Much like the first, the second album contains photographs from friends, family and the neighborhood; from her travels; and from her job as a school teacher. This album, the second, generally contains photos from a somewhat later period than the first album.
Their friends Ernest and Eva Boyd make several appearances. They lived in a different neighborhood in San Jose, and were companions on some of the travels that Aunt Irene and Uncle Pete took. There are several photographs of the Ludwig family, some from the early days as in the first album.
Aunt Irene taught in Ceres, and in a hospital school. There are some photographs from those days.
Their travels took them east to the Great Salt Lake in Utah, north through Oregon and Washington to British Columbia, and south to San Diego and Tijuana, taking in the Catalina Islands on the way.