April 20 1929 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by A. J. Hailey, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on April 20th, 1929.

This would be the last Canadian Pacific Steamship sailing of the 1928-1929 winter schedule.

A passenger list with 68 First Class, 66 Second Class, 22 Third Class and 300 Steerage passengers was reported. 

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on April 20th, 1929 at Vancouver and Victoria.


Mrs. Frank Sugden

Associated with the Peiping-Mukden Railway.

W. G. Barney

Associated with the Asiatic Trading Company, Calcutta.

Lindsay Hoben

Of Milwaukee, on a world tour.

Paul Viau

Associated with Hiram Walker Company, en route to the Far East.

Mrs. W. S. Fallis

Associated with Sherwin-Williams paint Company.

L. Lockwood

Associated with Jardine Matheson Company in Shanghai.

F. P. Lachlan

Associated with Jardine Matheson Company in Shanghai.


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