These are Paul's personal papers, consisting of literary manuscripts, correspondence (both personal and business), photographs, and memorabilia documenting his career and family life.
Copyright has been transferred to the University of Louisville and there are no additional restrictions.
1.25 linear feet (1 records center boxes)
Robert Paul was the first director of the I. W. Bernheim Foundation, which had been established to oversee the development of Bernheim Forest, a fourteen thousand acre nature preserve in Bullitt and Nelson counties, Kentucky. Paul was born in Scotland, was reared in England, and came to the United States following his service in the British Army during World War I. He went to work for Louisville distiller Isaac W. Bernheim in 1926, eventually becoming Bernheim's personal secretary before becoming the director of the foundation in 1936. These are Robert Paul's personal papers, consisting of literary manuscripts, personal and business correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia documenting his career and family life.
Part of the University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections Repository