Patricia Feldman, Ellen Kobatznich, and Joan Contaron with dolls and a teddy bear. The girls' parents are members of the Beverly Hills Chapter of Hadassah. The girls, along with several other member's children, put on a play about the difference between good and bad food during the club’s Child Welfare Day held at the Beverly Hills Athletic Club. During the event, members paid an extra 9 cents for their lunches which went toward providing soup, salad, fruit, and milk for Palestine children.
H. H. West's daughters, Frances and Elizabeth, sit on the back steps of a house with a teddy bear between them. Frances has her finger on her nose and Elizabeth has her hand up to her mouth. Elizabeth wears dark tights and has a bow in her hair. The teddy bear is upside down on the step. The door to the house is visible at the top of the stairs. There are bushes, a fence, and a clothes line visible at the left.
H. H. West's daughters, Frances and Elizabeth, sit on the back steps of a house with a teddy bear between them. Both girls hold one of the teddy bear's paws. Elizabeth wears dark tights and has a bow in her hair. The door to the house is visible at the top of the stairs.
A Santa Claus sits in his display at center and faces towards the camera as he greets a few children. To the right of him, a girl in a dark coat stands and rests a hand onto a teddy bear sitting on the Santa Claus' knee. A boy stands in front and slightly to the left of Santa Claus. The boy faces back towards Santa Claus. Along the left edge, a young girl stands facing towards the camera. Behind them, the display stands. Glittering stars surround the Christmas-tree shaped back of Santa Claus' chair. A deer figure's head noses into frame near the upper right corner.