Henry McIntyre (fl. 1850s) was an American publisher of maps between 1850 and 1852. His surviving output focused exclusively on large city plans of New England towns - Boston, Lynn, Salem, Danvers, Newburyport and Norwich, Connecticut - in spite of many of his works being actually printed in Philadelphia. It would appear that, like many more successful map and atlas publishers, McIntyre produced a handful of large, impressive maps either on a subscription model or as a speculative venture. The extremely short period of time during which McIntyre’s maps were produced suggests that his efforts were insufficiently fruitful. We find no trade advertisements for McIntyre’s map ventures in the newspaper record, and indeed, we find no biographical information for him whatsoever. (Perhaps had he been more assiduous at placing advertisements, this would not have been the case.)