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William Stanley Braithwaite, ed. (1878–1962).  Anthology of Massachusetts Poets.  1922.
THE EDITOR desires to thank the following authors, publishers and magazines, for the permissions courteously given to include the poems printed in this volume:  1
  The Macmillan Company: “Candlemas,” “Sunrise on Mansfield Mountain” from “The Roads to Castalay,” by Alice Brown; “The Moods,” “Hill Fantasy” from “The Crack of Dawn” by Fannie Stearns Davis (Mrs. A. M. Gifford).  2
  Houghton Mifflin Company: “The Cross-Current” from “The Heart of New England” by Abbie Farwell Brown; “Hymns and Anthems Sung at Wellesley College” from “The Yosemite and Other Poems” by Caroline Hazard; “Frimaire,” “A Bather” from “Pictures of the Floating World,” and “Patterns” from “Men, Women and Ghosts” by Amy Lowell; “The Prophet” from “The Singing Man,” and “Harvest Moon: 1914,” from “Harvest Moon,” by Josephine Preston Peabody; “Nocturne” and “Envoi” from “Poems New and Old” by William Roscoe Thayer.  3
  Charles Scribner’s Sons: “Essex,” “The Song of the Wave” and “Song: But of One Heart the Birds and I Together” from “Poems” by George Cabot Lodge.  4
  Henry Holt and Company: “Cretonne Tropics” from “Wilderness Songs” by Grace Hazard Conkling.  5
  G. P. Putnam’s Sons: “In the Trolley Car” from “At Vesper Time” by Ruth Baldwin Chenery; “There Where the Sea,” “Marriage” from “The Potter’s Clay” by Marie Tudor.  6
  George H. Doran and Company: “The Lilac” from “Echoes and Realities” by Walter Prichard Eaton.  7
  E. P. Dutton and Company: “Burnt are the Petals of Life” from “Arizona and Other Poems” by Elise Pumpelley Cabot.  8
  Little, Brown and Company: “St. Brigid” from “Songs of Sunrise” by Dennis A. McCarthy.  9
  Frederick A. Stokes Company: “Velvets by a Bed of Pansies,” “Dandelions” and “Red Rooster” from “Poems by a Little Girl” by Hilda Conkling.  10
  Longmans, Green Company: “The Storm,” “Where They Sleep” and “Beauty” from “Trackless Regions” by G. O. Warren.  11
  Harcourt, Brace and Company: “Comrades” and “The Flight” from “The Flight and Other Poems” by George Edward Woodberry.  12
  Yale University Press: “The Riot,” “Hunger,” “Exit God,” “Rousseau” from “Shadow Verses” by Gamaliel Bradford.  13
  Small, Maynard and Company: “Magic,” “Michael Pat” and “Song: Ebb on with Me across the Sunset Tide” from “White Fountain: Odes and Lyrics” by Edward J. O’Brien; “Two Moods from the Hill” and “A Banquet: One Memory from Socrates” from “To-morrow’s Yesterday” by Ernest Benshimol.  14
  John Lane Company: “In Memoriam: Francis Ledwidge” and “Evensong” from “Songs of the Celtic Poet” by Norreys Jephson O’Conor.  15
  Duffield and Company: “The Worlds” from “The Cathedral and Other Poems” by Martha G. D. Bianchi.  16
  T. Y. Crowell Company: “With Wave and Wings” from “Lips of Music” by Charlotte Porter; “America the Beautiful” and “Yellow Clover” from “America the Beautiful and Other Poems” by Katharine Lee Bates.  17
  The Cornhill Company: “Blueberries” from “Carlingtown” by Frank Prentice Rand; “L’Envoi” and “To Imagination” from “An Acerage of Lyric” by Dorothea Lawrance Mann.  18
  The Four Seas Company: “Dragon” and “Green Golden Door” from “Willow Pollen” by Jeannette Marks.  19
  Forbes and Company: “A Rose to the Living” from “A Book of Verses” by Nixon Waterman.  20
  Benziger Brothers: “The Road Beyond the Town” from “The Road Beyond the Town” by Michael Earls, S.J.  21
  The Stratford Company: “The Voice in the Song” from “Lights and Shadows” by Mary Gertrude Hamilton; “John Masefield” from “Song-Flame” by Amy Bridgman.  22
  Richard G. Badger: “An Old Song” and “Roadside Rest” from “Profiles” by Arthur Ketchum; “Saint Columbkille” from “Love and Law” by E. J. V. Huiginn.  23
  To The Atlantic Monthly for “Homebound” by Joseph Auslander; “Contemporary Verse” for “To Hilda of Her Roses” by Grace Hazard Conkling; “Memphis” by Gordon Malherbe Hillman; “War Pictures” by Ruth Lambert Jones; “The Divine Forest” by Charles R. Murphy; Harper’s Magazine for “Three Quatrains” by Lilla Cabot Perry; Poetry, A Magazine of Verse for “Wreaths” by Carolyn Hillman; “Old Lizette on Sleep” by Agnes Lee; “Reuben Boy” by Harold Crawford Sterns.  24
  To Sylvester Baxter for “The Returning”; to Dean Briggs of Harvard College for “1620–1920” to Jessica Carr for “Four Fountains After Respighia” to Martha Haskell Clark for “In the Irish Rain” to Nathan Haskell Dole for “The Mirage”; to Charles Gibson for “The Sonnet” from “The Wounded Eros”; to Maude Gordon-Roby for “To Music”; to Marie Louise Hersey for “The Country Road”; to Winifred Virginia Jackson for “Miss Doane,” “Fallen Fences,” “Cross-Currents” and “The Farewell”; to Oliver Jenkins for “Song: Let Me be Great as Others are Great” and “Love Autumnal”; to Agnes Lee for “Motherhood” from “The Border of the Lake”; to John Clair Minot for “Sleepy Hollow, Concord” and “The Sword of Arthur”; to Lilla Cabot Perry for “Horseman Springing from the Dark: A Dream” from “Impression”; to Margaret Perry for “A Valentine, Unsent” from “Something Singing”; to Arthur Stanwood Pier for “Shipbuilders”; to Louella Poole for “Unfading Pictures”; and to Harold Vinal for “Pity.”  25


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