"Kodak Data Book on Formulas and Processing" New Edition Punched for Kodak Reference Handbook.
Copyright 1941, 1943 Eastman Kodak Company 5-3/4" x 8-1/2" 45 pages Softcover booklet punched for Kodak Reference Handbook. Booklet cover hides the holes. Cover has a mild fold in center.
Some topics: Processing Principles: Develops and developer solution, stop baths, replenishers, washing, more. Processing Technique: for Films, tank development for sheets, plates, roll films,, Drying Films and plates, more Formulas Index Table: Development - Kodak sheet films & plates Table: " " films & Paper
Back cover folds out and has a Formula Quantity Conversion Calculator, uncut.
Moderate shelf wear, back bottom edge has a couple bumped areas. Overall in good condition. Pages clean.
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