Work men finishing the set up of an exibit of which appears to be a GM car. It appears to be an Oldsmobile or a Pontiac and it looks as if it is arranged on a rotissere to better show off its features.
The plates leave no room for doubt: this is the 27,000,000th Ford! From the front suspension it appears the motorcycle is an Indian.
Fields is shown in the back seat in this studio photo of one of the sportiest designs of the period, a c.1909 American Traveler. With the under-slung chassis, large diameter wheels and tires along with the long front they became quite famous for their good looks. This photo was take three years after he made…
I have no idea what make this is, but it is a wonderful car and family portrait. The acetylene generator sure looks like the square Rushmore unit found on American cars of this era. Let’s hope one of our viewers recognizes the make and shares it with us.
I can’t help but think that this humble little Ford dealer In New York must have been the home of the square deal, given the dimensions of the building.
Teddy Roosevelt in a 1910 Mitchell model S (six cylinder) with Connecticut plate. As one of the “rough riders” TR had no problem motoring without a windshield, but was well bundled up.