Quattlebaum Office

This building was built in 1860. It was the office of Colonel C. P. Quattlebaum, a resident who came to Conway in 1876 to practice law. The building originally stood on Main Street, but was moved here around 1900. It now houses the Conway Visitor Center.

There are two rooms in this building: one room served as a bank, and one as a law office. Imagine the convenience of having the bank in the next room!

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To get to the next stop:

Facing the Quattlebaum Office, look to your left. Walk towards the white church on the corner. The next Historic Tour Stop is located next to the church sign. Watch the traffic!


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