Hello In the family archives of Adele I found this folder with negatives. I need to scan these negatives for preservation and then to print out the results on photographic paper. I used to scan 35mm negatives using the supplied film holder. Is it possible to scan these 6x9 inch negatives? I have a Epson 3170 Photo scanner. Thanks
A look, first at a sample print made from a negative not included in your post, and then a view of the film samples indicates you have composite (line and halftone) negatives. If the fidelity of those files is to be maintained, your best option is to avoid a lens altogether.
Purchase ortho litho film and chemistry. A Google browse should turn up a source for film and chemistry supplies.
Buy or make a simple contact frame.
Remove the films from the goldenrod paper and give them a thorough cleaning.
Under red safelight contact an existing film to the unexposed film emulsion-to-emulsion. That will produce a film positive.
Repeat the process using the dried positive, again emulsion-to-emulsion. Since, the starting images are composites, the halftones consist of what are called hard dots (I would guess 133 or 150/lpi) and an exact duplicate is not difficult to make.