The one picture I liked from the last roll through my KW Patent Etui was this shot of the UNM Zimmerman Library.
Most of the other frames included a substantial portion of bright overcast sky. The uncoated lens elements in the Tessar tend to produce a lot of flare in such light which washes out tonal values and destroys detail. A lens hood may have helped avoid some of the flare I suppose.
I was pleased nevertheless that all the negatives had good overall density thanks to a new bottle of Kodak HC110 developer. I had been using LegacyPro L110 for some time before with good results, but the last two bottles gave me negatives that looked a couple stops under-exposed. I have not seen similar complaints from other users of L110, but I was not willing to gamble on another round of poor results. I decanted the liter bottle of HC110 into four small glass bottles to avoid oxidation, and I'm hopeful that will keep me going for a good while with the Tri-X, Kentmere and Fomapan which I am currently shooting.