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Guide to the Lucy Thane Riot Grrrl Collection
ca. 1993-1995
 MSS 287

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Collection processed by Laura Newsome, 2010. Updated by Charlie Morgan, 2016.

This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit on January 22, 2016
Description is in English.

Container List

Series I: Audiovisual Material

Conditions Governing Access

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Subseries A: Access Copies

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0021 Liz and Kathleen, Bull and Gate B-K Show and Audience in Toilets

Scope and Content

This video consists of performance footage and interviews with Kathleen Hanna of Bikini Kill and Liz Naylor of Catcall Records from March and April 1993, when Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear were on tour in the United Kingdom.

Naylor discusses a Huggy Bear and Bikini Kill show at TJs in Newport, Wales on March 8th 1993 in which Hanna used male bouncers to ensure the safety of female fans from abusive men in the audience. Naylor also talks about the bands re-approaching the performer-audience relationship; fanzines as a democratic and inexpensive medium; the barriers to entry into the music industry; misogyny within the music industry; the meaning of riot grrrl, and about the importance of documenting women’s history.

Hanna and Naylor listen to a recording of the Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear show in Newport, Wales, and discuss abusive men in the crowd at a show at the Warehouse in Derby, England on March 15th 1993. The Newport show features an impromptu chant of ‘Rebel Girl’ from the crowd, as well as Hanna ejecting a man for throwing beer on other people. Hanna discusses being verbally abused at a show in Boston from a man who also punched her roadie Laura. That same man went on to murder a woman with a gun. Hanna talks about the importance of combatting misogyny at shows, since it is perpetuated by the same men who violently assault women outside of shows. Hanna and Naylor argue over the role of agents in the booking process and the nature of artistic self-management.

The tape ends with footage of Bikini Kill performing at the Bull & Gate in Kentish Town, London, England on April 3rd 1993. The show features Kathleen Hanna reading a poem entitled Ragdoll, in which she argues against magazines such as NME and Melody Maker. Post-show footage in the women’s bathrooms at the Bull & Gate features female fans discussing the meaning of Riot Grrrl and the politics of wearing makeup.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 02:52:11

Original Format: Video 8mm

1/3/93-3/4/93
Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0023 Bikini Kill Sheffield University

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 01:34:36

Original Format: Video 8mm

Scope and Content

This video primarily consists of footage of Bikini Kill performing at the University of Sheffield in Sheffield, England on March 5th 1993. Footage is partly repeated on tapes 287.0025, 287.0027, 287.0041, 287.0043, and 287.0045.

The tape begins with backstage footage of Huggy Bear and Bikini Kill band members at the University of Sheffield, and brief footage of Huggy Bear performing. During Bikini Kill’s performance, Kathleen Hanna, Billy Karren, Tobi Vail and Kathi Wilcox swap instruments. Hanna asks all girls to come to the front of the crowd, and tells the audience that Riot Grrrl Press can offer financial support to any girls or women who are making fanzines and who want to get them printed, copied, or distributed in the United States. She also passes on a message from a girl in the crowd who wants to form a band, and discusses homophobic graffiti she saw in the bathroom. The footage of the show is repeated, but from several different angles.

5/3/93
Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0025 Bikini Kill, Manchester

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 01:53:35

Original Format: Video 8mm

Scope and Content

This video consists of footage of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear while on tour in the United Kingdom in 1993 including backstage and soundchecking footage likely from a show at the Boardwalk in Manchester, England on March 7th 1993, as well as live footage that is probably from a show at the University of Sheffield in Sheffield, England on March 5th 1993

Kathi Wilcox and Tobi Vail read Vail’s zine Jigsaw while backstage at the Boardwalk. Huggy Bear and Bikini Kill soundcheck before the show. Footage is partly repeated on 287.0039.

Hanna discusses letters she receives from fans, and the responsibility of being a role model. Members of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear discuss media responses to Riot Grrrl, and the ways in which the movement intersects with age, race, and physical attractiveness. Hanna talks about the problems Jean Smith of Mecca Normal has with Riot Grrrl. Footage is partly repeated on 287.0039.

Backstage footage of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear band members putting on makeup, looking at photographs and writing setlists. Footage is partly repeated on 287.0039.

