It was announced Saturday that C. D. Peacock had sold his residence at 151 Astor St. for $40,000. Mr. Peacock has just returned from a two weeks’ trip to New York, and when seen by the Circular-Weekly representative said that the deal was made six months ago.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 22nd February 1905
Head of Large Establishment Succumbs to Attack of Pneumonia
Chicago, Feb. 12. C. D. Peacock, one of the city's most prominent business men and head of the large jewelry establishment that bears his name, died at his home here today as the result of an attack of pneumonia.
Monday C. D. Peacock removed from the northwest corner of State and Washington Sts., where he had been for nearly a quarter of a century, to temporary quarters one door north of this new location, northeast corner State and Adams Sts. The firm will occupy its handsome new quarters about May 11th.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 6th May 1896
Thomas J. Nikodem, in charge of the jewelry department for C. D. Peacock, Inc., returned from the east last week, where he looked over the markets. Mr. Nikodem was accompanied on this trip by his wife.