November 13 1937 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by George Goold, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on November 13th, 1937.  The arrival of the ship at Victoria was delayed almost 2 hours due to a snowstorm that reduced visibility in the waters between Vancouver and Victoria.  Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on November 13th, 1937 at Vancouver and Victoria.


Henry L. Castillou

Vancouver barrister en route to the Far East.

G. J. Haywood

RCMP Officer en route to the Far East.

Fred W. Jones

Of Victoria.

Mrs. A. L. Ronvaux

En route to the Belgian Consulate at Yokohama.

George Reviere

Of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company of Akron, Ohio.

Charles Blefield

Philip Cheskin

S. J. H. Fox

Carl Guggenheim

O. Hohbach

J. R. Hughes

Mrs. Hughes

H. Ishida

A. Jennings

Mrs. Jennings

T. H. Leathart

W. Lister

J. H. Lowe

J. K. McGann

J. C. Mahoney

J. F. Mayer

Dr. A. P. Proctor

H. Seuss

Ralph Thibaut

Mr. and Mrs. W. Voelker

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Warren


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