I think these cards by the Gibson Art Co. are all well-intentioned, though I'm not sure all the Dutch humor cards were. In some cases the humor was fueled by anti-German sentiments (during World War I) and in other cases immigrants who had been in the country longer resented more recent immigrants and their customs and fashions (wooden shoes.) When that was the case the humor seems to be aimed at revealing the primitive intelligence and customs of the Dutch or other ethnic group. These cards, on the other hand, seem to focus on the charm of the foreign culture, even though they make fun of the language differences.
Though it may look like it, the cards are not water damaged. The red and green colors that you see are actually part of the paper.
The cards are all blank on the back and look like this.