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Alton, John. Painting with Light. New York, NY: The Macmillan Company, 1949.
Poster and calendar for February 1975. Performance by Walter Wright.., undated.
"Picture of Video Bed." Arts Magazine 47 (1973).
Playback 1996: Video Preservation Roundtable. BAVC, 1996.
Bernstein, Charles. Poetics: State of the Art., undated.
Blumberg, Skip. Postcard to Experimental TV Center. March 1975., 1975.
Bronson, A. A., and Peggy Gale. Performance by Artists, Edited by A. A. Bronson. Toronto: Art Metropole, 1979.
Burnham, Jack. "Problems of Criticism: Art and Technology." Artforum 9 (1971).
Caplan, Elliot. "Producing Videodance." Videography 10, no. 9 (1985).
Product Sheet for "Col-R-Tel Color Converter, Your Answer to Color TV".. Columbia City, Indiana, 1955.
Preliminary Report of the Committee on Film and Television Resources and Services: Mohonk Conference., 1975.
Conway, Paul. "Preservation in the Digital World." CLIR Reports January, no. 1998 (undated).
D'Agostino, Peter, and Lew Thomas. Photography: The Problematic Model, Edited by Peter D'Agostino. San Francisco: NFS Press, 1981.
Daedalus. "Print Culture and Video Culture." Daedalus Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences III, no. 4 (1982).
Daedalus. "Print Culture and Video Culture." Daedalus Fall (1982).
Depocas, Alain. Permanence Through Change: The Variable Media Approach, Edited by Alain Depocas, Jon Ippolito and Caitlin Jones. NY and Montreal: Solomon Guggenheim Foundation and the Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and Technology, 2003.
Downing, John. Political Video in the United States: A Statement for the 1990s. In At Arm's Length (Osborn) which see.., 1990.
Dunn, David. Pioneers of Electronic Art, Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Peter Campus. Syracuse: Everson Museum of Art., undated.
Poster for Paul Ott and Fred Kessler exhibition at Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, January 2 - 31, 1975. Included 2 day demonstration of Paik Abe Video Synthesizer by Walter Wright and Experimental Television Center.., 1975.
Brewster, Richard, and Shuya Abe. Paik-Abe Video Synthesizer Documentation, Brewster D+7A Extension, MC 1372 Color Video Monitor Circuit, Basic 5, Cherry Keyboard. Binghamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, undated.
Poster. Video and Dancing in Binghamton. February 21 - 22, 1975. at Experimental Television Center. In conjunction with the American Dance Asylum.., undated.
Fifer, Sally Jo, and Debbie Hess Norris Paige Ramey Karen Weiner and Tamara Gould, Luke Hones. Playback: A Preservation Primer for Video, Edited by Sally Jo Fifer. San Francisco, CA: BAVC, 1998.
Gever, Martha. "Pomp and Circumstances: The Coronation of Nam June Paik." Afterimage 10, no. 3 (1982).
Goldberg, Roselee. Performance Art. London, 1988.
Gordon, George N.. Persuasion: The Theory and Practice of Manipulative Communications. NY: Hastings House, 1971.
Gorewitz, Shalom. "Passages at the Experimental TV Center." The Independent 6, no. 9 (1983): 19.
Preliminary Operation and Service Manual for GPL Three Lens Turret Camera Supplement to Basic Manual for Precision Television System Model PD-150. Pleasantville, NY: General Precision Inc., 1958.
Halleck, DeeDee. "Public Radio and Television in America: A Political History." Afterimage (1998).
Haller, Robert. "Perspectives on Preserving Independently Produced Videotapes." Video Texts: 1983 (1983).