Associated Press Release
ATLANTA (AP) -- The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum is set to display George Washington's personal copy of the Constitution.
National Archives spokesman Tony Clark says the museum will display the document along with Georgia Washington's handwritten notes between June 7 and June 24.
Clark says the exhibit is one of the most significant pieces of intellectual property Washington owned, and shows the first president's role in the drafting, ratification and interpretation of the Constitution.
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