"It's Fun to Search and a Joy to Find"
Arkansas State Capitol, construction started 1899 -- completed 1915
The Old State House began as the Territorial Capital in 1833. Arkansas attained statehood in 1836. The Old State House was completed in 1842 and thus became the State Capitol building.
Wolf House, Norfolk, AR, Circuit Court of Territoral Arkansas in early 1800s, oldest log structure in Arkansas

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to assist and support, through fellowship and action, the efforts of The Questers, an international non-profit organization, and individuals with an interest in the research and study of antiques, historic preservation and restoration, and education.

 
SEE 2015 SPRING CONVENTION PHOTO HIGHLIGHTS
PLUS
Enjoy a video visit with the  "Soundwaves" Quartet
from the National Park Community College
as presented Friday evening at Spring Convention

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through the past and into the future"

 
 
 
 
A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

May 1, 2015

My husband and I are in the car on our way to the Quester’s International Convention in Princeton N.J., and let me tell you, the further east we go the more preservation and restoration projects I spot. It's a Quester’s paradise. In fact we are in Pennsylvania now, so “Hats off to dear old Bess”.

But this adventure will be the subject for the June President’s message.

How about our Annual Spring State Convention in Hot Springs? What a fabulous event! The Vapor Valley and Diamondhead chapters out did themselves. Everything about it was so well done. I hope each of you took the opportunity to see and tour all that Hot Springs has to offer. I myself was a bit busy, and I must admit a tad nervous but even with all this, I knew we had a great support crew including all our officers and board members. So sharing the responsibilities made for more fun for all. For you Diamond Ticket holders, all of our State Questers hope you enjoyed your first of many Annual Conventions.  The chapter reports were especially interesting and filled with enthusiasm. It was inspiring to learn about all the accomplishments and educational programs each chapter had to share.

For you members that were unable to attend do make your commitment now to attend next year’s convention in Bentonville. The International Quester’s President, Ginger Robbins will be invited, so we want to show her a Grand Arkansas Welcome.

Once again, my appreciation goes to all who took part in making the 2015 State Spring Convention so memorable.

Quest on,

Camille




What if?

You had to start each day with no memory, record or treasure of the past ?
Historians neglected to educate the public ?
Adults failed to interest younger generations in the past?
No one ever challenged the research of historians ?
 
 


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Soon you will be able to click on the spotlight above to view a thumbnail sketch of one of our great Arkansas Questers.
Who will be next?
Watch this space!
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