Thanxs Ian for the correction. I had no intention of spewing bad info. My bad.
The antique photo books are all over my desk this morning, which haven't been for a while.
A 1940 edition of "Little Technical Library, Darkroom Handbook and Formulary" shows AGFA 130-Universal paper developer. It has the exact copy as the Ansco book I quoted in above post. I quess I just didn't go back far enough before my original post. This also shows Gevaert as a stand alone company.?
Maybe you could give us all a history lesson as to how these companies evolved, merged, and disappeared.
Heck I even found Eastman D1.
Thanxs again Ian
Bud