Only 22 copies of the "complete" Serial Set were bound. This edition was bound in a more elaborate binding and was, and is, an impressive looking set of books. It was also expensive to produce because the gold stamping and colored ink labels on the spine were all hand work. The copies were distributed to the so-called "posterity libraries" which, as I mentioned earlier, are the Senate and House Libraries, the Library of Congress, the National Archives Library, and the Superintendent of Documents Library collection, which is now housed at the National Archives.
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