Photograph, from left to right, of H. H. West, Jr., Mertie West, Wes Witherby and Zetta Witherby posing for a photograph in front of foliage at Hobart Blvd. The group stands left-of-center. H. H. wears dark clothes and rests his hand to his hip. Next to him, Mertie has one arm wrapped around H. H. and the other rests at her side. She wears a striped dress. Wes stands slightly behind her and rests one arm on Mertie's right shoulder and rests the other on Zetta's left shoulder. He wears a fedora hat, jacket and vest. At right, Zetta stands with her arms clasped in front of her as Wes's arm rests on her shoulder.
Elizabeth West and Frances West pose on a tree in Chatsworth Park. Elizabeth stands with her arms over her head gripping a branch. Frances sits with her head resting on her hand. Both girls wear white outfits and dark tights. There is a mountain in the background.
Photograph, from left to right, of Lattice Chapman Reid, Lena Brigham, Lizzie Ritchie Geddes and Alice Riley Tallman posing at the Pioneer Picnic held in Sycamore Grove Park. The women stand in a row, off-center towards the left. All look to camera except for Lizzie Ritchie Geddes; she looks to the left. Trees stand directly behind them, occupying the background.
Ben Tyler, Lena Weideman, Mary Dixon, Daisy Conner, and Mr. Weideman sit on the grass in Lincoln (Eastlake) Park. Mr. Tyler holds his hand to his face. Mr. Weideman has a mustache. The women all wear large hats with feathers and other decorations on top. There are trees in the background.
Daisy Conner walks down steps in MacArthur (Westlake) Park along with two children and two women. She wears a large hat with feathers on top, as well as gloves. She is looking to her right. A boy wearing a hat and jacket walks down the steps and looks at the camera. A girl walks down the side of the steps. There are trees and plants in the background, as well as a man standing next to two parked bicycles.
Man steers a bicycle boat with passengers in the lake at Hollenbeck Park. A man, woman, and child sit in the boat and the seat is decorated with stars. There is a bridge with people walking across it at the right. Other women stand on the shore at the left. There are trees throughout.
Photograph of the first house that the family of George M. West lived in when they arrived in Los Angeles. Sichel Street stretches across the foreground. The house stands on the opposite side of the street. A low concrete wall rises from the sidewalk and lines the front yard. The single-story home stands at center. A bay window extends from the right side of the front of the house. A porch stretches across the left side of the front of the house and extends back along the left side of the home. A neighboring house stands in partial view at left.