Eugene Field (1850-1895) and Bill Nye (1850-1896)
Field (right) held editorial positions with several Midwestern and Western newspapers. In 1883 he joined the "Chicago Morning News," with which he was to stay until his death. Field wrote an editorial column called "Sharps and Flats," filled with his comical whimsy and eccentric imagination. He published several works of verse and of humor. He was the brother of Roswell Martin Field. Bill Nye (left) was a humorist and journalist. He wrote many essays, skits, and sketches. He soon began to give comic lectures. He became a Sunday columnist for the New York "World" and his columns were widely syndicated. Bill Nye was a household name in the second half of the nineteenth century.
- 1895 circa 5 years
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