Harry King (18xx - 19xx) was an American draftsman. King worked as Chief of the Draftsmen's Division of the General Land Office from at least 1895 and is credited with supervising the creation of numerous maps during his tenure. He was fired (or as it was put in one newspaper 'bounced to the exterior') by the Secretary of the Interior in January 1903 for corruption (he was making maps for individuals outside the Land Office during office hours and getting paid for it) and reportedly asking a female employee questions unrelated to her work (likely 1902 - 1903 newspaper speak for sexual harassment). King denied all the charges against him. We have been unable to locate any other information concerning King or his career.