Elizabeth West and Frances West pose on a tree in Chatsworth Park. Elizabeth stands with her arms over her head gripping a branch. Frances sits with her head resting on her hand. Both girls wear white outfits and dark tights. There is a mountain in the background.
Eva Taylor chases after H. H. West's daughter, Elizabeth on the West's front lawn. Ms. Taylor wears a large hat. Elizabeth is running and has her hands up by her head. There is a hose crossing the lawn. The front porch is visible at the right and there are plants both on it and next to it. The neighbor's house is visible in the background, as well as trees and fences.
H. H. West's daughter, Elizabeth, stands next to her baby brother, H. H. West Jr., who is in a stroller. She has her hands in the pockets of her sweater and she wears a belt, plaid skirt, and laced boots. He wears a cap and sweater and his eyes are closed. There are blankets in the stroller. There are windows at the left and what may be a garage in the background. H. H. West's shadow is visible on the wall at the left.
H. H. West's daughter, Elizabeth, plays jacks on the West's driveway. She bends over and looks up at the camera. The house is at the right with vines growing on it and a Spanish-tile carport in the background. There are bushes at the left along with a fence. Another house is visible across the street.
H. H. West's daughters, Elizabeth and Frances, stand in front of the garage of their house at 165 South Harvard Boulevard. There are tables behind them with towels on them. An open book is on the ground behind Frances. There is a fence at the left. The image is dark and difficult to see.
H. H. West's wife, Mary, poses on a front lawn with her daughters, Elizabeth and Frances. Mrs. West crouches down and holds Frances's hand. Frances sits in the stroller and has a cloth tied around her waist. Elizabeth stands behind Frances with her hands on the back of the stroller. There are houses, trees, and utility poles in the background.
H. H. West, his wife, and daughters sit in a tree in Chatsworth Park (now called Chatsworth). Both girls wear white outfits and dark tights. Mrs. West hugs Elizabeth West to her. H. H. West wears a suit and holds a cigar. There are initials carved into the tree.