I don't know too much about these cars and I'll be the first to admit it but from past pictures I was thinking this could be a Studebaker. I know the knowledge is here because some of you guys know everything.
The little guy on the hood doesn't look to pleased having his picture taken. Maybe he wanted to wear dad's hat instead of hold it. Still wondering what kind of car??
A google search shows 1914 Studebakers to have more rounded fenders. This may be a 1913 with '14 plates. The hub caps & dropped axle do indicate Studebaker... as does the emblem on the radiator. It is clearly the smaller 4 cylinder model.
It is an early 1914, before they adopted the pressed crowned fenders later that year. 1913 cowls are substantially different from the car in the photo.
The kids look semi-professional possibly
"The Little Rascals" The producer was Hal Roach and he did own a couple of Studes.
The Little Rascals series began later in 1922. The little guy on the hood does look like one of them. Must be the frown.