In 2020, the QQA won a grant from the Arkansas Heritage, a division of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage, and Tourism, to digitally archive back issues of The QQA Chronicle. After it started publication in 1970, The QQA Chronicle was more like a neighborhood ...
Preservation Conversations 2021 Launches January 14 Join the QQA for our free monthly lectures on issues relevant to the history of Little Rock and to preserving historic places. Our 2021 events are all scheduled for Zoom webinar and will ...
On November 17, 2020 the Murphy Jeffries Building was taken off the demolition list by the Little Rock City Board of Directors! You can find out more here.
Long time preservationist and author, F. Hampton Roy, pass away recently. You can read our rememberence of him here.
The QQA 3rd Quarter Chronicle hit e-mail boxes on July 3, 2020. You can ready it here.
Click here to ready the QQA's tribute to Richard Butler, long-time preservationist and one of the early founders of the QQA.
The 2020 QQA Tour of Homes has been cancelled.
This issues of the chronicle first emailed on April 1, 2020.
Rescheduled: Spring Tour Events Due to concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic, the QQA 56th Tour of Homes is rescheduled for later in the year.
“Specters, Spirits, and Stories: A Haunted History Tour,” slated for October, is a new adults-only event hosted by the QQA which features a bus ride to some of the most important historic (and haunted) sites in Little Rock. Two ...