George E. Woodbury (1855-1930)
George E. Woodbury was an author, educator and poet. In 1877 he went to Nebraska State University as chair of English literature and history, but returned to the East after a short time and worked on the staff of the "Nation" in New York City. After a year he returned to Lincoln as an English professor. He edited the poetry of Rupert Brooke. Woodbury was famous for his aphorisms.
- 1900 circa 15 years
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