Miss Transmitter Room - Pamela Bodenheimer - circa 1974.
From Ves Fulp:
She was the daughter of a Western Electric friend (and a frequent golf companion). I hired her as a receptionist, typist, and all around helper. Because of high level x-rays, microwave and high voltage, she controlled entry and the issuance of dosimeters to all visitors as well as film badges to all who worked in the transmitter room as well as typing, filing, making coffee, etc. She came to my group when two previous receptionists left because they could not tolerate the high noise levels. Being young and her first job, she was a perfect match for the transmitter environment and work personnel.