H. H. West leans on the table in the library of the West's house. He wears a hat and holds a cane and gloves. There are papers and books on the table. There is a chair at the left and a fireplace and bookcase in the background. There are pictures hanging on the wall.
Photograph, from left to right, of H. H. West and Earl Kellum enjoying wine in the Kellum family's yard. The two men stand at center, facing one another. H. H. West stands leftmost and faces Earl at right. He holds up a wine bottle with one hand to pour Earl a glass of wine. He holds a glass of wine in the other hand. Earl Kellum stands rightmost and faces slightly left. He reaches one arm out and rests it on H. H. West's shoulder. In his other hand, he holds a glass of wine. A woven jug sits on the ground in front of H. H. and Earl. Overgrown grasses cover the yard that sprawls into the distance. A fence surrounds the yard. Nearby houses stand in the background at right.
Mertie West and husband, H. H. West, in Knights Templar uniform, pose with a large palm tree in the background. She wears a coat, hat, and holds gloves in her hands. His uniform consists of a hat, a sash, a belt, and what may be a sword.
H. H. West sits on a sofa in the parlor of the West's house at 240 South Griffin Avenue. He wears a hat and holds his gloves on his knee. He holds another item that cannot be identified in his other hand. There are pillows on the sofa and there is a rocking chair at the left. Pictures hang on the wall. The library is visible through the doorway. There are light streaks or scratches at the bottom of the negative.
H. H. West stands in the parlor of the West's house at 240 South Griffin Avenue. He wears a hat and smokes a cigar. He holds a cane and has a hand on his hip. There is a rocking chair next to him and a small table with a lamp on it next to that. A picture hangs on the wall. The library is visible in the background, with a fireplace and large table where a man, who is only partially visible, sits.
H. H. West and Helen Goforth stand in front of West's office at 340 Towne Avenue. There is a sign in the office window that reads, "H. H. West Co. Manufacturers Agent." The interior of the office is visible, including a fan in the window and what may be bricks piled on a table.
H. H. West stands in front of his house with his cousin, mother, and brothers. William and West both wear hats, vests, and bowties. There is a vase of flowers at the top of the steps and a vase with only water in it at the bottom. There is a small box on the stairs. The neighbor's house is visible at the left.