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Cecil Eldridge Bryan Suite
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Cecil Eldridge Bryan (1878-1951)


Named after the architect who partnered with the Brown family to save our beloved Central School from ruin in 1914, this large guestroom has a queen bed, luxurious queen sleeper sofa and a private washroom. Son of a home/railroad station builder and husband to the daughter of Geneseo Mayor Goembel, Cecil honed his skills working for Frank Lloyd Wright and Ralph Modjeski, a pioneer in the use of reinforced concrete and the builder of the Bay Bridge linking San Francisco and Oakland. Mr. Bryan is accredited with building over 80 mausoleums across the country, many of which are located in Illinois. If you take a glance at the reinforced concrete foundation of our building, you will quickly appreciate the unique skillset required to allow this precious landmark to withstand the test of time.
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UNIT AMENITIES
Hot breakfastAir conditioning individually controlled in roomChair provided with deskHigh speed wirelessTV

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BROWN- Queen detached semi-private bath
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LYON- Queen bed detached semi-private bath
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TAYLOR- Queen bed w/ detached private bath
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