Photograph of H. H. West posing for a photograph after a rabbit hunt near the Duarte wash. He stands at center and holds the lone rabbit he shot in one hand and holds his rifle in the crook of his elbow with his other arm. Directly behind him, an unidentifiable man (partial view) sits on the ground with a gun across his lap. Another gun lies on the ground behind and to the right of H. H. West.
H. H. West and Ellen Lorene (Pinkie) Lemberger pose with a rabbit that West had just shot. He is also holding a gun, while she holds a bouquet of flowers. He sits while she stands on a plank that is set over a stream. There are trees and mountains in the background.
Ellen Lorene (Pinkie) Lemberger and Mrs. Rucher cross a plank over a stream. Pinkie holds a dead rabbit and a bouquet of flowers, while Mrs. Rucher holds a bouquet of flowers and a gun. Both women wear hats. There are trees, mountains, and a fence in the background.
Photograph, from left to right, of George M. West and Frank Lemberger sitting on the ground and posing for a photograph during a rabbit shoot at Duarte. Both men look the camera with their guns resting across their laps. They sit in front of low brush. George M. West sits with his legs extended outward; Frank Lemberger sits with his legs crossed. A gun lies on the ground between them and a rabbit sits on the ground in front of Frank.
Guy M. West stands in front of railroad tracks with his back to the camera. About 4 dead rabbits hang from his low back. He wears a satchel over his shoulder and holds a gun. Railroad tracks in front of him run horizontally. A fence and power lines in the distance stretch across the image horizontally as well. Guy's shadow is cast towards the right.
Photograph, from left to right, of Guy M. West, Dad Smith and H. H. West standing near railroad tracks with their guns and rabbits after a shoot. All three men are turned slightly towards the left as they each hold their gun in one hand and a few rabbits in the other. A raised wooden platform stands behind Guy West and Dad Smith. A ramp extends from the platform at left down to the ground behind H. H. West. Some railroad tracks and power lines are visible in the distance.