So I recently acquired a nice No. 2 Bulls-Eye Kodak from 1898 with two empty spools in it. Now I know that 101 roll film went the way of the dodo in 1956 and that Central Camera in Chicago no longer carries it either. Since I want to use this camera and not be limited to single sheets of film or photo paper I figured that I could make some film by soaking 3.5" paper in Rockwell's Liquid Light to make a negative material. I know it would be slow but paper negatives were the first kind of film. The problem is that I cannot find any source of 3.5" wide paper, acetate or plastic film anywhere and was wondering if you guys had any comments or ideas?