Lynn West, Maud West, Wayne West, and Mertie West pose in the front yard of Wayne West's house. Lynn West wears a military uniform. There are cars driving and parked in the background, along with other houses, lampposts, and a building next door in front of which there are sandbags piled.
Photograph, from left to right, of Hebard West, Ann West, Maud West and Wayne West posing together on the front lawn of Wayne West's home in Santa Ana. The front lawn of Wayne West's home stretches back through the foreground. The four Wests stand in the near distance at center. They stand in a row and wrap their arms around each other as they look to camera. Except for Wayne West, he looks to the right. Behind Hebard, neighboring houses (partial view) stand in a line that extends back towards center from the left edge. Trees line South Birch Street as it extends back along the right edge.
Wayne West stands on his front lawn with his wife and mother-in-law. Mrs. West wears an apron. There is a hose on the ground. West's house is visible at the left of the photograph. Other houses and buildings are visible in the background, along with a streetlamp. One building has a sign on top that reads, "Seaside...gasoline." The bottom of the negative is torn.
Photograph, from left to right, of: Minnette Worley, Maud Foreman West, Mrs. G. W. Foreman (Anna Pike Foreman), Frances West Wells, H. H. West and Wayne West standing in a row and posing in front of the Wells' millwork shop for a group photo. Clothing hanging on a line blows in the wind at the top of the photo from left to center and its shadow is visible on the side of the workshop above the group.
Photograph, from left to right, of: Minnette Worley, Maud Foreman West, Mrs. G. W. Foreman (Anna Pike Foreman), Frances West Wells, Clarence (boy in the shop) and Wayne West standing in a row and posing in front of the Wells' millwork shop for a group photo. At sign atop the roof of the building says, "LIGHT MILLWORK". Clothing hanging on a line blows in the wind at the top of the photo from left to center.
Photograph, from left to right, of Wayne West, Mertie West, Maud West, Agnes Whitaker and Forrest Whitaker sitting on the front porch of their cabin at Big Bear Lake. Cabin number 45 at Stillwell's Camp sits in the distance up a small grassy slope. It is viewed at an angle from the front and the side, facing left. A rock chimney rises along the right side of the cabin. A porch juts out from the front of the cabin. Steps lead up the porch from the right side. Mertie West, Maud West, Agnes Whitaker and Forrest Whitaker all sit on the steps. They look in the general direction of the camera, except for Maud, who looks back towards the cabin. Behind them at left, Wayne West's head is visible behind the porch rail. To the left of the cabin, a tall tree stands, leaning towards the cabin.
An out-of-focus photograph, from left to right, of H. H. West, Mertie West, Wayne West, Maud Foreman West and Agnes Whitaker posing on the lawn of Wayne West's residence in Santa Ana. The group stands in the near distance at center on a manicured lawn. All look to the camera. H. H. West, Wayne West and Agnes Whitaker stand slightly forward of Mertie West and Maud West. Behind them, a sidewalk stretches through the lawn on an upward angle from the lower left corner to the right. South Birch Street runs behind and parallel to it. Houses and trees line the opposite side of the street in the background. In the distance at right, a man walks down the sidewalk, away from camera, and a large palm tree stands in partial view along the right edge.
Photograph of Richard Siemsen posing with a cane while standing next to a furniture sale sign on the front lawn of H. H. West's residence on Griffin Avenue. Richard Siemsen stands in the near distance, left-of-center, on the front lawn. He looks to the camera and holds George M. West's cane out to the right. To the left of Richard, a sign posted in front of the house reads, "FURNITURE FOR SALE." Behind Richard, the front of the West's home on Griffin Avenue stretches across the background. It is viewed at an angle from the front and enters frame at left. Directly behind Richard, from left to right, Mertie West and Maud F. West stand beneath the arch of the front porch. From the front porch, a walkway extends on a downward angle towards the right. Wayne West stands on the far side of the walkway with his back turned to camera. Beyond him, a neighbor's house stands in the background at right.