Robert Worth Bingham : papers, 1876-1982 (bulk 1899-1910).


Robert Worth Bingham : papers, 1876-1982 (bulk 1899-1910).

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.

18 cubic ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 7569335

The Filson Historical Society

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