Probably not a T in the doorway
The original photograph is in the possession of the Pope County Historical Society.
You can access it here. Using the zoom function, you can really see intimate details.
Open this page to use the zoom function at its best:
The Ford on the far left appears to have a 1912-13-14 plate. I will look it up later and find out who owned the car.
The front axle of the car on the left looks like it has one piece spindles.
I know this is a Model T forum but whatever that roadster is, I like it.
RE: 1913 Model T at the very far left (note Vanguard windshield)
According to my public directory, Minnesota 1912-13-14 plate 30559 was registered to Dana Hoyt of Glenwood for a Ford.
If I went to the Minnesota Historical Society Library and pulled the hand posted registration ledger, I could also provide the motor number.
the ford on the right looks 09-10 but i want whats on the inside!!!!!!!!!!!!!. charley
The roadster looks like a CarNation cyclecar.
I like them all but realy want the Motocycles outside.
motorcycles on the left emblem,center Indian, on the right?? but i will get it.the car on the right looks 09-10 ford but the rad not t maybe n,r,s ???. charley
Such a short filler neck on the car on the right. One of the Maxwell's around here back then?
No Hoyt's around here anymore. Some Braaten's around this area.
Where did they find all that "flat ground" in Glenwood? Up on the hill or down by the lake?
I wonder if the museum has any more info on this photo as to actual location?
Really cool pic!
With the exception of the radiator, all the other details of the car on the far right does look like a Model T Ford. Also note that it is left hand drive as evidenced by the horn and brake lever.
The radiator could have been borrowed from a non-Ford as the geometry does not seem correct for an aftermarket replacement.