Brownlee-Noland House, c. 1848
AboutThe Brownlee-Noland House, one of several buildings comprising the Arkansas Historical Museum, is an example of vernacular houses with typical Greek Revival styling. Tradition has it that the lawyer Charles Fenton Mercer Noland lived here. In 1836, Noland was chosen to take the Arkansas State Constitution on horseback to Washington, DC where it was approved and Arkansas became the 25th state on 15 June 1836.
National Register of Historic Places
DirectionsFrom I-30, take Second Street Exit. The house fronts on Cumberland Street.