Who invented the telephone book?

Answer While it is hard to say what specific person invented the telephone book, the very first phone book was issued in the town of New Haven, Connecticut, in 1878, two years after Alexander Graham Bell ... Read More »

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When was the first telephone book made?

The first telephone book was distributed in New Haven, Connecticut, in November 1878, two years after Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. The 20-page book contained information on 391 sub... Read More »

Is copying from the telephone book copyright infringement?

According to the U.S. Supreme Court 1991 ruling in Feist Publications Inc. v. Rural Telephone Service Co., the information contained in a telephone book is not copyrighted material. This was based... Read More »

How many names did the first telephone book contain?

The first telephone book in the world was only 20 pages and had 391 listings. The phone book was for New Haven, Connecticut, and was issued in 1878, just two years after the invention of the teleph... Read More »

Who invented telephone?

Alexander Graham Bell is the one that got a patent first (1876 I think) so he gets the credit but he wasn't the first inventor by any means. Meucci got there way before him Read More »