Are successively under this title the digital versions of all address books and telephone books older gathered, give the address information. Were mainly digitized collections of the State- and University Library Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky and the State Archives of Hamburg, also volumes of 15 other German libraries and archives.
- The "Hamburg Address Book", later "Hamburger Address Book", with minor exceptions to the 1787 to 1966 published annually, and its predecessors in 17./18. Century, First "Hamburgum literatum" for years 1698 and 1701 and the "now busy in Hamburg," published in 1712.
- The "Altonaische Address Book", later, "Altona Address Book", of the 1802 to the association with Hamburg Altona 1938 both independently and appeared linked to the Hamburg address book;
- Address books for village and the mountains Vierlande, Harburg-Wilhelmsburg, Wandsbek, Rahlstedt, Blankenese and Elbvororte, were at different time points with Hamburg combined;
- Address books and Geesthacht to Cuxhaven 1938, were separated as two cities with the Greater Hamburg Act of Hamburg.