Pictured on the front of this card is a sort of hogan with a ladder up to a porch in front, a cottage for guests staying at the hot springs. Each cottage in the "Indian Village" was named for a different American Indian tribe but didn't necessarily represent that tribe's dwelling style. The name "Soboba" comes from the nearby Soboba Indian Reservation. On the divided back the words "Hand Colored" are printed. The publisher was active between 1887 and 1952, making the possible production date for this card between 1907 (divided back) and 1952.