In the distance, H. H. West's Buick is parked along the left side of a snowy road. Mertie West, an unknown man, Frances (West) Wells, H. H. West, Jr., and a dog stand and sit around the front end of the car. Another car to the right drives away in the opposite direction.
Photograph, from left to right, of Neil Wells (with an ice skate slung over his shoulder) and H. H. West, Jr. holding skis in a snowy landscape near Big Bear Lake. They both look down towards the ground between them as a dog vies for their attention.
H. H. West, Jr. stands at left near a frozen fountain (per caption). He gazes at something out-of-frame on the left. Behind him, in the near distance, is a large mound of snow (center). A cabin (center-right) sits among trees in the background.
Photograph, taken from a distance, of (from left to right): Neil Wells, Mertie West, Frances West Wells and H. H. West, Jr. sitting on the back porch of the cabin in the Minnelusa Canyon area of Big Bear Lake. A small boulder on the left has "#19" painted on it and large rocks line a stepped walkway starting from the lower right corner.
Photograph of the Wells cabin in the Minnelusa Canyon area of Big Bear Lake and the surrounding wooded landscape, heavily blanketed in snow, as seen from below a small hill. Agnes Whitaker, Mertie West, H. H. West, Jr., Frances (West) Wells and Forrest Whitaker stand in row just off the front porch of the cabin and admire the snow.
Photograph (from left to right) of Neil Wells and H. H. West, Jr., each holding a ski. Neil Wells poses for the camera, while H. H. West, Jr. kneels down and pets a dog. They are surrounded by a winter landscape in the Big Bear Lake area.
Photograph, from left to right, of Forrest Whitaker, Hebard West and Ann West standing on a dock at Big Bear Lake and loading fishing gear into a rowboat. The corner of a dockside shed stands along the right edge in the foreground. A small dock covered in gear runs behind and parallel to it; the dock extends from the bottom edge at center and back towards the right. Several moored rowboats surround the perimeter of the dock at left and back at right. In the near distance, Hebard West stands at center with his back to camera. In his right hand he holds a few fishing rods. With his left hand, he hands a tackle box down to Forrest Whitaker. Forrest Whitaker stands, left-of-center, in a rowboat. He is in profile, facing right, and looks down as he grabs the tackle box from Hebard. Behind and to the right of Hebard, Ann West stands in partial view at the edge of the dock. She seems to stand in profile, facing left, as she watches the guys load the rowboat. Big Bear Lake stretches across the image, beyond the dock and boats. A nearby shore and a hill are visible in the distance.
An out-of-focus and blurry photograph, from left to right, of Hebard West, Forrest Whitaker and Ann West standing on a dock at Big Bear Lake. In the foreground, the dock enters frame at left and extends towards the right. Along the right side of the dock, boats are moored. "Lake Shore" is written across the bow of one boat. In the near distance at center, Hebard West stands. His back is to camera as he faces towards Forrest and Ann, who stand further back on the dock at right. Forrest Whitaker faces slightly left, towards Hebard. Ann West stands directly behind Forrest and gives him a bear hug. To the left of Forrest, a pile of crates sits next to a shack that stands on the dock. The shack stands in partial view; it enters frame at left and stretches towards center. It is viewed from the front. To the left of Hebard, the dock's proprietor pours gasoline in front of the open front door of the shack. Over the door, it reads, "LAKESHORE." Big Bear Lake stretches into the distance at right. Mountains are visible rising from the far shore.