UPDATE: Detail image added below.
Galicia was a province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire created from land taken from Poland during the First Partition of Poland in 1772. It ceased to exist as an administrative entity after the First World War with the dismantling of Austria-Hungary. Most of the territory was incorporated into the new Republic of Poland.
After the Second World War, the border between Poland and Ukraine was redrawn, with most of Galicia becoming part of modern-day Ukraine.
This postcard was probably made when Galicia was still part of Austria-Hungary.
Does anyone know what the bundle of pussy willows (?) and leaves would signify? Thank you to Katherine at Photobooth Journal for pointing them out.
The odd spot on her chin may be a flaw in the developing (emulsion).