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If you were around in the area in the 70s and 80s, then you are familiar with Moore family. The Moore Family Mountain Crafts in Ashford, Washington provided a place for a multitude of talented …

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Mashell Telephone Co. Switchboard – The Ms (early 1950)

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Mashell Telephone Company Switchboard, the M's

Mashell Telephone Company Switchboard, the M’s

Mashell Telephone Company used a switchboard up until the early 1950s. This page shows the M’s. You may recognize some familiar names.

• J.R. Morris, 2-3582
• Moore-Haven Rest Home, 2-4821
Bert Morrison, 2-4311
• E. F. Morgan, 2-3517
• Belle Morgan, 2-3853
• Frank Maxwell Jr., 2-4252
• Silvio (Joe) Mariani, 2-4251
Clifford Manning
• Quinto Marchetti, 864
• Olaf Malcom, 2-4436
• Robert Marshall, 2-4291
• Masonic Lodge, 242
John Malm, 2-3215
Olaf Malcom (Liquor Store), 222
• Matt Mastrappe, 2-4234
• R. J. McCord, 2-4145
• Ed McCollum, 2-4444
• Mrs. Esther R. McDonald, 2-4827
• J. McGowen, 174
• Richard McKim, 2-4434
• Wm. G. McGuire (Benbow Resort), 2-3666
• Charles McKasson, 2-4443
• W. A. McPhee, 462
• Charles McTee Jr., 2-4174
• Bert Meddaugh, 2-4734
Glen Melvin, 2-8515
Louie Mettler, 6R13
• Henry Meyers, 2-3311

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