Veranda restaurant of the Hotel Diligencias, Puebla, Mexico, between 1880 and 1897, by William Henry Jackson, via Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division (both photos).
The veranda seems to go around the second floor of an internal courtyard.
I believe this is the same eating area from the other side.
Puebla was once a layover point for those traveling between Veracruz and Mexico City. In the 1880s, Jackson had a commission to take photographs of the Mexican Central Railroad.
Bill McCalla putting celery into storage, Bremner, east of Edmonton, Alberta, October 1918, by William Copeland McCalla, via Provincial Archives of Alberta Commons on flickr.
One of the terraces of Hotel Splendid (I believe), in the spa town of Châtel-Guyon, France, ca. 1900 – ca. 1910, via Vladimir Tkalčić on flickr (used under CC license).
The writing across the postcard says “Il y a une vingtaine d’années” — “Twenty years ago.” On the back is an undated note addressed to someone in Zagreb. The affixed stamp was issued in 1927.
Pears, ca. 1940, Food Science and Technology Department Photographic Collection, via OSU (Oregon State University) Special Collections & Archives Commons on flickr.
“Boys with prize marrow and dogs,” Swan Hill, Victoria, 1923, by Kate Bradbury, via The Biggest Family Album in Australia, Museums Victoria Collections.
The boys are Gordon and Colin Bradbury.