The Stewart House Museum
The Stewart House, regarded as "The Birthplace Of Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity" in 1870, is the prairie-style Victorian home of Mary "Minnie" Moore Stewart, one of the Fraternity's six Founders and theoretical first President. The gracious, two-story, white frame house is located on one and one-half acres of lush grounds with beautiful gardens and age-old trees adjacent to the Monmouth College campus, Monmouth, Illinois. The home is a historic place of rememberance for members of Kappa Kappa Gamma, for many of the early Kappa meetings were held in the home and the Fraternity Constitution was written and the Charter signed in The Stewart House.
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Educational programs as well as the preservation and restoration of the building and its collections.
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