I may be the only person on earth who thinks this is a cool picture. It could be that I'm inventing the quirkiness about it.
This is a snapshot, I'd say late 1950s or very early 1960s. There are no dates, names, or writing of any kind. Also no stamps or indication (that I could see) of the kind of photo paper used. But based on the clothing, that is what I think.
Front row left, there is a boy in a white t-shirt, blue jeans with the cuffs rolled up (just like the cowboys wore them), most likely wearing black high top converse all-star tennis shoes and a baseball glove. He is kneeling and looking very serious in a classic little league team picture type pose. He's the only one kneeling, and is obviously out of sync with the rest of the group.
In contrast to his seriouness, the boy behind him has place his baseball glove on top of his head. And the boy next to him is holding a cat. The girls are just standing there and smiling, more or less like normal people. Some of those girls have to be sisters.
It is a very typical picture in a sense. Some grown up made them all get together to have their picture snapped. But in another sense, it's a little odd. Unlike many, many of these type of amature snapshots, personalities were captured. Accidently, I'm sure, but captured just the same.