The three images are all labelled 'Perth' and dated the 9th November 1917. (Australia uses day-month-year sequence.)
There4 are 12 photographs in the series, so if interested in other makes of vehicle, you can find the set here-
Most of the world uses day/month/year sequence. United States just has to be different (and arrogantly "our way is the right way")
Great photos! Thank you, Dane, for sharing them!
I do wonder what the occasion was. The date caught my attention (thinking Armistice Day) but it is two years and two days too early. The two days I could have accepted, but in 1917 they would not have known when the war would end.
The car in the last photo is quite intriguing. It does appear to be a model T. However with the lengthened wheelbase and Rolls Royce style radiator, one wonders what it looks like without the US flags all over it. Maybe it has something to do with the US entry into the war?
Again, Dane, Thank you.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Very neat pictures.
When you go to the attached link it shows cars from many different countries. Several military floats too. Perhaps it was a parade for support during the war?
You folks down in OZ are a fun lot.
Wayne, I wondered about the 'U.S.A.' car myself. The wheels and steering column and wheel certainly look T, but most of the rest of the car is a bit suspect. Perhaps someone else can offer some thoughts about it.