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Conditions Governing Use
Copying. Audiotapes may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
Series I. CONCERTS, 1975-1993 (#1-45), contains recordings of Dobkin's concerts and other performances.
Series II. LECTURES AND INTERVIEWS, 1982-1990 (#46-56), contains recordings of several of Dobkin's lectures, including her talk on Top 40 music lyrics, and interviews with her. Two tapes from her trip to Australia in 1988 include a discussion with Koori women.
Series III. DOBKIN'S PERSONAL COLLECTION OF WOMEN'S MUSIC, 1979-1995 (#57-139), contains commercially released music and demo tapes by other musical performers or groups.
- Series I. CONCERTS, 1975-1993 (#1-45)
- Series II. LECTURES AND INTERVIEWS, 1982-1990 (#46-56)
- Series III. DOBKIN'S PERSONAL COLLECTION OF WOMEN'S MUSIC, 1979-1995 (#57-139)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
These audiotapes were included with the papers of Alix Dobkin, that were given to the Schlesinger Library in 2000 by Alix Dobkin.
By: Melissa Dollman
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- Dobkin, Alix. Audiotape collection of Alix Dobkin, 1975-1995: A Finding Aid
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