This is called “Forks of the River”, east of Knoxville TN. Above the rivers, to the left, is where the community of Asbury now sits. High in the center, the white spot, is a marble quarry that has been active since the late 1800s. The marble is called Tennessee marble and lacks the crystallization of true marble. I read this. Personally, I can’t tell the difference between marble and peat moss.
The card, printed by Curt Teich of Chicago and distributed by Asheville Post Card Company, dates to before 1952, when the price of a stamp went to two cents.