I hung out with a long time friend today whom I haven't seen in a while. Among other things he had to show me, was his dad's old Auto Graflex Junior (2 1/4 X 3 1/4 ?) camera, Looking at it, we noticed there was a film pack in it. Counting the number of paper tabs remaining we found there were 3 shots left in the 14 shot pack of Kodak Tri-X Pan Professional film, so we fired off those 3 final frames! He said that he had probably shot the remainder of the pack, sometime in the 1960s (he being 71 years old currently to my 64). That size film would NOT be my choice for regular shooting, too close to medium format- like I would not go out and buy one of these. But it might be fun to mess around with the camera a bit. Wondering IF anyone knows of somebody who would clean the camera up, maybe do a full-on CLA on it? Also, I feel like he should send the film out for processing, but would any old "normal" lab be able to handle this film? Since the film was in the camera all these decades (!!), no doubt was not refrigerated or anything... I suspect the prospects are slim for any recovery of photos.... yet I still feel compelled to get it developed just to see!