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Building Cultural History in East Tennessee

November 8th, 2007

“The work we’re doing for the East Tennessee Historical Society project is really engaging on a number of levels,” said Curt Cederquist; Vice President of Museum Sales, Maltbie. “Producing the exhibitry to be housed by a structure that is nearly 135 years old has its own challenges, but it’s extremely rewarding. It’s also wonderful to be part of a team that’s bringing these personal narratives and the story of the region to the forefront.”

In addition to integrating the new exhibitry into the original Custom’s House structure, Maltbie will also provide extensive graphic treatments and over 110 unique artifact display cases including the meticulous mounting of the case objects and artifacts.

“Maltbie will be an outstanding partner for the East Tennessee Historical Society. Their expertise with graphic treatments, interactive exhibits, and multi-media displays will be instrumental in bringing this exciting new gallery to life,” said Adam H. Alfrey, Curator of Exhibitions, East Tennessee Historical Society.

East Tennessee History Center, located in Knoxville, Tennessee, is set to open in spring 2008.

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