1851 Address Unknown, Worcester, New York or Massachusetts.
Harrington was recorded in an announcement on May 21, 1851 in the Corrector (Sag Harbor, New York). Severe and Disastrous Hail Storm.—Worcester and its environs, was the scene last evening of one of the most destructive hail storms ever experienced there. It lasted but a short time but came in perfect torrents, the stones being as large as a bullet, and in some cases larger. At the Lunatic Asylum, as we learn, from five hundred to one thousand panes of glass were broken. At the Worcester Academy one or two hundred; and the bedding being soaked and the furniture damaged.—At Fox’s factory there was also great destruction of glass, and also at every dwelling house exposed to the force of the gale. Shades were prostrated in every direction. The Cupola of Harrington’s Daguerreotype Rooms was carried away. In one case the slats of a blind were broken by the stones. At Grafton, two dwelling houses were completely cleared of Glass, and much more damage done.
Harrington is not recorded in other photographic directories. It is unknown from the article if the location is Worcester New York or Massachusetts. It is possible because it is a New York newspaper they are talking about Worcester, New York. Grafton and Worcester New York are 78.3 miles apart where Grafton and Worcester, Massachusetts is only 8.2 miles apart. There is also an asylum in Worcester, Mass.