Hello all, I don't post very often but I do a lot of reading here,so today I thought I would experiment with posting some family photos. All of these photos I believe all were taken in Vernon co. near Retreat,Wis. with the exception of #8 which was taken out east. Not all of these photos have names and dates on them but I do know who some of them are.Picture #4 is my mothers brother and grand father June 1927,#8 is my grand fathers brother on dads side, #9 is my grand mother on moms side, the year this picture was taken is not known but she was born in 1900, so judging from the photo maybe 1917 or 18? I hope someone will identify the cars in pictures 8 and 9.
Saxon, maybe 1914 or 15 (pics 9 & 10) and maybe a Buick? (8)
Tell us more about that saw rig.
the hub cap looks more like an olds. but i think it is a gm car for sure going buy the body.charley
Thanks for your thoughts on the cars Richard. Herb I don't know much about the tractor with the saw other then My grand father on moms side. Written on the photo is "Roy Hill on farm near Retreat, Wis. mid 20s". On the other tractor photo is "wallis tractor perhaps Roy hill in the center". That all ma knew about the photos. The car in pic 9 n 10 has a tire patch that is laced on the front tire.
Could be Charley. That space between the hood lovers should be a hint. The first tractor has a Fordson look but I know enough not to commit myself.
Looks like a 1916 Ford touring in picture 1,5 and 7. The coupe in picture 2,3 and 4 looks like a 1925 Ford since it had balloon tires.
Looks like Model T head lights on the saw rig tractor.
Thank you Roger!!!
I think photo #7 tractor is a Wallis.
Sorry Roger. I thought I had read all the posts and didn't miss anything.
Thanks to all that supplied information on the two cars in question and to those with comments. I searched out some Saxon photos and found one that look like the one above, so I believe it is a 1914 Saxon. The other car I believe to a 1917 Buick Six Model D-44 roadster.