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HAIKU 61 REVISITED, by Robert Macmillan.
HARD RAIN - A DYLAN COMMENTARY, by Tim Riley. (5 editions, 1 proof copy)
HARD RAIN - SLOW TRAIN - PASSAGES ABOUT DYLAN, by Michael Anton
RAIN - OUR HEADLONG COLLISION WITH NATURE, by Mark Edwards and
Lloyd Timberlake, lyrics by Bob Dylan. (3 editions)
* HARMONICAS, HARPS, AND HEAVY BREATHERS, by Kim Field
HEADING FOR ANOTHER JOINT - BOB DYLAN'S
1992 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
* HEARTS OF FIRE, by Larry Milne.
HERE AND GONE - BOB DYLAN, WOODY GUTHRIE & THE 1960s, PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOHN COHEN.
HIBBING: VIGNETTES, by Carl Bonn
HIDDEN LIFE (A), by F. Bennet.
61 REVISITED, by Mark Polizzotti.
HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED (BOB DYLAN), by Colin Irwin. (2 editions)
61 REVISITED - BOB DYLAN'S ROAD FROM MINNESOTA TO THE WORLD,
by Colleen J. Sheehy. (2 editions)
HISTORY OF THE TRAVELING WILBURYS (THE), / THE TRUE HISTORY OF THE TRAVELING WILBURYS. included it the 2007 CD/DVD box set 'THE TRAVELING WILBURYS COLLECTION'
HOLLOW HORN (THE)
, by Dennis Anderson. (2 variants)
HOLLYWOOD FOTO-RHETORIC - THE LOST MANUSCRIPT, by Bob Dylan (text) and Barry Feinstein (photos). (3 editions)
* HOME ON THE HORIZON, by Sally Bayley.
* HOOT! A 25-YEAR HISTORY OF THE GREENWICH VILLAGE MUSIC SCENE, by Robbie
HOW DOES IT FEEL, by Polleke and Jonas.
HOW DOES IT FEEL? - ADVENTURES ON HIGHWAY 61, by
HOW DOES IT FEEL?, by Grant Maxwell.
HOW DOES IT FEEL - REFLECTIONS OF BOB DYLAN, by Joe Ladwig.
HOW FAR IS THE JOURNEY? - BOB DYLAN'S 2016 CONCERTS, by Mike Wyvill & John Wraith.
* HOW LOVE POEMS WORK, by Sandra Roe.
TO ANALYZE THE MUSIC OF BOB DYLAN, by Teresa Ryan Manzella.
TO FIND GOD, by David Watson. (Indirect Dylan connection)
HUMDINGER FOLK SINGER, by Derek Barker
UP: BOB DYLAN'S KIND OF FREEDOM (AND THE THINGS IN THE WAY),
by John Shakespear.
HUNGRY AS A RACCOON Transcribed and annotated by John B. Way
HUNGRY LIKE A MAN IN DRAG by A.J. Weberman
HYPNOTIST COLLECTORS, by Jean-Louis Dréau &
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