Cincinnati and New York: The Strobridge Lithographic Company
The top caption reads: "For fun" and alongside it in larger letters is "Turn to the right." The "i" in Right" is depicted as an eye. Further to the right top is: "Produced by Winchell Smith and John L. Golden." Below the tile is "The comedy that will live forever," and underneath this is "Entire original cast and production." Below a page line break reads "Winchell Smith and John E. Hazzard authors." The image shows a man with a kerchief around his neck pushing a cart of peaches. Next to him sits a female in a green frock surrounded by jars of jam. The caption below them reads "Peach gathering time on the Bascom farm."
Probably a poster for the extended run at the Gaiety Theatre in 1917, the image shows Justine Adams as Katie.