I recently acquired this postcard.
I think it is a Model S Ford roadster.
I was told it also might have had a roll up windshield.
Herb, Neat Horseless Carriage Era Photo!
Wonderful Photo Herb!
Thanks for sharing
I believe the girl is Elsie Janis, the great early Broadway and vaudeville star. She was a singer and comedienne. And early automobilist.
I am surprised they got the Russel to sit that long!
She also appeared in auto-themed shows.
You guys never cease to amaze me.
Now I have a name to put on the card.
Yes, assuming parts have not been swapped around, the first photo you posted is a 1908 Ford Model S Roadster. A few of them straggled behind and were sold in 1909 but 99% of them were in 1908.
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Mark, maybe that harness on the J.R. has him lashed to the seat back. They are one dog that's wound tight aren't they? My Pitt Bull/mix would just love to ride in the open T's, but she too can't sit still, and heaven forbid her spotting a cat along the way! So her car is the Model A. She loves the huge back seat and those big rear side windows.