A silhouetted photographic portrait of Frances Nichols taken at the West's residence on South Griffin Avenue. Frances Nichols sits in the near distance and is viewed, in profile, facing right. Her profile is covered in light shadow. Behind her, light streams through a sheet that covers a window. Her neck and head appear to be tinted black on the negative.
A slightly out-of-focus photograph of H. H. West, Jr. standing in front of the West's residence on North Ridgewood Place. H. H. West, Jr. stands, left-of-center, and looks to the camera as he rests his hands behind his back. He is dressed in his military uniform. Behind him at right, the front porch of the dwelling stands in partial view. A short set of steps lead up to the arched entry to the porch. Directly behind H. H., Jr., the building extends towards the left. A walkway extends on a diagonal to the left beneath and behind H. H., Jr. A neighboring house stands in the background at left.
An out-of-focus photograph of J. E. Smith standing on the front walkway outside his home on South Eastlake Avenue. J. E. Smith stand at center on the concrete walkway that cuts through the lawn in front of his home. He stands with his hands behind his back as he looks and faces slightly towards the right. The walkway stretches on an upward angle beneath him from the lower left corner to the right. His front lawn extends behind and to the left of him. A short palm tree stands at the edge of the yard at left, abutting his neighbor's fence. The sidewalk and South Eastlake Avenue pass through the image at right on an upward angle from right to left, running perpendicular to the walkway. A large tree stands along the near side of South Eastlake Avenue behind and to the right of J. E. Directly behind J. E., a meat market stands on the northeast corner of the intersection of South Eastlake and Darwin Avenues. Neighboring houses are visible lining both streets in the background at right.
An out-of-focus, close-up photograph of Louise Ambrose in the front yard of her family's home on North Hellman Street (now Avenue 24). Louise Ambrose is viewed from the waist-up at center. She is out-of-focus. Louise faces towards the camera, but casts her gaze to the right as she rests a hand to her hip. Palm fronds stand behind her. The lawn and a walkway stretches behind her and are visible between the gaps in the fronds.
Photograph of Tacoma Winkler standing on the tree lawn opposite her home and posing. A sidewalk lines the bottom edge of the image. It is lined by a tree lawn and curb. Tacoma Winkler stands at center, in the grass of the tree lawn, and looks to the camera. A palm stands to the left of her and a lamp post stands to the right. Wellington Road stretches across the image behind her. On the far side of the street, her family's home at 1639 Wellington Road stands in partial view, right-of-center. It is viewed from the front. A car is parked on the far side of the street at left and extends beyond the left frame.
An out-of-focus photograph of Lois Winkler standing on the street curb opposite her home and posing. Overgrown grasses line the bottom edge of the image. It is lined by a curb. Lois Winkler stands at center, balanced atop the curb, and looks to the camera. Wellington Road stretches across the image behind her. On the far side of the street, her family's home at 1639 Wellington Road stands, right-of-center. It is viewed from the front. A vacant lot sits to the left of her family's home.
Daisy Conner and the Bendixon sisters pose together. The woman in the middle has her arms around the other two women's waists. There is a horse drawn carriage in the background, as well as a group of people standing by a tree.