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  • ID: I26
  • Name: Sidney Isaac Kornhauser
  • Surname: Kornhauser
  • Given Name: Sidney Isaac
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 3 Nov 1887 in Cleveland, Ohio 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  • Death: 1 Jan 1959 in Louisville, Kentucky 5 9 of heart attack
  • Burial: 5 Jan 1959 Plot F-70-E, Zachary Taylor Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky
  • _UID: 5240107F5E07D61183FD9810F46D0D4F5240
  • Note:
    Listed in Ellis Island database:
    Traveled to Hamilton, Bermuda in 1909 on ship Bermudian, arriving in New York on August 5th. Aged 22 yrs, single, male. Occupation is biology. Able to read and write. US Citizen

    Registered for WWI on 5 June 1917 in Evanston, Illinois. Lists DOB as 3 Nov 1887 in Cleveland, Ohio. Employed by Northwestern University as an Asst. Prof. of Zoology and histology. Married.

    2ND LT US LAB POE HOBOKEN NJ SANITARY CORPS HAN (from tombstone)
    gave up Judaism -- described as anti-Semitic

    Enumerated in 1930 census, ED 56-165, sheet 1, line 20: 3931 Northwestern Parkway, owned house, valued at $8000, had radio, does not live on a farm, male, white, 42 years, married, first marriage at age 26, has not attended school, reads and writes English, born Ohio, father born in Austria, mother born in PA, speaks English, occupation professor at Medical School, class W or worker, veteran of World War I.

    Obituary from A1 of the Friday, Jan. 2, 1959 Courier Journal (Louisville):
    Anatomy Professor Kornhauser Of U. of L. Medical School Dies
    Dean Calls Him Most Beloved

    Dr. Sidney I. Kornhauser, long-time professor of anatomy at the University of Louisville Medical School and one of the most beloved members of the faculty died early yesterday.

    Death came to the 71-year-old professor in his sleep about 2 a.m. at his home, 3931 North Western Parkway.

    He had suffered a heart attack about 12 years ago and had been under a doctor's care, but had not been ill recently.

    Planning to Quit

    For 36 years until last June, he was chariman of the Medical School's department of anatomy. He continued as professor, however, and took over the additional duty of director of admissions.

    In about three weeks, he was to have quit teaching entirely.

    Dr. J. Murray Kinsman, dean of the school, said Dr. Kornhauser would have continued in the admissions post, however. Also, the dean had planned for Dr. Kornahuser to become a student adviser of director of student affairs.

    The dean called Dr. Kornhauser "probably the most beloved teacher by his past students on the whole faculty."

    Dr. Kinsman explained that the freshman students, all of whom were required to take Dr. Kornhauser's microscopic anatomy course, were perhaps a "bit afraid" of th professor. He was demanding by completely fair, the dean said.

    But once finished with the course, the students "looked back with a great deal of affection" on Dr. Kornhauser, Dr. Kinsman said. He continued: "He knew them all. He had a flair for keeping up with his former students and remembering things about them. We will miss him greatly."

    Said another colleague of Dr. Kornhauser's: "He was a dedicated person and an ideal teacher. He loved teaching. He loved the Medical School. He loved the students."

    Scholarship named for Him

    Dr. Kornhauser was not a medical doctor. His doctor's degree was a Ph. D., earned at Harvard University in 1912.

    Yet he was an honorary member of the Jefferson County Medical Society -- the first non-M.D. in many years to be so honored in 1956.

    He was also an honorary member of Alpha Omega Alpha [continued on page A9] national medical honor society, and of the Phi Delta Epsilon medical fraternity, whose Graduate Club here named a scholarship fund after him.

    A "pet project" of Dr. Kornhauser's was the Medical School library, maintained jointly with the County Medical Society at the school.

    He was chairman of the school's library committee and led annual campaigns to raise money for new books and to buy medical periodicals.

    Headed Rhodes Committee

    For several years until last year, he headed the Kentucky selection committee for Rhodes Scholarships to Oxford University in Englad.

    From 1928 to 1948, he was executive secretary of the Medical School. He resigned after touching off a contraversy with charges that political pressure was being used to get students in the school School and university officials denied the charges.

    Dr. Kornhauser was a founder of the Biological Stains Commission, which has worked with inductry since the early 1920's to standardize stains used to study tissues under the microscope. He was commission secretary for many years.

