Annamae Ullman, a nineteen-year-old student at the Oregon Institute of Technology, caught the Journal’s attention when she passed the exam to earn an amateur radio operator’s license in March 1930. Ullman had arrived in Oregon two years earlier. While driving through the state with her family, she found that she liked it so much that she decided to stay. Having earned her amateur radio license, the Journal reported, Ullman planned to pursue a commercial license and become a radio operator on an ocean liner

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