St. Louis Public Library Foundation
1301 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AT CENTRAL LIBRARY!!
When in the course of human events it becomes possible for one people to see one of the most important documents in world history, the opportunity should not be passed up.
The St. Louis Public Library, in partnership with Cricket Wireless and national voter-registration organization Declare Yourself, is proud to present one of 25 surviving original copies of the Declaration of Independence for a free public viewing at Central Library on Saturday, July 26.
Come see this cornerstone of history, by which the United States proclaimed its freedom, stood up to the world's mightiest empire, and dedicated itself to the simple but revolutionary ideals of equality and democracy.
What: One of 25 existing copies of the Declaration of Independence
Where: Central Library, 1301 Olive St.
When: Saturday, July 26 10:00 AM-7:30 PM Cost: FREE
Congressman William Lacy Clay will give remarks at 10AM, with the viewing following. Declare Yourself will register voters throughout the day.
So come out, bring your friends and join us as we celebrate this momentous part of our history.
Need more information or directions? Ask us!