Three bound volumes. The 1904 & 1905 Stanford University viewbooks published by H. W. Simkins with additional photographs
and handwritten notes added by Frank Oakes Ellenwood.
Selected Papers of William Frederick Durand: Reprinted in Commemoration of the Eighty-Fifth Anniversary of His Birth. Pasadena, a bibliography of the published works of Professor W.F. Durand, signed by Durand to F. O. Ellenwood.
Frank Oakes Ellenwood was born November 10, 1878 in Little Hocking, Ohio. In 1904 he received the degree of A.B. in Mechanical
Engineering from Stanford University, and in 1922 the degree of Mechanical Engineer, also from Stanford University. In 1911
he went to Cornell University as an assistant professor of heat-power engineering after serving as an instructor of mechanical
engineering at Stanford from 1908 to 1911. In 1915 he was made Professor of Heat-Power Engineering; in 1940 he was made head
of that department, and in 1941 he was appointed John Edson Sweet Professor of Engineering. He died in Rochester, New York,
on September 7, 1947.
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