Washington Hospital Community Exhibit Program
Business Image Group created an extensive Community Exhibit Program using local history in a vivid "full-color" history lesson. Available for a free tour is one of the largest community history exhibits in the world. The exhibit begins with the story of the Ohlone Indians who first inhabited this land. The story of Mission San Jose, early pioneers, the development of the water system and agriculture, the Dumbarton bridge, "Hollywood North" where Bronco Billy Anderson produced countless films including Charlie Chaplin's 1915 debut and development of his immortal character, the Tramp, are all featured in detailed and informative vignettes. This program consists of 165 images in 110 individual framed displays with detailed large-type captions easy to read for all ages. The program is currently being extended to include a further 100 images and stories.

The images below are samples from a few of the exhibits. In this case the client chose handtinted black and white photos and drawings.

See the Client Case Study page on the Washington Hospital

Please scroll across the thumbnails to view all the images - click to enlarge.

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