Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1859 - 1915) edited The Wit and Humor of America in ten volumes. A complete index for the series can be found in volume ten. The Table of Contents for volume III includes the following material. An Arkansas Planter by Opie Read, The Auto Rubaiyat by Reginald Wright Kauffman, Ballade of the "How To" Books by John James Davies, Bohemians of Boston by Gelett Burgess, The Courtin' by James Russell Lowell, Crimson Cord by Ellis Parker Butler, Diamond Wedding by Edmund Clarence Stedman, Dislikes by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Dos't o' Blues by James Whitcomb Riley, Dying Gag by James L. Ford, Elizabeth Eliza Writes a Paper by Lucretia P. Hale, Garden Ethics by Charles Dudley Warner, Genial Idiot Suggests a Comic Opera by John Kendrick Bangs, Hans Breitmann's Party by Charles Godfrey Leland, Hired Hand and "Ha'nts," by E.O. Laughlin, In Philistia by Bliss Carman, Letter from Home by Wallace Irwin, Little Mock-Man by James Whitcomb Riley, Little Orphant Annie by James Whitcomb Riley, Mammy's Lullaby by Strickland W. Gillilan, Maxioms by Carolyn Wells, Morris and the Honorable Tim by Myra Kelly, Mr. Stiver's Horse by James Montgomery Bailey, My First Visit to Portland by Major Jack Downing, My Sweetheart by Samuel Minturn Peck, New Version by W.J. Lampton, Our New Neighbors at Ponkapog by Thomas Bailey Aldrich, Plaint of Jonah by Robert J. Burdette, The Retort by George P. Morris, Rhyme of the Chivalrous Shark by Wallace Irwin, Rollo Learning to Read by Robert J. Burdette, Selecting the Faculty by Bayard Rust Hall, and much more.