Specifically, The Bridge at Annisquam.
Annisquam is a small town on the North shore of Massachusetts (meaning north of Boston). On the map below, see the position of the little house.
Not much has changed since the time of this linen postcard. There is much less fishing, and much more summer tourism. As this town was a backwater, many of its older buildings have survived.
The other place of note is the Annisquam lighthouse.
According to this Coast guard webpage,
"* 1801: Annisquam is the oldest of four lighthouses to guard Gloucester peninsula. The keeper’s house, built in 1801 continues to house Coast Guard families. Rudyard Kipling lived there while writing "Captain’s Courageous" – a great literary tribute to American sailors.
* 1974: The 4th order Fresnel lens and foghorn were automated. "
I like this linen postcard because it reminds me of lazy days at the beach in Massachusetts. Warm sun, the smell of flowers, but always a cool breeze from the ocean.