Skitch Pianist and Band Leader on Radio and Television 1956 July 3 25 10
Hennesey, James Head of James Hennesey & Co., Makers of Cognac 1950 November 13 59
Herdegen, Lance Branch Manager, UPI Milwaukee; Author and Civil War Historian 2011 October 59
Herman, Woody Milwaukee-Born Clarinet and Saxophone Player 1975 January 24 21 19
Hermening, Kevin Oak Creek Native; Youngest of the Hostages in the United States Embassy in Iran, 1979 1983 October 12 27 5
Herndon, Hugh Flew from Tokyo to Wenatchee, Washington 1934 September 7 59
Hess, David Knight Ridder Reporter 1984 October 25 59
Heth, Edward Harris Author of Novels Depicting the German American Atmosphere of Milwaukee in the Past 1949 March 13 59
Higham, C. G. Member of British Parliament 1922 June 14 59
Hildegard Singer, Pianist, Entertainer [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1947 October 10
Hill, Perry C. Press Club President, 1953-1954 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 29 27
Hilliard, Robert Actor of Theater and Film undated
Hinckley, Gordon WTMJ Radio Personality and Show Host 2010 October 29 59
Hinshaw, Ed Broadcast Journalist 2002 May 30 59
Hinshaw, Edward Vice President of Human Resources for Journal Broadcast Group Inc.; Anchor, Reporter, Assignment Editor, Producer, Editorial Director and Manager of Public Affairs for WTMJ 1995 March 3 45 10
Hinton, Walter Navy Aviator; First Trans-Atlantic Flight on May 31,1919; First to use a Plane for Charting Maps of the Brazilian Jungles 1931 June 4 20 7
Hitchcock, Raymond American Actor 1929 February 9 25 11
Hoan, Daniel W. Mayor of Milwaukee, 1916-1940 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1940 April 11 33 25
Hodge, Charles ABC News Photographer 1984 October 25 59
Hoeksema, Tim President and CEO, Midwest Airlines 2005 November 9 59
Hoffer, Robert President of Wisconsin Gas Company 1981 May 13 18 10
Hoffman, Don Co-host the Don and Bo Show (Television) 2004 April 15 59
Hoffman, Mike Unknown 2004 59
Hoffman, Rear Admiral Roy F. Director of the Port of Milwaukee, 1978-1986 1905 June 7 30 21
Holand, Hjalmar J. Wisconsin Author of History of Door County 1961 January 16 60
Holm, Celeste Theater and Film Actor 1973 July 20 36 3
Holmgren, Mike Coach of the Green Bay Packers, 1994-1998; Headliner Award, 1996 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 23 18
Holt, Hamilton Editor of the The Independent; President Rollins College 1922 October 18 27 25
Hoover, Herbert United States President, 1929-1933 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1920 August 31 22 23
Hope, Bob Actor, Comedian, and Former Vaudeville Star; Recipient of Four Special Academy Awards [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1946 June 24 33 17
Hoppe, William F. Known as "Mr. Billiards" because he held 51 World Championships, 1906-1952 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1918 February 5 23 7
Hopper, DeWolf Entertainer and Comedian; Married to Hedda Hopper 1914 December 8 26 4
Hopper, Hedda Theater Actress; Gossip Columnist; Radio and Television Star; Married to DeWolf Hopper [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1941 September 15 22 21
Horton, Edward Everett Theater and Film Actor 1955 December 21 34 14
Howard, Cy Television Writer and Producer; Won an Award for Writing My Friend Irma 1949 March 30 22 3
Howard, Joseph E. Popular Music Composer; "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now" Attributed to Him 1933 May 18 31 11
Hubbard, Elbert Lecturer and Author 1900 June 26
Hubertus, Prinz Au Lowenstein Representative of Lowenstein, A Town in Wurttemberg-Baden, Germany 1959 June 11 27 18
Hughes, Charles E. United States Secretary of State, 1921-1925; Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, 1930-1941 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1916 September 20 22 22
Hummel, Manfred Editor of Suddeutsche Zeitung in Germany 1984 November 14 60
Humphrey, Hubert United States Senator and Presidential Candidate 1959 November 3 34 23
Huntley, Chet NBC News, 1955-1970 1968 April 3 60
Huston, Margo Milwaukee Journal Reporter; Won 1977 Pulitzer Prize for General Local Reporting [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1977 April 21 31 18
Infante, Lindy Coach of the Green Bay Packers 1988-1991; Headliner Award, 1990 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1990 May 5 23 11
Ingersoll, R. G. American Lawyer and Agnostic; Attorney General of Illinois, 1867-1869 undated 49 2
Irwin, Ronald L. WTMJ Radio Reporter; Press Club President, 1987 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1988 January 15 31 20
Isikoff, Michael Reporter on the Monica Lewinsky Scandal; Sacred Cat Award, 1999 1999 May 8 60
Jackson, Gwen Longtime Milwaukee Community Volunteer and Leader; Milwaukee Press Club Gridiron Headliner 2009 April 24 60
Jackson, Henry M. United States Congressperson and Senator, 1941-1983 1971 December 15 34 17
Jackson, Jesse Clergy, Politician, and Civic Leader; United States Presidential Candidate in 1984 and 1988 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1986 February 24 22 25
Jackson, Pat New Hampshire Public Relations Executive; President of Public Relations Society of America 1980 September 9 60
Jacobus, Chuck Milwaukee Banker and Businessperson 1981 May 13 60
Jagler, Steve Executive Editor Small Business Times/BizTimes Media, Milwaukee; Milwaukee Press Club President, 2006 2006 60
Janetzko, Werner J. Unknown 2003 February 28 60
Jansen, Daniel Olympic Speed Skating Gold Medallist; Headliner Award, 1994 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1994 May 7 34 13
Jarreau, Al Milwaukee Native Jazz Singer [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1970 October 14 21 20
Jeffery, Jayne Press Club President, 1989; Freelance Broadcaster [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1990 January 17 60
Jeffries, James J. World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, 1899-1905 1926 August 20 32 17
Jenkins, Ferguson Hall of Fame Pitcher, Chicago Cubs 2005 August 12 60
Jennings, Peter ABC News Anchor [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1986 December 11 24 13
Jensen, Dean Former Milwaukee Sentinel reporter, arts critic and author, art gallery owner; Milwaukee Media Hall of Fame inductee 2012 October 26 60
Jessel, Georgie Actor, Singer, Writer, Producer and Director 1962 December 3 21 23
Johanssen, Ingmar Heavyweight Boxing Champion, 1959-1960 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1960 January 29 32 29
Johnson, B. B. Baseball Player and Sportswriter; Organized, and President of, the American League [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1927 July 21 22 27
Johnson, Chuck Press Club President, 1972-1973; Hall of Fame, 1997 undated 29 4
Johnson, Chuck Press Club President, 1972-1973 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 29 26
Johnson, Howard Ole Chief of Police, City of Milwaukee, 1957-1964 1957 May 20 18 2
Johnson, Lyndon B. United States Congressperson, Senator, Vice-President, and President [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1963 May 4 25 9
Johnson, Mark Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter and 2010 Pulitzer Prize winning team member; inducted as Knight of the Golden Quill 2011 September 22 60
Johnson, Ron U.S. Senator (R-Wis) 2010 September 24 60
Johnson, Tim Professional Baseball Player, Milwaukee Brewers 1977 May 16 60
Johnston, James M. Milwaukee Sentinel Religion Editor; Hall of Fame, 1986 1986 November 6 17 24
Jones, Arthur Milwaukee Police Chief 2003 October 3 60
Jones, John Green Bay Packers President and CEO 2005 November 1 60
Jordan, Henry All-Pro Green Bay Packer Defensive Lineman; Director of Summerfest [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1970 October 21 23 19
Jordan, Lani United Press International Reporter 1984 October 25 60
Joseph, Paul WTMJ-TV 4 Meteorologist; Hall of Fame, 2008 2008 October 17 60
Judd, Walter H. United States Congressperson from Minnesota, 1943-1963 1943 September 2 33 7
Judge, Charles W. Sheriff of Nottingham, England 1971 May 6 27 24
Juretzo, Werner I. Executive Director, Midwest Chapter of the Cold War Museum 2003 February 28 60
Kahanamoku, Duke Olympic Swimmer; Champion Surfer; Sheriff of Honolulu, Hawaii 1955 September 27 18 4
Kaiser, Marty Milwaukee Journal Sentinel editor and senior VP; 2010 Press Club Gridiron co-headliner 2011 May 7 60
Kalisch, Stanley Journalist 1985 November 22 18 14
Kalwitz, John R. Milwaukee Alderperson and President of the Common Council 1984 May 30 60
Kaplow, Herbert ABC News Correspondent 1984 October 25 20 3
Karl, Max Founder of Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corp.; Headliner Award, 1982 1982 April 18 17 5
Karsh, Yousuf Professional Photographer from Canada 1952 October 20 60
Kasten, Bob United States Senator from Wisconsin [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1982 January ? 20 22
Kasten, George F. President and CEO of First Wisconsin National Bank; Headliner Award, 1958 undated 30 5
Keane, Bill Creator of the "Family Circus" Comic Strip [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1966 September 9 25 15
