Hi all, I had posted this in a general forum, and got the suggestion to try here. I inherited a stack of 8x10 B&W negatives from my father's days in the South Pacific in WW2. One puzzler is that there are four images per sheet. They all appear to be original exposures, not a copy job. While I do not understand how that may have been done, my real question is finding someone with an 8x10 enlarger who can make me glossy prints. My attempts at scanning and inverting the images look really bad, so I'm thinking prints are a better option, unless I'm just a failure at scanning. Dad operated his own studio from the 1940s through the 1980s and was lucky enough to work as a photographer in WW2 as well. Many of these prints are in his scrapbooks, but those prints are 75 years old, so I would like some new ones. My ideal would be someone in the Atlanta area or the southeast US in driving distance that I could make connections. Any ideas you have will be much appreciated. Thanks!