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  • The making of radiographs, images produced on photographic film by a radiation other than light, especially x-rays or gamma rays. Modern radiography systems are moving away from x-ray sensitive film to produce these images, with a digital plate replacing film. For the science or practice of dealing with x-rays or nuclear radiation in general, use

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  • UF x-ray photography

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30 Archival description results for Radiography

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The discovery of x-rays

A copy of the x-ray radiographic image of Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen's wife's hand, taken in 1895, and reproduced in 1970 to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the discovery of x-ray imaging. The copy was made on Kodak RP/D X-OMAT Radiograph Duplicating Film. A piece of paper accompanying the image gives details of its creation.

Eastman Kodak Company

Making the invisible visible [information flyer]

X-ray radiograph images republished on an information flyer with a brief description of the materials being reproduced. Photographs of the Dead Sea scrolls were taken using Kodak Infrared Film, and were provided by the Palestine Archeological Museum of Jerusalem for reproduction in the flyer.

Eastman Kodak Company

Looking through gold [information flyer]

X-ray radiograph image republished on an information flyer with a brief description of the material being reproduced. A photograph of the sarcophagus of King Tutankhamon was provided by the Laboratories of the Louvre Museum for reproduction in the flyer.

Eastman Kodak Company

Len Didur - employee series

The sub-series contains 4 printed works on space photography and x-ray radiography produced by Eastman Kodak Company and either re-produced or re-distributed by Canadian Kodak Company Limited. One example of an x-ray photograph is included in this sub-series.

Didur, Len