The collection of negatives is quite interesting - it consists of a series of shots of school children, mostly taken outdoors in a park, although some are inside a school. They are all either 6x6 or 6x9 negatives. I'm not an expert in Central European dress styles through the ages, but they look as if they could have been taken in the late 1930s. If that is the case, I can't help but wonder what happened to these children through the war years - Hungary suffered particularly badly during that time, as we know.
Anyway, I printed a few of the group shots out...
This one above I really like - books open on the grass, very relaxed and informal. And an interesting background and sky as well.
A difficult one to print, this last one, being half in shadow and half in sun. The subjects are clear enough though, which is the important thing.
All printed on Ilford RC Warmtone, for a change. More to come next Friday.