Three years after my father died, my sister discovered a bunch of World War II negatives in a box, all exposed with my father's screw-mount Leica and three lenses while he was stationed in Italy. I printed all those that were in good condition, scanned some of them, and posted some at the following link. It is so interesting seeing what old Leica lenses could successfully capture in terms of sharpness, definition, and tonality as well as what films from that period could do!
I forgot to mention that all the other images on my Flickr pages 2 through 4 (those not labeled 'WW II" and other than the studio image of my father and the park image of my mother holding my father's Leica) are mine, captured with my Leica equipment since I bought M and R bodies and lenses.
The box the negatives were found in had no contact sheets, so when I printed each negative it was like opening individual treasure chests! Additionally, my dichroic enlarger performed beautifully in terms of holding back dust and scratches! Also, today's darkroom chemicals printed each neg so easily compared to the chemicals my dad used in the 1950s, when it was hard to get dark blacks. What a joy it was printing all 30+ negatives!