H. H. West Jr., Bob Wilcutt, George Temm, and another boy pose in their Boy Scouts uniforms. West has a hand on his hip and holds the flag. The boy on the right holds the edge of the flag and has his arm around the boy next to him.
Boy Scouts watch the filming of a trailer for the movie, "Kit Carson." There is a film camera in the background, as well as other people walking across the landscape. There are mountains in the background, as well.
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.
Boy Scouts and spectators watch the dedication ceremony of a water fountain in honor of Committeeman Will H. Willis. A group sits in a semi-circle with their backs to the camera. Boy Scouts stand facing them and other people stand behind the troops. Others sit at the right. There is a building at the left with a porch and an American flag flying out front. Boys sit on a bench in which the words, "Donated... troop" are carved. A house is on the hill in the background.
Group photograph of Richard Siemsen and Boy Scout Troop no. 76 posing outside Asbury Methodist Church on North Workman Street. The group poses at center and are viewed at a slight angle. They gather on the front lawn adjacent to the front walkway and steps leading into the church (out-of-frame at right). Richard Siemsen kneels in the front row, second from the left. Scoutmaster Charles Morgan kneels to the left of him. The Boy Scouts stand in 2 rows of 4 behind the front row and hold up flags. Behind the group, church attendees stand on the steps at right and along the walkway that stretches behind and to the left of the Scouts. Houses line North Workman in the distance at left. A wide streak of white stretches on an upward angle from the lower left corner towards the right, obscuring part of the image.
Photograph of Richard Siemsen posing outside Asbury Methodist Church on North Workman Street. Richard Siemsen stands in the foreground at center and looks to the camera. Behind him, Scoutmaster Charles Morgan and Boy Scout Troop no. 76 are loosely gathered by the side of the front steps of the church. A few of the boys hold flags. The front of the church stands behind and to the right of them, facing left. Above the entrance it reads, "ASBURY METHODIST CHURCH." Church attendees stand on the church's front steps, behind the Scouts. A neighboring house (partial view) stands in the background at left. In the lower left corner, a wide streak of white extends up and to the right, obscuring part of the image.
H. H. West Jr. and another boy stand on the West's driveway at 2223 Griffin Avenue holding luggage and packages. West wars a sweater and a jacket. He holds a bag in one hand and a paper-wrapped package in the other. The other boy wears a suit and tie and he holds a thermos, hanger, paper bag, and a roll of what may be clothing under his arm. There are houses in the background.
H. H. West Jr. and Frank Willis carry duffle bags at a Boy Scouts Rally. West has the bag on his shoulder, while Willis carries his by the strap. There is another, unidentified boy at the right of the photograph, coming out of a tent. There is another tent at the left of the photograph and there is a carved animal posted on one of the tents, sticking up from a pole just about Willis's head.