Henrietta, TX Storm, Apr 1923
HAIL IS FOOT DEEP AND EVERY WINDOW BROKEN
(By Associated Press)
Henrietta, Tex., April, 25--Virtually every building in this community of 3,000 in north central Texas was wrecked by a storm which came up suddenly last night, leaving an estimate damage of $200,00. A 30-mile wind, threw hail stones as large as a hen's egg, breaking every window in town. Hail to a depth of a foot on the streets and water two feet deep in the cellars sent many folks on their way to Wichita Falls, 20 miles away, for temporary protection.
Ironwood Daily Globe, Ironwood, MI 25 Apr 1923
Storm at Henrietta Blows Off Roofs
HENRIETTA, Texas, April 25,--Damage estimated at approximately $200,000 was caused by a wind, rain and hail storm which swept the business district here last night.
Although roofs were blown off some buildings, windows broken, cellars flooded and other damage done by the storm, no casualties were reported.
Port Arthur News, Port Arthur, TX 25 Apr 1923