Keene, Francis B. Editorial Writer for the Milwaukee Journal and the Milwaukee Sentinel 1942 November 27 60
Kefauver, Estes United States Congressperson, 1939-1949, Senator, 1949-1963, and Vice-Presidential Candidate, 1956 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1951 June 23 34 3
Kelley, William F., S. J. President, Marquette University, 1962-1965 1962 October 24 30 19
Kelly, Walt Creator of the "Pogo" Comic Strip [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1966 September 20 22 2
Kennan, George Journalist; Assistant Manager, Associated Press, Washington, D.C. 1903 April 10 48 2
Kennan, George F. Ambassador to the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia 1950 May 5 31 5
Kennedy, John F. United States Senator from Massachusetts, 1953-1960; United States President, 1961-1963 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1959 April 9 33 21
Kenney, D. Raymond Press Club President, 1969; Hall of Fame, 1989 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1971 January 13 29 6
Keogh, Jerome Billiards Champion 1920 February 28 Location Unknown
Kerry, John US Senator and Presidential Candidate 2004 October 15 60
King, Steve Wisconsin Republican Chair 1988 April 21 60
Kissel, Leo Press Club President, 1978; Hall of Fame, 1984 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1979 January 10 29 24
Klein, Herb Editor, San Diego Union, 1959-1968; Prominent Supporter of Richard Nixon 1967 September 16 33 9
Kletzka, Gerald United States Congressperson from Wisconsin [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1984 March 14 34 9
Klifa, Joseph Mayor of Mulhouse, France 1982 July 14 60
Klisch, Jim Co-founder of Lakefront Brewery 2004 March 2 60
Klisch, Russell J. Co-founder of Lakefront Brewery 2004 March 12 60
Klug, Scott Investigative Reporter; United States Representative 1991 March 4 28 3
Knauth, Percy War Correspondent, New York Times; Author 1978 March 8 60
Knobloch, Richard A. West Allis Native; Flew a Bombing Raid over Tokyo on April 12, 1942 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1944 February 7 24 10
Knopf, Alfred Publisher of American Mercury Magazine; President of Alfred A. Knopf Publishing House 1961 July 13 17 29
Knowles, Warren P. Governor of Wisconsin, 1964-1971; Headliner Award, 1977 1970 April 15 26 16
Knowles, Warren P. Governor of Wisconsin, 1964-1971; Headliner Award, 1977 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1965 June 3 26 19
Knudsen, Rob Unknown 1913 February 8
Koch, Roland Governor of the German State of Hessen 2001 July 30 36 22
Koehl, Hermann German Aviator; Flew First Successful East-West Trans-Atlantic Flight 1928 May 13 18 11
Koehn, Albert Air Force Brigadier General; Commander of National Weather Service 1981 May 13 60
Kohl, Helmut Chancellor of Germany 1996 May 23 60
Kohl, Helmut Chancellor of Germany 1996 May 24 60
Kohl, Herb Former US Senator, Milwaukee Bucks owner, and dormer grocer/retailer. Knight of Bohemia 2013 September 19 60
Kohl, Herbert H. Owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, United States Senator, 1989+ [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1985 April 21 31 14
Kohl, Herbert H. Owner of the Milwaukee Bucks; United States Senator, 1989+ 1989 March 29 34 12
Kohler, Walter J. Governor of Wisconsin, 1929-1931; President of the Kohler Company, 1905-1937 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1928 July 10 27 11
Kohler, Walter J., Jr. Governor of Wisconsin, 1951-1956; Chair of the Bollrath Company [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1957 November 19 26 20
Kramer, Kent Devlin Former American football tight end in the NFL for San Francisco 49ers, New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings, and Philadelphia Eagles. Attended and played college football at University of Minnesota 2008 September 24 60
Krause, Marilyn Vice President of Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and past president of the Milwaukee Press Club 2010 April 24 60
Kress, Gordon A. President of Greater Milwaukee Open Golf Tournament 1989 July 14 60
Krieger, Samuel Mathematician 1935 April 8 60
Krikorian, Robert V. President of Rexnord Corp.; Headliner Award, 1976 1976 April 25 17 15
Krueger, J. J. Milwaukee City Treasurer, 1938-1976 1977 May 2 19 4
Krueger, Jack E. Press Club President, 1963; Hall of Fame, 1981 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] undated 29 17
Kubelik, Jan Czechoslovakian Violinist and Composer 1935 January 1 21 10
Kubly, Herbert Author of American in Italy, National Book Award Winner 1956 April 24 60
Kuehn, Harvey Manager of the Milwaukee Brewers, 1982-1983 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1954 February 1 23 10
Kuhn, Bowie Attorney and Commissioner of Baseball, 1969-1984 1970 January 19 23 14
Kupcinet, Irv Chicago Sun-Times Columnist; Commentator for the Chicago Bears; Sacred Cat Winner, 1977 1977 April 17 20 16
Kurtis, Bill Milwaukee Press Club Sacred Cat 2011, documentary host, producer, network news anchor 2011 May 7 60
Ladish, Mary Marketing Director for the Greater Milwaukee Committee 1989 January 17 32 21
LaDuke, Winona Harvard-educated Native American environmentalist; vice presidential running mate to Ralph Nader in 2004 2012 October 21 60
Laemmle, Carl Producer of Films; Headed Universal Pictures Corp. 1923 May 31 27 3
LaFollette, Bronson C. Attorney General of Wisconsin, 1964-1986 1966 March 9 30 11
LaFollette, Bronson C. Attorney General of Wisconsin, 1964-1986 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1985 October 11 33 6
LaFollette, Philip F. Governor of Wisconsin, 1931-1933 and 1935-1939 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1930 October 11 33 13
Lamb, Karen Milwaukee Medical College Professor; Wife of Milwaukee Mayor Henry Maier 1978 January 31 60
Landon, Alf M. Republican Candidate for President, 1936; Governor of Kansas, 1933-1937 1936 September 26 60
Langley, Grant Milwaukee City Attorney 1984 March 28 60
Lanier, Bob Milwaukee Bucks Center; NBA All-Star Seven Times [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1980 December 3 23 16
Lapine, Ray WTMJ-TV Photojournalist 2006 October 20 60
Larson, Lloyd G. Milwaukee Sentinel Sports Editor for 27 Years; Hall of Fame, 1983 1983 December 1 33 10
Lassiter, William United States Army Major General 1927 July 19 60
Latin, John Development Manager of Rockwell International 1985 April 12 60
Lauer, Matt NBC Today Show Co-Host; Sacred Cat Winner, 1998 1998 May 9 19 29
Lautenschlager, Peggy Wisconsin Attorney General 2006 September 6 60
Lawton, Barbara Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor 2005 November 1 60
Le Gallienne, Eva Actor; Founder of Civic Repertory Theater in New York 1955 November 28 25 27
Lee, Gypsy Rose Fan Dancer; Author; Subject of the 1963 Film Gypsy [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1941 March 13 21 16
Lehrer, Jim Co-Anchor of The MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour; Sacred Cat Winner, 1987 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1987 May 16 17 19
LeJeune, John A. Major General, Commandant United States Marine Corps 1928 May 4 33 14
Lenroot, Irvine United States Congressperson, Senator, and Federal Judge from Wisconsin 1920 August 31 61
Leonard, Benny Boxer; Lightweight Champion of the World, 1917-1924 1923 November 12 32 28
Leonard, Jerris Wisconsin Legislator; Administrator of Law Enforcement Assistance Administration 1971 May 18 60
Leonard, Richard H. Press Club President, 1964; Hall of Fame, 1986 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1965 January 13 29 2
Leonetti, Tommy Recording Artist of the 1940s and 1950s 1959 October 28 61
Leven, Jeremy CNN Beirut Bureau Chief; Kidnapped and Held for More than a Year Before Escaping 1986 April 29 31 23
Lewis, Anthony Reporter, Editorial Columnist and Author; Received Pulitzer Prizes for National Reporting in 1955 and 1963. 1985 November 9 19 10
Lewis, Homer I. Major General, United States Air Force 1974 November 20 31 19
Lewis, Robert Q. Actor and Master of Ceremonies 1960 January 28 22 12
Lewis, Ross A. Milwaukee Journal Cartoonist; Hall of Fame, 1986 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1967 November 29 17 22
Lewis, Ted Entertainer and Band Leader 1951 May 3 21 13
Lewisohn, Ludwig German Professor and Author 1934 November 7 61
Liberace Pianist from West Allis [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1951 April 14 19 12
Lieberman, Joseph United States Senator from Connecticut; Ran for Vice President in 2000 on the Democratic Ticket 2001 July 16 36 20
Lindbergh, Charles Aviator; Flew the First Solo Flight Across the Atlantic Ocean on May 20, 1927, in the "Spirit of St. Louis" [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1927 August 20 19 11
Lindbergh, Charles Aviator; Flew the First Solo Flight Across the Atlantic Ocean on May 20, 1927, in the "Spirit of St. Louis" 1927 August 20 19 11
Lindsey, Ben Judge, Lecturer, Philosopher; Founded Juvenile Court System 1928 March 14 61
