Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents 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.
Scope and Contents This collection documents the organization’s meetings from its beginnings in 1926. Included are copies of many of the papers presented over the years, membership information, along with minutes, correspondence, and financial records.
Scope and Contents This collection contains forty oversized color reproductions of paintings illustrating history of medicine subjects and important persons, including: Primitive Medicine (Navaho), Egyptian, Hammurabi fee setting, Asclepius, Galen, Rhazes, Paracelsus, Vesalius, medieval hospitals, Pare, Harvey, Lavoisier, Sydenham, Lind, Leeuwenhoek, Laennac, Pinel, J Hunter, Morgagni, Rush, Jenner, 5 - Anesthesia (Morton), Semmelweis, AMA founding, Sims, Virchow, Helmholtz, Bernard, Pasteur, Lister, Charcot,...
Scope and Contents Along with the Louisville Medical Institute portion of the collection are the Caldwell, Gardner, and Keeney collections. Emmet Field Horine, M.D., willed two collections from his vast personal library to the Kornhauser Health Sciences Library. These include publications by and about Charles Caldwell, M.D., and books and journals on phrenology, Mesmerism, animal magnetism, the water cure, and hypnotism. The Caldwell collection has over two hundred cataloged volumes. The principal focus of the...
Dates: 17th-20th century
Scope and Contents This collection contains administrative records from the project; bioqraphies of health professionals; information on schools of medicine, dentistry, nursinq, pharmacy, and public health in Kentucky; professional orqanizations and other societies; hospitals and related institutions; public health orqanizations; and miscellaneous health topics.