Neidlinger, William Harold
William Harold Neidlinger (1863-1924) studied music in New York and became organist at St Michael's church, New York City. He conducted several choirs and worked as a singing teacher in Paris. He moved to Chicago, where he taught singing and studied child psychology, eventually founding a school for disabled children in New Jersey.
Mr Neidlinger published "Small songs for small siners" in 1896 and two operas, "Ulysses" in 1901 and "Sweet Anne Page" in 1903.