|Re: Los Angeles Numbering, 1940s|
|Steven Lichter (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Sun, 30 Oct 2005 23:46:56 GMT
> Paul Coxwell wrote:
>> Phone numbers were used several times, which I am assuming were of the
> I don't know about previous discussion here, but Los Angeles indeed
> Downtown Los Angeles, for example, was the MAdison Exchange. I remember
> Same for HOllywood.
The San Fernado Valley was the same, West Valley had DIamond and Van
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