Kodak Velox Rapid paper was a fiber based photographic paper used to create prints from photographic negatives.the F3 designation means that this is a medium-high contrast paper, best used for negatives a little on the under exposed side.
Would this be a journey of discovery filled with adventure and self realization?
The kind of thing that ends with me staring out a train window as I rumble across the great plains contemplating my victory and lamenting the losses I suffered for it?
The same green Jello you eat at 3am while watching monster movies on that channel no one watches at any other time.
The gelatin and chemicals have a recommended shelf life before they begin to degrade and ~theoretically~ become unusable.
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However, for those who may need to pinpoint the time / dates - there is another link related to the post above which discusses more in detail where to look on negatives or film if forensics discovery is needed.
Hope this helps someone else as I have searched on and off for a few years with no luck.
Often times you will see old film begin to show a color shift and lower sensitivity.
To a certain extent these effects can be slowed down through refrigeration and proper storage.
You can some times use clothing styles, but that usually is only accurate to decades or so, not specific years like you want.