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I wish to make grateful acknowledgment to the many publishers who have granted me permission to include in this Anthology the poems I have selected to represent the course of American poetry-so specifically my acknowledgment is due to
D. Appleton & Co. for the privilege of including "De Big Bethel Church" by Joel Chandler Harris.
Barse & Hopkins for the use of "The Song of the SoldierBorn," selected from the poems of Robert W. Service. The Bobbs-Merrill Co. for "A Life Lesson," "Bereaved," and
"A Parting Guest" by James Whitcomb Riley.
W. B. Conkey Company for "Solitude,' written by Ella
Dodd, Mead & Company for "Discovered" and "Compensation" by Paul Laurence Dunbar; Robert Munger's "The Derelict," taken from his volume, "The Land of Lost Music."
George H. Doran Company for their kind permission to include "To a Photographer" from "Songs of a Workaday World" by Berton Braley; the following selections from poems by Joyce Kilmer: "Trees" and "Old Poets" from the volume "Trees and Other Poems," as well as "Ballade of My Lady's Beauty," "Wealth," and "Dave Lilly"; "To a Post-Office Inkwell" by Christopher Morley, and taken from his book entitled "Rocking Horse"; "Peregrine" and "Let No Charitable Hope" by Elinor Wylie, included in the volume "Black Armour"; "When Amaryllis Bowls" and "Magic" from "The Middle Twenties" by John Farrar.
Doubleday, Page & Co. for the use of five selections from the poems of Don Marquis and "The Rich Man" from the volume "Tobogganing on Parnassus" by Franklin P. Adams.
Duffield & Co. for granting the use of "The Frozen Grail" by Elsa Barker.
E. P. Dutton & Co. for "A Chant of Love for England" written by Helen Gray Cone.
Forbes Publishing Co. for "If I Should Die Tonight" by Ben
Harcourt, Brace & Co. for reprint permission on "The Mother" and "Mia Carlotta" from the volume "Carmina"