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    I'm old enough to remember when 35mm Kodachrome came in a screw-top aluminum can, with the cloth bag that you used for mailing the film back for processing. However, I'm not old enough to know when black-and-white 35mm film first came on the market or how it was packaged back then. I have a few 2-1/4 color transparencies that are slightly pre-WWII, so I presume that they were Kodachrome; would this have been in a canister for mailing?

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    All the 35mm slide film I shot in the Navy in the early 60's came that way. I can't remember when the plastic flip-top type came along. I used the cloth mail-in bags for a long time, then I think they changed to some sort of paper bag. And I shot Kodak 35mm B&W in the Philippines in 1961 and 1962, so B&W was at least that early.

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