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.
Photograph of six boys and a man posing for an informal group photograph at Sycamore Park after taking tests for the Boy Scouts. Three boys stand on the left, a man stands center with newspapers and books under his arms, and three boys stand on the right, including H. H. West, Jr. on the far right. They stand on a sidewalk and are surrounded by trees. On the sidewalk near their feet, the shadow of a man wearing a hat is visible towards the center of the photograph.
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.
H. H. West Jr., Frank Willis, and fellow Boy Scouts pose in front of tents. The boys have their arms around each other. A carved animal is attached to a pole and sticks up from a tent just behind one of the boy's heads.