Titus H. Darrow (1814 - January 9, 1881) was an American viewmaker and visual artist based in Connecticut. Darrow worked with the Kellogg firm to produce several finely executed lithographs of Connecticut towns. He typically preferred to work from an elevated position rather than render the view from an imaginary perspective. In 1859 he was the Plainville Justus of the Peace and in the 1860s he became treasurer of the town of Plymouth, Connecticut. He died in 1881, leaving his wife, Sarah Jane Camp / Darrow, a widow.