Footage of Huggy Bear and Bikini Kill performing. Footage is partly repeated on 287.0023, 287.0027, 287.0041, 287.0043, and 287.0045. See 287.0023 for a full description

7/3/93
Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0027 Sheffield / Leeds, Kathleen and audience interviews

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 01:33:40

Original Format: Video 8mm

Scope and Content

The tape primarily consists of footage of Bikini Kill performing at the University of Sheffield in Sheffield, England on March 5th 1993. Footage is partially repeated on 287.0023, 287.0025, 287.0041, 287.0043, and 287.0045.

Footage of Huggy Bear performing at either the University of Sheffield in Sheffield, England on March 5th 1993 or at the Duchess of York in Leeds, England on March 13th 1993, including the song ‘Boy Girl Revolution’, and footage of Kathi Wilcox of Bikini Kill watching them perform.

The tape ends with footage of Bikini Kill performing at the University of Sheffield in Sheffield, England. See 287.0023 for a full description. This footage may be intercut with footage of Bikini Kill performing at the Duchess of York in Leeds, England on March 13th 1993 but this cannot be confirmed.

13/3/93
Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0029 Bikini Kill, Liz Naylor interview

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 02:52:11

Original Format: Video 8mm

Scope and Content

This video consists of footage of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear while on tour in the United Kingdom in 1993, as well as interviews with Liz Naylor of Catcall Records, Ana da Silva and Shirley O’Loughlin of the Raincoats, Bikini Kill band members, and various fans of Bikini Kill.

Kathleen Hanna, Tobi Vail and Kathi Wilcox discuss how they formed as a band, male reactions to Billy Karren being in Bikini Kill, male violence at Bikini Kill shows, and previous shows at the Duchess of York in Leeds, England, at the Warehouse in Derby, England, and at Edwards No. 8 in Birmingham, England.

Footage of Bikini Kill performing at the 1 in 12 Club in Bradford, England on March 17th 1993. Post-show footage in the women’s bathrooms, where Lucy Thane asks women if they are in bands and discusses the fanzine Ablaze! with one of its creators.

Footage from the outside of a venue at which Huggy Bear and Hole are performing a women’s only show. Evidence suggests this was the show at Subterania in London, England on March 31st 1993, but this cannot be confirmed.

Liz Naylor discusses whether she defines herself as a riot grrrl; how reading an interview with Bikini Kill encouraged her to form her own record label; her history of involvement in the punk scene; similarities and differences between punk and Riot Grrrl; sexism in the music industry, and about her experiences on the 1993 UK Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear.

Post-show footage in the women’s bathrooms at the Bull & Gate in London, England, after the Bikini Kill, Blood Sausage, and Linus show on April 3rd 1993. Women discuss the response of magazines such as Melody Maker and NME to Riot Grrrl, and Thane interviews a woman who was a member of the collectives that produced the magazines Shocking Pink and Bad Attitude.

Kathi Wilcox discusses music with Ana da Silva of the Raincoats and Shirley O’Loughlin, who was the manager of the Raincoats, in a kitchen in West London.

1/4/93
Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287. 0031 Kathleen and Girls interview, Leeds

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 01:26:30

Original Format: Video 8mm

Scope and Content

This video consists of footage and interviews filmed on the day of the Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear show at the Duchess of York in Leeds, England on March 13th 1993. The interviews are with Kathleen Hanna and various female fans of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear.

The tape begins with footage of Bikini Kill setting up and soundchecking.

Hanna - interviewed in a restaurant - discusses influences and role models; she talks about how Kathy Acker encouraged her to form a band at a writing workshop. Hanna also talks about a childhood experience performing on stage; the paradoxes of interacting with female journalists from mainstream media publications, and about issues of race and racism within punk music and Riot Grrrl and her desire to do coalition work with women of color.

Crowd footage at the Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear show in Leeds and post-show interviews in the women’s bathrooms at the Duchess of York.

Footage of two women on stage during Huggy Bear’s performance and a subsequent discussion and argument between the band, the women on stage, and the audience, about politics and music. The band later has an argument with men in the audience.

Post-show interviews with female fans of the band, including the two women who had been on the stage. Women talk about men wanting to be involved with Riot Grrrl, and about the importance of spaces for women.

