Fully text-searchable, the Lake & Mendocino Counties1984 Phone Book has 602 scanned pages of the White Residential/Business Pages and Yellow Pages, with listings for the following communities:
Albion - Big Stump Ranch - Boonville - Calistoga - Calpella - Camp St. Albert - Clearlake
Clearlake Oaks - Clearlake Park - Cobb Mountain - Comptche - De Vilbiss Ranch - Elk - Finley
Fort Bragg - Glenhaven - Gualala - Hardy Creek - Hopland - Kelseyville - Lakeport - Little River
Loch Lomand - Lower Lake - Lucerne - Manchester - Mendocino - Middletown - Navarro - Nice - Northspur
Noyo River - Philo - Point Arena - Potter Valley - Redwood Valley - Risch Station - Rockport
SF Boy's Club Camp - Summit- Talmage - Ukiah - Upper Lake - Westport - Whispering Pines
Willits - Witter Springs - Yorkville
This CD includes:
White Pages: Alphabetical Residential, Business & Government
Yellow Pages: Classified by business type
Page images are fully text searchable by any first or last name, business name, phone number, address or partial name or keyword. You may also use it as a regular phone book and do alphabetical look ups.
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