|Title||Eastman Kodak Film|
.01 Fine Grain Positive Safety Film P-402
.02 Spectrum Analysis No. 2 Safety film ST-402
.01 Yellow cardboard box with black print. "Kodak Fine Grain Positive Safety film, for copying and for making positive transparencies from 35mm miniature camera negatives." "Develop before Dec. 1955."
.02 Same except for the name of the film and description of use. "Develop before July 1952."
|Caption||Eastman Kodak Film|
|Provenance||These special films were made used in the NHLBI. The Fine Grain Positive film was used to make positive transparencies from negatives from a 35mm miniature camera attached to a microscope. The Spectrum Analysis film is usually used in astronomy, but could have been used in Dr. Robert Bowman's spectrophotometer work.|
|Number of images||1|
|Organizations||NIH; NHLBI, Laboratory of Technical Development|
|Buildings||Building 10 ("CC" Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center)|
|NIH Property #||none|
|Old NIH Property #||none|
|Serial #||.01 5302-101-54 .02 5208-47-01|
Bowman, Robert L.