July 22 1926 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by A. V. R. Lovegrove, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on July 22nd, 1926.  The ship carried a large passenger list attributable in part to the removal of the EMPRESS OF AUSTRALIA from the Pacific.  Passengers included parties travelling to China from Cuba and Trinidad.  A heavy cargo amounting to 3,200 tons was carried and included automobiles, cigarettes, flour, spelter, Kraft paper and wood pulp.

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on July 22nd, 1926 at Vancouver and Victoria.


Lieutenant Adam T. Wood


General Tsang Ho

Former Chinese Consul at Vancouver en route to a new assignment.

Mrs. E. Cobb Little

Associated with the United States diplomatic office at Peking.

Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Kime

Of Washington, D.C. en route to the Far East.

D. E. Gauld

En route to Tamsui, Formosa.

A. Taylor

Of Harrison & Crosfield.

J. F. MacGregor

Of London.

Mrs. A. M. Block


T. Akita

Of Seattle.

Mr. Chi

Shanghai exporter.

Mr. Wang

Shanghai exporter.

J. A. Good

Of London.

J. P. Hardy

Of Burns, Philip & Company, Sydney, Australia en route to Australia from London.

J. H. Harris

Director of Anthony Harden & Sons, Australia en route to Hong Kong from London.

Irene C. A. Ho

En route to Yokohama.

Harriet Holverstadt

A missionary travelling to China.

Miss Lui


Miss Little

Of Montreal.

G. Saxton

Of Lynn, Massachusetts.

Mrs. F. A. Stevenson  

Of Seattle en route to Manila.

Joan Stevenson

Of Seattle en route to Manila.

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Metcalf



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