    Studied in Germany

    He was an honorary consultant to the Army Medical Library in Washington.

    Dr. Kornhauser was a native of Cleveland and was graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 1908. One of his classmates, and valedictorian of the class, was Anna Viola Marshall of McKeesport, Pa. They were married five years later. Mrs. Kornhauser survives.

    He did graduate work at Harvard and at the University of Halle and University of Wurzburg, both in Germany. He came to the U. of L. Medical School in 1922 as professor and chairman of anatomy.

    Previously he had taught at George Washington University, Washington, D.C.; Harvard; Northwestern University, Chicago, and Denison University, Granville, Ohio.

    He served as a lieutenant in the Army Sanitary Corps in World War I, and remained active for many years in the Army reserve.

    Dr. Kornhauser published more than 25 papers on biology and anatomy, and patented a dissecting table and a method of staining body tissues.

    He is survived also by three children, Albert E. Kornhauser, Glen Ellyn, Ill., treasurer of a thermostatic controls firm; Dr. Edward T. Kornhauser, who teaches electronics at Brown University, Providence, R.I., and Mrs. Frank H. Miller, Jr., Louisville; a sister, Miss Carrie Kornhauser, Pittsburgh, and nine grandchildren.

    The funeral will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Pearson's, 149 Breckinridge Lane. Burial will be in Zachary Taylor National Cemetery.
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    Father: Albert Kornhauser b: Apr 1851 in Hungary
    Mother: Henrietta Goldberg b: Nov 1853 in Pennsylvania

    Marriage 1 Anna Viola Marshall b: 23 Mar 1887 in Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio
    • Married: 8 Nov 1913 in Wurzburg, Germany 10 5
    Children
    1. Has Children Albert Edward Kornhauser b: 13 Aug 1917 in Ohio
    2. Has Children Katherine Kornhauser b: 3 Apr 1920 in Louisville, Kentucky
    3. Has Children Edward Theodore Kornhauser b: 30 Jun 1925 in Louisville, Kentucky

    Sources:
    1. Title: Library of Congress Subject Heading
      Author: Library of Congress
    2. Title: American men of science: a biographical directory 5th ed
      Author: Cattell, J.M.
      Publication: Cattell, Jaques. - New York. - 1933
    3. Title: Who's who in world Jewry: a biographical dictionary of outstanding Jews
      Author: Carmin, I.
      Publication: Schneiderman, H.. - New York. - 1955
    4. Title: Letter from Katherine Kornhauser Kamin to Anne Kornhauser Baker, 1999
    5. Title: Notes from Kornhauser Family Reunion (2000).
    6. Title: Social Security Records
    7. Title: 1900 Census, 12th Ward Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, ED 48, Page 8A
    8. Title: Birth Records, Cuyahoga County Archives, Ohio
      Publication: 2905 Franklin Boulevard; Cleveland, Ohio 44113
    9. Title: Kentucky Death Index 1911-Present
      Text: Kornhauser, Anna M. Volume 45, Certificate, 22426, Death Date 16 Sep 1978, Death place Jefferson, Age 91, Residence Jefferson

      Kornhauser, Sidney I, Volume 2, Certificate 844, Death date 1 Jan 1959, Death place Jefferson, Age 71, Residence Jefferson
      Text: Kornhauser, Anna M. Volume 45, Certificate, 22426, Death Date 16 Sep 1978, Death place Jefferson, Age 91, Residence Jefferson

      Kornhauser, Sidney I, Volume 2, Certificate 844, Death date 1 Jan 1959, Death place Jefferson, Age 71, Residence Jefferson
    10. Title: Diary of Anna Marshall
      Author: Marshall, Anna
      Publication: September, 1913-1914
      Note:
      photocopies of Sidney I. Kornahauser and Anna Marshall's wedding banns, copied into Anna's diary
    11. Title: The Search for the Descendants of Samuel and Permilia Scott
      Author: Dexter, Mary L.
      Publication: Glen Haven Historical Society, 1977-8
    12. Title: The Courier Journal, Louisville, Kentucky; March 24, 1966
    13. Title: Family Tree in Bible
      Author: Marshall, Anna Viola
    14. Title: Personal Communication, Marc Marshall. Nov 28, 2005. marc.marshall@laposte.net

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