Rare historical photograph of an antique automobile being driven by a young man with woman at his side in the street in front of the car is a young Frederick King Weyerhaeuser There are 3 women watching from a doorway Photo is glued to backboard - the photo measures 8x10
See my other listing for the postcards and other photographs from this same estate - including another photo of young Weyerhaeuser at 4 years old and so identified If you look at the images, you can see this is the same young lad a few years older.
American timber industry magnate Frederick King Weyerhaeuser was one of six people who founded the Forest History Society (FHS) in Minnesota in 1946. His personal dedication to preserving the history of the industry that built his family's fortune is largely responsible for the existence of the Society. Without his early leadership and significant influence, the Society would not have grown into the respected academic institution it is today. FK Weyerhaeuser is the grandson of Friedrich Weyerhäuser, timber mogul and eighth richest American of all time with a net worth of $72.2 billion in 2006 dollars.