Post-show interview with a band called The Postcards who discuss their difficulty in performing at Riot Grrrl shows in Leeds because there are men in the band, and because they are perceived as too ‘poppy’.

9/5/94
Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0033 Liz interview

Scope and Content

This video predominantly consists of footage unrelated to Riot Grrrl or punk music. It also contains an interview with Liz Naylor. The first hour and 40 minutes comprises footage shot of and by teenagers in London, England. This includes a visit to Abney Park Cemetery in Stoke Newington. The end of the tape cosnsits of footage of Liz Naylor discusses queercore music, the band Sister George, and the differences between queer music and queer politics in the United Kingdom, San Francisco, and in New York City. This footage is a fragment of 287.0035.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 02:05:00

Original Format: Video 8mm

9/5/94
Shelf: Media Media : ID:287.0035 Queercore UK copy; Clissold Park, Liz - Builders' Arms

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 01:17:46

Original Format: VHS

Scope and Content

This video consists of footage of Clissold Park in Stoke Newington, London, England, and an interview with Liz Naylor. The interview consists of footage also on 287.0033.

Lucy Thane interviews individuals in Clissold Park about queercore music and mainstream gay culture. Naylor discusses queercore music; the band Sister George, and the differences between queer music and queer politics in the United Kingdom, San Francisco, and in New York City. Naylor also talks about the relationship between queercore and riot grrrl; the limits of queercore music; the decline of radicalism within gay culture, and the impact that professionalization in the music industry has had upon the ability of new music scenes to emerge.

1994
Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0037 Free to Fight Oakland, Lynn Breedlove / Leslie Blondie's Q Tip, Kicking Giant, Sue P. Fox

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 01:40:56

Original Format: Video 8mm

Scope and Content

This video primarily consists of footage of Free to Fight, a domestic violence benefit and self defense training show in Oakland, California.

Unrelated footage of children being asked what animal they would be if given a choice is followed by footage of a theatrical performance about domestic violence and sexual abuse. The performance is part of a benefit for a Rape Crisis Centre, and contains excerpts from the magazine Answer Me!, published by AK Press.

Footage from the Free to Fight show in Oakland, California, including a performance by an unidentified rapper, a skit on domestic violence in the queer community, and a song about fighting back against abusers entitled “Eyes, Knees, Groin, Throat.”

Post show footage includes interviews with organizers and performers from Free to Fight, such as 151, a female rapper from Portland, Oregon. The interviewees discuss the relationships between hip hop and other music styles , the issues associated with performing as a female rapper, and the importance of shows and training events such as Free to Fight.

7/27/95
Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0039 Bikini Kill, Manchester Backstage

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 01:04:22

Original Format: Video 8mm

Scope and Content

This tape consists of backstage and soundchecking footage of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear from their show at the Boardwalk in Manchester, England on March 7th 1993. Tobi Vail and Kathi Wilcox look at Vail's zine Jigsaw while backstage at the Boardwalk show. Footage of both Huggy Bear and Bikini Kill soundchecking. Footage is partly repeated on 287.0039.

Kathleen Hanna discusses letters she receives from fans and the responsibility of being a role model. Members of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear discuss media responses to Riot Grrrl, and the ways in which the movement intersects with age, race, and physical attractiveness. Hanna talks about the problems Jean Smith of Mecca Normal has with Riot Grrrl. Footage is partly repeated on 287.0039.

Backstage footage of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear band members putting on makeup, looking at photographs and writing setlists. Footage is partly repeated on 287.0039.

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Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0041 Bikini Kill and Andreas, Sheffield (Tape 1)

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 01:04:16

Original Format: S-VHS Pro

Scope and Content

This video consists of footage of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear performing at the University of Sheffield on March 5th 1993. Footage is partly repeated on tapes 287.00023, 287.0025, 287.0027, 287.0043, and 287.0045. See 287.0023 for a full description.

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Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0043 Bikini Kill and Andreas, Sheffield (Tape 2); Boardwalk- Manchester Gordon

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 00:33:35

Original Format: S-VHS Pro

Scope and Content

This video primarily consists of live footage of Bikini Kill from March 1993 while they were on tour in the United Kingdom.

