November 21 1932 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by A. V. R. Lovegrove, concluded a Pacific crossing upon reaching Vancouver on November 21st, 1932.  A succession of storms was encountered after leaving Yokohama, causing arrival at Victoria to be 8 hours late. A small passenger list was reported.  The afternoon sailing of the Victoria to Seattle ship was held over to accommodate passengers from the EMPRESS OF ASIA who wished to travel south. 

Notable passengers aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA arriving at Vancouver on November 21st, 1932.


John Siegfried

Representative of Siegfried, Schmidt, & Company, Chicago, returning home from Japan.

Mrs. L. T. Beddow

Peiping, Managing Agent of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Hotels, proceeding on a visit to the United States.

H. Owen

Official of the Chinese Maritime Customs at Yunnanfu, en route to Great Britain.

Mr. & Mrs. J. M. Simms

Of Palo Alto, California, returning home after a world tour.

Mrs. L. F. Miller

Prominent mission worker of Central China, on her way to New York.  A member of the Faculty of the Central China College at Wuchang.

P. M. Anderson

Of Shanghai, partner in firm of Anderson & Ferroggiaro, automobile dealers, en route to Iowa.

Johann Jansenn

Of Berlin, returning home after a tour to the Orient.

Nils V. Hartog

Of Stockholm, en route home after a business trips to China and Japan.

Tsao-Tsin Lee

Of Shanghai en route to Paris.

Dr. A. Heinzelmann

Of Berlin, en route from a business visit to Japan.

W. W. Phelps

Travelling from the Federated Malay States to his home in Evanston, Illinois.

A. L. Biggs

Superintendent of the Shanghai Power Company en route to England.

S. S. Jenkins

Of Shanghai, Dodge Motor Corporation of Detroit, proceeding to Company headquarters


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