- c. 1930
A Colorol photograph of roses in a flower bed, taken by an unknown photographer, c. 1930.
Colorol film was produced in America by the Agfa-Ansco Corporation. Colorol was a 'tripack' colour process which used three films sandwiched together (each sensitive to one of the primary colours) to create colour separation negatives. These negatives were processed at the Agfa-Ansco factory to produce colour prints.
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- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
- Permanent collection
- National Science and Media Museum
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