In front of the Letts mausoleum (designed in Egyptian Revival style) in the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, six members of the Los Angeles Commandery No. 9, Knights Templar, raise their swords in an arch above the flower-covered casket of Arthur Letts. Seated mourners observe.
Mertie West and husband, H. H. West, in Knights Templar uniform, pose with a large palm tree in the background. She wears a coat, hat, and holds gloves in her hands. His uniform consists of a hat, a sash, a belt, and what may be a sword.
George M. West poses in his Knights Templar uniform. His uniform consists of a hat, a sash, a belt, and he holds a sword. The large front window of the house is behind him and there are plants at the base of the house.
H. H. West poses wearing his Knights Templar uniform with a large palm tree in the background. His uniform consists of a hat, a sash, a belt, and what may be a sword. Trees, houses, and cars are visible in the background.
Photograph of a crowd gathered to mourn the passing of Arthur Letts at his Egyptian revival style mausoleum at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Members of the Knight Templar in their white-festooned hats stand at attention around the coffin and a floras swag tops the mausoleum.