This press photo was taken in 1900 and has its original release with it which reads as follows: There was, even in 1900, an automobile for every member of George J. Gould’s family. They were under the guidance of the chauffeur, who is shown in the big car while teaching the children how to drive at their estate at Lakewood, NJ. In the car on the left are Kingdon and Marjorie Gould. The next car little car is George Jay Gould, in the family car is the chauffeur and in the car to the right is Jay and Vivian Gould.
The only car that we can positively identify is the family car which is a French Panhard Levassor. The two motorettes appear to be possibly powered by De Dion Bouton single cylinder engines and the little car maybe an electric. Photo The Old Motor.