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Author Bingham, Barry, 1906-1988.
Title Barry Bingham : a man of his word / Samuel, W. Thomas, editor.
Imprint Lexington : The University Press of Kentucky, 2015.

Author Bingham, Barry, 1906-1988.
Series Kentucky Remembered: An Oral History Series
Kentucky remembered.
Subject Bingham, Barry, 1906-1988 -- Interviews.
Journalists -- Kentucky -- Interviews.
Publishers and publishing -- Kentucky -- Interviews.
Description 1 online resource (264 pages)
Note Print version record.
Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; General Editors' Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. Childhood; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Karen Black, Bellarmine College, 21 February 1986; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Karen Black, Bellarmine College, 21 February 1986; From ""Barry Bingham's Louisville, Kentucky, "" The Courier-Journal, 3 May 1976; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Karen Black, Bellarmine College, 21 February 1986; From Interview of Barry Bingham by William E. Ellis, Eastern Kentucky University, 9 April 1987; From Reminiscences of Mary Caperton Bingham, 1984.
2. EducationFrom Interview of Barry Bingham by William E. Ellis, Eastern Kentucky University, 9 April 1987; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Mary D. Bobo, University of Louisville, 25 June 1982; From Barry Bingham, ""Recalling t h e Memorable Snows of Yesteryear, "" The Courier-Journal, 5 November 1958; From Interview of Barry Bingham by William E. Ellis, Eastern Kentucky University, 24 September 1987; From Interview of Barry Bingham by William E. Ellis, Eastern Kentucky University, 9 April 1987.
From Interview of Barry Bingham by William E. Ellis, Eastern Kentucky University, 17 November 1983From Interview of Barry Bingham by Karen Black, Bellarmine College, 21 February 1986; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Karen Black, Bellarmine College, 21 February 1986; From Barry Bingham, ""The Nimble Tread of the Feet, "" The Courier-Journal, 23 June 1987; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Mary D. Bobo, University of Louisville, 25 June 1982; From Barry Bingham, ""Too Good to Last, "" Harvard Alumni Gazette, June 1987.
From Interview of Mary Caperton Bingham by Samuel W. Thomas, 29 October 1990From Reminiscences of Mary Caperton Bingham, 1984; From Interview of Barry Bingham by William E. Ellis, Eastern Kentucky University, 9 April 1987; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Mary D. Bobo, University of Louisville, 25 June 1982; From Interview of Barry Bingham by William E. Ellis, Eastern Kentucky University, 9 April 1987; 3. The Family Business; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Mary D. Bobo, University of Louisville, 25 June 1982.
From Interview of Barry Bingham by William E. Ellis, Eastern Kentucky University, 9 April 1987From Interview of Barry Bingham by Mary D. Bobo, University of Louisville, 25 June 1982; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Terry L. Birdwhistell, University of Kentucky, 8 February 1980; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Mary D. Bobo, University of Louisville, 25 June 1982; From Reminiscences of Mary Caperton Bingham, 1984; From Interview of Barry Bingham by Mary D. Bobo, University of Louisville, 25 June 1982; From Reminiscences of Mary Caperton Bingham, 1984.
Note From Interview of Barry Bingham by William E. Ellis, Eastern Kentucky University, 6 January 1978.
Summary Barry Bingham, Sr., was one of this country's most influential journalists. Under his half-century of leadership, the Louisville Courier-Journal became one of America's leading newspapers, as attested by six Pulitzer Prizes. In this illuminating oral history, Samuel Thomas weaves together excerpts from more than a dozen interviews with Bingham, along with selections from his writings and comments by his wife, Mary Caperton Bingham. Barry Bingham's influence was voiced principally through newspaper journalism, but, besides owning the Courier-Journal and its evening companion, the Louisville T.
Note English.
ISBN 9780813158785 (electronic bk.)
0813158788 (electronic bk.)
1322596646
9781322596648
0813118352
9780813118352
OCLC # 900344779
Additional Format Print version: Bingham, Barry. Barry Bingham : A Man of His Word. Lexington : The University Press of Kentucky, 2015 9780813118352


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