Abramov, Al. Norma Tolmedzh. Moscow : Kinopechat, 1926
Basinger, Jeanine. Silent Stars. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1999: 136-177.
"Before They Were Stars VI: Norma Talmadge.", By an Old Timer. New York Dramatic Mirror (April 17, 1920): 744 +
"A Day with Norma Talmadge of the Vitagraph Company" by The Stroller. Motion Picture Magazine. undated clipping, between 1913 and 1915 (thanks to Derek Boothroyd for this scan)
de Groat, Greta."Rediscovering Norma Talmadge" Griffithiana. n.71 (2001): 82-109
de Groat, Greta."The Talmadge Sisters" In Women Film Pioneers Project. Jane Gaines, Radha Vatsal, and Monica Dall’Asta, eds. Center for Digital Research and Scholarship. New York, NY: Columbia University Libraries, 2013. Web. December 23, 2011.
Fletcher, Adele Whitely. "Norma ... a Woman ... a Paradox ... a Riddle (This Is Not An Interview!)". Movie Weekly, undated clipping, probably 1925. (thanks to Derek Boothroyd for this scan)
Golden, Eve. "The life of Brooklyn Tragedienne, Norma Talmadge" Classic Images (May 1993): C12-13.
Greville, Edmund, with Jean Bertin. Norma Talmadge: ses debuts, ses films, ses aventures. Paris : Jean Pascal, 1927?. (Les Grands Artistes de l'Ecran) Cover Image (thanks to Joop van Dijk for this scan)
Hall, Gladys. "Going ... Going ... Near the End of the Road, Norma Talmadge Looks Back" (interview). Motion Picture Classic (February 1931): 38-39 +
Hornblow, Arthur, Jr. "Norma Talmadge: Post-Impression of a Girl of the Photoplays ..."Photoplay (August 1915): 99-102.
Jacobs, Lea. "The Talmadge Sisters : a Forgotten Filmmaking Dynasty "in Idols of Modernity New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2010: p. 65-86.
Loos, Anita. The Talmadge Girls: a Memoir. New York: Viking Press, 1978.
Lahue, Kalton C. Ladies in Distress. New York: A.S. Barnes, 1971: 286-294.
McDonald, Margaret I. "Norma Talmadge: a Modern Female." Moving Picture World (July 21, 1917): 390.
Niogret, Hubert. "Une Recontre Exceptionnelle: Frank Borzage et Norma Talmadge." Positif. 386 (April 1993): 95-96.
Oettinger, Malcolm H. "Beauty and the Bean" Picture Play. April, 1922.
Sears, Elizabeth. "Norma Talmadge Gives an Idea of Children's Films" Film Flashes (1916?).
"Sisters Three: the Life Story of the Talmadge Sisters" Picture Show. October 30, November 6 and 13, 1920.
St. Johns, Adela Rogers. "The Lady of the Vase." Photoplay (August 1923): 38-39+
St. Johns, Adela Rogers. "Our One and Only Great Actress." Photoplay (February 1926): 58+
Smith, Greg N. "Silencing the New Woman: Ethnic and Social Mobility in the Melodramas of Norma Talmadge" Journal of Film and Video, 48, no. 3 (Fall 1996): 3-16.
Spears, Jack. "Norma Talmadge." Films in Review. (January 1967): 16-40.
Stanton, Stanford. "Norma Splash." Picture Play Magazine, Vol. V, No. 1 (September 1916): 83-87
Sumner, Keene. "Norma Talmadge: A Great Moving Picture Star." American Magazine (June 1922): 36-39+
Talmadge, Margaret L. The Talmadge Sisters: an Intimate Story of the World’s Most Famous Screen Family. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1924.
Talmadge, Norma. "Close-ups." Saturday Evening Post (Six article series, March 12-June 25, 1927)
Talmadge, Norma. "I Live in the Camera." Ladies Home Journal (March, 1925): 15+
Talmey, Allene. Doug and Mary and others. New York: Macy-Masius, 1927: 40-47.
"Those Three Talmadge Girls!" in Fox, Charles Donald and Milton L. Silver, Who's Who on Screen. New York: Ross Publishing, Inc., 1920: 101-104. Also profile on 76.