Another picture is in
Dade, George C. and Frank Strnad. Picture history of Aviation on Long Island 1908-1938
Indeed, and here is that picture:
Other sources give the date for this multiplane as 1912. I have to say that I'm inclined to go with that year: this is mainly due to Howard Huntington's next appearance on the aviation scene, when he turned up in June 1914 with the Huntington "Clam" - a single wing variant of his multiplane. The Clam was the subject of Breguet's Aircraft ID Challenge #695
In the mid-1990s, a very profilic American aeromodeller called Ken Johnson built flying models of both Huntington aircraft. The multiplane was done as a rubber-powered peanut class model, but didn't prove that successful. The Clam model was done as an engine-powered free flight design and performed moderately well. There are plans available for the latter, if one is so interested.