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Bingham, Robert Worth 1871-1937

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Works: 41 works in 43 publications in 1 language and 373 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Sources  Personal narratives  Pictorial works  Archives  Biography  Newspapers 
Classifications: LWO 6312 REEL 72, A1--REEL 76, B2(PRESERVATION MASTER - NOT FOR PLAYBACK),
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by Robert Worth Bingham ( )
in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Correspondence and other personal papers of Bingham; business papers, including investments, expenses, water company records, and papers relating to land and mining interests; legal files of the firm of Bingham & Davies; official papers of his terms as Jefferson County, Ky., attorney (1903-1907) and mayor of Louisville (1907); and miscellaneous political correspondence; together with papers of Bingham's friend and law partner, William W. Davies. Includes material relating to family matters and Bingham's involvement in political and other organizations
In the Supreme Court of North Carolina, August term, 1901 : in re will of J.M. Worth, from Randolph : before Bryan, J. : appeal by Bingham, caveator by Robert Worth Bingham ( Book )
1 edition published in 1901 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Young Ewing Allison : by Young Ewing Allison ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Includes extensive correspondence, manuscripts and printed copies of stories and articles by Allison; family papers, accounts, memorabilia accumulated by Allison; newspaper articles by and about him; and research and other projects in which he was intersted. Also included are caricatures and sketches by Paul Plaschke, Wyncie King, and others; poetry and verse by Allison and friends and biographical and genealogical information gathered by Allison about his own and allied families. These papers give insight into his political, civic, religious, and family attitudes; his literary and musical tastes; and his opinions on prohibition, women's suffrage, WWI, and the issues of the day. Insurance is discussed throughout
Robert Worth Bingham papers by Robert Worth Bingham ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Correspondents include John Jacob Astor; Ray Atherton; Stanley Baldwin, Earl Baldwin; Alben William Barkley; Bernard M. Baruch; John Crepps Wickliffe Beckham; Ulric Bell; Barry Bingham; Carrie Chapman Catt; Calvin Coolidge; Josephus Daniels; Norman H. Davis; Anthony Eden, Earl of Avon; Mark Etheridge; James A. Farley; Credo Fitch Harris; Roland Hayes; Herbert Hoover; Edward Mandell House; Cordell Hull; Joseph P. Kennedy; Arthur Krock; Emanuel Levi; Charles A. Lindbergh; David Lloyd George; Breckinridge Long; Henry Robinson Luce; James Ramsay MacDonald; Lincoln MacVeagh; Jan Masaryk; Eugene Meyer; Margaret Mitchell; Henry Morgenthau (1856-1946); Adolph S. Ochs; John D. Rockefeller (1874-1960); Eleanor Roosevelt; Franklin D. Roosevelt; Daniel C. Roper; Cornelius Vanderbilt (1898-1974); Henry A. Wallace; Tom Wallace; Thomas John Watson; Henry Watterson; and Woodrow Wilson
Tom Wallace papers by Tom Wallace ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Collection includes the accumulated correspondence, speeches, reports, articles, and other materials of Tom Wallace, editor of the Louisville Times from 1930 to 1948. The bulk of the material concerns Wallace's interests in conservation, Latin American relations, and jounalism, although there is ample material regarding World War II, race relations, and 20th century Louisville history as well. Correspondents of note include: prominent conservationists, secretaries of the interior, directors of the National Park Service, members of congress, journalists, and local and national politicians. The collection is arranged chronologically and a detailed calendar/finding aid is available
Robert Worth Bingham : by Robert Worth Bingham ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Includes personal and business correspondence. The personal section includes correspondence about family matters, and personal business. The latter part includes investments, expenses, water company records, and land and mining interests. The legal files of the law firm of Bingham and Davies compose the majority of Bingham's professional papers. Interests and activities relating to both Bingham's personal and professional life are the political and club\organization membership papers. In addition to the official papers of his positions as Jefferson County Attorney and Mayor of Louisville, are miscellaneous political correspondence regarding elections, parties, news, and people. The papers of Bingham's partner, William W. Davies, form a small portion of the collection. These papers include personal and business correspondence. The latter especially deals with land interests
[Radio broadcast of the coronation of King George VI] ( Recording )
2 editions published in 1937 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
American and British radio coverage of the coronation of King George VI of Great Britain. Includes entrance of the king, the recognition, the oath, the anointing, the crowning, public procession, and the king's coronation speech. Also features the empire's homage to the king with speeches by representatives from various parts of the British Empire, a sermon by the archbishop of Canterbury a couple days prior to the coronation, U.S. ambassador to Great Britain Robert Bingham's thoughts on the eve of the coronation, poet laureate John Masefield's reflections and recitation of A prayer to the King's reign on coronation day, the duchess of Atholl's impressions as the coronation unfolds, and a portion of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin's speech. Contains commentaries and synopses of events by several American and British reporters and commentators including Col. R.H. Brand, Capt. Alex Bell, and Paul White for the BBC and Bob Trout for CBS
George Barry Bingham : by Barry Bingham ( )
in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Papers include personal correspondence; subject files containing information on charitable organizations, Bingham's service as Economic Cooperation Administration Chief in France, the Courier-Journal and Louisville Times, Kentucky Center for the Arts, the Louisville arts community, and speeches made by Bingham. The collection also includes papers of Judge Robert Worth Bingham while he was Ambassador to the Court of St. James; papers of Colonel Robert Bingham, including several Civil War letters and a transcript of his diary kept in 1863-4; genealogical material for the Bingham, Worth, Miller, and Hogg-Alves families; and material relating to and disputing books written about the family by David Chandler, Marie Brenner, Sallie Bingham, and Susan Tifft and Alex S. Jones. Financial, tax and trust files
 
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