The play ran for 472 performances from 1938-9 (http://www.ibdb.com/production.php?id=12391), and featured Raymond Massey in the title role.
Abe also won the 1939 Pulitzer Prize for Drama for Robert E. Sherwood.
Massey was in the 1940 film version of the play, and was also in several radio and television versions as well.
Here's the track listing:
NYC, 14 July 1939: Raymond Massey with supporting cast (unlisted)
1. Lincoln's Proposal to Anne Rutledge
2. Lincoln's Law Office
3. Lincoln's Prayer
4. Lincoln's Reply To Stephen A. Douglas, part 1
5. Lincoln's Reply To Stephen A. Douglas, part 2
6. Lincoln's Farewell To Springfield
One thing about this album that does perplex me a bit...the cover illustration is approximately the size of a ten-inch record, hastily pasted onto a twelve-inch album. Perhaps this album was originally planned to be a ten-incher...and was expanded to the larger format only after the cover slicks were made? Or maybe the printing orders were misread?
Then again, in 1939, most twelve-inch albums had very plain covers...Victor's classical sets had front covers that consisted of colored heavy cardboard, often with a wavy texture (with a large flat lozenge that contained the album's title printed in gold). Columbia's sets were similarly plain-Jane at the time...the fancier illustrated covers of Victor and Columbia (by Decker, Steinweiss and friends) came into general use a year or two later.
I italicized most because an earlier non-clssical Victor twelve-inch album had a special printed cover, and it took the entire 12-inch space (not just a ten-inch slick pasted in)...I'm thinking of their A Symposium of Swing album, which featured (among others) the original issues of Benny Goodman's Sing, Sing, Sing (aka A Jail And A Half, according to some wag) and the famous I Can't Get Started by Bunny Berigan. (I can't call the Victor version of Started original...Bunny recorded it once before under his own name for Vocalion. And he's on a version on Decca too, but that's really a Red McKenzie record. Someday I'll get around to posting those rather obscure versions too.).
More music coming up in a few days...