Preservation Conversation: The National Register of Historic Places by Callie Williams

When: February 14, 2019 
Where: Mixing Room at the Old Paint Factory in the East Village, 1306 East 6th Street, 72202
What Time: 5:30 pm (reception); 6:00 pm (lecture) 
RSVP: The event is free and open to the public, but please RSVP. 
Parking: There is parking directly in front of the doors that are marked “live”, “print”, “meet." If those spots are taken. park in the parking lot to the right. There is also street parking in front of the building. 
Entrance: Enter the event space through the door facing 6th Street marked "Meet." 

Questions? Call 501-371-0075 ext. 3 or email

Lecture Summary 

The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation's historic places worthy of preservation. Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Park Service's National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America's historic and archeological resources. The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program (AHPP) is responsible for National Register implementation in Arkansas. February’s presentation will be on the history and development of the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) as well as the research and process used to pursue listing in the Register.

Speaker Bio 
Callie is a native of Arkansas and graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2008 with a Bachelors of Science in Architectural Studies. In 2010 she earned a Masters in Architectural History from the University of Virginia. As part of her graduate requirements, she completed a thesis entitled "Euine Fay Jones: Architecture is invention-is innovation-but it is also remembering". After completing her graduate degree, she worked as the University of Virginia Registrar aboard the Semester at Sea Spring 2011 voyage around the world. In 2011, Callie returned to Arkansas and now works for AHPP. As National Register Historian at AHPP, she works with individuals and groups across the state to identify, research, and nominate historic structures to the National Register of Historic Places.

2019 Members Reception at the Mills-Davis House

Join us for our yearly members only reception at the beautifully rehabilitated Mills-Davis house!

Built in 1878, this Italianate house was home to Abraham Anderson Mills and his wife Eliza. Abraham was sheriff and county judge. They lived in the house until the 1940s when it was sold to Dr. Emmett N. Davis, who passed the house on to his son, famed photographer William "Bill" Davis. The house was purchased by Jennifer Carman in 2016, and rehabilitated by Jennifer Carman and Donna Thomas. It is now home to J. Carman,Inc. fine art advisory and appraisal services, and Norton Arts, Inc., a nationally known art conservation firm.

This event is for members only, but memberships can be purchased at the door for as little as $35.00. Members who need to renew their memberships will also have the chance to do so at the event.

Date: January 30, 2019

Event Location: Mills-Davis House, 523 E. 6th St Little Rock, AR.

Time: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Parking: There is parking a block down the street at Curran Hall, or in the Curran Hall parking lot at 620 E. 6th street. There is also street level parking on Capitol (one block north), Sherman, 7th Street, and 8th Street.

Questions? Call 501-371-0075 ext. 3 or e-mail

RSVP: Please let us know you are coming by RSVPing here. 

Not a member but want to come to this event?  Join here. 

First Quarter QQA Chronicle

We are excited to announce the premier of our newly redesigned and reorganized QQA Chronicle!  Following this roll out, we'll also be announcing the redesign of our website which will go live in just a few weeks. Keep an eye out for more information on our new branding effort!   

Click here to read the Vol 1, January 2019 QQA Chronicle. 

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.