I offered (at a cocktail party, imagine the scenario, well into the evening) to copy a college friend's old favorite prints from some theater projects that we were in back in the early 70's. They're about 10X12, some framed/mounted, don't show any fading or yellowing and look quite neutral so I don't feel I'll need corrective filtering for that aspect. I've not done any copy work for many (many!) years, will be using medium format and have the following on hand for materials: 120 Film: Acros, PanF+, FP4+, HP5+, Neopan 400, Delta 3200, TMAX 100 and 400, XP2. Developers: All variants of PyroCat, Xtol, FG7, D-76, Microdol-X, Rodinal and chemicals to make pretty much anything, too. I just want to avoid going through the effort of taking the shots and then have overly-contrasty negatives that make printing more of a project than it would need to be. The pictures are quite sharp, well printed and I recall them being taken with a Rollei 2.8 TLR. There's an outside chance that I can get into the college archives and get the negatives but have been told that there were storage issues and they may not be accessible, still existing or usable so I'm not counting on that.