Wilson West sits on the West's front lawn with the neighbor's dog, while Wayne West stands by. Wilson wears a hat. Wayne has a button on his lapel. There are houses, trees, and utility poles in the background.
H. H. West's brother, Wilson, sits on a curb with a dog. He wears a hat and suit. He has his hand on the dog's back. There are trees behind him, and across the street there are fences and houses. H. H. West's shadow is visible in the foreground.
Daugherty brothers play with Guy West's dog. They are in the front lawn of the West's house. The younger boy wears a gown and the older one holds the dog's collar. There is a tree in the yard and a church and other houses are visible across the street.
Calf sniffs a dog in the West's yard. There are houses visible at the left and across the street and trees throughout. There is a metal pail behind the dog. The calf has a collar and a rope hanging from that.
Photograph, from left to right, of Rover (Guy West's dog) and H. H. West sitting in the tules near Watson Spur hunting for ducks. Rover sits at left behind H. H. West. H. H. West is viewed in profile as he sits among the tules with his gun at the ready. Both he and Rover face right. A dead duck lies on top of flattened down tules in front of H. H. West at center. A shadow of someone's head enters the photograph from the bottom edge.
Photograph, from left to right, of Guy M. West and Charles Rucher standing on the front lawn of the West residence on South Griffin Avenue. The two men stand, left-of-center, facing towards the camera. Guy M. West stands leftmost in the middle of the lawn and looks to the camera. Charles Rucher stands to the right of him and faces slightly left. He looks left as he rests a hand in his pocket. At far right, in the foreground, someone sitting out of frame pets a dog. Behind Guy and Charles, a driveway lines the far side of the lawn, stretching on a slightly upward angle from right to left. On the opposite side of the driveway, fruit trees grow in the neighbor's front lawn. In the distance, Griffin Avenue passes behind the men, stretching on an upward angle from left to right. Neighboring houses line the far side of the street in the background.