I started with a Kodak Brownie 127, Verichrome Pan and Johnsonson Unitoll developer and Johnsons fixer in the early 1960's, paper was a mistake as I was sold a Kodak contact paper and enlargements were painfully slow. The we were banned from the darkroom as a friend flodded it

More serious photography with my first SLR was with FP3 and Promicrol printed on Kodak Bromide or Bromesko developed in D163 (Kodak's main UK print and universal developer). I also used very early ex-military surplus PE papers long before Ilfospeed was released.