August 26 1920 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, under the command of A. J. Hailey, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on August 26th, 1920. 

A large passenger list estimated to be nearly 1,000 was reported.  Most hotels in Vancouver were booked to capacity by the influx of travelers.

The ship carried 440 First Class, 50 Second Class, 50 Third Class and about 450 Steerage passengers.

Included as passengers were many missionaries traveling to the Far East and India.

No other passenger information is available for this crossing.

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