Henry Greenwood Peabody (1855-1951) was a noteworthy photographer out of Boston from the mid 1880ís through the 1900ís. He issued uncommon views of the northeast coast, the White Mountains, the U. S. Naval Squadron, American Yachts, Mexico, Yellowstone Park, the Canadian Rockies and assorted California scenery. Besides stereoviews, Peabody also issued daguerreotypes and lantern slides. Later in his career, he made views for William Henry Jackson that were passed on to the Detroit Publishing Co. for use in their postcards. Peabody ultimately moved to California where he photographed extensively in the San Francisco and Los Angeles areas.
Although it is known that he did produce Yellowstone stereoviews, to date none have turned up in major Yellowstone collections. Since his Yellowstone views were sold in conjunction with John P. Soule, the views may have been credited to the "Soule Photo Co.," Boston, or possibly by Soule himself. Peabody did also do a series of lectures on Yellowstone during the late 1920ís where his lantern slides were displayed.