From left to right: Agnes and Forrest Whitaker stand between a cabin (left, partial view) and another small structure (right) in the snow-covered Minnelusa area of Big Bear Lake. The photographer looks up to them from the base of a small slope. Another dwelling can be seen in the background on the right.
The Wells cabin (just left-of-center) sits in the snow-covered and wooded area of Minnelusa Canyon at Big Bear Lake. It is partially obscured by an outcrop of boulders. Additional cabins can be seen in the background in the upper left corner and in the lower right corner, in addition to an automobile in the lower right corner.
A photograph taken of the Wells cabin and other neighboring cabins as viewed from a hillside in the Minnelusa Canyon area of Big Bear Lake. The Wells cabin (center) is mostly obscured by a tree and an outcrop of boulders. Neighboring cabins are in the background on the left and right.
Members of the Wells, West and Whitaker families stand outside the snow-covered Neil Wells cabin in winter. Neil Wells is front and center shoveling snow and smoking a cigarette. Behind him, from left to right: Mertie West, Agnes Whitaker, Frances (West) Wells, H. H. West, Jr. and Forrest Whitaker stand on the cabin's front porch.
Photograph of the Wells cabin (center) in the snow-covered Minnelusa Canyon area of Big Bear Lake as viewed from a hillside. An outcrop of boulders partially obscures the view of the cabin. Another structure can be seen in the lower right corner.
Mertie West stands in the center of the photograph. In one hand she holds an icicle and with the other hand, she reaches up towards an icicle hanging off of the eave of the Wells cabin in the Minnelusa Canyon area of Big Bear Lake.