H. H. West's daughter, Elizabeth, stands next to her baby brother, H. H. West Jr., who is in a stroller. She has her hands in the pockets of her sweater and she wears a belt, plaid skirt, and laced boots. He wears a cap and sweater and his eyes are closed. There are blankets in the stroller. There are windows at the left and what may be a garage in the background. H. H. West's shadow is visible on the wall at the left.
H. H. West Jr. in a baby carriage in the West's backyard. He wears a cap and sweater. There is a fence surrounding the yard and plants in front of it. A clothesline hangs above and a house is visible in the background.
A close-up photograph of H. H. West, Jr. kneeling in front of his barracks while stationed at Fort Mears in Dutch Harbor during World War II. H. H. West, Jr. kneels at center on top of a wood slat landing in front of his barracks. He poses facing left, but turns his head to look to the camera. Behind him, the dutch door of the Quonset hut stands closed.
Close-up photograph, from left to right, of Mertie West, Frances West Wells, H. H. West, Jr., Ann West and Richard Siemsen posing on the front steps of the First Methodist Church of Hollywood. The group stands off-center to the left and all look to the camera. They are viewed close-up with some standing in partial view. Mertie West stands in partial view along the left edge. Frances Wells stands to the right of her; her hat extends beyond the top edge. Behind and to the right of Frances, H. H. West, Jr. stands a step higher. His head extends beyond the top edge. In front of H. H., Jr. and to the right, Ann Roth stands between Frances and Richard. Richard Siemsen stands rightmost; his head also extends beyond the top edge of the image. The front steps of the church rise behind them and towards the decorative front portal of the church that spans the background.
Photograph, from left to right, of Richard Siemsen, Frances West Wells, H. H. West, H. H. West, Jr. and Ann West posing on a lawn outside the First Methodist Church of Hollywood. The group stands off-center to the left in a row and all look to the camera. Behind the group, a sign stands at center. It reads, "[GLENN] RANDALL PHILLIPS, D.D. SUNDAY, JUNE 30. 9:30 [...] CHURCH SCHOO. [?]:45 A [...] 'AME[...] P[...']." Also behind the group, foliage lines the ground surrounding the exterior of the church, which stretches across the background.
Photograph of Boy Scouts of America Troop 76 posing for a group photograph at the Big Pines Boy Scout Camp before readying to leave for home. The group is split into two rows; the front row kneels and the back row stands. Nine people kneel in the front row, including: H. H. West (leftmost, front row), H. H. West, Jr. (4th from the left, front row) and Dudley Nichols (6th from the left, front row). Eighteen boys stand in the back row, including: Ed Saxton (leftmost, back row) and Frank Willis (6th from left, back row). The group poses for the photograph in a wintry landscape. Trees occupy the background behind them on the right and it appears that Jackson Lake may be behind them on the left.
Photograph, from left to right, of H. H. West, Jr. and Harold Johnston standing on the beach near Las Flores Canyon in Malibu. Both boys stand atop rocks on the shore and look towards the camera. A small wave crashes to shore right behind them. The ocean expands into the distance.
H. H. West Jr. poses with the men from his tent at Camp San Luis Obispo. The tent is made of wood at the bottom. "U. S." is printed at the top. There is a chimney at the top and power wires above. The men stand on a wooden walkway that is laid over the dirt. There are other tents at the right and other buildings in the background.
Glendale YMCA Marching Band in the Armistice Day Parade. The band uniform consists of white pants, a hat, and a loose-fitting shirt tied at the waist. A boy at the right adjusts another boy's uniform. A little boy rides a tricycle behind the band. Cars are parked across the street in front of a house. A man walks onto the curb across the street. A brick building has the words, "The Famous" painted at the top.