Linkletter, Art Radio and Television Broadcaster; Author 1963 June 18 25 18
Lipton, Sir Thomas British Merchant (Lipton's Tea) and Yachtsperson; Competed in the America's Cup 1908 October 16 36
Listecki, Jerome 11th Archbishop of Milwaukee Roman Catholic Archdiocese 2010 March 8 61
Lloyd, Harold Film Star, Considered One of the Greatest of the Silent Comedians [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1949 November 17 34 15
Lochner, Louis Reporter, Lecturer, and Radio Commentator; Chief of the Associated Press Berlin Bureau, 1928-1942 1942 June 23 19 20
Lockhart, Joe Member of Walter Mondale's Campaign Staff 1984 October 25 61
Lockwood, George Milwaukee Journal Managing Editor; Educator 2004 October 22 61
Lodge, Henry Cabot United States Senator, Ambassador to Several Countries; Republican Candidate for Vice-President, 1960 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1960 October 21 26 26
Loewi, J. Victor Board Chair of Blunt, Ellis and Loewi, Inc.; Founder of Loewi and Company 1978 June 14 33 5
Lofton, James Wide Receiver for the Green Bay Packers, 1978-1987 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1983 February 23 32 10
Loftus, Tom State Representative, 1976-1990; Speaker of the Assembly, 1983-1990 1987 April 27 28 30
Logan, Laura Member of Walter Mondale's Campaign Staff 1984 October 25 61
Lombardi, Vince Coach of the Green Bay Packers, 1959-1967; Led the Team to Five NFL Championships and Two Super Bowl Victories [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1961 March 15 23 15
Longworth, Nicholas United States Congressperson, 1903-1913, 1915-1931; Speaker of the House, 1925-1931 1928 October 26 26 18
Lotelier, Isabel Morel Widow of the Former Chilean Ambassador to the United States 1987 March 25 31 22
Lovell, Capt. James A. One of the Three Astronauts Who Made the First Flight Around the Moon in 1968 Aboard Apollo 8; Headliner Award, 1969 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1966 February 23 22 7
Lowe, Mira Editor, Jet Magazine 2010 December 61
Lucey, Patrick J. Wisconsin Governor, 1971-1977; Ambassador to Mexico, 1977-1979 1979 March 26 61
Lucey, Patrick J. Wisconsin Governor, 1971-1977; Ambassador to Mexico, 1977-1979 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1971 January 19 26 9
Lucoff, Kenneth Milwaukee Native and ABC Producer 1979 October 16 33 12
Ludwig, Emil Author of Historical Biographies 1935 October 17 61
Luedtke, Kurt Detroit Newspaper Editor; Author of Absence of Malice 1982 February 16 61
Maass, David A. Minnesota Wildlife Artist; Won the Federal Duck Stamp Competition Twice 1980 November 23 31 25
Macal, Zdenek Music Director of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra 1988 June 3 28 24
MacArthur, Arthur United States Army Lieutenant General; Awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for Civil War Valor; Father of Douglas MacArthur [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1907 May 29
Macaulay, Richard Author 1934 December 13 61
Macha, Ken Milwaukee Brewers Manager 2009 June 10 61
Mack, Bill American Sculptor 1986 April 14 18 23
Mack, Connie Manager, Philadelphia Athletics, 1901-1950 1924 September 15 Location Unknown
MacWhite, Michael Irish Ambassador to United States, 1929-1937 1931 June 8 61
Mader, Gus Founder of Famous Milwaukee Restaurant 1977 June 8 16 56
Maersch, Stephan Reporter, copy editor, and headline writer: Sheboygan Press, Chicago Daily News, Milwaukee Journal, Melbourne Herald (Australia), Durban Daily News (South Africa); Hall of Fame inductee 2003 October 10 61
Maier, Henry W. Mayor of Milwaukee, 1960-1988 1971 January 28 61
Maier, Henry W. Mayor of Milwaukee, 1960-1988 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1964 January 29 33 28
Maier, Irwin Headed the Journal Company for 53 years; Hall of Fame, 1983; Headliner Award, 1963 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1977 December 14 17 27
Maitland, Lester J. Colonel, Wisconsin National Guard; First Trans-Pacific Flight [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1947 September 13 18 16
Maitland, Lester J. Colonel, Wisconsin National Guard; First Trans-Pacific Flight 1927 July 19 26 2
Maltzau, Ago Von German Diplomat; Ambassador to United States, 1925 1927 May 3 33 16
Mankowicz, Frank President of National Public Radio; Press Secretary to Senator Robert Kennedy 1980 February 13 26 5
Mann, Louis American Actor 1917 March 29 47 3
Mannes, Marya Magazine Writer 1962 April 3 61
Mantle, Mickey New York Outfielder; Won the Triple Crown in 1956 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1957 January 23 23 28
Maraniss, David Pulitzer Prize Winning Author and Journalist 2001 May 5 61
Marasco, Frank J. Cartoonist; Press Club President, 1955-1959; Hall of Fame, 1990 1960 November 11 61
Marasco, Frank J. Cartoonist; Press Club President, 1955-1959; Hall of Fame, 1990 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1960 November 11 29 9
Marcosson, Isaac Author and Columnist 1922 November 20 61
Marcus, Ben President and CEO of Marcus Corp.; Headliner Award, 1985 1985 April 21 16 68
Marcus, Steve President and CEO of Marcus Corp.; Headliner Award, 1985 1985 April 21 17 2
Margain, Hugo Mexican Ambassador to United States 1979 March 26 61
Markey, Ray Milwaukee City Clerk 1978 October 25 61
Marley, Lord Dudley Member, House of Lords 1934 February 21 61
Martin, Joseph W. Jr. United States Congressperson; Speaker of the House, 1947-1949 and 1953-1955 1947 September 24 34 20
Martin, Todd Professional Tennis Player 1998 September 21 61
Martino, Al Singer 1991 April 27 21 22
Mason, Arnold D. K. Vice President of Marshall Field & Co.; Headliner Award, 1975 1975 April 13 17 7
Mason, Debra Director, Center on Religion and the Professions, U of Missouri; Director, Religion Newswriters 2010 December 8 61
Mauldin, Bill Editorial Cartoonist Especially Noted for Work During World War II; Won Pulitzer Prizes in 1945 and 1959 1945 November 4 22 24
Mayo, Charles H. Surgeon; Co-Founder of Mayo Foundation 1928 July 24 61
McAdoo, W. G. Secretary of the Treasury, 1913-1918; Senator from California, 1933-1939 1917 May 18 35
McAlesse, Mary President of Ireland; Attorney; Former Television Journalist 2005 August 20 61
McBride, George Professional Baseball Player; Manager of the Washington Senators 1955 July 13 61
McCann, E. Michael Milwaukee County District Attorney 1994 December 2 61
McCann, E. Michael Milwaukee County District Attorney 1983 October 25 18 8
McCarthy, Eugene J. United States Senator from Minnesota, 1959-1971; Presidential Candidate, 1968, 1972, 1976 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1958 November 14 27 14
McCarthy, Joseph R. United States Senator from Wisconsin, 1946-1957 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1957 March 17 28 19
McCloone, Jim Founder and Publisher of Lake County Publications; Hall of Fame, 2008 2008 October 17 61
McCloy, Helen Author of Mystery and Suspense Novels 1981 October 9 61
McCormick, Mike General Manager, WTMJ TV and Radio; Senior VP, Journal Co. 2004 October 22 61
McCrea, Basil Northern Ireland Assemblyman 2010 August 19 61
McCullough, John E. Anchor at WTMJ for 22 Years; Producer of Documentaries; Hall of Fame, 1990 1989 February 28 32 5
McCutcheon, John T. Chicago Cartoonist, Noted for Cartoons of Mid-Western Rural Life 1904 March 1 49 3
McDonald, Donald Dean of Marquette University College of Journalism 1984 June 22 61
McDougall, Angus Milwaukee Journal Photographer; Professor of Journalism 1983 October 25 61
McGee, Frank NBC News Commentator; Host of Monitor and Here and Now 1969 April 1 23 13
McGraw, Harold Whittlesey, Jr. McGraw-Hill Publishing Executive 1989 September 20 61
McGuire, Al Marquette University Basketball Coach; Led Marquette to Their Only National Title [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1975 November 12 22 26
McHugh, Frank Comedian and Actor 1956 May 18 19 21
McMurrin, Lee R. Superintendent of Milwaukee Public School System 1975 September 16 30 24
McMurrin, Lee R. Superintendent of Milwaukee Public School System 1983 October 18 32 16
McNeer, Charles President and CEO of Wisconsin Electric Power Co.; Headliner Award, 1986 1981 May 13 61
McNeer, Charles President and CEO of Wisconsin Electric Power Co.; Headliner Award, 1986 1986 May 3 17 9
McNeill, Don Breakfast Club Radio Show Host; Television Master of Ceremonies; Graduated from Marquette University, 1930; Milwaukee Sentinel Radio Editor, 1940-1941 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1954 October 22 20 20
Mei, Bai-quan Chinese Visitor 1978 February 8 33 20
Meissner, Jim Creative Director at Milwaukee Advertising Agencies; Founder of Color Ink in Sussex 2005 May 15 61
Melchior, Lauritz Metropolitan Opera Tenor 1947 December 4 36 4
Metcalf, Mark Actor 2003 April 26 61
Metcalfe, James Author of Portraits 1949 March 18 22 31
Meyer, William Photojournalist, Milwaukee Journal; Hall of Fame, 2009 2009 October 23 61
Miklaszewski, Jim Correspondent for NBC News 2004 May 8 61
Miles, Nelson A. Lieutenant General, United States Army; Congressional Medal of Honor, 1866 1904 November 3 48 4
