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Additional info on the automobile (upper-right photo) from the AACA forum:  "The car is a 1905 Thomas Flyer, must be brand new in the photo. There is a nice front view of this model in the Standard Catalog of American Cars 1805-1942. This was a real top of the line car back then and now. There were few four cylinder dual chain drive cars back then, this car was either a 40 or 50 HP model. Thomas became world famous in 1908 when they won the New York to Paris race, that car is restored and in the Harrah collection in Reno, Nevada."

Correction: a more recent source states that this car is a1904 3 cylinder with a rear entrance touring.