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Ampex Audio-Video Systems Catalog. Redwood City, CA: Ampex Corporation, undated.
Acconci, Vito. A Retrospective1969 to 1980. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art,, 1980.
Arendt, Hannah. The Human Condition. NY: Doubleday/Anchor Press, 1959.
Ancona, Victor. "Mary Lucier's Art: Light as Visual Image." Videography 4, no. 7 (1979).
Allied Radio Knight Kit Electronic VTVM Instruction for Assembling Kit., 1956.
Bode, Peer, and Dave Jones Jessie Shefrin. and Andrew Deutsch. Interview with Steina Vasulka by Peer Bode, Andrew Deutsch, Dave Jones and Jessie Shefrin. April 1, 1998., 1998.
Ancona, Victor. "San Francisco Video Festival." Videography 7, no. 5 (1982).
Amato, Mia. "Independent Video in San Francisco." Videography 5, no. 2 (1980).
Paik, Nam June, and Shuya Abe. Eigenwelt Der Apparate-Welt, Pioneers of Electronic Art: Nam June Paik & Shuya Abe, Paik/Abe Video Synthesizer (Keyer & Colorizer) & Scan Modulator (a.k.a. "the Wobbulator"), 1970., Edited by David Dunn. Linz, Austria: Ars Electronica, 1992.
Ancona, Victor. "Museum of Modern Art Moves into Video Distribution." Videography 8, no. 4 (1983).
Ancona, Victor. "A Tour at New York's Whitney Museum." Videography 1, no. 9 (1976).
Various Product brochures including "101 Ways To Get More Out Of Your Video Equipment" (2), Adwar Post Production Keyer, Burst Adder, Portable Sync Generator, Chroma Keyer (modified Sony DXC-1600 CCU), Portable Color "Hip Switcher", Low Light Level Ampli. New York, New York: Adwar Video Corporation, undated.
Owner's Manual: The Arp Synthesizer Series 2500. Newton, MA: Arp Instruments, Inc., 1974.
Ancona, Victor. "Video Documentaries: Are They Fact or Fiction." Videography 5, no. 6 (1980).
Masterpieces of Moving Image Technology. Astoria, NY: American Museum of the Moving Image, 1989.
Anderson, Birger, and Scanimate Computer Image. Computer Image Corporation reprint of article, "Case Study: A look At Video Animation". Broadcast Enginnering., 1979.
Ancona, Victor. "Anda Korsts: Chicago's Troubled Video Artist." Videography 3, no. 1 (1978).
Agetstein, Stephen. "San Francisco Video Festival." Video 80 2, no. 1 (1982).
"various articles." Artscanada: The Issue of Video Art XXX, no. 4 (1973).
Ampex VPR-5800 Color Video Production Recorder, Dramatic Ampex 1 Inch VPR Versatility, Features, and Ease. Also VPR-5200, VPR-4500.. Elk Grove Village, Ilinois: Ampex Corporation, undated.
A Space. German Video and Performance. Toronto: A Space, 1980.
Antin, David. "Video: The Distinctive Features of the Medium." Video Art (1974).
Ancona, Victor. "The State of the Art." Videography 4, no. 1 (1979).
Akai VP-7350US/UJ and VU-7350US/UJ Service Manual; Akai VP-7300U Operator's Manual; VP-7350U and VU-7350US Operator's Manual; VC-X1U Color Video Camera. Tokyo, Japan: Akai Electric Co., undated.
Catalog of Audio Visual Equipment and Materials. Syracuse, NY: Audio Visual Systems, Inc., undated.
Ancona, Victor. "Artists' Tapes at Home: Reality or Delusion." Videography 6, no. 12 (1981).
Ancona, Victor. "Videomania at the Whitney: Replay of Nam June Paik's Retrospective." Videography 7, no. 10 (1982).
Operation and Preliminary Maintenance Information for the (Ampex) CC 326 Series (Television) Cameras (2 copies). Elk Grove Village, Ilinois: Ampex Corporation, undated.
Adler, Richard. Understanding Television: Television as a Social and Cultural Force, Edited by Richard Adler. New York: Praeger, 1981.
Armes, Roy. On Video. NY: Routledge, 1988.

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