February 7 1924 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on February 7th, 1924.  

The ship was held for several hours at Victoria in an unsuccessful attempt to rendezvous with three passengers whose journey by rail to Vancouver had been delayed by snow slides.

A passenger list of 350 was reported.

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on February 7th, 1924 at Vancouver and Victoria.


Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rasmussen

En route to China.

Karl A. John

Of Hamburg, Managing Director of the Karl A. John Steamship Company.

Sir Edward Crowe

En route from London to Tokyo.

S. E. McGregor

Of London en route to Shanghai.

Lieutenant-Colonel Russell Brown

En route to Shanghai.

O. Strome

Of Keokuk, Indiana en route to Shanghai.

Thomas Stebbins

Of Boston.

Henry Holljes

Of Baltimore, on a world trip.

E. Hospes

Of the Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited office at Yokohama.

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