Nicholas Bentley describes the "generosity of George Peabody, an American businessman who had established a business in London in 1837. Over a period of four years Peabody gave what was then the astionishing sum of £350,000 'To ameliorate the condition of the poor . . . and to promote their comfort and happiness' by the erection of model tenements. In London a number of these tenements, known as Peabody Buildimgs, still serve their original purtpose of housing working-class families" (72).
- How to Take a Hunt (an editorial cartoon in praise of Peabody in the February 1866 Fun
- Peabody Estate, Lawerence Street, London, 1870
Bentley, Nicholas. The Victorian Scene: 1837-1901. London: Spring Books, 1971.
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