Henry W. Bishop
|Henry W. Bishop|
Henry W. Bishop (June 2, 1829 – September 28, 1913) was a Massachusetts-born leading citizen of Chicago, Illinois in the late 19th century. He was the first president of the Union Club of Chicago, a private association organized by sixty of the city's leading gentlemen. His tenure lasted from 1878 to 1883. He later was president of the Chicago Club from 1892 through 1894.
A judicial official, he also served as a master in chancery.
Bishop Street at 1438 West in Chicago is named for Bishop.
- Edward Tyler Blair (1898). A history of the Chicago Club. H.S. Stone & Company.
- Bike, William S. Streets of the Near West Side. Chicago: ACTA Publications, 1996, p. 17.