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Print Biographies (2)

Anita Loos. The Talmadge Girls. New York: Viking Press, 1978. ISBN 0670693022
Margaret Talmadge. The Talmadge Sisters, Norma, Constance, Natalie: An intimate story of the world's most famous screen family. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1924.

Portrayals (1)

Articles (51)

Classic Images (US) May 1993, Iss. 215, pg. C12-C13, by: Eve Golden, "The Life of Brooklyn Tragedienne Norma Talmadge"
Films in Review (US) January 1967, pg. 16-40, by: Jack Spears, "Norma Talmadge; Made a Career and a Fortune Out of Sobs and Smiles"
Variety (US) January 1 1958, "Norma Talmadge"
New York Times (US) December 25 1957, pg. 31:1, "Norma Talmadge, Film Star, Dead; Noted Actress of the Silent Screen, 1911-1930--Made Her Movie Debut at 14"
Movie Classic (US) December 1931, pg. 42, by: Nancy Pryor, "Is Norma Talmadge Heading for Divorce?"
Motion Picture Classic (US) June 1927, pg. 58-89, by: Gladys Hall, "Just Like Your Next Door Neighbor; Near and Real to the People--That's Norma Talmadge"
Saturday Evening Post (US) March 12 1927, pg. 6-7, 115-16, 121-22, by: Norma Talmadge, "Close-Ups"
Moving Picture World (US) December 25 1926, pg. 583, "Norma Talmadge Novelizes 'Kiki'"
Movie Magazine (US) April 1926, pg. 32, 86-88, by: Norma Talmadge, "What I Think of Constance"
Moving Picture World (US) November 28 1925, pg. 316, "Fred Talmadge Dies [father]"
Motion Picture Classic (US) July 1925, pg. 42, 71, "The Millionaire Actress; Norma Talmadge Can Afford the Luxury of Being Natural"
Movie Weekly (US) February 28 1925, pg. 18-19, 33, by: Adele Whitely Fletcher, "Norma... a Woman... a Paradox... a Riddle! (This Is Not an Interview!)"
Moving Picture World (US) December 13 1924, pg. 615, "Schenck Report Plans"
Movie Weekly (US) July 26 1924, pg. 3, 31, "If I Were You; Norma Talmadge Stands Ready to Put Herself in Your Place [will write advice column]"
Movie Weekly (US) June 14 1924, pg. 3, "Greetings to My Friends the Fans [Norma edited the issue]"
Movie Weekly (US) June 14 1924, pg. 6, "At the Home of Norma Talmadge"
Movie Weekly (US) June 14 1924, pg. 8-9, 26, "The Emotional Queen of the Screen"
Movie Weekly (US) June 14 1924, pg. 10, 26, "How It Feels to Grow Old--on the Screen"
Moving Picture World (US) October 27 1923, pg. 754, "Borzage to Direct Norma Talmadge"
Moving Picture World (US) September 22 1923, pg. 355, "Lead in Contest"
Moving Picture World (US) August 18 1923, pg. 580, "Norma Starts Run of Her Ten-Reeler"
Moving Picture World (US) January 13 1923, pg. 163, "New Films for the Talmadge Sisters"
Motion Picture Classic (US) December 1922, pg. 32-33, 77, by: Harry Carr, "Slumbering Fires; ...two of the most expensive words in the English language: 'Norma Talmadge'"
Motion Picture Classic (US) October 1922, pg. 20-21, "A Star in the Making"
Moving Picture World (US) December 10 1921, pg. 686, "Crowds Welcome Norma Talmadge"
Motion Picture Classic (US) December 1921, pg. 20-21, by: Adele Whitely Fletcher, "Girl--Woman"
Moving Picture World (US) March 19 1921, pg. 247, "Norma Talmadge and Wallace Reid Win National Star Popularity Contest"
Moving Picture World (US) December 25 1920, pg. 1025, "Norma Talmadge Looking for Plays Which Will Offer Strong, Dramatic Emotional Roles, While Constance Wants to Play in Subtle Comedies"
Moving Picture World (US) December 18 1920, pg. 858, "New York and Vicinity Votes Norma and Constance Talmadge Leading Favorites"
Moving Picture World (US) November 27 1920, pg. 461, ill, "Schenck Renews First National Contract for Norma and Constance Talmadge"
Moving Picture World (US) September 25 1920, pg. 509, "Her First Vitagraph Check"
Moving Picture World (US) April 17 1920, pg. 384, "Neither Norma Nor Constance Talmadge Intend to Quit Circuit, Says Schenck"
Moving Picture World (US) January 24 1920, pg. 612, "Norma Talmadge Visits Cuba"
Moving Picture World (US) June 28 1919, pg. 1958, "Dedicates Song to Norma Talmadge ["The New Moon" by Irving Berlin]"
Moving Picture World (US) May 17 1919, pg. 1065, "Dedicates Song in Honor of Norma Talmadge, Select Star ["Norma"]"
Moving Picture World (US) April 26 1919, pg. 515, "Norma Talmadge to Aid Loan Drive"
Moving Picture World (US) January 25 1919, pg. 208, "Select to Release for 1919 All Norma Talmadge Output"
Moving Picture World (US) January 18 1919, pg. 314, "Norma Talmadge Company Buys Additional Building"
Moving Picture World (US) January 4 1919, pg. 61, ill, by: Edward Weitzel, "Roast Dog and Alligator Steak"
Moving Picture World (US) October 5 1918, pg. 74, ill, "Norma Talmadge Quits 'Personal Appearances'"
Moving Picture World (US) May 18 1918, pg. 973, "Norma Talmadge to Remain with Select"
Moving Picture World (US) September 1 1917, pg. 1360, "Norma Talmadge Wants Book Plays"
Moving Picture World (US) July 21 1917, pg. 390, ill, "Norma Talmadge"
Moving Picture World (US) June 30 1917, pg. 2126, "Miss Talmadge Uses Home as Location"
Moving Picture World (US) March 24 1917, pg. 1929, ill, "Norma Talmadge"
Moving Picture World (US) March 17 1917, pg. 1753, "Norma Talmadge Off for Palm Beach"
Photoplay Magazine (US) February 1917, pg. 84-85, "The Company on the Cover; Norma Talmadge, Inc."
Moving Picture World (US) November 18 1916, pg. 986, "Norma Talmadge and Joe Schenck Marry"
Moving Picture World (US) October 21 1916, pg. 410, ill, "Norma Talmadge, Selznick Star"
Moving Picture World (US) July 10 1915, pg. 312, ill, "National Engages Norma Talmadge"
Moving Picture Stories (US) September 4 1914, pg. 25, "Norma Talmadge; Playing Leads with the Vitagraph Co."

Pictorials (1)

Radio Digest Illustrated (US) August 23 1924, Vol. X, Iss. 7, pg. 3, by: Int. News, "Favorite Screen Star On Air"

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