Gratulasjonsheftet ble gitt til Falstadsenterets samling av Kuløys familie i 2008, sammen med flere andre gjenstander. Blant disse var en byste, som familien fikk laget til minne om Knut i 1946. Bysten er utformet av billedhugger Leirdal.
Engineer Knut Kuløy arrived Falstad May 25th 1943. He was arrested in February along with a number of students and others affiliated with resistance groups at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (NTH) in Trondheim. At Falstad, he became the construction manager for the new commander's residence east of the camp. On October 29th 1943 he turned 29 and in this occasion his fellow prisoners a booklet for him with poems and cartoons. This page from the booklet shows Kuløy's characteristic long figure wearing a prisoner coat. In December the same year, Kuløy and many other prisoners were sent to Germany. He was imprisoned in Sachsenhausen and later in Bergen-Belsen, where he died in shortly before liberation.
The booklet was given to the Falstad Centre's collection by Kuløy's family in 2008, along with several other items. Among these was a bust, made in memory of Knut in 1946. The bust was designed by sculptor Leirdal. The Falstad Centre also recieved the coat that Knut Kuløy wore at Falstad. When he was sent to Germany, his sister met him at the station in Trondheim to give him a warmer coat. She kept the coat from Falstad and other items until her death in 2008.