Author Biographical Info

Sidney A. Schnur (June 23, 1910 – April 8, 1997) was born in Manhattan, New York and earned his MD from New York University in 1935. He was a physician and a clinical assistant professor at Baylor College of Medicine, and he served as president of the Harris County Medical Society in 1972. See more at

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Cardiovascular Medicine, Cardiology, Houston (TX), American Heart Association, Harris County Hospital District, St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital (Houston, TX), St. Joseph Hospital (Houston, TX), Texas Medical Association, Houston Academy of Medicine, Houston Heart Association, Sidney Schnur, Harris County Medical Society (TX), correspondence, awards, reports, financial records, minutes (administrative records), agendas (administrative records), personnel records, administrative records, questionnaires


The Sidney Schnur, MD papers document his work as a cardiologist and clinical professor at Baylor College of Medicine. The papers include materials related to St. Joseph's Hospital, St. Luke's Hospital, and a variety of professional organizations. Foremost among these are a number of records relating to the Harris County Medical Society around the time of his presidency in 1972. There are also records from his involvement in the American Heart Association, Houston Heart Association, and other groups. See more at MS 031.


Deed of gift signed by Sidney Schnur . 4/15/1982



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