let $M$ be a Riemannian manifold and $\alpha$ be any some unknown form on $M$. I am interested in solutions or some references of the equation of type $(d + \delta) \alpha = 0$ where $\delta$ is the Hodge operator. And also with some boundary conditions. Is there any literature (books) on this, or papers? Tanks in advance.

On a compact manifold, the conditions $(d{+}\delta)\alpha=0$ and $\Delta\alpha=0$ are equivalent, but this is not true on noncompact manifolds or manifolds with boundary, and I suspect that this is the situation in the original question. For example, take the flat metric on $\mathbb{R}^n$ and consider the case of a $1$form $\alpha$. The (local and global) solutions of $(d{+}\delta)\alpha=0$ are given by $\alpha = da$ where $a$ is any solution to the (determined elliptic) equation $\Delta a = 0$, while the (local and global) solutions of $\Delta \alpha = 0$ are $\alpha = \alpha_1\ dx^1 + \cdots + \alpha_n\ dx^n$, where $\Delta \alpha_i = 0$ for all $i$. Obviously, when $n>1$, there are a lot more solutions of the latter equation than the former. Moreover, if one wants to specify boundary data that will make the solution unique, then it's clear that one will have to specify boundary data completely differently in the two cases. For example, for solutions of the equation $(d{+}\delta)\alpha=0$ on a domain $D\subset\mathbb{R}^n$ with smooth boundary, specifying the pullback of $\alpha$ to $\partial D$, say, $(\partial D)^*\alpha = \phi$, clearly won't work unless $\phi\in \Omega^1(\partial D)$ satisfies $d\phi=0$ and $[\phi]\in H^1_{dR}(\partial D)$ lies in the image of the restriction mapping $H^1_{dR}(D)\to H^1_{dR}(\partial D)$. On the other hand, for the second equation $\Delta\alpha=0$, the appropriate boundary problem would be to specify the restriction (not the pullback) of $\alpha$ to $\partial D$. Similar remarks apply for $k$forms with $k>1$ on a general Riemannian manifold with boundary. This problem is not immediately reducible to the Hodge theorem for compact orientable manifolds without boundary. 


Warner, ''Foundations of differentiable manifolds and Lie groups'' Jost, ''Riemannian geometry and geometric analysis'', Wells: ''Differential analysis on complex manifolds''. Each of these books contains a chapter concerning this PDE. 


For manifolds with or without boundary, I can think of two references that discuss your question in great detail. The first is Ch. Morrey's classic,
The second reference is the first volume of M. Taylor's three volume monograph on PDE's. The language in this reference may be more familiar to the modern reader. For manifolds without boundary you can also try my lectures. 

