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Gregory Gregory's vision for the manor was influenced by his own travels around England and Europe and his desire to merge multiple architectural styles into one.
Gregory was a bachelor with no children, and when he died the manor was passed on to an older cousin. The manor continued to be passed through the family until 1937, when it was purchased by entrepreneur and social campaigner, Violet Van der Elst. After Violet, the manor was passed on to the Society of Jesus, who eventually leased the property to Stanford University.
In 1970, Dr. Wallace Graves sub-leased the manor for the University of Evansville and it was then purchased in 1978 by Dr. William Ridgway. Dr. Ridgway officially transferred ownership of the manor to the University of Evansville in 1978 and it has been in the hands of the University ever since.