Some of the family cars taken around 1931-32. Notice that instead of just walking around to the back to take the view of the back of the cars, they actually moved the cars around, and put them in the same order! Just a wild guess, but I'd say my grandmother shot the photos, and had the men in the family move the cars to keep the lighting correct. She would have been 'bossy' like that, lol. But then, when the men got back inside, I'm sure she had strawberry shortcake with fresh whipped cream or a lemon meringue pie waiting for them.
The car on the very left I can't ID; maybe it's a 1930-31 Plymouth or Dodge? The second-from-the-right is a Model A Ford, I'm guessing a 1929. The 2 cars on the right are Buicks, most likely a '23 and a '25. I have a couple of bud vases that my aunt Hoohoo told me were from the Buicks. Notice how low the car on the left is, the newest one most likely. The two Buicks on the right tower over their newer garage-mates. A lot of technical development occurred in automobiles from the early-mid Twenties to the early Thirties.
The two same Buick coupes, this being the '23, with Hoohoo age 5-6 at the wheel, and . . .
. . . the slightly newer '25 Buick with Uncle Art at the wheel. Collectible Automobile featured a Buick coupe from this era a few years ago. Rather than a 'standard' interior with 2 seats in the front and a bench seat in the back, these Buicks came with only a real driver's seat in the front. It was accepted practice for the 2-3 passengers to sit in the back seat, with a fold-down front jump seat just for occasional use. In the really early days of automobiles, there was so much more individuality in vehicles. for good and bad.