In 1936, the manager of a film processing station in Chicago noticed periodic density variations occuring in rolls of 16‐mm film sent in by mail for processing. The possibility that these rolls had been irradiated by unprotected shipments of medical radium or radon in the mails was suspected, and inquiry at the Chicago Post Office proved this to be the case.

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