House of Dreams: The Bingham Family of Louisville

House of Dreams The Bingham Family of Louisville The inside story of the tragic collapse of the Binghams of Louisville and the bitter family quarrel that led to the loss of their journalistic empire page black and white photo insert

  • Title: House of Dreams: The Bingham Family of Louisville
  • Author: Marie Brenner Narie Brenner
  • ISBN: 9780394558318
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The inside story of the tragic collapse of the Binghams of Louisville and the bitter family quarrel that led to the loss of their journalistic empire 16 page black and white photo insert.

    One thought on “House of Dreams: The Bingham Family of Louisville”

    1. You dont need to be familiar with the Binghams to enjoy this book. It is full of love, pride, selfishness, drama, fame/fortune, and so much more. The Bingham family, often compared to the infamous Kennedys, have a story unlike most of us can even dream of. Known for creating Louisville, KY into what it is today, they were highly influential but faced a downfall that nearly wrecked them all to shreds. This is a story of parents attempting to resolve family issues, only to find themselves in an em [...]

    2. Another telling of the demise and fall of the Bingham publishing empire and the scandals and disputes that tore the family apart. A very readable book about this fascinating family saga.

    3. Saw this family interviewed on 60 minutes when I was in college. The book is terrific. Old Kentucky publishing family.

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