November 30 1922 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, under the command of L. D. Douglas, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on November 30th, 1922.  The ship reported a light passenger list of approximately 480 with some 60 Saloon Class and 50 in Second Class.  Several hundred passengers were in Steerage.

At Hong Kong the EMPRESS OF ASIA would be dry-docked for her annual overhaul.  The overhaul is scheduled to take 33 days.

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on November 30th, 1922 at Vancouver and Victoria.


V. C. Cummings

Of Vancouver.

Mr. and Mrs. G. K. King


C. L. Preston


Mrs. J. C. Ratcliffe


E. Blondahl


Hilma Hill

Of Toronto.

R. W. Pearce

Of Victoria.

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Scully

Of Seattle

C. W. Widman


J. Allsopp


Reverend K. C. Yong

Of Vancouver

Colonel F. P. Mackie

Of Vernon.

Edith Vanderbilt

Of Washington, D. C.

Cornelia Vanderbilt

Of Washington, D. C.

Dr. and Mrs. Duncan Main

Of Edinburgh.

Dr. R. Masujima

Of Yokohama.

Mrs. A. Monsod

Of Seattle


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