Physician, medical educator, writer. Born– July 16, 1921, New York, N.Y. Parents–Benjamin and Rose Kahn. ¬†Married– Jane Sherman, June 3, 1943. Children– Three. Education– University of Alabama, A.B., 1941; Louisiana State University College of Medicine, M.D., 1945; residency, St. Louis Children’s Hospital. U.S. Army Medical Corps, 1946-1948; practiced pediatrics, 1951-1970; taught, Washington University School of Medicine, 1978-. Editor of a section in Clinical Pediatrics, 1968-1970; reviewer, American Journal of Public Health, 1975-; authored a number of articles and, as a student of Hudson Strode at the University of Alabama, a play “Stonewall ‘Gator,” as well as an unpublished novel and two short stories. One of the stories was published in Mademoiselle and later in a Strode anthology, Spring Harvest, under the title “The Blade of Grass.” The other story was sold to Town and Country but never published.


Kahn’s curriculum vitae.


Stonewall ‘Gator. University, Ala.; L. Raines, 1942.