Remember how people use to carry around miniature books or notepads to record acquaintance's contact information? It was a time before everything went digital, and a person's phone number and address were more than a click away. Perhaps the most famous 'little black book' in the world is now on display at The Chicago History Museum. The address book once belonged to Hugh Hefner, the CEO of Playboy Enterprises, and was obtained by auction house Christie's in 2003.
Hefner's address book is currently featured in the ' Unexpected Chicago' exhibit, and some of his entries are creating buzz about the playboy's dating habits. One entry next to the name "Lynn" reads, "haven't met yet, friends of Joyce's, lively." There's also a "While You Were Away" note tucked in the book which reads that a woman named Sherry called for Hefner at 12:40 am in the morning. In addition, Hefner left otherRead More »from Hugh Hefner’s ‘Little Black Book’ Revealed