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Non-text sources can add dimension and nuance to your research. Follow the links on this page to find films, videos, newsreels, radio broadcasts, speeches, oral histories, interviews, music, and other a/v materials in subscription databases and on the open web.
Resources are arranged in the following categories, with some overlap when resources contain materials in multiple formats: A/V Research Guides & Catalogs, Moving Images, Music, Notable A/V Collections, Oral History, Radio, Spoken Word, and Theatre.
Also see how to Find A/V Materials in WorldCat and ArchiveGrid.
Consult the following research guides for additional ideas and information:
In addition to going directly to likely sources of A/V content like those listed in this guide, you can also search WorldCat and ArchiveGrid for specific audio visual titles and collections of audio visual materials in various formats, including oral history, film, video, and recorded sound. WorldCat is a union library catalog and ArchiveGrid is a database of collection descriptions. See details below.