H. H. West's daughters, Frances and Elizabeth, stand on the West's front lawn wearing witch hats. They both wear white shirts with floral skirts and they hold what may be wrapped candies. The hats have images of witches on broomsticks on them. There is a tree behind them and there are houses in the background.
H. H. West's wife, Mary, stands with their daughter, Elizabeth and Frances, and his mother, Wilhelmina West. There are people and cars in the background. There are also buildings, though they are difficult to see. West's shadow is in the foreground.
Though the negative sleeve dates this photograph as about 1910, West's daughters appear to be older than four and seven, as they would have been in 1910, so the date has been estimated to be circa 1915.
H. H. West's daughter, Elizabeth West, stands on a tree in Chatsworth Park. She wears a white outfit and dark tights. Words carved into the tree include, "W Blank" and "FB Lee's." There are other trees in the background.
H. H. West's daughter, Elizabeth, sits on a pile of sand. She is moving her hands and they are a bit blurry. The West's beach cottage is visible behind her and there are utility poles and wires in the background.