Thomas F. Walsh residence designed by Henry Andersen c. 1903 at 2020 Massachusetts Avenue in Washington, D.C. Walsh, an Irish immigrant, was proprietor of the Camp Bird gold mine in Colorado, one of the most valuable gold mines in the country. Walsh's daughter Evelyn Walsh McLean inherited the house following the deaths of her parents but spent most of her time at her husband Edward B. McLean's family estate 'Friendship'. Evelyn was the last private owner of the Hope Diamond, given to her by her father as a wedding present. During the 1930s and 40s the house was occupied by various government organizations and since 1951 has been the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia. Click HERE for more on the Walsh residence and HERE to see it on google street view.