This image shows the furnishings of Colonial Williamsburg, specifically the bedchamber, which was more than just a place to sleep, as evidenced by the table and chairs.
The description states:
The great bedchamber, Governor’s Palace, Williamsburg, Virginia. One of the finest collections of antique furniture is assembled in this building, which was the residence of the royal representatives in the Colony of Virginia. It is now open to the public the year around.
–These linen textured cards are typical of cards produced in the 1950s.