An out-of-focus photograph shows H. H. West, Jr. fishing in Matilija Creek while he stands on a bed of rocks in the middle of the creek. He stands in profile at left and faces right. He holds his fishing rod out in front of him. Boulders in the creek stand behind him at right. Trees and shrubbery line the creek's bank behind him at left.
Glendale Y. M. C. A. Marching Band in the Armistice Day Parade. The band uniform consists of white pants, a hat, and a loose-fitting shirt tied at the waist. H. H. West Jr. was in the band, though he is not identifiable in the image. The businesses across the street are Glenmar Studio and Rigko Health Foundation.
H. H. West Jr. poses with his step-mother, Mertie West, while wearing his Boy Scouts uniform. West has an arm over Mrs. West's shoulders. He wears tall socks, a sash, and kerchief. Mrs. West wears a hat and a skirt. There are houses and trees behind them.
A poorly developed photograph of Corporal H. H. West, Jr. standing in front of the Quonset hut while stationed at Dutch Harbor during World War II. The image appears to be tilted slightly. In the foreground, snow covers the ground in front of the hut. H. H. West, Jr. stands at center and faces slightly left. He rests his hands in his pockets as he gazes off towards the left. The front of the hut stands directly behind him. It is in partial view and enters frame at left. It has an arched roof. Power lines extend from the building and out-of-frame along the top edge.