Too early on the day to be coming home from a bachelors party.
Bunch a crazy frat boys.
I'm not sure I want to know what they are doing. Is that car a Columbia? Gray and Davis 'bullet' head and side lamps. Hard to find these days.
I think alcohol was involved.
A couple of them have ribbons...
Maybe this is the original picture of "More People in Funny Hats"...
I think they are heading to a Ford dealer to pick up a new 1909 Model T after the baby shower they Just went too.
Just graduated from Harvard Law. That is why the one guy has his cane with him. Law student tradition.
My first thought also! I haven't checked my references to confirm or deny, but I think Columbia. About 1904.
I had to look at the photo a second time to notice the hats. Must like early cars too much.
Not a Columbia.
Note that the car is left hand drive.
Nobody can say the negative has been reversed - note "Electric Co" on right side of photo and "YMCA" on the left.
You are correct in that it is a Columbia. (I originally did not think it was a Columbia - see above post.)
After doing some research I'm pretty sure it is a 1905 Columbia XLIV.
Richard E said it first. I had not had ten minutes in the past few days to get out my book and look. I have been getting a little work done on the T, however. There were a few right hand drive cars built early. I still need to look in my books.
Just so little time.
Thank you Erik J!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2