The cherished aqua blue colored First Class Radio Telephony FCC license.  The license that opened the door to many jobs in the broadcasting business.
In the early 70's the FCC relaxed operator license requirements and did away with the traditional First Class Radiotelephony license  subsequently replacing it with a lifetime license call the General Radiotelephone Operator License.
One of the many schematic drawings that Ogden students had to learn in preparation for the FCC Second and First Class tests.  This one is of a tuned radio receiver and is a simple schematic compared to others.
William B. Ogden's Radio School
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............... Hey Ogden's Grad.... I hope these pages bring back some pleasant memories of the time you spent in Burbank or Huntington Beach. Contributions from people like you have made it all possible.  Here is your chance to share your memories of Bill, Tally, Thora, Richard Kiel, Major and more by taking a few minutes to sign the Ogden guestbook with your comments.  For most of us, it's been over 50 years since our  time at Ogden's and we don't have too many years left to get it done.  If you have previously signed the book, please sign it again.  Thank you and "Coffee's Get Them High". (Bob Pinheiro, class of January 1958 and webmaster of this site.)