The Saga of Marshall Todd Warden
famous wrestler 'Country Boy Haystacks Calhoun'
Canning in Collin County
From collection of Royal M. Baker
"Curly Bill" Horse Thief, Cattle Dealer, Murderer, Lawman: 1858-1909 by Randolf W. Farmer
300 E. Virginia St. McKinney, TX 75069
We are located in downtown McKinney one block off the square at Chestnut St. and Virginia St.
We are open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10AM – 3PM for research needs. Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to let us know when you wish to visit.
We are open to the public during exhibitions and events. Please see our calendar for details.
Good Afternoon. The opening of our Historical Quilt Exhibit, “Pieces of the Past”, is quickly approaching. We are thrilled to Read more →
Calling all quilters and those who like to look at them: CCHS will kick the new year off with a Read more →
Dear Friends of the Collin County Historical Society and Museum We know it is hard to choose which organizations you Read more →
Our 1911 museum building now shows her original colors. She recently received a much needed face lift thanks to Read more →
We are happy to report our research library for students, researchers, genealogists, historians, and everyone else interested in the history Read more →