Photograph of a neighborhood boy standing on a lawn lining Griffin Avenue while the old Quayle properties stand on the far side of the street. The front lawn of a house stretches across the foreground. A boy in baggy overalls dons a yarmulke(?) while he stands on the lawn at center. Behind him, a sidewalk lines Griffin Avenue which passes across the mid-ground. Three houses stand in a row on the opposite side of the street. A palm tree stands in front of each of the houses and a car is parked in front of the rightmost house.
Photograph of a fisherman mending his net near the Southern Pacific Railroad station in San Pedro. The side of a building stands at left and stretches back towards the center. Along the bottom half of the building hangs a fishing net. The fisherman sits on a crate at center in the near distance. He sits facing the net to the left and reaches out to trim the netting. A dog stands directly behind him. Wood planks cover the ground and extend back towards a single-story building that stretches across the background.
Photograph of a fisherman sitting on the wharf in San Pedro and mending his fishing net. The fisherman sits at center atop a crate and faces towards the right. He mends the netting which hangs from a railing to his right. A dog lies on the pier in front of him and to the left. The pier extends behind him from the lower left corner and up towards the center of the image. At far left a set of stairs rise from the pier and stretch beyond the frame. Water is visible just off the pier. On the opposite shore, houses stand in the distance and are reflected in the water.
An out-of-focus photograph, from left to right, of Agnes Ebey and Louise Ambrose posing outside the Ambrose home on North Hellman Street (now Avenue 24). Agnes Ebey stands at left with hands clasped behind her back. She faces slightly right and tilts her head to look to the camera. Louise Ambrose stands at right. She too looks to the camera as she clasps her hands behind her back. Palm fronds grow behind them.
Agnes Hawley and Mertie Whitaker stand in the Whitaker's front yard. Both women are smiling. A fence lines the yard and a plant grows over the fence at the left. Across the street, there are trees and houses.
Agnes Hawley stands holding a fan in the Whitaker's front yard. She stands and bends slightly forward. A fence lines the yard. There are palm trees and houses across the street. The image is foggy and difficult to see.
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.