H. H. West's brother, Wilson and their father, George M. West, sit at the table in the library of the West's house at 240 South Griffin Avenue. Wilson has his arm on the table and appears to be writing. Mr. West reads a book and smokes a pipe. There are papers, books, and a lamp on the table. There is a fireplace in the background, as well as a bookcase with pictures propped up on top. There is a window at the right with the shade drawn.
H. H. West's brother, Wilson, reads a book in the library of the West's house. He leans his elbow on a table which is covered with papers and books. There is a sofa at the left with pillows on it, and a guitar leans on the sofa. Pictures hang on the walls. There is an open door next to the sofa.
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 Minnie Kellum and Lucretia Kellum standing on a sidewalk in their neighborhood. Minnie Kellum stands leftmost and faces slightly right. She holds an umbrella beneath her arm and looks to the camera. Lucretia Kellum stands to the right of her, also facing slightly right. She holds a handkerchief in the palm of one hand and looks towards the right. The sidewalk stretches back from the bottom edge of the image, disappearing behind the Kellum women. A dirt road stretches parallel to the sidewalk along the left edge. To the right of the women, a vacant lot with overgrown grasses stretches into the distance. A couple houses stand in the background at right and center.
Photograph, from left to right, of Daisy Kellum and Minnie Kellum standing in their yard and performing a scene from "Loving, proposing and kissing." Daisy Kellum and Minnie Kellum stand at center and embrace in a kiss. Minnie stands rightmost and is dressed in men's clothing. Overgrown grasses in the yard surround them. A fence lines the yard behind the two women. It extends across the image on an angle back from left to right. A house stands on the far side of the fence behind and to the left of Daisy. In the lower right corner, a zigzagging tear weaves through the image.
Photograph, from left to right, of Earl Kellum sitting and Daisy Kellum standing on their family's front porch and looking to the right. They are viewed from a slight worm's-eye view. The front porch rail extends across the bottom edge of the image. Earl Kellum sits atop the rail, left-of-center, with his legs hanging off the edge. He faces towards the camera, but turns his head to look to the right. Daisy Kellum stands behind and to the right of him. She stands behind the rail and she too looks to the right. A porch column stands above the rail and along the right edge of the image. The front door of the house stands at far left behind the rail. A doorplate hangs down from the rail at left, it reads, "416."
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.
Photograph, from left to right, of Nella A. West, Wilson West and Wayne West posing in the front yard of the West family home at 429 South Workman Street. The trio is gathered in the near distance within the confines of the front yard and in front of a picket fence. Nella A. West stands at center and looks to camera. To the right of her, Wilson West stands and also looks to camera. Wayne West is rightmost. He sits atop a gate post, holding a stick and looking towards the camera. The front yard stretches across the foreground. Chickens roam the yard at left and a water pipe with hose stands in the yard at center. A walkway passes horizontally through the yard. The yard is contained by a picket fence that stretches back from right to left. Beyond the yard, a tree stands behind Nella and Wilson. In the far distance, hills are visible. The right edge of the negative is significantly tattered.
Photograph of the West family residence at 429 South Workman Street. South Workman Street stretches across the foreground. The West family home stands on the opposite side of the street, left-of-center. A picket fence with a gate lines the sidewalk in front of the house. The house appears to be in the Queen Anne style. A scalloped gable stands on the left side of the house and a recessed front porch is on the right side of the house. A small tree stands in front of the porch, partially obscuring it. At far right, a large tree stands and beyond it some hills are barely visible in the far distance. The edges of the negative are significantly tattered.
Soldier in a crowd with Southern Pacific Railroad's River Station in the background. The soldier holds his gun up, obscuring his face. A boy looks at the camera at the left. There are women sitting on the balcony of the station. American flags are attached to the front of the station.