This image shows a group of African-Americans in a large cotton field during the harvest.
The description states simply:
COTTON PICKIN’ TIME IN THE DEEP SOUTH
–The Cotton Belt stretched across the southeastern United States, and thus cotton one of the dominant crops of the early nation. For a time it was the main cash crop for nearly every state south of the Mason-Dixon line, with production declining only in the 20th Century.
This card likely dates from the 1950s.