It looks like a car show!
Wow! What a layout of great cars! They all appear to be between 1912 and '15. At least two Loziers (the one front and center and the one behind it). Note that the Loziers are left-hand drive, an early changeover.
There are three Franklins. One to the front Lozier's right, one two cars back of the front Franklin, the other to the second Lozier's left. Between the two Franklins on the Loziers' right is a Packard (maybe a late model 30? The hood doesn't look long enough for a six).
The car in the front corner, next to the Franklin, could be a Hudson six (54?)
My first impression of the car on the other front corner (viewer's right) was Stevens Duryea. But I do not know them well enough to know without doing some research that I don't have time for right now.
I see two that may be Cadillacs. But I am not sure of them either.
I would love to have any of those great cars.
Thank you for sharing this!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
I think none of them are newer than about 1912. Powerful cars for powerful men!
Great photo. I think you've got most of them, Wayne. I think the second from the right is a 1913 Studebaker 35 or 6-cyl, but it has flat-top fenders. They were the first to use full crowned fenders, I believe.
The number of cars with electric lights lead me to believe the photo was taken in 1914-15.