Miller, Frederick G. President, Miller Brewing Company [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1905 May 7 30 3
Miller, Mike Television Reporter/Anchor, Channels 4, 6, and 12 2011 October 28 61
Milwaukee Braves Plaque Signed By: Joe Adcock, Vern Bickford, Bill Bruton, Bob Buhl, Lou Burdette, Paul Burris, Dave Cole, Del Crandall, George Crowe, Jack Dittmer, Sid Gordon, Frank Leary, Don Liddle, Johnny Logan, Ed Mathews, Andy Pafko, Jim Pendleton, Charles B. Perini, Joe Perini, Lou Perini, John Quinn, Bob Sharpe, Sibby Sista, Warren Spahn, Ebba St. Claire, Joe Taylor, Murray W. Wall, Bucky Walters, Jim Wilson, George Young [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1953 April 8
Milwaukee Brewers Plaque Signed By: Max Alvis, Dave Bristol, Ron Canniff, Judge Bob Cannon, Tom Ferguson, Edmund Fitzgerald, Mike Hegan, Ted Kubiak, Skip Lockwood, Bob Locker, Dick Hackett, Roy McMillan, Jerry McNertney, Bob Meyer, Jackie Moore, Dan O'Neill, Gabe Paul Jr., Phil Roof, Curt Rayer, Bud Selig, Russ Snyder, Wes Stock, Bob Sullivan [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1970 May 17
Minow, Newton Chair of the Federal Communications Commission, 1961-1963 1962 May 4 24 11
Mint, F. Franklin Unknown 1963 July 7 30 2
Mitchard, Jacquelyn Author; Headliner Award, 1997 1997 May 10 28 17
Mitchell, James P. Secretary of Labor, 1953-1961 1958 October 30 26 12
Mobley, Mary Ann Miss America, 1959; Television Actor and Personality 1959 February 24 61
Molling, Janet & Ray Owners of Lottie's Letter Service; Creditors to the Milwaukee Press Club 1984 March 14 61
Mondale, Walter (Fritz) United States Senator and Presidential Candidate, 1984 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1984 October 25 34 22
Money, Don Professional Baseball Player for the Milwaukee Brewers [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1977 May 16 23 1
Monroe, Vaughn Singer, Band Leader 1950 March 30 31 28
Moore, Acel Philadelphia Enquirer Journalist; Pulitzer Prize Winner 1981 March 15 61
Moore, Gwen U.S. Representative, Congresswomen, 5th Wisconsin District, Milwaukee 2009 August 28 61
Morgan, Dennis Actor and Singer Famous for Role in Showboat 1963 October 15 25 17
Morris, Edmund Author of Theodore Roosevelt biographies 2002 October 8 61
Morris, William Federal Duck Stamp Artist 1984 September 16 61
Morse, Wayne United States Senator from Oregon, 1945-1969 1959 October 8 27 16
Morton, Azie Taylor United States Treasurer, 1977-1981 1978 December 12 61
Mudd, Susan Director of Citizens for a Better Environment; Wife of Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist 1989 June 9 28 29
Mueller, Gene 2013 October 25 Milwaukee Radio Personality, WKTI, WTMJ, WQFM Hall of Fame inductee 2013 61
Mueller, H. Carl Owner, Mueller Communications; former Sentinel reporter; Press Club treasurer; Knight of Bohemia 2012 September 25 61
Murphy, Mark Green Bay Packers President 2008 February 27 61
Musial, Stan Professional Baseball Player for the St. Louis Cardinals, 1941-1963; Won Seven National League Batting Titles; MVP Three Times [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1964 January 19 23 22
Mykleby, Kathy WISN-TV 12 news anchor; 2010 club president 2011 September 22 61
Nader, Ralph Presidential Candidate (Reform Party, Green Party) 2004 August 15 61
Nargiso, Diego Professional Tennis Player 1998 September 22 61
Nash, Ogden American Writer, Known for Humorous Verse [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1953 May 10 19 26
Nason, Bruce W. WITI-TV 6 photojournalist 2003 October 10 61
Neblett, Carol Soprano; Married to Milwaukee Symphony Conductor Kenneth Schermerhorn 1977 March 25 18 26
Neelen, Harvey Circuit Court Judge for Milwaukee County 1957 October 31 61
Neff, Francine United States Treasurer, 1974-1977 1975 December 11 61
Nelson, "Battling" Lightweight Boxing Champion, 1908-1910 1939 November 2 32 24
Nelson, Don Coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, 1976-1987 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1983 October 26 19 28
Nelson, Gaylord United States Senator, 1963; Governor of Wisconsin, 1958-1962 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1959 January 17 26 8
Nelson, Jim Deputy business editor, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; Press Club president 2011 2012 May 18 62
Nelson, Lars-Erik New York Daily News Reporter 1984 October 24 62
Nelson, Mark Dallas Morning News Journalist 1984 October 24 62
Nessen, Ron President Gerald Ford's Press Secretary, 1974-1976 1985 October 11 18 27
Neuharth, Al Built the Gannett Company into the Biggest United States Newspaper Chain; Started USA Today 1980 March 26 20 2
Neumann, Mark Former U.S. Congressman and candidate for Wisconsin Governor 2010 April 21 62
Newman, Edwin Columnist, Author and Former NBC News Reporter 1985 November 8 20 19
Niehaus, Dave Sportscaster, Voice of the Mariners 2004 June 15 62
Niles, David G. Editor of Small Business Times of Milwaukee 2001 September 20 62
Noble, Brian Linebacker for the Green Bay Packers [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1993 February 17 23 25
Noel-Baker, Phillip British Politician and Author; Won Nobel Peace Prize 1960 May 9 62
Nolan, Bob South Milwaukee Dentist and Congressional Candidate 1984 March 14 62
Nord, Gloria Star of the Roller Skating Group "The Skating Vanities" 1949 October 13 16 57
Nordland, Gerald Milwaukee Art Center Director, 1977-1985 1978 February 21 30 16
Norman, Irene Staff Member of the Berlin Bureau of the Associated Press 1942 June 26 64 Located under Steinkopf, Alvin
Norquist, John O. Mayor of Milwaukee, 1988+ [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1988 April 27 33 24
Nurock, Robert Investment Advisor and Author 1984 November 10 62
Obama, Barack U.S. President 2007 April 16 62
O'Brien, Neil Black-Face Comedian 1929 September 13 62
O'Brien, Pat Milwaukee-Born Actor; Star of Many Films 1931 April 27 62
O'Brien, Pat Milwaukee-Born Actor; Star of Many Films [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1956 May 11 25 8
O'Connor, Donald Actor; Dancer; Starred in the Francis the Talking Mule Films in the 1950s [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1974 May 10 24 29
O'Donnel, Emmet Brigadier General, Commanded Pacific Air Force 1946 August 1 62
O'Donnell, William Milwaukee County Executive, 1976-1988 1989 January 19 18 17
Ojeda, Carlos D. Mexican Consul General for the Midwest 1979 March 26 62
O'Konski, Alvin E. United States Congressperson from Wisconsin, 1943-1972 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1957 June 10 27 9
Olsyzk, Arthur WTMJ Radio News Editor; Marquette University Professor 1987 October 22 17 23
O'Neil, Kitty Race-Car Driver; Stuntperson for the Movies 1977 August 31 31 3
O'Neil, Robert M. President of the University of Wisconsin System, 1980-1985 1981 January 20 30 14
O'Neill, Kevin Marquette University Basketball Coach 1989 April 21 28 21
O'Ryan, John F. Major General, United States Army; Commanded 27th Division in France, 1917-1919 1925 November 12 32 25
Osbourn, Chase S. Milwaukee Journalist; Governor of Michigan, 1911-1913; Hall of Fame, 1984 1927 March 26 26 1
O'Sullivan, Jeremiah L. Milwaukee Sentinel Reporter and City Editor; Dean of Marquette College of Journalism; Hall of Fame, 1982 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1976 October 17 15 79
O'Sullivan, Jeremiah L. Milwaukee Sentinel Reporter and City Editor; Dean of Marquette School of Journalism; Hall of Fame, 1982 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1976 October 17 18 13
Otto, Jean Milwaukee Journal Op-Ed Editor; First Female National President of Society of Professional Journalists; Hall of Fame, 1992 1979 December 11 62
Otwell, Ralph M. Editor of Chicago Sun Times; President of the Society of Professional Journalists 1974 February 19 62
Pabst, August, Jr. Executive Vice-President of Pabst Brewing Company 1980 October 2 30 22
Pabst, Fred Chair, Pabst Brewing Company, 1939-1954 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1949 March 8 30 7
Packard, Vance Author, The Hidden Persuaders and Other Books 1958 February 27 32 9
Page, Clarence Journalist and Columnist, Chicago Tribune; Pulitzer Prize winner; Occasional TV Pundit 2009 February 4 62
Palisek, Jack Milwaukee Area Attorney and Civic Leader 2001 May 5 62
Parker, Frank Milwaukee Area Tennis Champion 1949 October 27 36 17
Parkinson, George A. Director of the Milwaukee Area Technical College; Headliner Award, 1968 undated 30 17
Pasch, Sandy Wisconsin State Assembly representative and Wisconsin Senate candidate in recall against Alberta Darling (who retained her seat) 2011 August 1 62
Paster, Dr. Zorba Host of Radio Show Zorba Paster on Your Health 2004 May 8 62
Paul, Les Waukesha-Born Musician; Inventor of the Electric Guitar [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1990 February 8 34 6
Payette, W. C. President of United Features Syndicate; National President Sigma Delta Chi 1973 April 17 62
Payne, Henry C. United States Postmaster General, 1902-1904 1902 January 9 26 6
Peary, Richard E. Arctic Explorer; Reached North Pole in 1909 on Third Attempt undated Location Unknown
