The John O. Winsch Company (1910 -1915) of Stapleton, NY was an important publisher of artist signed cards. They are especially known for their Halloween, Thanksgiving, and holiday cards. Winsch used European artists to work directly with his German printers. Samuel L. Schmucker was one of their better known artists who created the Winsch Girl. Fred Kolb, Katherine Eilliot, Charles Levi, and James Frexas also created cards for them. They produced almost 4,000 different designs, many of which were issued in sets. Though most of their cards were manufactured in Germany, some were printed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
This pretty, Poinsettia Girl was created by John Winsch in 1910, and is a detail from a larger illustration.