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Hallock, Don. The Videola Under Construction in the Studio., undated.
Hallock, Don. Images from the Work of Don Hallock with the Videola., undated.
Hallock, Don. Black and white images from the Videola and its creator Don Hallock. Photography by Penny d'Hammer.., 1973.
Hallock, Don. "Don Hallock's Videola." Bay Guardian Calendar September 20 through October 4, 1973 (1973).
Hallock, Don. Videola Proposal. National Center for Experiments in Television, 1974.
Hallock, Don. Images of Artists Don Hallock, Bill Gwin, Bill Roarty and Stephen Beck. All worked at the National Center for Experiments in Television at KQED.., undated.
Hallock, Don. Videola at the San Francisco Museum - V Concert., 1973.
Infermental 7 1988: A Travelling Exhibition of World Video. Buffalo, NY: Hallwalls and Ars Electronica, 1988.
Hamamoto, Darrell. "Computers & Video: Three Videos." LBMAVideo 2, no. 3 (1982).
Hamamoto, Darrell. "Bill Viola." LBMAVideo 2, no. 2 (1982).
Hammatsu Corporation Sales Pages for C1000 Vidicon Camera for Computer System, PDP-11 to C1000 Interface M999-PDP-11; C158 Measuring Video System- Select-a-Line and Get-a-profile; C1064 Measuring Video System Perceptascope; Model 147 Video Slice-Profile. Hammatsu, Japan: Hammatsu TV Co. Ltd, 1977.
Handte, Jerry. "Movie Made Here." Binghamton Press (1974).
Handte, Jerry. "Tender, Loving Care for Video Artists." Binghamton Press (1974).
Hanhardt, John. "Video/Television: Expanded Forms." Video 80 5 (1982).
Hanhardt, John. "The Passion for Perceiving: Expanded Forms of Film and Video Art in Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium." Art Journal: Video - The Reflexive Medium Fall, no. 1985 (1985).
Hanhardt, John G.. Nam June Paik. NY: Whitney Museum of American Art and WW Norton and Co., 1982.
Hanhardt, John. Video Culture: A Critical Investigation, Edited by John Hanhardt. Rochester: Visual Studies Workshop, 1986.
Hanhardt, John. Strengthening the Media Arts in New York State : John Hanhardt. ETC, 2004.
Hanhardt, John. Taka Iimura's "I=YOU=HE/SHE". NY, NY: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1979.
Hansen, Mark B. N.. New Philosophy for New Media. MIT Press, 2004.
Hara, Toshio, and Bjorn Tore Godal. Extended Points: Three Contemporary Artists from Norway.. Oslo, Norway: Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, 1998.
Harari, Josue V.. Textual Strategies, Edited by Josue V. Harari. Vol. 1979. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press,, undated.
Hardison, Jr. O. B.. Disappearing Through the Skylight: Culture and Technology in the Twentieth Century. NY: Viking, 1989.
Harithas, James. Work from Experimental Television Center. Syracuse, NY: Everson Museum of Art, 1972.
Harries, Dan. The new media book, Edited by Dan Harries. London: British Film Institute, 2002.
Harris, Robert. Video Texts: 1983. NY, NY: Anthology Film Archives, 1983.
Harris, Craig. "FAST." The Leonardo Almanac: International Resource in Art, Science and Technology (1993).
Harris CMOS Microprocessor Products Guide; HB-61000 Micro 12 CPU Product Sheet; OEM Price Schedule. Melbourne, FLA: Harris Semiconductor, 1978.
The Harrison Laboratories LVR Series DC Power Supply Operating and Service Manual Model 6263A DC Power Supply. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Harrison Laboratories, Hewlett Packard, 1965.
Hathaway, James. "Artist Uses Technology to Tackle the World." Arizona State University College of Fine Arts Newsletter (1994).

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