Evidence suggests the live footage is a combination of footage from the show at the University of Sheffield in Sheffield, England on March 5th 1993, and the show at the Boardwalk in Manchester, England on March 7th 1993, but this cannot be confirmed.

Footage from the University of Sheffield show is partially repeated on tapes 287.0023, 287.0025, 287.0027, 287.0041, and 287.0045. See 287.0023 for a full description.

Additional footage of unidentifiable musicians soundchecking.

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Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0045 Bikini Kill, Sheffield [Int. from] stage, Rockstar

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 00:32:37

Original Format: S-VHS Pro

Scope and Content

This tape consists of footage of Bikini Kill performing at the University of Sheffield on March 5th 1993. Footage is partially repeated on 287.00023, 287.0025, 287.0027, 287.0041, and 287.0043. See 287.0023 for a full description.

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Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0047 Bikini Kill Leeds

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 00:29:45

Original Format: VHS

Scope and Content

This tape consists of footage of Bikini Kill performing at the Duchess of York in Leeds, England on March 13th 1993. The footage has no sound.

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Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0049 Dat Sound, Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester Boardwalk (Disc 1 of 2)

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

NOTE: AUDIO ONLY

Format: Audio CD

Duration: 00:29:45

Original Format: S-VHS Pro

Scope and Content

This recording consists of audio of Bikini Kill performing in March and April 1993 while they were on tour in the United Kingdom with Huggy Bear. Evidence suggests the recordings are from shows at the University of Sheffield in Sheffield, England on March 5th 1993, and the Duchess of York in Leeds, England on March 13th 1993, but this cannot be confirmed.

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Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0051 Dat Sound, Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester Boardwalk (Disc 2 of 2)

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

NOTE: AUDIO ONLY

Format: Audio CD

Duration: 00:44:56

Original Format: S-VHS Pro

Scope and Content

This recording consists of audio of Bikini Kill performing in March and April 1993 while they were on tour in the United Kingdom with Huggy Bear. Evidence suggests the recordings are from the shows at the Boardwalk in Manchester, England on March 7th 1993, and the Duchess of York in Leeds, England on March 13th 1993, but this cannot be confirmed.

At 23:00, after performing Feels Blind Kathleen Hanna talks to the crowd about people being getting pushed towards the stage. Hanna subsequently reacts angrily to a man in the crowd who shouts “It doesn’t matter what gender you are.” As part of her response she states that “It matters to me and I’m the one with the mic and you’re not”, and tells the man he should respect women standing at the front of the crowd. Bikini Kill then performs Outta Me.

Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0053 Huggy Bear on Wall

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 00:15:53

Original Format: S-VHS Pro

Scope and Content

This video consists of an interview with the band members of Huggy Bear.

Three of the members of Huggy Bear discuss the songwriting process, how the band formed, and the Riot Grrrl movement. They also discuss accusations that there is a contradiction in mixed-gender bands performing at women only shows; instead, they describe the importance of providing a space for women to enjoy the “boy-girl punk dialectic.”

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Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287.0055 Liz interview contd / Kathleen and Liz / Kathleen and Ana; Tobi / Backstage Glasgow Cathans part 1

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 03:05:20

Original Format: VHS

Scope and Content

This video primarily consists of footage of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear on the day of their show at the Cathouse in Glasgow, Scotland on March 11th 1993. It also contains additional interviews.

Interview with Liz Naylor. Footage is partly repeated on 287.0021. See 287.0021 for a full description.

Interview with Kathleen Hanna and Liz Naylor. Footage is partly repeated on 287.0021. See 287.0021 for a full description.

Interview with Ana da Silva of the Raincoats, Shirley O’Loughlin, and Kathi Wilcox. Footage is partly repeated on 287.0029. See 287.0029 for a full description.

Ana da Silva, Shirley O’Loughlin, Tobi Vail, and Kathi Wilcox have a conversation in a Dunkin Donuts in Glasgow. Ana da Silva interview Tobi Vail about her favorite drummers and about her band the Frumpies. Vail explains that while Bikini Kill represents girl culture as it should be, the Frumpies is a reflection of girl culture as it is. Vail also discusses ‘Donut Nation’ in the United States where bands spend time in 24 hour donut shops, and it’s equivalent ‘Donut Republic’ in the United Kingdom. Vail also discusses her fanzine Jigsaw.

