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Boone House
Abrafi Osei-Kofi '17

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Abrafi Osei-Kofi '17

At Monmouth, we read and write a lot more than my other schools. Here, I've learned to better analyze information and think critically. more

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Boone House

The Boone House is used for campus retreats and as a guest house.  The house contains a large and comfortable meeting room with multimedia capabilities, a smaller meditation room and a full kitchen.  Located in a wooded setting and built in 1961, this unique home was designed by Commander Gilbert Boone and his wife, Katherine, to house their extensive East Asian art collection. Following the death of Mrs. Boone, the house was given to the college, which renovated the property and dedicated it in the fall of 2000. 

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