Our final Bob Delmonteque nude shows him looking at a contact sheet of photos of himself. Contact sheets were a pre-digital method to save money when a large number of film shots had been taken. Rather than invest in the full process and cost of printing each negative, this "down and dirty" method allowed inexpensive, but low quality, multiple images to be printed on a single large page. The quality was just good enough, however, to let the photographer know which ones were worth the full printing process. I recognize quite a few of these from my Douglas of Detroit collection, so I can attribute this to him. Needless to say, original contact sheets are rare and highly collectible.