Mertie West and Forrest and Agnes Whitaker stand in their campsite at Rock Creek. Mrs. West has her foot up on a rock and her hand to her mouth. Mrs. Whitaker holds a stick. Mr. Whitaker has a hand on his hip and a hand on his leg. He wears a hat and glasses. In the foreground, there are rocks and pots and pans, as well as a box. In the background, there are chairs, boxes, and tables, as well as trees.
Mertie West stands at a stove at a campsite. She bends over and is in motion and therefore is slightly blurry. There are pots and pans on the stove. In the background, there is an awning above and more pots, as well as a table. There are trees in the background.
Mertie West sits on a bed at a campsite. She wears a floral dress, glasses, and a head covering. She is in motion and therefore slightly blurry. There is a plaid blanket on the bed. There are clothes and bags hanging from the trees behind. There are pots on the ground and a large rock in the foreground.
A blurry photograph of the West-Schmitz-Stavnow-Cole party campsite near Hilton Creek. The campsite is bounded by a tent at left, boulders at center and H. H. West's Cadillac on the right. A member of the camping party bends over the camp stove in front of the boulders just right-of-center. Charles Stavnow stands at right in front and to the left of the Cadillac with his back to the camera. The Cadillac is viewed from the front at an angle. In the distance at right, a snow-covered mountain stands.
Mertie West and Forrest and Agnes Whitaker sit at their campsite at Rock Creek. There is a tent behind them. There are rocks in the foreground, as well as pots and pans. At the right, there are boxes on a table.
Edith Shaw was H. H. West's niece. Forrest Whitaker was West's brother-in-law and Agnes was Whitaker's wife. They are in their temporary camping kitchen at Convict Lake. There are clothes hanging on a line in the background and two pots in the foreground.