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Rep. Charles R. Crish of Georgia at microfilm (CBS)

Sergeant Garlick somewhere in India developing 100 feet of microfilm which contains 1700 V-letters

Washington, D.C. Developing microfilm. Library of Congress

Washington, D.C. Comparing a Chinese book with the microfilm reproduction in the Oriental Division of the Library of Congress

V-mail. Paper reproductions from V-mail microfilm are developed, fixed washed and dried on a continuous paper processing machine at the Pentagon building, Washington, D.C. V-mail is available to and from the armed forces stationed outside the United States. It is only 1/65th the weight of ordinary mail and saves ninety-eight percent of the cargo space required for ordinary letters. 1,600 letters can be placed on a roll of film little larger than a pack of cigarettes

V-mail. Enlarged reproduction from V-mail microfilm are made on a continuous enlarger at the Pentagon building, Washington, D.C. V-mail is available to and from the armed forces stationed outside the United States. It is only 1/65th the weight of ordinary mail and saves ninety-eight percent of the cargo space required for ordinary letters. 1,600 letters can be placed on a roll of film little larger than a pack of cigarettes

V-mail. Letters to members of the armed forces overseas are photographed on V-mail microfilm at the Pentagon building, Washington, D.C. V-mail is available to and from the armed forces stationed outside the United States. It is only 1/65th the weight of ordinary mail and saves ninety-eight percent of the cargo space required for ordinary letters. 1,600 letters can be placed on a roll of film little larger than a pack of cigarettes

V-mail. Paper reproduction for V-mail microfilm are inspected and then cut into individual letters by the "chopper" at the Pentagon building, Washington, D.C. V-mail is available to and from the armed forces stationed outside the United States. It is only 1/65th the weight of ordinary mail and saves ninety-eight percent of the cargo space required for ordinary letters. 1,600 letters can be placed on a roll of film little larger than a pack of cigarettes

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 3

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 54

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

Confederate States of America records: Microfilm Reel 36

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