May 4, 2010
Beginning Friday, visitors to Colonial Williamsburg can view a sculpture exhibit depicting President Barack Obama's inauguration.
The traveling exhibit is called "The Inauguration of History of Hope." It will remain on display at Bruton Heights School Education Center through May 17.
The exhibit features life-size bronze statues of Obama, first lady Michelle Obama, daughters Sasha and Malia Obama and Chief Justice John Roberts. Roberts administered the oath of office to the president on Inauguration Day.
Colonial Williamsburg benefactors Doug Morton and Marilyn Brown
commissioned the sculptures.
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