This image shows the nursery, or children’s room, of the Hermitage of Andrew Jackson. The crib is a rocker, and very high off the ground for a rocker design, likely to facilitate placing and removing the baby. It may have been unstable with a larger, more active infant.
The description states:
The Nursery of
Home of General Andrew Jackson
Seventh President of the United States
–The ceramic containers in the rear of the picture appear to be a water pitcher, a washing bowl, some powder shakers or ointment jars, and a chamber pot on the floor.
This card likely dates from the 1950s.