Excerpt from Louella Parsons’ syndicated column (The Los Angeles Examiner, July 1927)
“Three Comedy Units Underway at Sennett Studio” (The Los Angeles Times, July 1927)
“Cheek Scar Value Put Up to Judge” (The Los Angeles Times, October 1927)
“Suit Over Scar on Girl Settled” (The Los Angeles Times, October 1927)
“A Teddy-Made Actress” (Motion Picture, May 1929)
“Lombard – Unlimited” (Screenland, September 1929)

“Another Three Cheers” (Picture Play, December 1930)
“What About Carole Lombard?” (Screenland, June 1931)
“Home Town Stories of Stars” (New Movie Magazine, September 1931)
“Why Carole Lombard Changed Her Mind” (Photoplay, September 1931)
“The New Mr. and Mrs.” (Screenland, October 1931)
“Why I Married Bill Powell” (Motion Picture, December 1931)
“How Sylvia Changed ‘Carole of the Curves’ to Svelte Carole Lombard” (Photoplay, April 1933)
“‘There are 7 Kinds of Love’ Says Carole Lombard to Gladys Hall,” (Photoplay, October 1933)
“Carole Lombard – The Tempo of the 20th Century” (Broadway and Hollywood Movies, June 1934)
“Latest about Lombard” (Screenland, December 1934)
“How Carole Lombard Plans a Party” (Photoplay, February 1935)
“Tripping to New York with Carole Lombard” (Silver Screen, April 1935)
“Sincerely — Carole Lombard” (Silver Screen, July 1935)
“Be Modern or Be a Wallflower…Says Carole Lombard” (Modern Screen, August 1935)
“Merrily She Rolls Along” (Screenland, October 1935)
“Carole Lombard Discusses — A Woman’s Dangerous Age” (Hollywood, November 1935)
“Carole and Bill Together Again” (Screenland, July 1936)
“A Heart-to-Heart Letter to Carole Lombard and Clark Gable” (Screen Guide, November 1936)
“… If Radio Were Under Carole’s Thumb” (Radio Stars, November 1936)
“The Evolution of a Wow!” (Movie Mirror, December 1936)
“The Real Low-Down on Lombard” (Picture Play, January 1937)
“The Utterly Balmy Home Life of Carole Lombard” (Motion Picture magazine, February 1937)
“How Will the Gable-Lombard Romance End?” (Hollywood, June 1937)
“Carole Lombard tells: ‘How I Live by a Man’s Code'” (Photoplay, September 1937)
“Bored and Rumors” (Hollywood, December 1937)
“She Gets Away With Murder” (Photoplay, March 1938)
“Can the Gable-Lombard Love Story Have a Happy Ending?” (Photoplay, May 1938)
“What’s Become of the Good Scout?” (Modern Screen, July 1938)
“A Loud Cheer for the Screwball Girl” (LIFE, October 1938)
“Carole Lombard: ‘Every Actor Should Take at Least One Week’s Whirl at Publicity'” (The Hollywood Reporter, October 1938)
“Lombard — As She Sees Herself” (Motion Picture, November 1938)
“Hollywood’s Unmarried Husbands and Wives” (Photoplay, January 1939)
“Serious Side of Screwball” (Screenland, January 1939)
“Will Clark Gable Ever Marry Carole Lombard?” (Motion Picture, February 1939)
“Hollywood’s Goofy Gal Goes Glamorous” (Screen Book, February 1939)
“Lombard Unlimited” (Radio Mirror, April 1939)
“Blonde Beauty Grows Up” (Photoplay, May 1939)
“The Clark Gables at Home” (Screenland, August 1939)
“What’s the Matter with Lombard?” (Modern Screen, September 1939)
“Our Home, Our Work – and Children” (Movie Mirror, November 1939)

“Subject: Lombard” (Photoplay, January 1940)
“‘Help Kill Crazy Rumors about Me!’ says Carole Lombard (Mrs. Clark Gable)” (Screenland, May 1940)
“Two Happy People – Part One” (Movie and Radio Guide, May 1940)
“Two Happy People – Part Two” (Movie and Radio Guide, May 1940)
“Two Happy People – Part Three” (Movie and Radio Guide, May 1940)
“Two Happy People – Part Four” (Movie and Radio Guide, May 1940)
“At Home With the Gables” (Modern Screen, August 1940)
“The Secret of Lombard’s Success” (Modern Screen, October 1940)
“It Looked Good for a Laugh at the Time” (Silver Screen, January 1941)
“Selznick vs. Lombard” (Motion Picture Herald, February 1941)
“The Girl Who Learned How to Dress” (Photoplay, February 1941)
“The Gags of the Gables…Like Crazy!” (Photoplay, April 1941)

Posthumously published
“Nation Mourns Lombard Death” (The Exhibitor, January 1942)
“Goodbye, Carole” (Modern Screen, April 1942)
“What the Loss of Carole Lombard means to Clark Gable” (Photoplay, April 1942)
“A Letter to Heaven” (Screenland, April 1942)
“Bond Sale Up to 35 Million for Sept 16” (Motion Picture Daily, September 1942)
“Why Gable Wants to Fight” (Motion Picture, October 1942)
“The Story Gable Wouldn’t Tell” (Modern Screen, November 1942)
“Clark Gable’s Haunted Love Life” (Silver Screen, August 1955)
“Carole Lombard – the Perfect Realist” (The Stars, 1962)
“Carole Lombard: Hollywood’s Leading Hostess” (American Movie Classics, June 1992)