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Welcome to the Quapaw Quarter Association

The Quapaw Quarter Association’s mission is to preserve Greater Little Rock's historic places.

Incorporated in 1968, the QQA grew out of an effort to identify and protect significant historic structures in Little Rock during the urban renewal projects of the early 1960s. Throughout its existence, the QQA has been a driving force behind historic preservation in Greater Little Rock.


Become a Member and Donate Now to Join Us at the Dibrell House!

QQA Members are invited to a members-only reception at the Dibrell House at 1400 Spring Street in Little Rock's Governor's Mansion Historic District. The reception will kick of QQA's 50th anniversary commemorations and celebrate Executive Director, Patricia Blick's, one year anniversary with QQA. The reception will take place January 30, 2018 at 5:30 pm. Memberships will be available at the door. 


This Queen Anne Dibrell house was built by a real estate agent, H.A. Bowman, and sold to Dr. and Mrs. James A. Dibrell, Jr. The Dibrells added some of their own touches, such as parquet floors and walnut woodwork. In 1968, the same year that the Quapaw Quarter Association was founded, Carl Miller purchased the Dibrell house and began an exquisite restoration of the property. 


We look forward to seeing you all at the reception. We also look forward to adding you to our membership roster, renewing your membership and or your tax-deductible year-end gift. 

Please RSVP by January 26, 2018 through Eventbrite

2017 Winter Quapaw Chronicle

Check out the latest edition of The Chronicle - QQA's quarterly e-newsletter. If you haven't signed up to receive The Chronicle in your Inbox please do so!


Why Do Old Places Matter?

“In a world that is constantly changing, old places provide people with a sense of being part of a continuum that is necessary for them to be psychologically and emotionally healthy.”


Many Thanks to our Corporate Partners