Here is a picture taken on FP4Plus last month at Henley Regatta. Because the scene photographed would have been much the same in 1900 it seemed to be in the spirit of your challenge! Also trying to keep within the spirit of your challenge, I had the film developed and printed by via Ilford by mail-order and (carefully) scanned the 6x9" print on a flatbed scanner. The only potatochopping, apart from resizing, was to remove a couple of dust spots which weren't on the print. The camera was a Voigtlander Bessa (6x9 cm, 120 film) which I've owned since 1953 but not used since 1959 when I moved to 35mm. The print is about as sharp as examples in my album from 50 years ago. I stopped using the camera and shifted to 35mm when colour transparencies became the thing we all wanted.
The camera wasn't at all new when I was given it. The distances are in feet and the depth-of-field table on the back is in English so it was presumably made for the British or American market but I haven't a clue whether it is pre- or post-WWII. Back in the '50s some of the fabric started peeling off so I replaced it with self adhesive vinyl, which is starting to peel off now in its turn! The only work I did this time was to unscrew the rear lens element and clean all four exposed lens surfaces (which were covered in grime).