There isn't a kit. So you will need to buy a MC, lines and blocks to join the lines.
Ford did not install dual MC until model year 1967.
A dual MC for drum brakes on all wheels has equal sized reservoirs.
I would suggest a MC that has application for a full sized F/M vehicle. (Not mid-sized, compact or pony car)
All Lincolns after 1965 came standard with front disc/rear drum. Not a good application.
Then there is fulcrum and pedal effort to consider. Which is beyond my experience. Just not of another user. (DesertXL)
Is the existing booster stock?
Is it a Bendix Treadle Vac booster?
I would research the 1958 Edsel having this "treadle vac" system. Teach out to a 1958-60 Edsel club. I know on the heavy 1958-64 Thunderbirds we do use the 1967 Mustang drum brake dual master cylinder for safety reasons.
Some bending & modification of the original brake lines is required.