Boisfeuillet Jones Center

Campus: Druid Hills in Atlanta

Namesake: Boisfeuillet Jones 1934C 1937L 1982H

Date: Construction in 1985

Location: Quadrangle area | Atlanta: Druid Hills campus

The Boisfeuillet Jones Center, nicknamed "B. Jones," is named for an Emory alumnus and longtime trustee who developed plans for The Emory Clinic and what eventually became the Woodruff Health Sciences Center while serving as Emory vice president in 1952. Boisfeuillet Jones later served as president of the Woodruff Foundation, whose gift made the center possible.

The center is adjacent to the Anne Register Jones Courtyard, which is named for his wife.