Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon for Dr. Morris Hirsch Kahn, New York heart specialist, at the Riverside Memorial Chapel, Seventy-sixth street and Amsterdam avenue. Burial was at Washington Cemetery.
Dr. Kahn was a fellow of the American College of Physicians and a former member of the New York Academy of Medicine, Eastern Medical Society, American Medical Association, and the Society for Experimental Biology.
After his graduation from Cornell Medical School in 1909 Dr. Kahn was associated with Mount Sinai Hospital for eleven years, first as an interne and then as resident physician. In 1920 he became cardiologist of the Beth Israel Hospital.
For the last four years he suffered from a serious cardiac condition. He entered Mount Sinai Hospital a few days ago, when his condition became acute, and died there Friday morning.
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