Included in this folder are various newspaper clippings and journal articles about Dr. Kouwenhoven receiving the prestigious Edison Medal for his "...investigations of the effects of electricity on the human body with the successful development of countershock for the cure of fibrillation of the heart." Also included is his resume and list of his publications which were used in a pamphlet promoting his candidacy for the American Institute of Electrical Engineers presidency (also found in this folder).
This folder contains a reprint of a paper entitled "Electric Fences" by Charles F. Dalziel which was presented at the 1949 Winter Meeting of the AIEE. There are also copies of commentaries on the paper and correspondence between Professor Dalziel and Dean Kouwenhoven.
JHU School of Engineering Report to the Governor Jan. 1954. — January 1954
This is a formal report from the School of Engineering to the Governor and General Assembly of Maryland on its 1953 activities, achievements, needs and scholarship awards. The previous Dean of the school, Dr. Kouwenhoven, prepared this annual report from 1939 to 1953. His biography and photo are included in this report.
Published by the Brooklyn Polytechnic Alumni Association, this journal includes a photo and short biography of Dr. Kouwenhoven, class of 1906, in an article entitled "Poly Men Listed in 'Who's Who in America'." The bios appear to be copies of the entries from the book.
This folder contains the records of the 104 sales of the film "Closed Chest Cardiac Massage" and correspondence between Dr. Kouwenhoven and the purchasers. Included are many electric companies, Heart Associations and cities.
The Johns Hopkins Magazine June 1953. — June, 1953. — 2 copies
A brief article and photograph of Dr. Kouwenhoven appear in an article entitled "Three Retiring Hopkins Leaders - and a Pair of Their Successors." The other two featured in the article are Lowell Reed, vice-president of the Hopkins Hospital and University and Alan Chesney, dean of the School of Medicine.
The Vector - JHU School of Engineering 1950-1953. — June 1950-November 1953
The Vector was a publication of the Johns Hopkins Student Engineers. This folder contains photocopies of articles related to Kouwenhoven from the June 1950 issue and two complete issues of the Vector (November 1952 and November 1953). The 1953 issue features a biographies of Dr. Kouwenhoven and Robert H. Roy the new Dean.