There are many historical markers in Bonham.
Learn about the historic Post Office Building.
Remember the Alexander Hotel.
See photos of the Allen Memorial Hospital and M & S Clinic and Hospital.
See photos of the Bonham Square.
See photos of early Bonham businesses.
See photos of Bonham historic homes.
Read about Samuel A. Roberts (1809-1872)
Read about the Bonham Schools.
Learn about Cole Younger's visit to Bonham in 1913.
Read about the Prisoner of War Camp established in Bonham in 1943.
Evans, Judge W. A. Bonham 52 Years Ago.
See a Bonham 1914 map.
See the 1902 book Pictorial Souvenir of the City of Bonham, Texas
Read: Dodd City, established in 1839, didn't have a name until the 1870's. Bonham Daily Favorite, September 20, 1992
Read about the history of this community.
Read about the early Ector High School.
See more photos from early Ector.
Read about the Gober Baptist Church.
Read about the Gober Cemetery.
Read about the Gober Garage.
Read of the history of Gober and the Gober Public Schools.
See a beautiful booklet of the Gober Public School, 1901-1902
Visit the website of the Honey Grove Preservation League for information on Honey Grove.
See information and links on our Ladonia page.
Read the history and see photos.
See photos of Randolph.
Read about the now demised community of Savage near Leonard.
Visit the website for Savoy created by David Gaddy for lots of information on this town.
Read about this town in the western part of the county which was nearly destroyed in a storm in 1880.
See the Catalogue of the Savoy College for 1887-8.
View the very informative Savoy Male and Female College, 1876-1890, By Mattie Lee Boyd. Incredible detail and lots of photos.
Read about this community on our Telephone, Texas page
Read about the "Gateway to Fannin County."
Read a "scrapbook" of articles written by Alfred J. Connelly, "Wild Cat," which are primarily about Trenton and the surrounding area. To see the scrapbook, open the "research notes" tab at the link above.
Read about this historic community that began in 1836.
Thanks to B. J. Stallings and his family for photos of Windom, some taken from the Windom water tower.
Read about the history of Windom.
The book Our Town, Windom Texas, has been scanned and is available online.
Information on many towns and communities is at the Fannin County GenWeb site.