Kathleen Hanna and a male member of Huggy Bear discuss the reasons why they experience animosity from the audience during the shows at TJs in Newport, Wales on March 8th 1993 and at Venue in Edinburgh, Scotland on March 10th 1993.

A woman called Tamsin interviews women about fanzine culture and the meaning of Riot Grrrl prior to the show at the Cathouse.

Footage of Bikini Kill and Huggy Bear preparing for the show at the Cathouse. Hanna and Wilcox discuss the worst shows they have ever performed at, the hype around the current tour of the United Kingdom, and the class dynamic of punk and indie scenes in the United States and the United Kingdom.

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Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287:0057 Sister George rehearsal and interview pt. 1; Monarch concert (Sist. G.); Sister George sound check, Kathleen (Leeds int.)

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 02:36:30

Original Format: Video 8mm

Scope and Content

This video primarily consists of footage of and interviews with the queercore band Sister George. It also contains an interview with Kathleen Hanna.

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Shelf: Media Media : ID: 287:0058 SF Show and Gee Bag

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: DVD

Duration: 01:33:51

Original Format: Video 8mm

Scope and Content

This tape consists of footage a show in San Francisco and an interview with the Irish musician Gee Bag.

Footage of unidentifiable musicians performing at a show in San Francisco.

Gee Bag discusses her first musical experiences and the songwriting process in punk rock. Bag also talks about how women and girls are patronized and treated badly in music stores, and her workshops and zines for girls who want to purchase and repair guitars and amps. Bag also talks about the punk DIY ethic; the queer punk scene; the need for more music labels run by women and girls; racism, sexism, and homophobia in the punk scene, and the differences between the scene in San Francisco and the scene in Ireland.

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Subseries B: Originals

Conditions Governing Access

Researchers should request viewing copies from Series I, Subseries A: Access Copies

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0001 Liz and Kathleen, Bull and Gate B-K Show and Audience in Toilets

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: Hi 8

Standard: [PAL]

1/3/93-3/4/93
Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0002 Bikini Kill Shett Univ.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: Hi 8

Standard: [PAL]

5/3/93
Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0003 Bikini Kill, Manchester

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: Hi 8

Standard: [PAL]

7/3/93
Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0004 Sheffield / Leeds, Kathleen and audience interviews

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: Hi 8

Standard: [PAL]

13/3/93
Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0005 Bikini Kill, Liz Naylor interview

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: Video 8

Standard: PAL

1/4/93
Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0006 Kathleen and Girls interview, Leeds

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: Hi 8

Standard: [PAL]

9/5/94
Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0007 Liz interview

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: Hi 8

Standard: PAL

9/5/94
Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0008 Queer Core UK copy; Clissold Park, Liz - Builders' Arms

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: VHS

Standard: [PAL]

1994
Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0009 Free to Fight Oakland, Lynn Breedlove / Leslie Blondie's Q Tip, Kicking Giants, Sue P. Fox

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: Video 8

Standard: [PAL]

7/27/95
Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0010 Bikini Kill, Manchester Backstage

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: SVHS

Standard: PAL

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Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0011 Bikini Kill and Andreas, Sheffield (Tape 1)

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: SVHS

Standard: PAL

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Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0012 Bikini Kill and Andreas, Sheffield (Tape 2); Boardwalk- Manchester Gordon

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: SVHS

Standard: PAL

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Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0013 Bikini Kill, Sheffield [Int. from] stage, Rockstar

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: SVHS

Standard: PAL

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Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0014 Bikini Kill Leeds

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: VHS

Standard: PAL

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Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0015 Dat Sound, Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester Boardwalk

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: SVHS

Standard: PAL

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Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0016 Huggy Bear on Wall

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: SVHS

Standard: [PAL]

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Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0017 Liz interview contd / Kathleen and Liz / Kathleen and Ana; Tobi / Backstage Glasgow Cathans part 1

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: VHS

Standard: PAL

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Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0018 Sister George rehearsal and interview pt. 1; Monarch concert (Sist. G.); Sister George sound check, Kathleen (Leeds int.)

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: SVHS

Standard: PAL

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Box: 1 Media : ID: 287.0019 SF Show and Gee Bag

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Format: Video 8

Standard: [PAL]

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