Focus on Women. [Show nos. 1-180]. [videorecording] / Produced in the studios of Cox Cable New York. 1983-1993.


Focus on Women. [Show nos. 1-180]. [videorecording] / Produced in the studios of Cox Cable New York. 1983-1993.

This portion of the collection consists of 180 half-hour interviews, with two shows on each videotape.

90 videocassettes : sd., col. ; 3/4 in.

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