September 23 1933 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by A. V. R. Lovegrove, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on September 23rd, 1933.  

Passengers included a party of Roman Catholic Priests and Sisters en route from Canada to Japan on missionary assignment

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on September 23rd, 1933 at Vancouver and Victoria.


Major and Mrs. W. C. Crane

Boarded at Victoria en route to Tokyo where Major Crane is the military attaché at the United States Embassy.

Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Pettitt

En route to Shanghai.

Mr. and Mrs. Alex F. Forbes

En route to Tientsin.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cathers

En route to Singapore.

His Highness the Gaekwar of Baroda

En route to India from Chicago.

B. A. Gaekwar

En route to India from Chicago.

Dr. P. M. Nanawatt

En route to India from Chicago.

Mrs. S. V. R. Crosby

Of Boston.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paine Jr.

Of Boston.

Professor M. Anesaki

Returning to Japan after attending the convention of the Institute of Pacific Relations at Banff.

Mrs. W. F. Benn

En route to Canton.

Captain and Mrs. E. B. Green

Former being Harbour Master at Shanghai.

Dr. G. B. Beebe

En route to manila.

M. T. Pressner

President of the Pressner Company of New York.

Dean and Mrs. S. Matthews

Of the University of Chicago.

Ronald Wilson

On a world trip.

Mrs. Anne D. Morris

Of New York.

Mrs. Marven B. Pool

Of Chicago.

Mrs. W. Bush

Of Chicago.

Ruth Bush

Of Chicago.

Caroline Bush

Of Chicago.

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