Named after William Henry Harrison, the 9th president of the US.
In regards to the follow-up question:
"Is there a definitive listing of the origins of Chicago street names?"
The now out of print book - which should be available at public libraries - "Streetwise Chicago: A History of Chicago Names" (published 1988) by Don Hayner and Tom McNamee, is perhaps the one and only book currently available on Chicago street names. It may not be totally "definitive" but it does have some valuable information on street numbering and name changes.
Yes. See http://chicagology.com/chicago-geography/streetnames/
There are three Greyhound Stations in Chicago. The main station, and the one you probably want, is at: 630 W Harrison Street Chicago, IL For more information see: www.greyhound.com
There is no Catholic saint named Harrison.
The Chicago Greyhound Station is located at 630 W. Harrison Street. Public parking for the terminal is located a couple of (city) blocks away on S. Jefferson Street and W. Van Buren Street.
There are streets in Chicago named Washington, Adams, Madison, VanBuren, Clinton, Lincoln, Wilson, Roosevelt, Jackson, Jefferson, Harrison, Harding, Cleveland, Monroe, Garfield, Polk, Taylor, Fillmore, Pierce, Hayes, Garfield, and Arthur. There are also expressways named the Kennedy, Eisenhower, and Reagan.
Jenny Harrison - Shortland Street - was created in 1992.
The Chicago Theatre is on State Street.
"There is a Holiday Inn located in the downtown area of Chicago at 506 West Harrison Street. However, there are several other Holiday Inns in the bordering areas of the city."
For Nathaniel Hawthorne Elementary School, located at Clifton Ave. and School St.
The north portion- as in Harrison Street and north is Douglas County and south of Harrison Street is Sarpy County.
The address of the Harrison Village Library is: 4 Front Street, Harrison, 04040 0597
The address of the Harrison District Library is: 105 East Main Street, Harrison, 48625 9765