Fred and Mary Lemberger sit on a bench in front of Union Station with H. H. West. Fred was West's cousin. All three wear hats. Fred and West have their legs crossed. There is a suitcase at Fred's feet. The station is in the background.
H. H. West and his second cousin once removed, Evert West, stand in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre. H. H. has his hands on his hips. Both men wear suits, ties, and hats. The poster behind them is for the movie The Big Star, starring Tony Martin and the Marx Brothers.
H. H. West fishes in Rock Creek. He has one hand on his hip and the other holds the fishing pole. He has a basket strapped over his shoulder. He wears tall boots and a hat. There are trees and brush in the background.
H. H. West poses with his wife and children at the Southern Pacific Railroad depot. H. H. West Jr. is in his military uniform and wears a hat and sunglasses. They stand in front of a truck, and there is a building and car at the left. The photographer's finger is visible in the foreground and the image is a bit blurry.
H. H. West poses with his wife and son. Mrs. West has her arm through her husband's and her other arm around her step-son's back. H. H. West Jr. wears a military hat and jacket and has a hand in his pocket. West wears a suit and hat. There is a palm tree behind him. The West's home is visible at the far left of the photograph. There are other houses in the background, as well as other trees, power lines, and a parked car.
H. H. West stands in front of a wisteria plant in his backyard. He wears a suit and hat. He has his hands behind his back. The grass covers his feet. There is a chair and a wooden post behind him, and a door to a shed or part of a house with ladders leaning on it beyond.