Hello, this is Frank DeFreitas. It has been my pleasure to bring to you the Wonders of the Bible U.S. Semiquincentennial collection for the month of JUNE. Now that the July 4th holiday is upon us, it is time to go back to our regular posts.
But, before we do, I wanted to put together an index page, a table of contents, where you can find all of the collectible exhibition items together on one page.
Of course, in addition to all of the Declaration of Independence items, the exhibit also celebrates the history of our Christian Holy Bible leading up to the founding of the United States of America as well.
AND SO MUCH MORE...
This includes: Cuneiform clay tablets; ancient Hebrew scrolls; Handwritten manuscripts; rare Bible pages such as the first edition / first printing of the King James; William Tyndale; Textus Receptus; Robert Aitken; first Bibles printed in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware ...
AND YOU WON'T BELIEVE...
Your eyes when you look through the microscopes to see the world's smallest Declaration of Independence; the world's smallest handwritten Lord's Prayers; world's smallest Biblical Art; including the Smallest Lord's Prayer written by inventor Thomas Edison.
3-D Laser Holograms, Vintage Lenticulars; and 19th Century Christian Stereoview Cards
Bring Wonders of the Bible to your church group to observe the U.S. Semiquincentennial
So, as the excitement builds for the 250th birthday party of America, I hope you will keep Wonders of the Bible in mind as you plan your own celebrations.
Remember: We Can Come to YOU with our exhibit. So please don't hesitate to contact us between now and July 4th, 2026.
The title of our powerpoint presentation is: Christ, Creation, and the Declaration of Independence.
To view the posts that were made during the entire month of JUNE:
HERE IS THE LINK.
And here's the contents of the various posts that I made during this past month of JUNE. Remember, this is just a very, very, small sample of the items that are part of the Wonders of the Bible exhibits and presentations for the Semiquincentennial:
President Kennedy reads the Declaration of Independence
American Freedom Train 1975-1976
William Stone Declaration Engraving
Theodore Ohman Declaration 1942
Declaration for the Semiquincentennial Podcast
Thomas Jefferson in Philly: First Draft of Declaration
References to God in the Declaration of Independence
1947 Freedom Train Pledge
Promises of a Good Citizen 1947
William Woodruff Declaration of Independence
World War II Troops Bible
Independence Hall: Hold To Light Post Card
Dunlap Broadside in Allentown, PA
Wood Relic from Independence Hall, Philadelphia
Ronald Reagan Reads Declaration of Independence
Declaration of Independence Stereoview
Declaration of Independence Pledge Card
Philadelphia Sesqui-Centennial 1926
Declaration of Independence and Portraits of the Presidents 1859
World's Smallest Declaration of Independence
AND DON'T FORGET:
For the full effect of the scope of the Wonders of the Bible collection / exhibition you must visit the main Wonders of the Bible Web site:
AND HERE IS THE LINK TO THE WEB SITE