In an era when most families did not have cameras, post cards of automobiles were an alternative. In this case, we have a post card maker to credit for these views of a fine White steamer. The location was Marine, Michigan, just outside the studio of Louis J. Pesha (August 11, 1868 – October 1, 1912).
This is a 1910 White model MM (40 hp), of which only five examples are known to survive to the present, including one we have written about before. In the view below, we see the same car outfitted with electric headlights and tail lights. This is an unusual modification, as White steam cars were produced with no such lights, or electrical system.