Peck, Jim Game Show Host; TV Talk Show Host; Radio Talk Show Host 2010 October 29 62
Pedretti, Julie Children's Hospital communications; Press Club board; Knight of Bohemia 2012 September 25 62
Peerce, Jan Operatic Tenor 1976 October 11 36 2
Peterkiewicz, Jerzy Polish-Born, Poet and Author 1981 September 24 62
Peterkin, Robert S. Superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools, 1988-1991 1988 October 28 32 20
Peterson, Charles C. Billiards Trick Shot Artist 1918 February 5 62
Petrakis, Harry Mark Polish-Born Poet and Editor 1977 January 24 33 22
Pettit, Jane B. Jane and Lloyd Pettit Foundation, Inc., Milwaukee; Headliner Award, 1993 1993 May 8 62
Pettit, Jane B. Jane and Lloyd Pettit Foundation, Inc., Milwaukee; Headliner Award, 1993 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1993 May 8 28 7
Pettit, Lloyd Jane and Lloyd Pettit Foundation, Inc., Milwaukee; Headliner Award, 1993 1993 May 8 62
Pettit, Lloyd Jane and Lloyd Pettit Foundation, Inc., Milwaukee; Headliner Award, 1993 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1993 May 8 28 7
Pfarrer, Don Milwaukee Journal Reporter 1984 February 29 62
Phillips, Vel Milwaukee Alderperson 1972 March 11 19 1
Piccard, A. Swiss Physicist; Known for his Balloon Ascents into the Stratosphere, 1931-1932 1933 February 14 19 14
Pietrangeli, Nicola Professional Tennis Player 1998 September 24 62
Pilarz, Fr. Scott, SJ President, Marquette University 2011 October 14 62
Pimentel, O. Ricardo Editor of the Editorial Pages, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 2004 August 18 62
Pitrof, George A. Milwaukee Newspaper Police Reporter 1974 April 24 18 7
Pitts, Elijah Green Bay Packer Running Back, 1961-1969 and 1971 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1969 April 15 23 29
Pitts, Leonard Jr. Columnist, Miami Herald; 2010 Sacred Cat winner 2010 April 24 62
Polcyn, John W. Police Chief, City of Milwaukee, 1946-1957 1946 January 14 18 3
Pollack, Channing Playwright, Novelist and Drama Critic; Works Include The House Beautiful and The Fool [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1931 November 17 20 27
Pollard, George Milwaukee Artist and Illustrator; Official Team Artist for the Milwaukee Bucks 1997 May 18 28 15
Popuch, Hyman D. Milwaukee Events Promoter 1977 June 22 62
Porter, Gary Milwaukee Journal Sentinel photographer and 2010 Pulitzer Prize winning team member; inducted as Knight of the Golden Quill 2011 September 22 62
Post, Wiley Aviator (Flew from Newfoundland to England, June 23-24, 1931 with Harold Gatty) 1931 July 27 59 Found under Gatty, Harold
Potos, Andrew P. WITI-TV 6 General Manager; Hall of Fame, 2009 2009 October 23 62
Powers, Gary Francis, Jr. Founder, Cold War Museum, Fairfax, Virginia; Son of Downed U2 pilot Francis Gary Powers 2003 February 28 62
Powers, Shorty The Original Voice of the Astronauts at Mercury Control 1974 June 20 22 28
Pozzi, Gianluca Professional Tennis Player; Italian Davis Cup Member 1998 September 22 62
Pratt, Marvin Milwaukee Alderman and Common Council President 2003 January 30 62
Preisendanz, Dan CBS News Correspondent 1984 October 25 62
Premack, John Photographer 1983 October 24 62
Priest, Ivy Baker Treasurer of the United States, 1953-1961 1955 September 23 34 24
Proxmire, William United States Senator from Wisconsin [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1957 October 15 26 27
Quadracci, Betty 2012 Milwaukee Media Hall of Fame inductee, founder and publisher of Milwaukee Magazine 2012 October 26 62
Raasch, J. C. Architect; Designer of Milwaukee Press Club Office 1985 July 16 62
Radtke, Lorraine Milwaukee Sentinel State Editor; Milwaukee Press Club Manager, 1983-1987 1987 November 19 30 18
Rand, Tamara Beverly Hills Hypnotist, Psychic, Clairvoyant, Palmist and Author 1976 June 4 62
Ratzsch, Helen Wife of Karl Ratzsch, Sr. 1977 June 8 30 28
Ratzsch, Karl, Jr. Son of Helen and Karl Ratzsch; Ran the Family's Restaurant 1977 September 14 30 27
Raymond, Gene Theater and Film Actor; Composer [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1962 October 16 25 21
Raymonds, Hank Marquette University Basketball Coach, 1977-1983 1977 October 12 23 3
Raynor, John P., S. J. President, Marquette University; Headliner Award, 1974 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1965 September 21 32 19
Read, Opie Author; Lecturer; Humorist 1909 November 12 36
Reed, T. Murray City Editor for the Milwaukee Journal 1949 June 1 62
Reedy, George Journalist, Author; President Lyndon Johnson's Press Secretary, 1964-1965; Dean of Marquette School of Journalism; Hall of Fame, 1991 1985 October 11 16 62
Reedy, George Journalist, Author; President Lyndon Johnson's Press Secretary, 1964-1965; Dean of Marquette School of Journalism; Hall of Fame, 1991 1985 November 9 31 17
Rehnquist, William H. Milwaukee Native; United States Supreme Court Justice, 1972+; Chief Justice, 1986+ [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1976 September 20 22 20
Reifenberg, Jan Correspondent for Allegemein Zeitung of Frankfurt, West Germany 1978 November 16 27 22
Reitman, Bob Milwaukee Radio Personality, WUWM, WKTI, WFMF, WAWA, WTOS, WQFM; Hall of Fame inductee 2013 2013 October 25 62
Remey, Oliver E. Press Club President, 1908-1909 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1947 August 1 31 24
Rennebohm, Oscar Governor of Wisconsin, 1947-1951 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1949 May 19 27 15
Resler, Jerry Reporter and Editor, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 2010 October 29 62
Reuss, Henry S. United States Congressperson from Wisconsin [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1970 October 21 26 23
Reuther, Walter P. President, United Auto Workers; President, C.I.O., 1952-1970 1949 July 15 31 2
Reynolds, E.C. (Epluribus) Photojournalist, WISN-TV 2011, October 28 62
Reynolds, John W. Governor of Wisconsin, 1963-1965; Wisconsin State Attorney General, 1959-1963 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 2000 April 26 29 36
Ribicoff, Abe Governor of Connecticut, 1955-1961; United States Secretary of Health, Education & Welfare, 1961-1962 1960 March 2 21 1
Richter, Pat University of Wisconsin Athletic Director; Headliner Award, 1994 1990 March 1 62
Richter, Pat University of Wisconsin Athletic Director; Headliner Award, 1994 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1994 May 7 28 5
Rickenbacker, Eddie Auto Racer and Combat Pilot; Credited with 69 Air Victories in World War I; Awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1919 May 24 24 9
Riesel, Victor Newspaper Labor Columnist Blinded in a 1956 Attack by Gangsters 1959 May 26 16 54
Riesel, Victor Newspaper Labor Columnist Blinded in a 1956 Attack by Gangsters 1956 October 4 24 3
Riley, James W. American Poet; The "Poet Laureate of Democracy" 1900 October 26 Location Unknown
Riordan, Robert J. Milwaukee Sentinel Reporter and Columnist; Hall of Fame, 1985 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1985 October 11 18 19
Ritchie, Brian Bassist for the Violent Femmes 2005 February 5 62
Roberts, Cokie 2013 Milwaukee Press Club Sacred Cat, political commentator for ABC News and political analyst for National Public Radio 2013 May 17 62
Roberts, F. H. Captain, United States Navy; Commanded the U.S.S. Milwaukee 1933 November 2 32 26
Robertson, Oscar All-Star Basketball Player with the Cincinnati Royals and Milwaukee Bucks 1975 January 21 19 22
Robertson, Oscar All-Star Basketball Player with the Cincinnati Royals and Milwaukee Bucks [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1975 January 21 23 26
Robinson, Max Anchor for ABC-TV's World News Tonight; Sacred Cat Winner, 1982 1982 April 18 20 26
Robinson, Sonya Miss Black America 1983 September 29 62
Robson, Stuart American Actor, Comedian 1902 April 15 49 1
Rockefeller, Nelson Governor of New York, 1958-1973, and United States Vice President, 1974-1977 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1963 March ? 25 6
Roemheld, Heinz Symphony Conductor 1971 November ? 21 11
Roesslein, Kenneth Press Club President, 1991; Reporter for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1992 January 17 62
Roesslein, Kenneth Press Club President, 1991; Reporter for the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel 1992 January 17 28 12
Rogers, Sherman Unknown 1922 February 9 62
Romero, Cesar Actor [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1949 May 19 21 17
Romney, George Governor of Michigan, 1963-1969; Secretary, Housing and Urban Development, 1969-1972; President, American Motors Corp., 1954-1962 1960 April 19 24 23
Romney, Mitt 2012 presidential candidate, former governor of Massachusetts, businessman 2012 November 2 63
Romulo, Carlos Reporter for the Philippines Herald; Won the 1942 Pulitzer Prize for Correspondence; Philippine Ambassador to the United States 1955 May 25 20 14
Roosevelt, David B. Grandson of Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt; Author; Executive Director of the Neatherland-America Foundation 2003 October 20 63
