Distant view of the the Schmitz, Scullin and West party campsite. 4 tents stand in the distance. The tent on the left is obscured by a parked automobile. A large tree extends out of frame behind the large, white tent pitched on the right. A hillside occupies the background.
Photograph of Edward Steinberg cooking up a piece of fish at the group's campsite. He stands center, in profile and facing left. To his left, a small portable stove with a stove pipe sits balanced atop rocks. His upper body is bent over the stove. His left arm is bent with the back of his hand resting on his hip. With this right hand, he holds a (fork?) to lift a fish from the pan sitting atop the stove. To the left of him, pans and buckets sit on rocks and shelves. In the background at right, a tented dining area is set up. A car is parked on the far right and a large piece of canvas stretches over the car towards Edward. The tent is additionally supported by ropes and long sticks functioning as posts. Beneath the tent and in front of the car, a man sips from a cup while sitting at a table. Plates and cups sit on the table. A small shelf stands at the end of the table and holds boxes and cans. A bench is visible in front of the table.
Photograph, from left to right, of Frances West, Ted McClellan and Elizabeth West hanging around the campsite near the base of a mountainside. Frances and Elizabeth stand at center and to the right of the back end of a vehicle. Frances stands closest to the car and looks down at something in her hands. Elizabeth stands to the right of Frances. She wears a bonnet and holds a fishing rod. Her other hand rests on her hip. A pot sits on the ground in front of her. The girls stand behind about 15 fish hanging from string. The string is attached to the car at left, is supported by a stick at center and continues out of the photograph at right. Ted McClellan stands behind and between the girls in the near distance. He leans against the driver's side of another car and looks downward. He wears a hat and holds a strap in his hands. A child (maybe Ted McClellan's son) stands to the left and behind Frances with his back to camera. Mountains rise in the background. A person's shadow enters the image at the bottom of the photograph on the left. A white blur cuts through the shadow.
Photograph of Convict Lake with mountains standing in the background beyond the opposite bank. The shore of the lake stretches on an angle from the lower left up towards the right. The opposite bank extends on a horizontal about halfway up the image. From the opposite bank, a mountain rises at center.
A lopsided photograph of H. H. West posing with trout caught from Sherwin Creek. H. H. West stands at center and appears to lean to the left. He looks off to the left as he holds out a stick in front of him with both hands from which 5 trout hang from their mouths. The stick is skewered through the mouths of the trout. Tall brush stands behind and to the right of H. H. West. A pine stands in the distance, left-of-center.
H. H. West stands just right-of-center behind a boulder. His right leg is propped up on the boulder. He rests his right hand to his right leg. In his left hand, he holds the barrel of his rifle with the butt of the gun resting on the boulder. H. H. looks off to the right and wears a hat and suspenders. In front of him, 4 dead sage hen (grouse) lie in a row atop the boulder in the foreground. A hillside rises in the background at right. Ground brush expands into the distance behind him.
At right, H. H. West holds the end of a string of trout and cigar while he looks to the camera. He stands in front of a boulder. The string extends to the left side of the image. In the center, about fifteen total trout hang from the string. A stick standing left-of-center supports the string of trout. The string is attached to a parked car near the rear tire. Frances West, Elizabeth West and Ted McClellan stand in line extending back from behind the stick. The girls wear similar printed dresses with bonnets and all three face the general direction of H. H. A car that faces left is parked behind and to the left of them. A mountain rises in the background at left.
Mertie West and Forrest and Agnes Whitaker stand in their campsite at Rock Creek. Mrs. West wears a floral dress. Mrs. Whitaker leans on a tree, and Mr. Whitaker sits on a bed. There is a tent at the left. There are pots and pans in the foreground and trees in the background.