History publications and products are available in the Murray Parks and Recreation Office or the Museum.
Between the Cottonwoods/Children's Workbook
Between the Cottonwoods is a children's book about the history of Murray written for elementary grades two through four, with classroom activities at the end of each chapter. This book is also an excellent resource for scout groups who are completing requirements for Citizen in the Community.
The Centennial Album was published in 2002 to kick off Murray's centennial celebration. The photo book includes many photos of early Murray which had never been previously published.
Faces of Murray
Faces of Murray features over 300 family bios and photos of early settlers and longtime residents who called Murray home.
Murray Firemen Video
The Murray Firemen Video is a 20-minute silent melodrama created in 1924 by a traveling movie company who used the local fire department for the movie. Supplies limited.
Murray Historic Afghans
Murray Historic Afghans come in three different versions. The first edition includes drawings of about 15 turn-of-the-century structures and comes in hunter green. The second version includes about 15 structures from the 1930s in black. A Murray High School afghan in orange and black is also available. It includes various icons to the clubs and academic areas of the school. *No longer available for sale
A Spotters' Guide
A Spotters' Guide is a walking tour of historic downtown Murray and features 67 buildings with the history of each. Pick up your free guide at the Murray Museum inside City Hall! *No longer available for sale.
Online Historic Registry
View Murray's Historic Registry