This image is taken from a tourist stop in the White Mountain Region of New Hampshire. The Presidential Range is so called because several have been named for U.S. Presidents of the latter 19th and early 20th centuries.
The description states:
PRESIDENTIAL RANGE IN AUTUMN, FROM THE WHITEFIELD-JEFFERSON AREA OF THE WHITE MOUNTAIN REGION, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Snow on the highest peaks of the White Mountains provides magnificent beauty while fall lingers in the lower woodlands.
— The peaks are actually part of the Green Mountain Range in Vermont, though viewable from the White Mountain range and park near the border in New Hampshire
This postcard was used and is dated 2 September 1966