H. H. West's daughters, Frances and Elizabeth, stand on the West's front lawn wearing witch hats. They both wear white shirts with floral skirts and they hold what may be wrapped candies. The hats have images of witches on broomsticks on them. There is a tree behind them and there are houses in the background.
H. H. West's wife, Mary, stands with their daughter, Elizabeth and Frances, and his mother, Wilhelmina West. There are people and cars in the background. There are also buildings, though they are difficult to see. West's shadow is in the foreground.
Though the negative sleeve dates this photograph as about 1910, West's daughters appear to be older than four and seven, as they would have been in 1910, so the date has been estimated to be circa 1915.
Photograph, from left to right, of Frances West and Elizabeth West scrambling around a boulder near Big Tujunga Creek. In the foreground at left, Frances West looks down as she takes a step over a small pool of water towards the camera. She holds her skirt and braces herself against the boulder on the right. Elizabeth West dashes behind the boulder on the right. Another boulder lies in the background on the left. Both girls wear dark-colored skirts and white blouses.
H. H. West's daughters, Elizabeth and Frances, sit in the sand. Elizabeth sits cross legged and looks at the camera. Frances is on her knees and looks down at the sand. Both girls have ribbons in their hair. Buildings, utility poles, and wires are visible in the background.
Photograph, from left to right, of Mary A. West, Elizabeth West and Frances West standing to the left of a floe of snow near Mount Wilson. Mary stands at far left and looks to the camera. The top of her head is cropped out of frame. To her right, Elizabeth and Frances wear matching hats and jackets; both girls also hold a clump of snow in their hands. Elizabeth looks down to her free hand and Frances turns her head to look at Elizabeth. At right, snow lies on the ground in a long winding patch that extends into the background.
Photograph, from left to right, of Elizabeth West and Frances West standing in front of a tree while visiting the summit of Mount Wilson. Elizabeth stands at left and looks down at a small clump of snow she holds in her outstretched hand. Frances West stands to the right of her in front of the trunk of a tree. Frances looks over to Elizabeth. Behind them, the ground is covered in a light layer of snow. Trees line the background.