"Algerie et Kabylie - Kabylie - C'est jour de conge a l'ouvroir, quel plaisir de pouvoir jouir de sa liberte." (A day of leaving the sewing room; what pleasure to be able to play at liberty.") Two missionary sisters pose with three indigenous women and eight indigenous girls beneath a large tree. Standing in the branches of the tree are eight more indigenous children wearing identical striped robes.; The back of the postcard is blank and contains printed information about the publisher: "Soeurs Missionnaires de N.-D. d' Afrique, St-Charles - Edition G.-L. ARLAUD - LYON, Repr. interdite." The Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Africa were a Catholic missionary order.