so, the paper negative rolls that were loaded in his KODAK cameras
were actually printed by sliding the emulsion off the paper, and contact printing them ?
i would have imagined when the roll paper negatives were processed
the emulsion would slide off the support and be lost.
when i taught myself dry plate making, that was my biggest problem
the sub/binding layer ... lots of nice emulsion just slid down the drain.
i was under the impression that they were paper to paper contact prints
which professionals - "poo-poo'd " since the positive prints weren't as sharp as dry plates &c ..
and it was this that led GE to roll film.
good luck with your print