The photographs displayed at the Orange Health Service give a glimpse into the life of locals and occupations between 1955 to 1974.
It also shows how technology has changed the way people work.
Over one million negatives were donated by the Central Western daily to the Orange and District Historical Society in 2010, with more than 75 on public display.
This was to ensure the photographs would be preserved and shared as an important part of Orange's historical records.
The All In A Day's Work exhibition is part of an arts and health partnership between Orange Health Service and Orange City Council.
This partnership allows an extensive range of original artworks and historical items to be on display for over 200,000 people per year in a healthcare setting.
Patients and visitors who will go see the installation at the health service may also recognise some familiar faces and places from more than 60 years ago.
In 2019, the Orange Regional Museum won the IMAGinE award from Museums and Galleries of NSW for the exhibition.
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