Student notes from Stanford's early mechanical engineering and electrical engineering classes, 1919-21; typescript articles,
charts, reports, and reprints (by Semino and others) largely pertaining to research done for Shell Oil Company of California,
1922-32; manuscript of THE OIL HEAT EXCHANGER by Semino and F.L. Kallum, 1925; and correspondence, 1934-37. Some materials
relate to the Industrial Engineers, Inc. founded by four Stanford engineers in the 1930s. Also includes film on the Mayfield
Development Project in Palo Alto.
Semino received his a.b. in mechanical engineering from Stanford University in 1922.
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