The Sudeley Bankruptcy and its Contemporary Significance was his leading article at the time.
The Wikipedia entry that published the photo is here.
Three illustrations in the header image show the new Toddington, personally designed by the 1st Lord Sudeley, afterwards Chairman of the Commission for the Rebuilding of the Houses of Parliament.
The two buildings are very similar, the same blend of Perpendicual Gothic and Picturesque Styles.
At Toddington there is an asymmetrical ground plan of the three blocks of accommodation for the family, servants’ quarters, and stables for the horses, diagonally disposed so that the masses of which the whole edifice is composed shift and interchange according to the angle from which the solitary constant of the Great Tower is approached.