October 8 1932 - Notable Passengers

The EMPRESS OF ASIA, commanded by A. V. R. Lovegrove, began a Pacific crossing upon sailing from Vancouver on October 8th, 1932. 

A passenger list of 450 was reported.  Included were several groups of Canadian and British Priests and Nuns and Franciscan Friars who were travelling to Japan.

Notable passengers embarking aboard EMPRESS OF ASIA on October 8th, 1932 at Vancouver and Victoria.


Honourable H. M. Marler

Canadian Minister to Japan en route to Tokyo.

Honourable W. J. M. Watson-Armstrong.

Canadian Consul General for Siam en route to Bangkok.

Mrs. Sterling

Of London.

H. E. Stirling


M. Fraser


L. B. Stiles

Of Toronto, associated with the T. Eaton Company.

Carlos F. Roby

Of Cincinnati.

Mr. And Mrs. D’Arcy Stephens


Mr. And Mrs. F. Fowler

Of London

Captain R. M J. Martin

Assistant Police Commissioner, Shanghai.

F. H. Elliot

Associated with the A. L. Tucker Company, New York.

Lucy Chung

Of Minneapolis, en route to the University of Peking.

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