Roosevelt, Eleanor Lecturer, Writer, United Nations Representative; Wife of Franklin D. Roosevelt [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1949 May 27 34 18
Roosevelt, Franklin D. United States President; Governor of New York 1920 August 12 63
Roosevelt, Franklin D. United States President; Governor of New York [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1932 September 30 34 21
Roosevelt, Theodore United States President, 1901-1909 1899 June 28 49 4
Roosevelt, Theodore United States President, 1901-1909 1900 December 31 Location Unknown
Roosevelt, Theodore United States President, 1901-1909 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1903 April 3
Rosenstand, Gerd Millionaire Danish Owner of Hearing Aid Firm 1978 November 2 63
Rosenthal, Moriz Austrian Concert Pianist undated 48 1
Rosenthal, Phil Member of West German Parliament; Owner of Rosenthal China 1979 March 8 63
Rosenwald, Samuel Unknown 1921 March 10 63
Ross, Rosemary Milwaukee Television Personality; Married to Howard Gernette [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1984 March 6 15 16
Royall, Kenneth Secretary of War, 1947; Secretary of the Army, 1947-1949 1946 August 26 63
Ruiz, Fabian Mexican and Spanish Bullfighter 1974 January 24 63
Rukeyser, Louis Financial Analyst; Host of PBS's Wall Street Week; Sacred Cat Winner, 1978 1978 April 2 24 14
Russell, Lillian Singer and Stage Actor [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1916 February 8
Russell, Mark Comedian; Sacred Cat Winner, 1994 1994 May 7 28 6
Russell, Sol Smith Actor, 1871-1901 undated
Ruth, George Herman "Babe" New York Yankee Outfielder; Set a Record with 60 Home Runs in 1927; Led the American League in Home Runs 12 Times [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1922 February 15 33 23
Ruthie Actor/Actress 2004 April 15 63
Rutledge, Raquel Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Pulitzer Prize Winning Reporter 2010 September 30 63
Ryan, Aileen Milwaukee Journal Women's Editor; Hall of Fame, 1987 1987 October 22 17 20
Ryan, Paul U.S. Representative, R-Wis. 1st District, Janesville 2009 August 28 63
Ryon, Sue Milwaukee Journal and Journal Sentinel Editorial Page Copy Editor 2010 October 29 63
Salisbury, Harrison Journalist; Assistant Managing Editor, the New York Times 1967 October 27 25 20
Salsini, Paul Reporter and State Editor, Milwaukee Journal; Hall of Fame, 2008 2008 October 17 63
Salvidor, Lou Milwaukee Journal Sentinel graphics editor and 2010 Pulitzer Prize winning team member; inducted as Knight of the Golden Quill 2011 September 22 63
Sandburg, Carl Lincoln Biographer and Poet; Won the Pulitzer Prizes in 1940 and 1951; Worked at the Milwaukee Sentinel and the Milwaukee Journal; Hall of Fame, 1998 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1959 November 11 20 17
Sanders, Bill Milwaukee Journal Editorial Cartoonist [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1980 September 16 22 14
Sanguinetti, Davide Professional Tennis Player; Italian Davis Cup Member 1998 September 21 63
Santiago, Carlos E. Chancellor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2004 November 2 63
Sara, Che Sara Palmist, Fortune Teller; Predicted World War I; Earliest Press Club Signature [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1898 January 11
Sarazin, Archie Director of the Performing Arts Center, 1974-1991 1978 November 15 30 20
Sargent, Bobby Comedian 1975 October 30 Location Unknown
Schaleben, Arville Milwaukee Journal Associate Editor, Press Club President, 1936-1939; Hall of Fame, 1980 1972 February 28 63
Schaleben, Arville Milwaukee Journal Associate Editor; Press Club President, 1936-1939; Hall of Fame, 1980 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1949 June 19 29 16
Scheffler, Philip Producer of 60 Minutes 1989 May 6 16 72
Schermerhorn, Kenneth Milwaukee Symphony Conductor; Married to Soprano Carol Neblett 1977 March 25 Location Unknown
Schirard, Lori Miss Florida Citrus 1984 May 9 63
Schmedeman, A. G. Governor of Wisconsin, 1933-1935 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1934 April 17 26 21
Schmitt, John W. Wisconsin AFL-CIO President 1966-1986 1979 December 12 63
Scholer, Phil Artist; Won the 1983 Golden Anniversary Migratory Waterfowl Stamp Design Competition 1983 September 25 16 65
Schori, Rev. Katherine Jefferts 26th Residing Bishop, Episcopal Church 2010 October 63
Schreiber, Martin Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin, 1970-1977; Acting Governor of Wisconsin, 1977-1978 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1977 November 15 26 7
Schroeder, John H. Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, 1991-1998 1991 November 6 19 13
Schulz, David Milwaukee County Executive 1991 December 6 63
Schwandner, Harvey W. Press Club President, 1944-1946; Hall of Fame, 1980 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] undated 29 28
Scott, Howard National Director of Technocracy Inc. 1933 March 6 63
Scotton, James Dean of Marquette University College of Journalism 1978 September 13 19 5
Seidel, Emil Mayor of Milwaukee, 1910-1912 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1941 January 31 34 1
Seldes, Gilbert Critic, Writer; Associate Editor of Colliers, Managing Editor of The Dial 1935 March 6 63
Selig, Allen "Bud" Owner of the Milwaukee Brewers; Commissioner of Baseball, 1997+; Headliner Award, 1979 and 1995 1905 June 1 23 24
Selig, Allen "Bud" Owner of the Milwaukee Brewers; Commissioner of Baseball, 1997+; Headliner Award, 1979 and 1995 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1995 May 13 34 8
Shapiro, Henry United Press International Correspondent; Professor at University of Wisconsin--Madison 1977 November 15 63
Sharkey, Jack World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, 1932 1965 March 25 32 11
Sharkey, Thomas J. Heavyweight Fighter; 40 Wins, 2 Losses 1926 August 20 31 27
Shaw, Kenneth A. University of Wisconsin System President 1990 January 17 63
Sheean, Vincent Writer and Foreign Correspondent 1942 January 26 27 2
Sherr, Lynn News Anchor for ABC's 20/20 1992 May 9 63
Sherwood, Alison Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter and 2010 Pulitzer Prize winning team member; inducted as Knight of the Golden Quill 2011 September 22 63
Shlomi, Eli Milwaukee-Visiting Israeli Student's Chaperone 1983 November 10 63
Shoquist, Joseph W. Milwaukee Journal Managing Editor; Hall of Fame, 1997 1978 October 11 63
Showers, Dean Chair of Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District 1984 February 22 63
Shribkan, David Wall Street Journal Reporter 1984 October 24 63
Silberg, Rabbi Francis B. Milwaukee Rabbi and World Jump Roping Champion 1983 April 28 63
Silverman, Albert Chairman of Vilter Corp.; Headliner Award, 1981 1979 August 14 17 6
Simmons, Al Baseball Player with the Philadelphia Athletics; Led the American League in Batting, 1930 and 1931 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1932 February 3 32 7
Simpson, Robert Musical Director and Producer 1978 September 20 63
Sirota, David Political Journalist and Anti-Establishment Author 2008 June 17 63
Sisk, John M. Marquette University and Chicago Bears Football Player 1999 March 5 63
Siskel, Gene Movie Reviewer; Sacred Cat Winner, 1985 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1985 April 21 17 13
Sixty, Billy Longtime Milwaukee Journal Sports Writer; Avid Golfer and Bowler; Hall of Fame, 1982 1971 May 24 23 6
Skewes, Joseph H. Press Club President, 1917 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1947 July 31 31 10
Skinner, Cornelia Otis Actor; Writer for The New Yorker, Reader's Digest and Others [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1953 February 26 24 18
Skinner, Otis American Actor; Father of Cornelia Otis Skinner 1902 November 2 48 3
Slater, Josef Unknown 1934 March 28 63
Slocum, Beth Press Club President, 1979 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 29 3
Slocum, James Milwaukee Sentinel Reporter; Editor and Publisher at Kalmback Publishing 2006 October 20 63
Small, Bill CBS Vice President for News; National President of Sigma Delta Chi 1975 February 18 19 15
Smiley, Tavis Host, The Tavis Smiley Show 2002 March 1 63
Smith, Alfred E. Four-Time Governor of New York, 1919-1928; First Catholic to Run for President [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1928 September 29 24 26
Smith, Clifford Chancellor of the University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, 1986-1990 1986 November 25 17 11
Smith, Joe Milwaukee Press Club President, 1994; Milwaukee Public Television Producer; Reporter/Anchor KGW TV in Portland 2006 June 63
Smith, Merriman United Press International Correspondent; Author 1963 September 23 32 1
Snyder, John W. Secretary of the Treasury, 1946-1953 1949 June 10 26 11
Snyder, Tom Milwaukee Native; Host of NBC-TV's Tomorrow Show; Anchor/Host of Prime Time Saturday; Sacred Cat Winner, 1980 1988 July 1 63
Snyder, Tom Milwaukee Native; Host of NBC-TV's Tomorrow Show; Anchor/Host of Prime Time Saturday; Sacred Cat Winner, 1980 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1980 April 13 20 25
