Photograph, from left to right, of: U. G. Smith, Elmer Cole, Al Schmitz, Charles Stavnow and H. H. West. In a group on the left, U. G. Smith, Elmer Cole and Charles Stavnow crouch down to dig for worms. Al Schmitz stands behind them and watches. Off to the right, H. H. West stands in profile and watches the digging. H. H. West's Cadillac (partial view) is parked behind them and a building for "BISHOP FRENCH LAUNDRY" can be seen in the background.
Photograph, from left to right, of H. H. West and "Count" Adams standing near caught fish hanging upon a wooden beam. H. H. wears a fedora hat and mid-length jacket with his arms out to his sides as he stands just left-of-center. He poses for a photograph standing just beneath and next to nine fish that hang on a wooden beam from nails. Behind him and the fish, "Count" Adams stands on the right with his hands in his pockets as he looks towards the camera. They stand atop a cliffside and are surrounded by wooden framework. The ocean is in the background at left. On the right, a small wooden shack (partial view) sits behind "Count" Adams.
Photograph of H. H. West standing alongside his Buick as he looks across the landscape the summit of the Blue Mountains. A mountain road curves into frame at left in the near distance. A graveled parking area stretches wide to the right of it. H. H. West stands at center in the near distance and within in the graveled parking area. His back is to camera as he holds something up to his face and looks towards the landscape in the distance. His Buick is parked next to him; it is viewed from the back. A low barrier fence at far right lines the graveled area. The valley below the summit is barely visible in the far distance.
H. H. West stands in front of a tree in MacArthur (Westlake) Park. He wears a hat and vest and smokes a cigar. He has a mustache and his thumbs are hooked into the waist of his pants. There are other trees in the background.
Photograph of H. H. West fishing in the San Gabriel River from from atop a rock. At left, rocks line the right bank of the river along the left edge of the image. At right, the San Gabriel River flows on a slight arc down from the distance and into the foreground where it spans the width of the bottom frame. In the distance at left, H. H. West stands atop a rock that juts out of the river. He is in profile, facing right, and holds a fishing rod out in front of him to the right. Behind him, tall grasses stand beyond the rocky river bank. In the far distance, a mountain rises behind H. H. and the river.
Photograph of H. H. West posing in Newport Beach with the fish he and Glen Velzy caught. He stands left-of-center and faces towards the right. He holds a fish in each of his hands and holds them out towards the right. Directly behind him, several fish hang from a stick that runs parallel to the ground. A beach and a pier can be seen in the background.
Photograph of H. H. West standing in a field at the edge of town during a visit to Yreka. He stands in the near distance, left-of-center. His arms hang by his sides as he faces slightly right. H. H. stands on flat ground that stretches behind him. Further back, a fence stretches across the image. Trees extend into the distance beyond the fence and mountains rise in the far distance at right.
Photograph, from left to right, of Elizabeth Siemsen, Dorothea Siemsen and H. H. West standing on a sidewalk and posing in front of the Siemsen family's home on Los Encinos Avenue in Glendale. The group stands in a row on a sidewalk at center. All look to the camera. The sidewalk stretches behind them on a slight angle to the right. Los Encinos Avenue runs parallel to the sidewalk at right and stretches into the distance. Hedges line the left side of the sidewalk. The Siemsen family residence stands in partial view along the left edge. It faces right and is obscured by trees that stand in front of it. Mountains rise in the far distance.
An out-of-focus photograph of H. H. West walking away from the front door of the Paul Revere House in Boston's North End neighborhood. Along the bottom edge, a sliver of N Square stretches on an upward angle to the right. At far left, 2 young children play with a toy car on the sidewalk that passes in front of the Paul Revere House. The Paul Revere House stands on the far side of the street. It is viewed close-up and at an angle from the front. The timber-constructed dwelling stands 2-stories tall with lattice-pane windows lining both floors. An American flag extends out from the center of the building. H. H. West stands in the distance at far right, facing camera as he walks away from the house. A building adjacent to the Paul Revere House is barely visible standing along the right edge.