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American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition

Back for a limited time only, March 3 – July 30, 2017

Created by the National Constitution Center, American Spirits uses a mix of artifacts and engaging visitor activities to take you back in time to the dawn of the temperance movement, through the Roaring ’20s, and to the unprecedented repeal of a constitutional amendment.

The 5,000 square foot exhibit features over 100 rare artifacts including:

  • A 1929 Buick Marquette. One of the bootleggers’ key innovations was the “Whiskey Six,” six-cylinder cars, such as the Buick Marquette on display, that bootleggers would modify extensively to accommodate illegal cargo and evade authorities.
  • A hatchet used by the famous saloon buster, Carry Nation.
  • A telephone used Roy Olmstead to operate his bootlegging empire. Olmstead, after leaving the Seattle police force, became the most successful bootlegger in the Pacific Northwest. He was also the plaintiff in Olmstead v. United States, one of the most important Fourth Amendment cases to arise during Prohibition.
  • Original ratification copies of the 18th and 21st Amendments.
  • Al Capone’s guilty verdict, which convicted the crime boss of not paying taxes on money earned from his illegal operations.
  • A Prohibition Bureau Badge issued by the Department of Justice.
  • Prohibition agent Eliot Ness’ signed oath of office from 1926 in which he swore to “support and defend the Constitution.”
  • Flapper dresses, cocktail couture, and other women’s and men’s fashion accessories from the 1920s.
  • Original home manufacturing items used for making moonshine, homebrewed beer, and other illegal and highly potent liquor.

American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition has been critically acclaimed for its immersive visitor experience. Visitors can:

  • Trace how the temperance movement culminated in the 18th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution with Wayne Wheeler’s Amazing Amendment Machine, a 20-foot-long, carnival-inspired contraption.
  • Sit in a pew of a recreated early 1900s church to learn about the rise of the Anti-Saloon League and take a quiz to see if they would have been a “wet” (opposed to prohibition) or a “dry” (in support of prohibition).
  • Step inside a recreated speakeasy to learn the Charleston and explore the music, fashion, and culture that made the ’20s roar.
  • View an infographic that reveals the widespread use of alcohol in 1830 (the highest year of per capita consumption on record) compared to today. Through subsequent displays, visitors learn about alcohol’s devastating impact on American society in the 1800s.
  • Test their knowledge of what could and could not be consumed under the rules of the National Prohibition Act, the 18th Amendment’s enabling legislation, in the “Is it Legal?” interactive quiz.
  • Play the role of a federal Prohibition agent chasing rumrunners in a custom-built video game.
  • Join gangsters in a criminal line up for a memorable photo opportunity.
  • View a newsreel reporting on the latest repeal-related events—projected in a 1930s-style theater.

 

National Constitution Center visitors can add the Center’s original exhibit American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition exhibit to their visit for an additional $3. Members see it free join now.

American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition was made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.

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John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Press Kit

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Spectacles and Inkwell, late 1700s – 1830

Spectacles and Inkwell, late 1700s – 1830

Courtesy of Preservation Virginia’s John Marshall House

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Regimental Muster Roll, 1778

Regimental Muster Roll, 1778

National Archives, Washington, D.C.

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The Federalist, First Edition, 1788

The Federalist, First Edition, 1788

Courtesy of David Rubenstein

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Law Commonplace Book, ca. 1780

Law Commonplace Book, ca. 1780

John Marshall Papers, Special Collections Research Center, William & Mary Libraries

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Nomination of John Marshall as Chief Justice, 1801

Nomination of John Marshall as Chief Justice, 1801

National Archives, Washington, D.C.

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Pension Claim Filed by John Marshall, 1833

Pension Claim Filed by John Marshall, 1833

National Archives, Washington, D.C.

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Autobiographical Letter, 1827

Autobiographical Letter, 1827

William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan

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John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Exhibit Installation

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Exhibit Installation

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Exhibit Installation

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Exhibit Installation

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Exhibit Installation

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Exhibit Installation

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Exhibit Installation

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Exhibit Installation

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Exhibit Installation

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice Exhibit Installation

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John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice explores the influential career of John Marshall during the early years of a new nation. Visitors will learn about Marshall’s experience as a soldier in the American Revolution, his early career as a leading lawyer in Virginia, including his role as a key supporter of the U.S. Constitution during the Virginia ratifying convention. Marshall’s career in national politics is highlighted as well, showcasing his tenure in the House of Representatives and his service as President Adams’s secretary of state. The exhibit also traces Marshall’s constitutional legacy as our nation’s fourth chief justice. This includes landmark decisions such as Marbury v. Madison and McCulloch v. Maryland, his rivalry with President Thomas Jefferson and other Democratic-Republicans, and his efforts to forge bipartisan consensus and unanimity on the early Supreme Court.

The exhibit showcases nearly 30 historic documents and rare artifacts, including Marshall’s traveling desk from the 1797 XYZ Affair (Preservation Virginia), his spectacles (Preservation Virginia), John Adams’s nomination of Marshall as chief justice (National Archives), an 1835 portrait of Marshall by Henry Inman (Philadelphia Bar Association), and an autobiographical letter written by Marshall in 1827 (William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan).

 

Also displayed in John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice:

  • Marshall’s law notebook with doodles of his future wife’s name (College of William & Mary)
  • Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Marshall showing their strained relationship (Preservation Virginia)
  • Letter from Marshall to Alexander Hamilton regarding the election of 1800 (Library of Congress)
  • Letter written by James Madison criticizing the McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) decision (The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History)
  • Supreme Court decree in Gibbons v. Ogden (1824) (National Archives)
  • Marshall’s military pension application (National Archives)

 

John Marshall: Patriot, Statesman, Chief Justice is presented in partnership with The John Marshall Foundation.

Lead sponsors for the exhibit are: Bank of America, Cozen O’Connor, Pepper Hamilton LLP, and The Philadelphia Contributionship. Additional sponsors are: Pennsylvania Bar Association and Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s Commission on Judicial Independence. The National Constitution Center and The John Marshall Foundation are grateful for these sponsorships.

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Explore Rare Constitutional Documents Online

As a bonus for our website users, the National Constitution Center’s American Treasures Interactive  (at http://treasures.constitutioncenter.org/) lets you browse four rare draft copies of the Constitution and its first printed final version.

These documents are part of our new exhibit, American Treasures: Documenting the Nation’s Founding, which explores the drafting of the U.S. Constitution in 1787, highlighting the key proposals and significant compromises that influenced the early drafts and shaped the document’s final text.

Exhibit visitors are introduced to the crucial figures who played a role in shaping the Constitution – from James Madison to James Wilson, America’s most important champion of popular sovereignty, or government by “We the People,” and Gouverneur Morris, often credited as the primary writer of the Constitution’s final text.

The exhibit includes some of the most significant constitutional treasures in American history, tracing the origin of the new form of government created by the Framers here in Philadelphia during the summer of 1787.

From the vast collections of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, these treasures include:

You can examine these five documents and learn about important facts and revisions at our Interactive presentation at https://constitutioncenter.org/treasures.

And if you are interested in seeing the exhibit in person, click on the Visit link on that page or go to https://constitutioncenter.org/experience/exhibitions/feature-exhibitions.

American Treasures: Documenting the Nation’s Founding was created in partnership with the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

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