A statue dedicated to the world’s great poets and thinkers is being installed at the U.S. Capitol.
The statue, in honor of the 100th anniversary of The New York Times, will be unveiled on Thursday.
It will be the first of several statues to be erected by the National Constitution Center in the capital over the next year.
The statue, named after John Quincy Adams, was commissioned by the U,S.
Constitution Committee, and will be in the U and S rotunda.
The inscription on the statue reads, “The Statue of Liberty.
Her voice has always been the voice of reason, liberty and justice.”
A new statue to mark the 100-year anniversary of the New York City newspaper The New Yorker will be placed in the rotunda of the Capitol.
It will be located at the entrance to the Capitol rotunda on the north side of the building.
The U.,S., Constitution Committee is a nonprofit organization that is funded by the federal government.
The committee oversees the construction of the statue and other public memorials to the Founding Fathers.