This folder contains a variety of case studies of electrical accidents and several reprints of papers presented on the same subject. Government statistical reports on mortality from various causes and home accident fatalities are also included.
This folder contains reprints of AIEE conference papers on the topic of electrical safety, as well as a variety of safety manuals and a printed bibliography on Electrical Safety - 1930-1953. Also included is a paper on AIEE safety standards and a copy of an address Herbert Hoover gave in response ro receiving the Howard Conley Gold Medal comferred by the American Standards Association.
This folder contains extensive correspondence between Dr. Kouwenhoven and power companies across the United States regarding episodes of electric shock. This exchange of information was an ongoing part of Dr. Kouwenhoven's research on the effect of electric shock on the human body.
Proceedings of the AIEE Feb. 1916. — Feb. 8-9, 1916
This folder contains one copy of the Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Vol. XXXV, No. 2, February, 1916. It details the papers to be presented at the 4th Midwinter Convention of the Institute.
This folder contains a copy of a thesis by Daniel I. Weinberg entitled"Electric shock Hazards in Cardiac Catherization." It was submitted as a requirement for the degree of Master of Science in the Dept. of Electrical Engineering at Duke University. Included are comments on the thesis by Dr. Richard Ross and copies of other papers by Weisberg.