A proud looking young man and a Harley-Davidson, which appears to be from either the late teens or early twenties vintage.
It sure looks like Brown’s Store was the place to fill your automotive needs, in Stephentown, NY.
The Acme automobile was built in Reading, Pennsylvania from 1903-1911. In 1908 the company sent this car to Savannah to complete in the races being held there.
In my original version of this post (photo courtesy of the Ayton Family in England), I thought this to be a late 1920s Hadfield Bean model 14. Frequent site commentator “Vintman” (Mr. Bozi Mohacek) of the Surrey Vintage Vehicle Society in England knew more that beans about these cars and identified this as a 1914…