March 29 1930 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by L. D. Douglas, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on March 29th, 1930.  On this crossing the ship would call at Honolulu.

The ship carried a passenger list of 390 aboard with 75 Saloon Class, 25 Second Class, 40 Third Class and 250 Steerage.  

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on March 29th, 1930 at Vancouver and Victoria.

 

Major H. Von Heidenstam

 

S. Ishii

 

Mrs. Edgar Barraclough

Of Shanghai

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hellyer

Of Chicago

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie B. Stiles

 

J. F. C. Williams

Representative of the Hudsonís Bay Company, London, England.

J. T. Knowles

President of Smith-Bell Company, England.

L. Geunther

Publisher of the New York Financial World en route to the Orient.

Eugene Katz

Of the New York Financial World en route to the Orient.

Captain A. Garrod

Of the Java-India line, Bangkok.

 

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