All of the houses you see here are still standing today, as is the stone wall on the left. At the end of that wall, just about where the children are standing, is the entrance today to the Old Garden Path. I have another postcard that shows two of the same houses pictured above, but from the vantage point of the Old Garden Path.
I have another postcard from around the same time showing the view looking in the opposite direction, taken just on the other side of the house on the left above. You can see the same house in that other postcard.
The house on the left was known in the 1960s and 1970s as the Hammock House. Its owner, Paul Dow, began making hammocks in his retirement for family and friends. As demand grew for his hammocks, he started selling them from his home.
This postcard does not identify a publisher. It was postmarked in 1911.