A new exhibition is a nod to the once-existing 111th Australian General Hospital in Campbell Town.
Campbell Town Museum and Information Centre volunteer and researcher Sarah Godfrey said the opening of the exhibition fell on the same year as the 75th anniversary of the hospital closing.
"It's a big part of Campbell Town history as well as military history," she said.
The exhibition displays photos that have never been seen before, due to many being request for access only.
Also on display are obituaries and newspaper articles that reference the hospital.
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The research for the exhibition took two-and-a-half years to complete, and now sits proudly in a whole wing of the Campbell Town Museum.
The museum is open Monday-Saturday from 10am until 3pm, subject to volunteer availability.
Ms Godfrey said the next step was to build the personal stories of those involved with the AGH.
She hoped members of the community would be able to help by donating items.
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