The Library of Congress has digitized historic Serbian telephone directories and made them available to the public. They can be accessed via the links below or via the Library of Congress Online Catalog. All of the directories include entries for businesses and organizations as well as for private individuals. We are grateful to the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Washington, DC, for help in obtaining permission for the digitization of the directories.
The Library's copies of these telephone directories were selected for preservation treatment due to their poor physical condition. Digitized versions were produced to allow researchers free digital access to their historical content, while the fragile original items are retained in the collections. All directories are also linked to the corresponding entry in the Library of Congress online catalog. The presentation is via searchable and downloadable PDF (click on the title link) or via "page turner" display. Searching requires the use of Cyrillic characters, but is not entirely reliable, thus results should be confirmed manually by turning to the appropriate page.
In addition to the directories below, the Library of Congress has digitized a microfilm set Telephone Directories from Former Yugoslavia. The contents are available via Stacks, the Library of Congress database for onsite only rights restricted content. See the List of Directories for details about which directories have been digitized.