Photograph of group portrait in front of arched entryway of Big Pines camp, showing man riding a horse in background, [s.d.]. In the extreme foreground to the left, a group of seven men can be seen posing for the camera. The two men to the left, the man at center, and the second man from the right all can be seen wearing similar collared shirts, long pants, wide-brimmed hats, and high boots. The man at left wears a bow tie, the man at center wears a regular tie, and the other two men show open collars. To the left and right of the man at center, two men wearing full suits can be seen. The man on the left wears glasses and holds a hat in his hands. To the far right, a man wearing a striped vest, bow tie, and high boots can be seen. In the background at center, a man can be seen riding a large horse. Further in the background, a large stone archway flanked by two columns with parapets can be seen. Small rectangular windows can be seen near the top of the columns, and rectangular panels are also visible near the bases. Across the arch, a large sign is visible that reads: "Big Pines--L.A. County Camp". At the center of the arch, a small sign reads: "1926". Two individuals can be seen underneath the archway near a small plaque mounted on the archway's interior. To the far left, a large building can be seen with surrounding trees.