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COPYRIGHT, 1922, BY HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY
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Compiler and publishers acknowledge their indebtedness to the following authors and publishers for the use of copyright poems: Mr. Laurence Binyon for "A Song." Mr. Gordon Bottomley for “Netted Strawberries.”
Brentano's for “Had I a Golden Pound,” by Francis Ledwidge.
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