June 15 1922 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by L. W. Douglas, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on June 15th, 1922. 

A passenger list of about 500 was reported with 130 First Class and 40 Cabin Class passengers.

General Grigori Semenoff was a passenger on this voyage. General Semenoff was a leader of the Cossacks and of the anti-Soviet forces in Siberia.  He was travelling to Harbin, Manchuria after a visit to the United States.

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on June 15th, 1922 at Vancouver and Victoria.

General Grigori Semenoff

A leader of anti-Soviet forces in Siberia en route to Harbin, Manchuria from the United States.

Ethel McEachren

Of Toronto.

C. K. Marshall Martin

Of Montreal.

T. J. Rothe

Of Toronto.

Leo Thomas

Of Toronto.


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