The QQA offers a wide range of programs and services to help property owners and others interested in historic preservation in the Little Rock area. The QQA staff is also available to answer questions about historic preservation, historic rehabilitation tax credits, Capitol Zoning District Commission, Little Rock Historic District Commission and other relevant issues.
Preservation Conversations: Preservation Conversations addresses a wide range of architectural history and preservation topics.
- QQA Records at the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies
This collection contains the research files of the Quapaw Quarter Association including files on individual homes and businesses arranged by address and numerous photographs. It is broken into seven series. All past QQA records, including images and files, are in held by the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, part of the Central Arkansas Library System.
This collection includes general information about the history of greater Little Rock and historic preservation. Please call and make an appointment to review our materials.
- Dreams and Determination: Arkansans at Work in the Governor’s Mansion Historic District (Please link to .pdf)
This document offers an introduction to the Governor’s Mansion Historic District.
QQA Cheryl Griffith Nichols Historic Building Marker Program
The Quapaw Quarter Association announced the Cheryl Griffith Nichols Historic Building Marker Program in 2015. Since then, QQA has presented over 50 markers. They display the building name and date of construction. They may be pole-mounted, or attached directly to a building.
The program’s goals are to recognize historically and architecturally significant buildings located anywhere in the city of Little Rock that have been well-maintained or have undergone exemplary rehabilitation; to bring to the attention of the general public buildings that are unique assets to the Little Rock; and to promote the QQA as Little Rock's leading historic preservation organization.