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Harris, Robert. Video Texts: 1983. NY, NY: Anthology Film Archives, 1983.
Plessi, Fabrizio. Only Fire, Edited by Gabriele Bosch, Christine Humpl and Monika Maul. Edition Sammlung Essl, 2001.
Hallock, Don. Black and white images from the Videola and its creator Don Hallock. Photography by Penny d'Hammer.., 1973.
Hohendahl, Peter. The Institution of Criticism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1982.
Hearn, William. EAB Videolab Schematics. Berkeley, CA: Electronic Associates of Berkeley, 1979.
Howard, Brice. An Ancient Gift. San Francisco, CA: National Center for Experiments in Television at KQED, undated.
Hahn, Alexander. Alexander Hahn: Rats.Ratten. Berlin: DAAD/Stop Over Press, 1994.
Hill, Gary. Thank you for a residency.., 1975.
Haywood, Philip. Culture, Technology and Creativity in the Late Twentieth Century, Edited by Philip Haywood. London, 1990.
Hamamoto, Darrell. "Computers & Video: Three Videos." LBMAVideo 2, no. 3 (1982).
Hornbacher, Sara. A Thousand Plateaus, Edited by Barbara Schreiber. Atlanta, GA, 2001.
Herrick, Jon. "Letter from White Ox requesting works for exhibition. January 19, 1973." (1973).
Howard, Brice. Videospace and Image Experience. San Francisco: National Center for Experiments in Television, 1972.
Herzogenrath, Wulf. "The Video Scene." LBMAVIDEO 2, no. 6 (1986).
Hanhardt, John. Video Culture: A Critical Investigation, Edited by John Hanhardt. Rochester: Visual Studies Workshop, 1986.
Huberman, Anthony, Alanna Heiss, and Glenn D. Lowry. Video Acts: Single Channel Works from the Collections of Pamela and Richard Kramlich and the New Art Trust. P.S. 1, 2003.
Hall, Doug. "Video Art: A Short History (On the Head of a Pin)." Video Networks 11, no. 1 (1986).
Hitachi Model FP-40SS Portable Color Camera Service Manual. Includes GL-40U Genlock Unit and Ap-60U AC Power Adaptor.. Tokyo, Japan: Hitachi Denshi, Ltd., undated.
Hearn, William. 3,627,912 "Visual Display of Complex Color Television Sound Wave Signals" (2 copies) and EAB VideoLab Modules A through D. U.S. Patent Records, Electrical, 1971.
de Havilland, Robert. "Special Issue on Video." Print (1972).
High, Kathy. "Censoring the Media." Felix: A Journal of Media Arts and Communication 1, no. 1 (1991).
Harithas, James. Work from Experimental Television Center. Syracuse, NY: Everson Museum of Art, 1972.
Hocking, Sherry Miller. Early Portable Video. Owego, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1992.
Haller, Robert A.. "various." Field of Vision,, no. 40796 (1980): 1-37.
Hocking, Ralph. National Endowment for the Arts: Computer Interface with Video Synthesizer. Proposal. Bingamton, NY: Experimental Television Center, 1975.
Hearn, William. EAB Videolab Interconnections or Patch Diagrams 1 through 12. Berkeley, California: Electronic Associates of Berkeley, 1977.
Hagen, Charles, and Laddy Kite. "Breaking The Box: The Electronic Operas of Robert Ashley and Woody Vasulka." Artforum 23, no. 7 (1985).
High, Kathy. "Landscape(s)." Felix: A Journal of Media Arts and Communication 2, no. 1 (1995).
Hathaway, James. "Artist Uses Technology to Tackle the World." Arizona State University College of Fine Arts Newsletter (1994).
Hallock, Don. "Don Hallock's Videola." Bay Guardian Calendar September 20 through October 4, 1973 (1973).