Wallace, Lew. Life of Gen. Ben Harrison; Also, Life of Hon. Levi P. Morton, Sketches of Former Presidents, Citizens' Hand-book, Etc. Fully Illustrated. Hillsdale, Mich.: W. E. Allen & Co., 1888. First Edition. 
Gray cloth decorated in black & gilt, 5 3/4 x 8 inches, orange & white end papers with ivy design, frontispiece engraving of Harrison with facsimile signature & tissue guard, 578 clean pp., many additional plates, tight. Some raised streaks to the cloth of the back board (see pics). Very good. Hardcover.
A campaign book by the author of Ben Hur extolling the virtues of General Harrison in his run for the presidency of the United States. Harrison was the victor, and served from 1889 to 1901. He was the grandson of the ninth US President, William Henry Harrison, and the great-grandson of Benjamin Harrison V., a signer of the US Declaration of Independence. An officer during the American Civil War on the side of the Union, Harrison's presidency oversaw an strengthening of the US armed forces, particularly the Navy. The book includes a biography of his running mate, Levi P. Morton of New York.