On September 13, Tim Nutt presented a Preservation Conversation about the 140th anniversary of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. The success of the institution now-known as UAMS seemed uncertain after its rocky establishment in 1879. During the last ...
Built in 1842, Historic Curran Hall is the city’s only antebellum home open daily to the public. It houses the official Little Rock Visitor Information Center and is the Mayor’s Reception Hall. Managed by the Quapaw Quarter Association, Curran Hall welcomes weddings, bridal parties, photography sessions, meetings, intimate gatherings, receptions, sit-down dinners and buffets, hosted both inside the lovely historic home and on beautifully landscaped grounds maintained by the Pulaski County Master Gardeners.Learn More
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