Photo shoot of a model a cable knit sweater tucked into a light-colored skirt that is knee-length. She wears matching knit leggings tucked into high top boots. She is wearing a knit hat and gloves. She is also wearing a waist-length jacket with a shawl collar and a shearling lining. It has leather trim and metal fasteners that secure the cuffs.
Photograph of a dresser standing in H. H. West, Jr.'s old bedroom at the West's residence on Griffin Avenue. The dresser stands in the corner of the room in the near distance at center and faces towards the camera. It contains 3 rows of drawers. Photographic portraits and objects sit atop the dresser. Above the dresser, a mirror hangs on the wall and patriotic decor hangs below the mirror. To the left of the dresser, portraits, from left to right, of Capt. Wifrid M. Cline and Dottie Siemsen Burgess hang from the left wall. To the right of the dresser, a light bulb hangs down near the dresser. To the right of it, the edge of the door stands along the right frame. A corner of the bed is visible in the lower right corner in the foreground.
An out-of-focus and close-up photograph of a portrait of H. H. West, Jr.'s wife, Anna, a photograph of the Siemsens and a radio sitting on shelf in his quarters. Framing for the wood shelf runs along the top and right edges. A white cloth drapes down from the recessed shelf where the objects sit. The framed portrait of Anna West sits rightmost on the shelf. To the left of it sits the radio. Inserted on top of the radio's speaker, on the left side of the unit, is a photograph of Elizabeth and Al Siemsen. The radio's cord extends down from it towards the lower left corner. A small bottle sits on the shelf to the left of the radio.
Kirschke surrounded by microphones held by reporters and with a deputy sheriff standing behind him as he talks. This was at the time of his trial for the double murders of his wife, Elaine, and her lover, Orville (Bill) Drankhan