We invite you to visit the Harding University History House conveniently located at 205 Lott Tucker Drive. We will be open on the fourth Saturday of each month from 10am-2pm as well as other special events. Check the calendar below for hours. Tours are available by appointment by calling the Brackett Library at 501-279-4354, Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. We will be happy to share with you Harding's rich history.
The History House welcomes visitors to two large gallery rooms that allow guests to relive Harding's rich heritage.
The Harding University History House, in conjunction with the Ann Cowan Dixon Archives & Special Collections at Harding, collects, preserves, and interprets cultural and related materials associated with the history and community of Harding University, including the women and men whose vision, passion, and commitment contribute to Harding’s legacy. The History House offers unique opportunities for innovative teaching, student research, and community enrichment.
Hours of Operation
Does your family have memorabilia related to Harding's heritage? We would be honored to accept your donations and preserve your family's historical items. Contact us at 501-279-4354. or firstname.lastname@example.org
The History House is staffed by volunteers, both Alumni and Friends who are dedicated to the preservation of Harding's rich heritage. If you are interested in volunteering or have any questions about how you may help, please contact us today at 501-279-4354 or fill out the form below.
Special thanks to members of Associated women for Harding, led by Louse Nicholas Ganus ('42) and Marie Clay Yingling ("42), and the following Committee Members:
Danny DeRamus ('81), Ann Cowan Dixon ('68), Phil Dixon ('67), Hannah Dixon ('02), David Kelly, Joe Miller ('78), Eloise Muncy, Kim Barefoot Robertson ('79) and Liz Howell ('78)
"It is important to remember the people who made such sacrifices for this University in the beginning so that we could become what we are today." according to President David B. Burks on opening day of the History House.