Try Commonwealth Films in Richmond, VA.
Call the Communications/Film depts at universities such as American
University in Washington, DC. or Towson University in Maryland.
On Mon, 12 Apr 1999, RUBEN GARCIA-LOUREDA DIAZ wrote:
> at Kodak (spain) they told me that they do not develope that kind of film
> anymore. Do you think I should try in UK????
> Thanks in advance
> At 22:50 9/04/99 +0200, you wrote:
> >>Does anybody know any place in the US or Europe that develope this film?
> >Try sending your cartridge to "Kodak Lab" and one of the following adresses:
> >Belgium: Steenstraat 20, 1800 Koingslo-Vivoorde
> >Germany: 70323 Stuttgart
> >France: Europarc, 1 rue le Corbusler 94039 Crèteil Cedex
> >Italy: Caretta Postale 11057, 20100 Milan
> >The Netherlands: Coencoop 17 Postbus 189, 2740 AD Waddinxveen
> >UK: P.O. Box 2, Deer Park Road, Wimbeldon, London SW19 3UG
> >Ingvald Bergsagel - Rosteds gate 9 - 0178 OSLO
> >phone: 22113552 / 93498422
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