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Image by Greene Connections Photo of a bedroom at "Ivyhurst." Ivyhurst was the home of Robinson Franklin Downey (1849-1923) and his wife, Ella Jean "Jennie" (Wilson) (Lindsey) Downey (1860-1934), prominent citizens with influential political ties. Ivyhurst played host to such celebrities as President William H. Taft, Woodrow Wilson's Vice President Thomas Marshall, newspaper tycoon William Jennings Bryan, and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge. After the death of Mrs. Downey, Ivyhurst was bequeathed to Waynesburg College, which used it to house to the Music Department until 1967, when Ivyhurst was sold and destroyed to make room for a gas station. The home was located on the corner of Greene and Washington streets in Waynesburg, today the location of Community Bank. Original, professional photograph, no photographer listed. Archived at the Greene County Historical Society (918 Rolling Meadows Road, P.O. Box 127; Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 15370). Researched and digitized for the Greene Connections: Greene County, Pennsylvania Photo Archives Project between 2005-2012.

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Image by Greene Connections Photo of the parlor and music room at "Ivyhurst." Ivyhurst was the home of Robinson Franklin Downey (1849-1923) and his wife, Ella Jean "Jennie" (Wilson) (Lindsey) Downey (1860-1934), prominent citizens with influential political ties. Ivyhurst played host to such celebrities as President William H. Taft, Woodrow Wilson's Vice President Thomas Marshall, newspaper tycoon William Jennings Bryan, and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge. After the death of Mrs. Downey, Ivyhurst was bequeathed to Waynesburg College, which used it to house to the Music Department until 1967, when Ivyhurst was sold and destroyed to make room for a gas station. The home was located on the corner of Greene and Washington streets in Waynesburg, today the location of Community Bank. Original, professional photograph, no photographer listed. Archived at the Greene County Historical Society (918 Rolling Meadows Road, P.O. Box 127; Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 15370). Researched and digitized for the Greene Connections: Greene County, Pennsylvania Photo Archives Project between 2005-2012.

GCHS-AN027-0001-0157 celebrity houses
Image by Greene Connections Photo of the music room at "Ivyhurst." Ivyhurst was the home of Robinson Franklin Downey (1849-1923) and his wife, Ella Jean "Jennie" (Wilson) (Lindsey) Downey (1860-1934), prominent citizens with influential political ties. Ivyhurst played host to such celebrities as President William H. Taft, Woodrow Wilson's Vice President Thomas Marshall, newspaper tycoon William Jennings Bryan, and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge. After the death of Mrs. Downey, Ivyhurst was bequeathed to Waynesburg College, which used it to house to the Music Department until 1967, when Ivyhurst was sold and destroyed to make room for a gas station. The home was located on the corner of Greene and Washington streets in Waynesburg, today the location of Community Bank. Archived at the Greene County Historical Society (918 Rolling Meadows Road, P.O. Box 127; Waynesburg, Pennsylvania 15370). Researched and digitized for the Greene Connections: Greene County, Pennsylvania Photo Archives Project between 2005-2012.

 
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