This collection was compiled by Louisville's noted cardiologist Emmet F. Horine on a variety of medical topics related to memphosis or surgical anesthesia. The collection is organized alphabetically by subject and there is an index, as well as correspondence, microfilm of pamphlet file, and programs from Kentucky State Medical Association from 1935 to 1960.
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Emmet F. Horine was born August 3, 1885 in Brooks, Kentucky, the son of Dr. George and Elizabeth Barrell Horine. The family moved to Georgia in 1891 and Emmet attended elementary and high school there, going on to attend Emory University in Atlanta for the 1902-03 session. In 1903, his father died and the family returned to Kentucky, where Emmet graduated from the Kentucky School of Medicine in 1907. He married Helen Ruthenburg in 1914 and they had three daughters and one son. Dr. Horine served in the Army Medical Corps during WWI, returning to Louisville to practice and teach in 1919. During 1922 and 1923 he studied cardiology in Vienna and London.
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