I've been using this nifty 1951 telephone book card / calendar for a few years now as a bookmark, and looking at it again and thinking about how weird the idea of a big floppy book filled with thousands of phone numbers and ads really is in our current modern way of living. In fact, just yesterday I found the new phone book wrapped in plastic, and lying at the end of my driveway, the pitiful 2020 edition still struggling to be relevant, and definitely struggling to reach even 100 pages long anymore. In the age of nearly all information instantly available at your fingertips via smartphone, does anyone really still use a phone book? I honestly don't think I've cracked one out of the plastic wrapping in over a decade, though I do have some from the 70's still because they're full of great advertising art and memories of fave childhood business long gone. (I even did a post about it in 2010, just CLICK HERE for it!) So, in the meantime, enjoy the attractive girl art on this card, she's looking tempted to call information-- but no, she's letting her fingers do the walking instead!