That is no T.
I have heard that type of wreck referred to as a 'T-Bone'. Does that make it more on topic?
still worth more than most fords!!!!!!!!!!.charley
Clarence and Clara Carlson; I bet dad Claude and mom Clarissa are clearly proud of these clever two.
Radiator looks uncommonly like a Napier from England. If it is, then I wonder how many were imported into the US.
If that's a band of white paint around the radiator core, the car might be a Stearns.
Clarence didn't win the spelling bee either! "exicdent"!?
Kind of creepy post card material too!
A bit hard to tell but it looks right hand drive to me.
Whenever I see these old "wreck" photos I wonder how the accident happened, what injuries were sustained and I hope that no one was killed. Unfortunately I don't hold out much hope for the driver of this car.
And, yeah, I agree, it's creepy for a postcard. Can you imagine the reaction today to someone marketing postcards of car accidents?
Think I saw the rhs headlight at Hershey last year.