Audiovisual collection of Ariel Dougherty, 1952-1992
Language of Materials
Conditions Governing Use
Copying. Audiovisual materials may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
39 motion picture reels
1 phonograph records
Series I, FILM AND VIDEO 1952-1992 (MP-48.1-MP-48.5, Vt-146.1-Vt-146.5, DVD-9.1), includes films made by Dougherty, either singly or in collaboration with others.
Subseries A, Completed Works, 1971-1992 (MP-48.1-MP-48.5, Vt-146.1-Vt-146.5, DVD-9.1), consists of films and videos that were either published and distributed, such as Surviva which is still in distribution, or made with a specific audience in mind.
Subseries B, Outtakes and Work Prints, 1967-1992 (MP-48.6-MP-48.27, Vt-146.6-Vt-146.35), includes material either used by Dougherty in completed works, or representing the only version of unfinished pieces such as student films.
Subseries C, Home Movies, 1952-1976 (MP-48.28-MP-48.39, Vt-146.36), contains home movies of Dougherty and her siblings, as well as films she shot of friends as an adult.
Subseries D, Related Material, 1977 (Vt-146.37), consists of an International Videoletter Dougherty received (see reels Vt-146.8-9 for outtakes relating to Dougherty's videoletter).
Series II, AUDIO MATERIALS, 1969-ca.1980 (T-349.1-T-349.4, Phon-4.1), features pieces Dougherty co-produced (including a radio drama created by teenagers), recorded, or performed on.
Formats vary, but the bulk of materials are either on small-gauge film or various video formats. Audio formats include audiocassette, reel-to-reel, and phonograph record. Reels are organized chronologically, within series.
- Series I. Film and video, 1952-1992 (MP-48.1-MP-48.39, Vt-146.1-Vt-146.37)
- Series II. Audio materials, 1969-ca.1980 (T-349.1-T-349.4, Phon-4.1)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The audiovisual material of Ariel Dougherty was given by Ariel Dougherty to the Schlesinger Library in 2005.
By: Melissa Dollman
- Amateur films
- Bronxville (N.Y.)--Social life and customs--20th century
- DVD-Video discs
- East Hampton (N.Y.)--Social life and customs--20th century
- Feminism--United States
- Feminist films--United States
- Lesbian artists--United States
- Lesbians--United States
- Motion picture producers and directors--United States
- Motion pictures
- New York (N.Y.)--Social life and customs--20th century
- Phonograph records
- Prisoners as artists
- Radio programs
- Women artists--United States
- Women journalists
- Women motion picture producers and directors--United States
- Women's music
- Women--Social networks
- Young artists
- Dougherty, Ariel. Audiovisual collection of Ariel Dougherty, 1952-1992: A Finding Aid
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