National Constitution Center and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania have joined forces for a new exhibition.
The Constitution Center and Historical Society on Thursday opened "American Treasures: Documenting the Nation's Founding," an exhibition highlighting the founding era and includes drafts of the U.S. Constitution like Pennsylvania delegate James Wilson's handwritten drafts.
The partnership was announced Wednesday night during the historical society's Founder's Award Gala that honored author and musician James McBride.
The exhibit is located in a newly constructed exhibition room at the Constitution Center intended for displaying the rarest founding documents in American constitutional history, according to the Historical Society.
The Founder's Gala marked the beginning of an ongoing collaboration between the Historical Society of Pennsylvania and the National Constitution Center.
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