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Whitepages came alive shortly after the 1876 invention of the phone by Alexander Bell
are edited by many different Telecommunication companies
linked to a long and fascinating Post and Telephone History.
First printed on white paper they are now online.
1370 Home of the Villeroys, advisors of the Bourbons, Kings of France.
1588 Pied-a-terre for King Henri IV . 1646 Childhood place for King Louis XIV.
1671 Seat of the Royal French Postal Services,
1700s Louis Leon Pajot and Anselm Franz Thurn & Taxis (Postmaster in the logo) handle International Mail with their post horses.
1738 King Louis XV ends the Paris Postal Service. VB Spirit of Telecommunication fell asleep for a long long time
1869 Cremerie de Paris reopens as a Milk Store at the Halles food market, constructed under the eyes of Empress Eugenie.
1876 Alexander Graham Bell invents the Phone creating a need for Phone Directories, 1881 he came to visit.
1887 Construction of the Eiffel Tower, the expressions Yellow Pages and White Pages start to be used in France and the US.
6 of many Pop Up Store Video made at Cremerie de Paris.
1986 Spirit of Telecommunications wakes up with a great x 6 grandson of the old Thurn & Taxis Postmaster
showing the historic VB Postal mansion to a student ...
The visit results in the return of Telecom ... a small Repair Boutique for avant-garde Sony Phones opens next door.
1993 Sony Phones and a little jewel left by Coco Chanel make it possible to reopen Cremerie de Paris N°1 right in the VB Postal mansion.
1995 first Internet Cafe in Paris and US CallBack Telecom agency,