William J. Neidig



William Jonathan Neidig (1870-1955) was a member of the Stanford Pioneer Class who entered in October of 1891, graduating with an A.B English degree in 1896. He held editorial positions for magazine and book publishers until becoming an Instructor of English at Stanford from 1901 to 1904. In 1905 he started as an Instructor of English at the University of Wisconsin and later was a graduate student and Instructor at the University of Chicago. He was a writer, and wrote several volumes of poetry, including The First Wardens in 1905 which received a nomination for the Nobel Prize for Literature (from Jane Stanford's brother Henry Lathrop).

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