Bust portrait of Hannah Horner facing slightly left.
Hannah Horner was one of Chicago's early Jewish residents. She was married to Henry Horner, a founding member of Kehilath Anshe Ma’ariv (KAM). Henry operated one of the city's earliest wholesale groceries, located at Randolph and Canal Streets, and helped establish the Chicago Board of Trade. Their grandson Henry Horner served as the first Jewish governor of Illinois from 1933 to 1940.