An out-of-focus photograph, from left to right, of Anna West and H. H. West, Jr. posing in the courtyard at El Paseo in Santa Barbara. They stand side-by-side at center and look to the camera. Behind them and to the right, a tiled fountain sits low to the ground on a lawn. The courtyard surrounds the Wests. Spanish Colonial styled buildings line the perimeter of the courtyard in the background.
Mertie Whitaker on her wedding day to H. H. West. She wears a hat and necklace. She holds what may be a handkerchief in her hand. In the background, there is a building surrounded by a fence and bushes.
Photograph, from left to right, of Dode (Sarah Josephine) Witherby, Zetta Witherby, Mertie West and H. H. West posing in the courtyard at El Paseo in Santa Barbara. The group stands in a row at center and is viewed close-up. All the women look to the camera. H. H. West holds his glasses in hand at his side and glances off towards the right. Behind him and to the right, a tiled fountain sits in partial view in the lower right corner. A man sits at the far end of the fountain. Behind the group, a rounded building, covered in ivy, stands. Additional Spanish Colonial styled buildings line the courtyard in the background.
Photograph, from left to right, of Zetta Witherby, Wes Witherby, Dode (Sarah Josephine) Witherby and Mertie West posing in the courtyard at El Paseo in Santa Barbara. The group stands in a row at center. Everyone faces slightly left, except Zetta Witherby, who faces forward. Both Wes Witherby and Dode Witherby look to the camera while Zetta Witherby and Mertie West look to the left. Behind them and to the right, a tiled fountain sits low to the ground. A woman sits near the fountain in the distance at right. Another woman walks through the grass behind the group at left. The courtyard stretches behind the group. Spanish Colonial styled buildings line the perimeter of the courtyard in the background.
Wilhelmina, Frances, Elizabeth, and Mary West and William "Babe" Bystle stand on the steps of the Santa Barbara Mission. The door of the Mission is open. Babe has his hands in the pockets of his jacket.
Photograph, from left to right, of Wes Witherby and Mertie West sitting at their table on the patio at El Paseo restaurant in Santa Barbara. In the foreground, other diners (partial view) sit along the right and left edges of the image. The Wests' and Witherbys' table sits in the near distance at center. It is viewed at an angle that extends upwards from left to right. An empty chair is pushed away from the table at center; Mertie West sits to the right of the chair on the near side of the table. She looks to the left. To the left of Mertie, Wes Witherby sits at the head of the table; he gazes directly to the camera. On the far side of the table, Dode Witherby (left) and Zetta Witherby (right) are visible sitting at the table, but are partially out-of-frame and obscured, respectively. Behind the group, windows line the perimeter of the dining space and other diners sit in the background at right.
An out-of-focus photograph, from left to right, of H. H. West, Jr., Anna West and Mertie West posing beside a sign on the First United Methodist Church's grounds in Santa Barbara. A sidewalk stretches past the lower right corner in the foreground. To the left of the sidewalk, church lawns extend to the left. On the lawn, H. H. West, Jr. stands at center and looks to the camera. He rests his hand up on a sign that reads, "PASTOR'S STUDY AND CHURCH OFFICE." To the right of the sign, Anna Roth and Mertie West stand. All 3 look to the camera. Behind them, a walkway stretches from the sidewalk at right and to the left, disappearing behind some bushes. In the distance at left, the church stands in partial view. Arched windows in sets of 2 and 3 line the clerestory. At center, a tall pine rises at the far side of the lawn. A house is visible in the distance behind the tree.
An out-of-focus photograph, from left to right, of Mertie West and H. H. West posing on the front steps of the First United Methodist Church in Santa Barbara. Mertie West and H. H. West stand at center. Mertie looks to camera and H. H. glances to the right. They stand on the second step down from the top of the steps. The steps stretch across the bottom edge on an upward angle from right to left. Behind the Wests, 3 large entrance doors to the church stand open. The door at center is situated to the left of the Wests. It is surrounded by a few architraves. The door at right stands in partial view along the right edge.