Worcester’s tradition is now being honored at the Maine State Museum.On Monday a special exhibit was unveiled at the Augusta museum in honor of Morrill Worcester and his company.All the items were donated by Worcester.The L.L. Bean jacket he wore every year to deliver the Arlington wreaths is on display as well as a painting by Bangor artist Normand Martin that took more than fourteen hundred hours to finish. “This would represent living history as compared to the history that Maine state museum normally collects,” Said the museum’s archives curator Deanna Bonner-Ganter. “But we realized the merit of this project. Everything we have here are either gifts from Morrill Worcester from his person or awards.”The Maine State Museum is open Tuesday through Friday nine to five.