This image shows a small ceremony for the dead as performed by Ojibway Indians in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The more common Westernized form of the tribal name is Chippewa.
The description states:
BURIAL HOUSE — FEAST OF THE DEAD
A memorial custom of the original Ojibway People, re-enacted annually by Chief White Wolf and family. Totem Village, 11 miles west of St. Ignace, Michigan.
— As noted here, Chief White Wolf was a woodcarver named Ralph McCarry of European descent who invited the local Ojibway people to contribute to the re-enactments. The Totem Village was established in the 1950s still exists as a museum after his untimely death at 56 in 1962.
This card likely dates from the 1950s.