Sonneborn, Harry L. Press Club President, 1960-1961; Hall of Fame, 1987 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] undated 29 20
Sorkin, Leonard Leader of the Fine Arts Quartet 1982 August 5 63
Sousa, John Phillip Bandmaster and Composer; Wrote "Stars and Stripes Forever," and Other Marches [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1920 October 30
Speidel, George Milwaukee County Zoo Director, 1947-1978 1977 April 28 25 23
Spillane, Mickey Detective Novelist; Creator of the Mike Hammer Television Series, 1984-1987 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1967 September 12 20 10
Sprecher, Randal G. Founder and President of Sprecher Brewing Co. 2003 March 2 63
Springsteen, Bruce Musician; "The Boss" 2009 November 15 63
Squires, Jim Editor of the Chicago Tribune 1981 October 15 20 21
St. Aubin, Roseann Milwaukee Television News Personality; Press Club President, 1999 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 2000 April 26 29 33
Stafford, Michael D. President and CEO of Milwaukee Public Museum 2004 June 17 63
Stafford, Roger A. Press Club President, 1980-1981 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 29 12
Stanfield, James L. National Geographic Photographer 2005 October 27 63
Stanford, Gregory D. Reporter, Milwaukee Journal; Editorial Board Member and Columnist, Journal Sentinel; Hall of Fame, 2009 2009 October 23 63
Stassen, Harold E. Governor of Minnesota 1938-1945; Presidential Candidate 1946 February 25 22 13
Stauber, John Founder of Center for Media and Democracy 2004 June 23 63
Steebs, Keta Columnist Door County Advocate; Milwaukee Media Hall of Fame inductee 2012 October 26 63
Steiger, Bill United States Congressperson from Oshkosh 1970 February 14 63
Steinkopf, Alvin Staff Member of Berlin Bureau of the Associated Press 1942 June 26 64
Stevens, Rise Mezzo-Soprano with the Metropolitan Opera Company 1951 February 14 34 5
Stevenson, Adlai A. Democratic Candidate for President, 1952 and 1956; Former Ambassador to the United Nations; Governor of Illinois [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1952 October 8 24 17
Stofard, John English Artist 1979 June 24 64
Stollenwerk, John J. President, Allen Edmonds 2005 September 28 64
Stone, Fred Theater and Film Actor 1943 May 19 21 5
Straub, Lt. Ruth M. Milwaukee Native; Decorated for Meritorious Service as an Army Nurse on Bataan and Corregidor 1942 July 29 19 25
Sullivan, John L. Last Bare-Knuckle Heavyweight Boxing Champion, 1882-1892 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1905 March 16
Swedish, Stephen Milwaukee Band Leader 1984 April 25 16 55
Swedish, Stephen Milwaukee Band Leader 1979 September 19 18 9
Swingle, Everett Press Club President, 1951-1952 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 29 23
Symington, Stuart United States Senator from Missouri 1959 May 23 25 7
Szeryng, Henryk Grammy-Winning Polish Violinist 1978 March 31 64
Taff, Jerry WISN-TV 12 Anchor; Hall of Fame, 2009 2009 October 23 64
Taft, Robert A. United States Senator from Ohio; Son of William Howard Taft 1951 June 9 64
Taft, Robert A. United States Senator from Ohio; Son of William Howard Taft 1940 October 2 64
Taft, William H. United States President; Supreme Court Chief Justice [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1909 September 17
Tandy, Jessica Actress; married to actor Hume Cronyn [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1979 March 28 35
Taylor, Frank Journalist for the London Daily Telegraph 1984 October 25 64
Templeton, Alec Blind Welsh Pianist, Composer, and Entertainer 1956 July 3 22 4
Terkel, Studs Historian and Author 1992 October 23 64
Terzic, Branko Chair of the State Racing Board, Which Licensed Five Greyhound Tracks in Wisconsin 1989 June 23 28 25
Teter, Jack First Singer of "The Johnson Rag" 1974 May 24 16 63
Thomas, Augustus Newspaper Illustrator and Editor; Playwright 1922 May 27 64
Thomas, Clarence Chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 1984 October 24 20 12
Thomas, Helen Chief White House Correspondent for United Press International; Sacred Cat Winner, 1974 1974 May 19 17 16
Thomas, Lowell Jr. United States Senator from Alaska; Author; Lecturer; Producer of Documentary Films 1956 May 24 20 11
Thomas, Norman Six-Time Socialist Candidate for President, 1928-1948 1940 October 31 26 17
Thomas-Lynn, Felicia Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Journalist 2001 May 5 64
Thompson, Barbara Wisconsin State Superintendent of Public Instruction (First Woman Superintendent) 1973 April 17 30 10
Thompson, Edward Milwaukee Journal Picture Editor; Editor of Life and Smithsonian Magazines 1985 November 22 31 15
Thompson, John H. Press Club President, 1976-1977; Hall of Fame, 1987 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] undated 29 14
Thompson, Tommy G. Elected Governor of Wisconsin, 1987 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1987 April 3 24 28
Thompson, Tommy G. Elected Governor of Wisconsin, 1987 1985 November 22 Location Unknown
Thornton, Greg Milwaukee Public Schools superintendent 2010 November 17 64
Tillema, Ralph Professor of Music, University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee and Milwaukee Downer College 1979 May 22 36 6
Townsend, Peter Royal Air Force Flight Captain 1962 February 6 27 21
Toy, Moy B. Milwaukee Restaurateur 1978 February 8 30 9
Treacher, Arthur Actor and Television Announcer 1970 September 6 21 6
Truman, Harry United States Senator from Missouri, 1935-1945; Vice President, 1945; and President, 1945-1953 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1944 October 24 16 10
Truman, Harry S. United States Senator from Missouri, 1935-1945; Vice President, 1945; and President, 1945-1953 1948 October 15 25 1
Tuchinske, Alfred Unknown 1996 October 18 28 16
Tucker, Forrest Theater, Film, and Television Actor 1974 September 6 31 1
Turner, Roscoe Aviator Who Set Cross-Country Speed Records; Awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross 1934 August 4 20 15
Turner, Ted Board Chair and President of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.; Sacred Cat Winner, 1988 1988 May 7 20 23
Uihlein, Erwin C. President and Chair, Schlitz Brewing Company, 1933-1967 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1964 June 12 33 3
Uihlein, Robert A., Jr. President, Schlitz Brewing Company; Headliner Award, 1965 1965 April 25 32 27
Ulichny, Barbara L. Democrat State Senator of 4th District 2004 May 8 64
Umhoefer, David Reporter, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; Won Pulitzer Prize for reporting on the Milwaukee County pension scandal 2008 June 25 64
Unidentified 1 Unknown 1989 April 11 36
Unidentified 2 Irish Artist 1980 September 26 36 7
Unidentified 3 VOA (Voice of America) Correspondent 1984 October 25 36 8
Unidentified 4 Unknown 1985 May 9 36 9
Unidentified 5 Unknown 1985 June 6 36 10
Unidentified 6 Unknown 1987 March 6 36 11
Unidentified 7 Unknown 1985 October 11 36 12
Unidentified 8 Unknown 1984 October 24 36 13
Unidentified 9 Unknown 1978 June 14 36 14
Unidentified 10 Unknown 1982 May 25 36 15
Unidentified 11 Unknown 2000 November 10 64
Unidentified 12 Unknown 2000 May 6 64
Unidentified 13 Unknown 2000 May 6 64
Unidentified 14 Unknown 2003 October 10 64
Unidentified 15 Unknown 2003 October 10 64
Unidentified 16 Unknown 2001 July 16 64
Usinger, Debra Co-owner, Usinger's Famous Sausage 2004 September 9 64
Usinger, Fritz Co-owner, Usinger's Famous Sausage 2009 September 9 64
Valeriani, Richard Journalist, NBC News 1983 January 26 64
Vallee, Rudy Singer, Orchestra Leader and Actor; Nicknamed "The Vagabond Lover" [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1930 August 20 21 28
Van Altomo, John Unknown 2004 March 12 64
Van Buren, Abigail Author of the Syndicated Advice Column "Dear Abby" [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1960 May 25
Van Buren, Abigail Author of the Syndicated Advice Column "Dear Abby" 1964 September 17 64
Van de Kamp Nohl, Mary Former Senior Editor of Milwaukee Magazine; Milwaukee Press Club President 2012-2013 2013 September 19 64
Van Dyke, Laurie Press Club President, 1985-1986; Hall of Fame, 1993 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] undated 29 10
Van Hollen, J.B. Wisconsin Attorney General 2006 September 6 64
Van Vooren, Monique Actor 1976 September 21 64
Venuti, Joe Jazz Violinist 1976 June 18 64
Vito, Robert Correspondent for CNN, Sacred Cat Winner, 1996 1996 May 4 64
Voegler, Robert Author and Lecturer 1951 November 27 64
Von Gronau, Wolfgang German Aviator 1932 August 6 64
Von Hoffman, Nicholas Washington Post Columnist and Author; Sacred Cat Winner, 1976 1976 April 25 17 18
Von Huenefeld, Baron Guenther Aviator, Co-Flew First Successful East-West Trans-Atlantic Flight 1928 May 13 64
Von Riper, Frank New York Daily News Reporter 1984 October 25 64
Von Schuschnigg, Kurt Austrian Statesperson; Chancellor 1951 April 13 Location Unknown
Voros, Jerry Pittsburgh Advertising Executive 1983 April 21 64
Votapek, Ralph Milwaukee-Born Pianist; Won the 1962 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1962 December 14 16 61
