Henry Westman Richardson
Henry Westman Richardson (July 21, 1855 - October 27, 1918) was a Canadian businessman and Senator.
He was the head of J. Richardson and Sons Limited, a commodities firm based in Kingston, Ontario that was founded by his father which handled virtually all of Canada's grain exports to the United Kingdom during World War I. Richardson became president of the firm following the death of his brother, George, in 1906.
- "Sen. Richardson Dead", Toronto Daily Star, October 28, 1918
- "Seven Senators Are Appointed", The Globe, January 22, 1917
- Parliamentary biography
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