GALVESTON

Some Galveston County residents may have noticed a change in their landline phone service earlier this year.

Keri Heath: 409-683-5241; keri.heath@galvnews.com or on Twitter @HeathKeri.

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Bailey Jones

I didn't know that 7 digit calling was still a thing. [tongue_smile]

Jim Forsythe

Bailey, our first phone number was just one digit, 9.

No telling what numbers we will have in another 60 years.

Bailey Jones

I remember our first exchange - FAirfax 5. My great aunt, Alabama, ran the switchboard in Wilton, Arkansas, where my mom's family was. I kick myself for not having the sense to salvage all that great old equipment when she died in the early 60s.

Carlos Ponce

Our Santa Fe Old School Museum has a nice collection of old phones, even one wall mounted with a hand crank. We also have candlestick phones.....I couldn't believe how heavy they are!

domenico nuckols

I hope this will help getting to the Trevor project directly. That’s gay suicide hot line easier bigots

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