Fully text-searchable, the Saint Paul and Surrounding Communities 1991-92 phone book CD has over 900 scanned pages of Residential, Business, and Government listings including:
Afton - Apple Valley - Arden Hills, Bayport, Birchwood, Centerville, Columbus Twp. - Cottage Grove
Dellwood - Eagan - East County Line - Falcon Heights - Forest Lake - Gem Lake - Hastings - Hugo
Inver Grove Heights - Lake Elmo - Lake Johanna - Lakeland - Lakeland Shores - Landfall - Lauderdale
Lilydale - Lino Lakes - Linwood Twp. - Little Canada - Mahtomedi - Maplewood - Marine on St. Croix
Martin Lake - Mendota - Mendota Heights - New Brighton - Newport - North Oaks - North St. Paul
Oak Park Heights - Oakdale - Rosemount - Roseville - St. Croix Beach - St. Mary's Point - St. Paul Park
Scandia - Shoreview - South St. Paul - Stacy - Stillwater - Sunfish Lake - Univ. of Minnesota - Vadnais Heights
West St. Paul - White Bear Lake - White Bear Twp. - Willernie - Woodbury - Wyoming
All pages are fully text-searchable by any keyword - first or last name, business name, phone number, address, or partial name. You may also use it as a regular phone book and do alphabetical lookups.
This phonebook CD will provide the following information:
Residential, Business & Government Listings
Full name - Address – Telephone number
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