IN THE course of compiling this anthology, the following publishers and authors kindly granted permission to reprint the poems included here. If any have inadvertently been omitted, suitable acknowledgment will be made in the next printing.
Reginald Arkell: "When the War Will End," by Reginald Arkell, from "War Rumours."
Spencer Bentley: "My Angeline," and "The Tattooed Man," by Harry B. Smith .
The Bobbs-Merrill Company: "The Man in the Moon," by James Whitcomb Riley , from "Rhymes of Childhood," copyright 1890, 1918.
Bowes & Bowes (Cambridge) Ltd.: "On a Rhine Steamer" and "On a Parisian Boulevard," under the heading "England and America", "Imitation of Robert Browning", and "Sincere Flattery" by James Kenneth Stephen , from "Lapsus Calami and Other Verses."
Brandt & Brandt: "Aaron Burr" and "Andrew Jackson," by Stephen Vincent Benét , from "A Book of Americans," published by Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., copyright 1933, by Rosemary and Stephen Vincent Benét; "She Is Overheard Singing," and "Thursday," by St. Edna Vincent Millay , from "A Few Figs from Thistles," published by Harper & Brothers, copyright 1918, 1919, 1922, by St. Edna Vincent Millay; "Travel," by St. Edna Vincent Millay, from "Second April," published by Harper & Brothers, copyright 1921, by St. Edna Vincent Millay.
Burns Oates & Washbourne, Ltd.: "A Ballade of Suicide," by G. K. Chesterton , from "The Collected Poems of G. K. Chesterton."
Chicago Tribune: "Reflection," by Kurt M. Stein.
Constable & Company, Ltd.: "Sir Christopher Wren," by E. C. Bentley, from "Baseless Biographies."