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.
Photograph, from left to right, of H. H. West, Jr., Keyo and Ambrose Cline posing while standing atop some rocks that cut through a stream in San Francisquito Canyon in Santa Clarita. The trio stands at left and faces the camera. H. H. West, Jr. and Ambrose Cline stand on large rocks in front of Keyo. H. H., Jr. stands on the largest rock at left. Ambrose stands slightly further back on a smaller rock and is dressed in cowboy attire. Keyo stands tall behind and between them on the rocks. He rests a hand to each of their shoulders. The rocks they stand upon stretch back in a line to the right. Flat grassy land expands into the distance behind them. Trees line the background and fencing is visible behind the group at left.
Photograph, from left to right, of Elizabeth Siemsen, Dorothea Siemsen and H. H. West standing on a sidewalk and posing in front of the Siemsen family's home on Los Encinos Avenue in Glendale. The group stands in a row on a sidewalk at center. All look to the camera. The sidewalk stretches behind them on a slight angle to the right. Los Encinos Avenue runs parallel to the sidewalk at right and stretches into the distance. Hedges line the left side of the sidewalk. The Siemsen family residence stands in partial view along the left edge. It faces right and is obscured by trees that stand in front of it. Mountains rise in the far distance.
Photograph, from left to right, of Irene Schmitz, Frances West, Chester Schmitz and Elizabeth West posing in a clearing in their campsite at Silver Lake. The 4 children stand right-of-center, in a row and hold hands. All look to the camera; Elizabeth West frowns. Behind and to the left of Irene, the camp stove sits on the ground. A pot sits atop one of the stove's burners. Clothes and towels hang over downed tree branches at left. Tall grasses line the back edge of the campsite. A mountain rises in the background.
Photograph, from left to right, of Ambrose Cline, H. H. West, Jr. and Keyo posing while standing in front of some tall brush in San Francisquito Canyon in Santa Clarita. The trio stands left-of-center and all look to the camera. Ambrose Cline stands leftmost and is dressed in cowboy attire. H. H. West, Jr. stands to the right of him. Keyo stands behind H. H., Jr. He rests a hand to the shoulders of Ambrose and H. H., Jr. Tall brush stands directly behind them. A hillside rises in the background at right.
A blurry and out-of-focus group photograph of: Mrs. Noe (seated, center), Louie Kai (left), Mr. Woeful (right), Mrs. Woeful, Mrs. Hunter and an unidentified woman gathering for the departure of Mrs. Noe from the Independent Order of Foresters Sanatorium in Lopez Canyon to her home in Phoenix. Mrs. Noe sits at center in a trailer made by H. H. West. A sign hangs from the trailer. Louie Kai stands at far left and more forward than the rest of the group. Mr. Woeful stands at right with his hands to his pockets. Three women pose behind Mrs. Noe. Two of the women are Mrs. Woeful and Mrs. Hunter; the third is unknown. Low posts dot the background and mountains rise in the distance.
A worm's-eye view photograph, from left to right, of: Josie Shaw, Will Shaw, Abraham Whitaker, Mertie West, Everett Shaw, Wright Prickett, Jr. and Wes Witherby posing in the open window area of a porch for an informal group portrait at Bailey's cottage in Manhattan Beach. The shingle-style cottage is viewed from the ground and the camera looks up towards the group. They stand in a row to the right of column with "1008" on it. A portion of the roof is visible in the upper left corner and a shutter is visible at right.
Photograph, from left to right, of: Frances Wells, Mertie West, Richard Siemsen, Anna West and H. H. West, Jr., posing on the front porch steps of H. H. West's residence on North Ridgewood Place. The group is viewed close-up and stands together, off-center to the right. They stand in staggered rows on the steps and all look to the camera. H. H. West, Jr. stands on the lowest level at right. Behind and to the left of him, Anna West stands a step higher. Mertie West stands on the same step to the left of Anna. Behind Mertie and Anna, Richard Siemsen stands on the highest step. Frances Wells stands beside him to the left. The covered porch stretches back behind the group, with the front door standing behind Frances. A few punch holes line the bottom edge at right.
Group photograph, from left to right, of Nella West, Mary West, Frances West, Elizabeth West and Minnie West posing in the Duro Car while traveling through Newhall Pass near Santa Clarita. The Duro is parked off-center to the left on a dirt road. It is viewed from the side and faces left. Nella West sits in the driver's seat and looks down while facing left. Mary West stands behind and to the right of her; she looks to camera as she props up Frances West to the right. Frances looks off towards the right. Elizabeth West sits in the backseat. She is to the right of Frances and looks to the camera. Minnie West sits to the right and in front of Elizabeth and also looks to the camera. Small flowering tree branches are attached to the side of the car near Minnie. Tall grasses line the side of the road in foreground as well as behind the car. Trees stand behind the group near the roadside and mountains rise in the distance.