This collection contains some of Dr. Cushing's correspondence, 1914-1939; reprints of his articles, 1920-1935; and Cushing tributes, obituaries, memorials, 1938-1949.
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.
This body of experimental data documents some of the research on cardiac output conducted by Moore and Kinsman. Graphs for individual patients and for animal subjects predominate, but the records also include drafts of articles on the injection method of studying circulation and a small amount of correspondence, some with co-worker Dr. William F. Hamilton.
This material consists of typewritten notes on or for his lectures on electrocardiography at the University of Michigan around 1947. There are more than 250 pages of typed notes and perhaps 1,000 illustrations on a separate reel.