Bill Nye

Edgar Wilson “Bill” Nye (August 25, 1850 – February 22, 1896) was an American humorist. He was also the founder and editor of the Laramie Boomerang.

Recollections Of Noah Webster by Bill Nye

Story type: EssayMr. Webster, no doubt, had the best command of language of any American author prior to our day. Those who have read his ponderous but rather disconnecte ...

My School Days by Bill Nye

Story type: EssayLooking over my own school days, there are so many things that I would rather not tell, that it will take very little time and space for me to use in tel ...

Habits Of A Literary Man by Bill Nye

Story type: EssayThe editor of an Eastern health magazine, having asked for information relative to the habits, hours of work, and style and frequency of feed adopted by ...

To Her Majesty by Bill Nye

Story type: EssayTo Queen Victoria, Regina Dei Gracia and acting mother-in-law on the side:Dear Madame.–Your most gracious majesty will no doubt be surprised to hear from ...

A Guest At The Ludlow by Bill Nye

Story type: LiteratureWe are stopping quietly here, taking our meals in our rooms mostly, and going out very little indeed. When I say we, I use the term editorially.We n ...

To The President-Elect by Bill Nye

Story type: EssayDear Sir.–The painful duty of turning over to you the administration of these United States and the key to the front door of the White House has been ass ...

A Father’s Letter by Bill Nye

Story type: EssayMy dear son.–Your letter of last week reached us yesterday, and I enclose $13, which is all I have by me at the present time. I may sell the other shote ...

A Journey Westward by Bill Nye

Story type: LiteratureI once visited my old haunts in Colorado and Wyoming after about seven years of absence. I also went to Utah, where spring had come in the rich vall ...

They Fell by Bill Nye

Story type: EssayTwo delegates to the General Convocation of the Sons of Ice Water were sitting in the lobby of the Windsor, in the city of Denver, not long ago, stranger ...