I think it looks like Buster Keaton.
Alfred E. Newman?
Before I scrolled down to see what your thoughts were I also thought it was Buster Keaton.
If you compare the following photo of Buster against the blow up from your photo it kinda looks like a match.
No it's not; it's my Ol' Uncle Jimmie. I thought he was working for the Govt. And that looks like Aunt Jenny and Cousin Sarah in the back. Well I'll be dipped. I haven't heard from them since Grandma caught her ti... Well anyway she has Grandpa help with the washing these days.
First, I was going to say the car might be a Regal Underslung. The driver does look a bit like ol' stoneface!
Good to see you here Mike!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
I was thinking the car was an underslung too.
It resembles Buster because of the hat, but it's not him. He was about eleven or twelve when that pictures was taken. Read the clues.
Buster Keaton was born in 1895. If the cars are any indication, I would guess this picture was taken prior to 1910. Note the horse in the background. The fellow in the photo looks to be in his thirties. He also appears to have a cleft in his chin and a wider nose than Buster's. Jim Patrick
It looks like a parade to me.
Just like a Model T, one car parade. Was it a one car, car show when the parade was over and the car was parked?
Double Mint twins great grandmothers....with cousin Earl?
I addition to Buster's age not fitting, note that generic gasoline is being sold by a store from a pump at the curb. By the time he was of driving age, branded gasoline was on the scene. In cities and large towns it would be sold at filling stations, not drug stores or groceries.
Eyes, ears, nose, lips and chin are all different. The only resemblance I see is the hat.
Addison Sims of Seattle