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Telephone books
Posted by: dugdale1
Date: January 05, 2012 06:46PM
Has anyone figured out how to get old phone books from 40s 50s etc They would be a great way to find out what was where.

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Re: Telephone books
Posted by: edjcox
Date: January 10, 2012 02:07AM
Ask Sherman and see if he'd loan you the Wayback machine.:rofl::
Actally I haven't a clue where they might have telephone book archives.. Printed on cheap paper these books probably deteriorated rapidly. My Dad would and me one for use as TP in the old shack in the back... Tried to avoid the yellow pages till the end.. Good luck! :look:






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Re: Telephone books
Posted by: jughed440
Date: February 09, 2012 10:37AM
check the library??

our local library has a historical division that has nearly every phone book from every community in the county.



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