This is a photograph "taken the day before Fr. Donovan was captured by bandits. Fr. John J. Walsh [right]-Japanese women visitor, Msgr. Lane on the left."; Born in Connecticut, Fr. Walsh came to Maryknoll in 1931 and was ordained to the priesthood in 1933. He was assigned to work in Japan but after six months transferred to Maryknoll's Japanese and Korean mission in Antung, Manchukuo where he served for eight years. During World War II he was interned by the Japanese and repatriated to the United States from Fushun, Manchukuo in 1942 aboard the 'Gripsholm'. In 1945 he worked with the Japanese in the relocation camp at Heart Mountain, Wyoming. He spent the rest of his days working in Japan and Korea. -- Born in Massachusetts, Bishop Lane came to Maryknoll in 1913 and was ordained to the priesthood in 1920. In 1923 he went to Hong Kong to become the procurator of that mission. Two years later he went north and inaugurated the Fushun mission in Manchuria. In 1932 Monsignor Lane was appointed Prefect Apostolic and in 1940 Vicar Apostolic. He was consecrated a Bishop in 1940. After Pearl Harbor, Bishop Lane was interned by the Japanese in Fushun. Within a year of prepatriation, Bishop Lane was elected to be the third Superior General of Maryknoll. His tenure led to the greatest expansion at home and abroad for Maryknoll. -- Born in Pennsylvania, Fr. Donovan was one of three brothers to come to Maryknoll. He was ordained in 1928 and was assigned to Wuchow, South China. Illness brought him to the United States where he taught latin and mathematics. In 1931 he was assigned to Fushun, Manchuria. In 1937 he was captured in his parish church by bandits. The Japanese officials, Chinese people and the American Consul made every effort to bring about the release of Fr. Donovan. His frozen remains were found about a mile and a half from the town of Huai-Jen. He had been strangled. His body was returned to Maryknoll for burial.