This card was a part of the Keystone View Company's Tour of the World Series. Given the inclusion of a picture of a completed Mt Rushmore but lack of reference to WWII, this set dates from about 1939; however, the individual pictures are likely from a range of years. Keystone View Company was the largest producer of stereoscopes and image cards beginning in 1903 and several sets of cards were sold often with stereoscopes. The cards include a description of the subject matter on the backside.
Title: Cutting Tobacco - a Typical Plantation Scene near Habana, Cuba Number: 167
Condition: There is wear along the edges of the card which is more pronounced on the left side.