Washington: Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commision, 1960. First edition. Full cloth. Octavos. Over 1100 pages. Very good set overall. Bound in gray cloth over boards with gilt and red-stamped spines and upper boards. Some minor signs of use but still very clean and sound.
A valuable reference that traces, as nearly as possible, where Abraham Lincoln was and what he was doing each day of his life. Obviously such a record becomes much more complete and accurate for his later life--particularly once he entered the Presidential race in 1860.