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Chief Steward of the 'Empress of Asia' (1913)
An informal portrait of two men on the port side of the Promenade Deck of the passenger liner 'Empress of Asia' (1913). The man in uniform is likely to be Mr T. J. Bridge, Chief Steward on the maiden voyage of the 'Empress of Asia'. The other man is perhaps another Canadian Pacific Railway Co employee, or the photographer's assistant. Both men are leaning against one of the Engelhardt collapsible lifeboats.
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- Image reference: G10733
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London