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That film has an ASA speed rating printed on it, rather than the current ISO nomenclature.

That indicates it is at least 25 years old, and more likely older.

It has likely undergone at least some deterioration over that period of time. This means that it would be hard to predict whether it will perform well, perform adequately or disappoint entirely.

If you had a bunch of the film, and at least some indication that it had all been stored together, we could give you advice on how to test it for usability and how to modify your technique to take into account its age.

But without at least a couple of rolls to first "waste" on tests, it would be a bad idea to take any photos on it that might matter.

A fun experiment might be to shoot a new roll of Tri-X beside this roll, and see how they compare.