June 5 1922 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA concluded a Pacific crossing upon reaching Vancouver on June 5th, 1922. 

Notable passengers aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA arriving at Victoria and Vancouver on June 5th, 1922.

Marquis and Marchioness of Northampton

On a world tour.

Sir Hugh and Lady Bray

En route to London.

A. Brooke Smith

Associated with the Shanghai International Council.

G. C. Dew

Associated with the Canadian Pacific Railway in the Far East.

Dr. James Endicott

Of Toronto, returning from the National Chinese Conference of Christians in Shanghai.

J. H. Oldham

Of Great Britain, Associated with the International Missionary Council.

Captain Gibson

Of Montreal.

Judge C. Hale

Of Portland, Maine.

Dr. E. H. Hume

Of New Haven, Connecticut.

D. Hume

Of Victoria.

General H. H. McLean

Of Rothesay, New Brunswick.

E. N. Bender

Associated with the Canadian Pacific Railway.

A. D. Braithwaite

Of Montreal.

P. R. Borger

Of The Hague.

Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Cartwright

Of Chautauqua, New York.

G. L. Cox

Of London.

P. M. Dawson

Of Shanghai.

Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Ellis

Of Hong Kong.

A. Gore-Brown


G. S. D. Hamel

Of The Hague.

S. R. Harlow

Of Boston.

H. H. Hart

Of San Francisco.

Sir Alfred and Lady Knox

Of London.

E. M. Liddell

Of Chepstow, England

Mr. and Mrs. J. Loewer

Of New York

Mr. and Mrs. D. R. MacKenzie

Of Peking.

G. Morriss

Of Shanghai.

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Osborn

Of New York.

Mrs. Eldon Potter

Of Hong Kong.

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ricker

Of Cedar rapids, Iowa.

Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wheeler

Of Sidney, British Columbia.

R. P. Wilson

Of Monclair, New Jersey.

H. C. Rutgers

Of Dribergene, Netherlands.

I. Wilson

Of Victoria.

George H. Crawford

Of Portland, Oregon.

J. E. Crutcher

Of Seattle.

E. Porter

Of Seattle.

Alter Turetsky

Of Shanghai.

Reverend and Mrs. H. Van Dyck

Of Brooklyn.

P. Williams



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