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Robert Joseph Flaherty - An Appreciation (1998) by Dennis Doros
Robert J. Flaherty, "Life Among the Eskimos," World's Work, October 1922, pages 632-640.
Robert J. Flaherty, "How I Filmed 'Nanook of the North'," World's Work, October 1922, pages 632-640.Robert J. Flaherty, "How I Filmed 'Nanook of the North'," World's Work, October 1922, pages 632-640.
Robert E. Sherwood, "Nanook of the North," in The Best Moving Pictures of 1922-23, Boston: Small, Maynard & Company, 1923, pages 3-8.
Robert J. Flaherty, "Picture Making in the South Seas," Film Yearbook 1924, pages 9-13.
Robert J. Flaherty, "The Handling of Motion Picture Film Under Various Climatic Conditions," Transactions of Society of Motion Picture Engineers, No. 26, meeting of May 3-6, 1926, pages 85-93.
Frances Hubbard Flaherty, The Odyssey of a Film-Maker, Beta Phi Mu Chapbook, Number Four, 1960, pages 9-18.