Wainwright, Jonathan Mayhew, III United States Army General; Commander in the Philippines During World War II; "The Hero of Bataan" who was Forced to Surrender on Corregidor in 1942 1946 July 11 24 8
Walcott, Jersey Joe Boxer; World Heavyweight Champion, 1951-1952 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1956 September 23 23 17
Walesa, Lech Polish Solidarity Movement Leader; Polish President 1990-1995 2004 March 2 64
Walker, Scott Milwaukee County Executive 2002 May 23 64
Wallace, Henry Writer, Editor, United States Vice President, 1941-1945; Secretary of Commerce, 1945-1946 1944 February 11 16 67
Walters, Barbara Journalist; Signed while speaking to members of the Milwaukee Press Club at the Newsroom Pub as part of her Audition book tour 2008 May 29 64
Wanderwell, Aloha Globe-Trotting Adventure Seeker 1905 April 18 64
Ward, Stephen J.A. 1st James E. Burgess Professor of Journalism Ethics in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at UW-Madison; Director of the Center for Journalism Ethics; Previous Director of the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of British Columbia-Vancouver; Author of the award-winning The Invention of Journalism Ethics: The Path to Objectivity and Beyond 2009 January 22 64
Warfield, David Actor 1910 March 25 35
Warner, Cy Author; Journalist; Locomotive Engineer; Known as the "Poet of the Rockies" 1910 May 19 35
Warren, Earl Governor of California, 1943-1953; Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, 1953-1969 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1952 March 29 24 6
Warwick, Robert Film Actor 1924 August 14 64
Waters, Maxine US Rep. (D-35th District of California) 2004 October 1 64
Waxse, Bennett F. Press Club President, 1966-1968 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 29 22
Weakland, Rembert Archbishop of Milwaukee; Headliner Award, 1987 1987 May 16 17 10
Weakland, Rembert Archbishop of Milwaukee; Headliner Award, 1987 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1978 February 15 31 21
Weaver, John C. President, University of Wisconsin, 1971-1977 1975 March 31 18 18
Webb, James E. Administrator of NASA 1963 April 17 64
Wegner, Walter G. Press Club President, 1962; Hall of Fame, 1981 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] undated 29 29
Welk, Lawrence Accordionist, Band Leader, and Television Host [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1949 June 15 36 5
Wells, Robert Milwaukee Journal Book Editor, Author; Hall of Fame, 1987 1987 October 22 17 28
Westerberg, Kurt Unknown 1951 April 13 31 29
Weston, Edward Payson Walked from Boston to Washington for First Inaugural of Abraham Lincoln; Later Walked from New York to San Francisco 1907 March 2 36
White, John H. Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer for Chicago Sun Times 1983 October 24 64
Whitehead, Edward Schweppes Beverages Representative 1955 December 7 64
Whitehead, Edward Schweppes Beverages Representative 1955 December 7 64
Whitnall, C. B. Treasurer, City of Milwaukee; Member of the Public Land Commission 1941 January 31 18 1
Whitney, Bill CBS News Correspondent 1984 October 25 64
Wicker, Tom Associate Editor of New York Times; Columnist; Author; Sacred Cat Winner, 1986 1984 September 28 16 69
Wicks, Ben Canadian Cartoonist 1969 October 3 25 12
Wild, Hugh E. Air Force Major; Pilot During Bombing Raids over Tokyo, April 1942 1944 March 13 31 26
Wilder, L. Douglas Governor of Virginia; Democratic Presidential Candidate 1991 November 22 34 27
Wiley, Alexander United States Senator from Wisconsin, 1939-1962 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1953 September 22 27 7
Wilkes, Paul Television Producer; Author 1977 February 25 64
Wilkinson, Mary Wauwatosa Alderperson; Member of Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage Commission 1984 April 18 64
William, Prince of Sweden Prince of Sweden 1997 October 13 28 1
Williams, Edwin Educator, Writer, Lexicographer 1919 June 6 16 58
Williams, G. Mennen Governor of Michigan, 1949-1960; Ambassador to the Philippines, 1968-1969 1958 March 3 27 13
Williams, Joanne Press Club President, 1982 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1983 January 19 29 11
Williams, Joanne WITI-TV 6 anchor and reporter, past president of the Milwaukee Press Club; Hall of Fame 2011 2011 October 28 64
Williams, Joanne WITI-TV Reporter/Anchor 2011 October 28 64
Williams, Juan 2012 Sacred Cat; journalist at National Public Radio, Fox News, The Washington Post; author 2012 May 18 64
Willkie, Wendell Powerful Leader of the Internationalist Wing of the Republican Party; Tried to Unseat FDR in 1940 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1940 October 21 19 24
Wills, Robert Milwaukee Sentinel Editor; National President of the Society of Professional Journalists; Hall of Fame, 1993 1986 November 25 18 6
Wills, Robert Former Milwaukee Journal reporter, Milwaukee Sentinel city editor, publisher of the Milwaukee Journal, Vice-Chairman of Journal-Sentinel Inc., and senior vice president of Journal Communications 2013 September 19 64
Wilson, James A. Milwaukee Braves Pitcher; Pitched No-Hitter in 1954 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1954 July 2 23 9
Wilson, Jim New York Times Reporter 1984 October 25 64
Wilson, Melodie News Anchor in Milwaukee [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1994 December 2 34 10
Wilson, Woodrow Governor of New Jersey, 1911-1913; United States President, 1913-1921 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1910 November 17
Winans, Edwin B. Brigadier General, Commander 64th Infantry Brigade 1919 June 6 Location Unknown
Winters, Shelley Theater, Film, and Television Actor [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1973 May 3 24 27
Wolf, John R. Prominent Milwaukee Journalist; Press Club President, 1916, 1934-1935 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1937 January 15 19 9
Wolke, Michael S. Milwaukee County Sheriff, 1962-1983 1979 May 7 18 5
Wolkomir, Maurice United States Army Counterespionage Agent 1985 May 9 64
Wolpert, George Public Relations Consultant; Secretary of the Milwaukee Press Club 1979 May 4 32 4
Wood, Leonard Major General, United States Army; Congressional Medal of Honor, 1898 1919 March 12 19 23
Woodruff, Judy Broadcast Journalist; Sacred Cat Winner, 1993 1993 May 8 28 10
Woods, Mattiebelle First lady of the Milwaukee Black Press 2002 September 19 64
Woodward, Robert Upshur "Bob" Regarded as one of America's preeminent investigative reporters and non-fiction authors; Washington Post Reporter since 1971 and current Associate Editor; Did much of the reporting on the Watergate Scandal with Carl Bernstein 2009 May 12 64
Wyckoff, Walter Political Economist 1899 February 12 47 4
Wyrick, Walter S. Press Club President, 1930-1931 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] undated 29 8
Yamazoe, Takako Calligrapher, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan 1975 August 6 36 16
Young, Robert Actor in Theater, Films, and Television 1963 June 12 27 4
Youngman, Henny Entertainer and Comedian [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1960 May 24 21 4
Youngquist, Wayne Press Club President, 1998; Milwaukee Television Political Analyst [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1984 March 14 15 17
Yuyitung, Quintin Chinese Editor of a Philippines Newspaper 1973 March 2 64
ZaBach, Florian Violinist and Television Personality 1955 June 1 64
ZaBach, Florian Violinist and Television Personality 1965 September 27 64
Zablocki, Clement J. United States Congressperson from Wisconsin, 1948-1983 [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1965 December 23 27 10
Zeidler, Carl F. Mayor of Milwaukee, 1940-1942; Lost at Sea During World War II on Dec. 11, 1942 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1941 January 31 33 26
Zeidler, Frank P. Mayor of Milwaukee, 1948-1960; Brother of Carl Zeidler [Note: On Permanent Loan.] 1958 January 30 33 27
Ziarnik, Robert J. Police Chief, City of Milwaukee, 1984-1989 1985 November 5 18 12
Ziegler, Ron President Richard Nixon's Press Secretary, 1969-1974 1985 October 11 16 53
Zilber, Joseph Milwaukee Businessman and Founder of Towne Realty; Philanthropist; Milwaukee Press Club Gridiron Headliner 2008 April 26 64
Zimmerman, Fred R. Governor of Wisconsin, 1927-1928; Wisconsin Secretary of State [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 1927 May 26 26 15
Zimpher, Nancy Appointed Chancellor, University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, 1998 1999 October 5 19 31
Zoromski, Mark Press Club President, 2000 [Note: On Permanent Loan to the Milwaukee Press Club.] 2000 April 26 29 34
Zumwalt, Elmo Russell Jr. Decorated Naval Officer; Served in World War II, Korea and Vietnam; Chief of Naval Operations in Washington, 1970-1974 1978 April 12 20 1
Zuppke, Bob Football Coach; Invented the Huddle and Screen Pass 1955 July 13 64
Zweifel, Dave Capital Times editor, Chairman of the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council, Hall of Fame inductee 2013 2013 October 25 64