DescriptionSimilar caption from Moss and Schnitzspahn (1997): "George Jay Gould's children (Kingdon and Marjorie on the left and Jay and Vivien on the right) display their personal De Dion-Boutons. In his own miniature electric auto, George, Jr. copies the pose of the "Engineer" seated behind the steering wheel of his father's Panhard-Levassor. Because of his attire, young George is often mis-identified as his younger sister Edith. Edith was only five months old at this time.", (p. 119).
NotePach # 3682 A
NoteTitle provided by cataloger.
NoteTitle on negative sleeve: Gould Auto Group, location unknown
NoteImages have been scanned as they appear on the original glass plate, with no alterations.
NoteMoss, George H. Jr. and Schnitzspahn, Karen L. Those Innocent Years, 1898-1914: Images of the Jersey Shore from the Pach Photographic Collection (Seabright, NJ: Ploughshare Press, 1997), p. 119.
Organization NameMonmouth County Historical Association
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