“It is a good thing and will be accepted,” an anonymous participant in the 1787 Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia wrote on Vassar’s copy of the final draft of the United States Constitution.  The document—one of two in existence—was among 70 rare historical documents on display in the Library’s exhibition, “Treasures of Americana, 1760-1830.”   Other documents on display included “a letter from a Revolutionary War soldier to his wife, a 54-page diatribe by Alexander Hamilton against President John Adams’s ‘unfortunate character’ and an 1818 petition to President James Monroe from several Indian chiefs.”     The New York Times