Alternative Views Video Collection, 1978-1998


Alternative Views Video Collection, 1978-1998

Videocassettes, financial records, correspondence, programming materials, articles of incorporation, and by-laws comprise the Alternative Views Video Collection (1978-1998), which documents the operations of the Austin, Texas, public affairs program.

59 ft., 1 in.


SNAC Resource ID: 8113779

University of Texas Libraries

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