Mayslake Peabody Estate is a dynamic historic resource that promotes inspiring experiences that enrich the lives of our visitors and community.
Mayslake Hall was completed in 1921 as the retirement home of Francis Stuyvesant Peabody, the founder of Peabody Coal. It was designed by Chicago architect Benjamin H. Marshall, acclaimed for his work on the the Drake and Blackstone hotels and other historic revival buildings.
After Peabody’s death in 1922, the Franciscan Order of Friars Minor
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