Whoops. That was a big typo. I meant President Ford, not Carter. Thank you!
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I highly recommend you reach out to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum. The website indicates they have an audiovisual collection. Contact information for the Ford Library is found on the website.
I searched Congress.gov, the official website for U.S. federal legislative information, and see that multiple amendments to the Social Security Act passed in the 94th Congress (1975-1976) -- although it looks like only two, H.R. 7710 and H.R. 14484, specifically mention Title IV.
The majority of these Social Security Act amendments (including H.R. 7710 and H.R. 14484) were referred to the House Committee on Ways and Means and the Senate Committee on Finance.
I checked our holdings and see no indication that we have any audiovisual material in the records of these two committees in the 94th Congress. This is not unusual -- the responsibility for filming public hearings generally fell to C-Span and the news media. Copies of that footage rarely, if ever, end up in the official records of congressional committees.