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.
Mertie West was H. H. West's wife. Forrest Whitaker was Mertie's brother, and Agnes Whitaker was his wife. The kitchen is covered with an awning. There is a table surrounded by chairs, along with a counter that is lined with canned foods and topped with various kitchen supplies. There is a large log in the foreground.
Mertie West, Edith Shaw, and Agnes Whitaker next to a temporary camping kitchen at Convict Lake. The women are washing and drying dishes. The kitchen is covered by an awning. There are cans of food and coffee on the shelves, as well as a milk crate, a lamp, and other objects.
Mertie West and Forrest and Agnes Whitaker stand in their campsite at Rock Creek. Mrs. West has her foot up on a rock and her hand to her mouth. Mrs. Whitaker holds a stick. Mr. Whitaker has a hand on his hip and a hand on his leg. He wears a hat and glasses. In the foreground, there are rocks and pots and pans, as well as a box. In the background, there are chairs, boxes, and tables, as well as trees.