Thanks guys for the tips and the great link. This may be tougher than I thought, since all I have is a pic of the view side of the card with no logo for the publisher. So I don't know who produced it or when. It seems to have been offset printed, and I suspect it was hand tinted. Here is the card:
The caption reads, "Edward Steinemeyer, the oldest resident in Mercer County"
FWIW - The scene is in North Dakota not far from Stanton, ND some time in the first decade of the 20th century. The actual card for this pic is in a public museum and not available. I am looking into contacting the museum for a publisher attribution and/or a look at the reverse (doubt they would scan it).
But if that doesn't pan out, I'm really not sure how to proceed.
Edit. - A tad more information:
Publisher of Original R. J. Woods (Stanton, N.D.)
Place of Publication Stanton (N.D.)
Transcription "This is grand fathers home and part of his fally too try to find me on this card and the rest of them are his dorters and his brothe law too. Ralph Loy." - handwritten on back of postcard, no postmark. Addressed to Molter Loy, 3425 Oaklund Ave, Minneapolis, Minn .
"No. AA1101" - printed on back of postcard.
Notes: Title printed on front of postcard.
Maybe a clue in the style of the ID number as noted above?
R.J. Woods sounds like a local distributor, or possibly the photographer, despite the museum notes. The quality of the card does not look like a local job as a "Real photo" might be.