List of Quill and Dagger members

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The Quill and Dagger Society, founded at Cornell University in 1893, selects new undergraduate members in the spring of their junior year or fall of their senior year. A small number of honorary members have been selected since the society's founding, usually qualified individuals who were not eligible for membership as undergraduates, such as Janet Reno and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, both of whom graduated before the society accepted women. Cornell Presidents Dale R. Corson, Frank H.T. Rhodes, Hunter R. Rawlings III, and Jeffrey Lehman all hold membership in the society as well.

Membership is published in The Cornell Daily Sun each semester. Other sources of membership lists include The New York Times during the 1920s and 1930s, The Cornell Alumni News from 1899 to 1961, and The Cornellian yearbook. This list contains notable individuals who were selected for membership as undergraduates. Class years are listed in parentheses.

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  • Walter C. Teagle[2] (1900) – President (1917–1937) and Chairman (1937–1942) of Standard Oil; namesake and donor of Cornell University's Teagle Hall; Cornell University trustee
  • Joseph N. Pew, Jr.[13] (1908) – Vice President (1912–1947) and Chairman (1947–1963) of Sun Oil Company; founder of The Pew Charitable Trusts; namesake of Cornell University's Pew Engineering Quad
  • James J. Cosgrove[72] (1909) – General Counsel (1929–1948) and Chairman (1948–1952) of Continental Oil
  • H. Laurance Fuller[21] (1960) – President (1983–1995), CEO (1991–1998), and Chairman (1991–2000) of Amoco; Lincoln Center Humanitarian of the Year (1998); Cornell University trustee; Cornell University presidential councilor

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