February 10 1921 - Notable Passengers
The EMPRESS OF ASIA began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on February 10th, 1921.
The ship reported a passenger list of
over 700 and a cargo of 2,700 tons. The
cargo included 900 tons of spelter and 400 tons of flour.
On this voyage, W. S. Bosworth, Chairman of Canadian Pacific Overseas Services, led a party to the Far East.
Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on February 10th, 1921 at Vancouver and Victoria.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Bosworth
En route to the Far East.
Colonel and Mrs. W. de Burchell
Members of the Bosworth party en route to the Far East.
Mrs. D. A. Coles
Member of the Bosworth party en route to the Far East.
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