You're probably in one of these books! And if you're not, you owe it to yourself and your family to learn a bit about your heritage. All sales benefit historical association projects and programs. They make excellent gifts.

Books may be purchased at the Fire Station Museum on Saturdays, 10am-2pm, or at the Majors-Parchman Visitor's Center at 701 S. Kaufman Street. Office hours are 9am-3pm, Tuesday through Friday, or by calling 903-537-4760 for more information.

Shipping and handling for a postal address will be added to the price of the publications.

Memories of Don Meredith & Hometown Mt. Vernon

Read about the boyhood and the growing up of Meredith, and learn about the hometown that many Mt. Vernon natives fondly recall.

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Early Days in Franklin County

Compiled by B.F. Hicks, this is a collection of articles and personal recollections of Franklin County from the turn of the century.

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A Walk through Mt. Vernon

A nostalgic look at Mt. Vernon's buildings and businesses - past and present: Its 256 pages filled with photographs as you take a walking tour of the town.

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Reflective Rays

Over 100 pages cover the history of the community at mid-century through the eyes of a young boy. The stories are universal to life in this country and will be of interest to natives and newcomers alike.

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