LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- 100 years of Coca-Cola history will be on display at the Clinton Presidential Library beginning Saturday, November 6.
The exhibit starts at the library entrance with a yellow delivery truck from 1949. The temporary display also includes Andy Warhol pieces, never before seen Norman Rockwell paintings and the sketch that inspired the original coke bottle. That sketch is from 1915.
Organizers say it took two years to put the show together.
"It's a huge breakthrough for us. It means that some of the bottles you're going to see in the future. The PTE bottles are 100 percent made out of plant based material which is a sustainable way to move forward in the future," said Ted Ryan, a Coca-Cola historian.
You can see it at the Clinton Library until February 15.