Henry Munson Utley
|Henry Munson Utley|
Henry M. Utley Branch of
the Detroit Public Library
August 5, 1836|
February 16, 1917 (aged 80)|
|Alma mater||University of Michigan|
|Known for||President of the American Library Association|
Henry Munson Utley (August 5, 1836 – February 16, 1917) is an American librarian. Utley served as President of the American Library Association from 1894 to 1895. Utley graduated from the University of Michigan in 1861 and 1866. Utley had a career in journalism before being named City Librarian for the City of Detroit in 1885. He retired from that position in 1913.
- Volume 1: Michigan as a province, from its discovery and settlement by the French to its final surrender to the United States Michigan as a province, territory and state, the twenty-sixth member of the federal Union (Publishing Society of Michigan, 1906)
- Volume 4: Michigan as a state, from the close of the civil war to the end of the nineteenth century Michigan as a province, territory and state, the twenty-sixth member of the federal Union (Publishing Society of Michigan, 1906)
- "Henry Munson Utley". Library Journal. 42 (1): 190. March 1917.
- "Henry M. Utley biography". Wayne County, Michigan Biographies. Retrieved 22 January 2016.
- "Henry Munson Utley". Papers and Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the American Library Association. 39: 332. 1917.