H. H. West Jr. poses with his fellow soldiers at the Southern Pacific Railroad depot. He is at the right wearing sunglasses. He holds one hand at his waist and the other hand holds an object. There is luggage on the ground behind West. The man at the left holds a jacket over his arm. The other men are smiling. A building is at the left and a car is parked in the background. There are trees in the background.
Mertie West poses with H. H. West Jr. in front of Union Station. He wears a military uniform. She wears a hat and gloves and holds her purse against her body. There is a tree in the background, as well as a tiled column.
H. H. West Jr. poses with the men from his tent at Camp San Luis Obispo. The tent is made of wood at the bottom. "U. S." is printed at the top. There is a chimney at the top and power wires above. The men stand on a wooden walkway that is laid over the dirt. There are other tents at the right and other buildings in the background.
H. H. West Jr. glances at his father's camera as he walks by in military uniform. Three other soldiers walk in front of him. There are cars parked at the center of the photograph and there are trees in the background.
H. H. West Jr. stands by the tracks at the Southern Pacific Railroad depot with other soldiers. West is at the left wearing sunglasses. There is luggage on the ground with jackets on top. The man next to West holds a white piece of paper. There is a train visible at the right. There are trees, houses, mountains, and a water tower in the background.