September 3 1938 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by George Goold, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on September 3rd, 1938. 

A passenger list of 350 was reported.

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on September 3rd, 1938 at Vancouver and Victoria.

J. H. Green

Associated with Thomas Cook & Son enroute to the Far East.

Dr. G. D. Beebe

En route from Los Angeles to Manila.

Homer B. Pippen

Associated with the Standard Vacuum Oil Company, Hong Kong.

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pikes

Associated with the Firestone Rubber Company of Akron, Ohio, en route to Shanghai.

E. W, Walker

Associated with the Firestone Rubber Company.

R. L. Allen

Associated with the Firestone Rubber Company.

Mr., and Mrs. Gerald Bell

Associated with the Canadian Mission to Western China, travelling to China.

Neil Bell

Associated with the Canadian Mission to Western China, travelling to China.

Max Kleenan

Associated with Kleenanís Limited of London, en route to Japan

Major and Mrs. E. F. Hogg

Of Hong Kong.

Frank H. Burden

Associated with the Export Leaf Tobacco Company, North Carolina.

Hazel Henderson.

Of Vancouver en route to Shameen, Canton to work in a hospital.

 

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