STOLZ, Friedrich. Hall in Tyrol 29.7.1850 — Innsbruck 13.7.1915. Austrian IE Linguist. Professor in Innsbruck. Son of Joseph Stolz, a psychiatrist. From 1868 studied classics at Innsbruck under Jülg et al., 1871-72 at Leipzig (Curtius). From 1872 teacher in Graz. Ph.D. 1872 Graz. Then teacher in Klagenfurt. PD 1879 Innsbruck. From 1886 ao. Professor of comparative linguistics there as Jülg’s successor, 1890 ord. An illness forced him to retire in 1912 (succeeded by his student Walde).
Publications: Much on Latin.
Sources: German Wikipedia.