An out-of-focus photograph of H. H. West, Jr. standing up from the bank of Matilija Creek and posing with his fishing gear. He holds up a fishing rod in his right hand and a basket hangs down by his left side. He stands under trees on a pathway up from the creek. The creek can be seen behind him at right.
Alfred Siemsen, Richard Siemsen, H. H. West Jr., Elizabeth West Siemsen, Mertie West, and Dorothea Siemsen stand in front of the Siemsen's home. H. H. West Jr. holds a cat. Alfred holds what may be a camera. Dorothea holds something to her mouth.
Forrest Whitaker, Abraham Whitaker, Agnes Whitaker, H. H. West Jr., and Mertie West sit in a Willys-Knight car in Yosemite National Park. Forrest Whitaker sits in the driver's seat. The two men wears hats, while the women and the boy wear what appear to be visors. There is a sign next to the road at the right of the photograph.
Photograph of H. H. West, Jr. in profile as he holds a bow and draws back an arrow while playing in the backyard. He faces right and aims the arrow upwards. A fence runs across the background behind him and a tree stands in front of the fence on the right.
H. H. West Jr., Bob Wilcutt, George Temm, and another boy pose in their Boy Scouts uniforms. West has a hand on his hip and holds the flag. The boy on the right holds the edge of the flag and has his arm around the boy next to him.
H. H. West Jr. poses with his step-mother, Mertie West, while wearing his Boy Scouts uniform. West has an arm over Mrs. West's shoulders. He wears tall socks, a sash, and kerchief. Mrs. West wears a hat and a skirt. There are houses and trees behind them.