Nine automobiles are lined up on the corner of Burrell and 10th St. in Cooperstown, N.D., with women and men, attired in autoing clothes, in each vehicle. There is a total of thirty-eight adults with six boys standing beside the auto on the left side, and four young girls on the sidewalk looking at the cars. In the background alongside the street are five houses, the State Bank in the Syverson brick building, and another two-story wood building beside it (the former Bank of Cooperstown). There are also sidewalks in front of the businesses and houses, young trees on the boulevard, a suspended street light in the middle of the intersection, and a telephone pole (extreme left side).
Title handwritten on back of mount. Photographer unknown. Only a few persons are identified on back of mount, including Mr. & Mrs. Rollin C. Cooper, George Adams, Frank Simpson, Charles & Chet Piatt, Dr. M.D. Westly and several other names which are impossible to read.