GREENVILLE — Replicas of some of America’s greatest treasures are coming to Greenville.

The Greenville News reports the touring version of the Library of Congress will spend Tuesday and Wednesday at the parking lot of Cline Hose & Hydraulics near the Upcountry History Museum downtown.

The customized truck will include replicas of the 1507 Waldseemuller Map, which was the first to reference America, and a rough draft of the Declaration of Independence.

The exhibits also include reproductions of the 1455 Gutenburg Bible, a draft of Jelly Roll Morton’s famous jazz composition “Frog-I-More Rag” and drawings from a 1962 book that introduced Spider-man.