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I am scanning family photos going back to about 1900. I have the negatives and I know I should have all the info I need right there to date them without even looking at the image. I found a couple sites on Kodak edge codes but I am not finding the markings from my negatives. I'm pulling my hair out from googling. I don't want to get into cloths and sluething dates (I know the approximate time) I'm looking for charts and simple explanations of how to tell the year a film was made.
Thank you for your help.
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