This is a photograph "taken at the Japanese Consulate, Antung [now Andong] during Sr. Susanna's visit. The Japanese Consul and his wife, Frs. Geselbracht and Walsh are in the background."; Rev. Geselbracht was born in Austin, IL. In 1919, after returning from service with the U.S. army in WWI, he joined Maryknoll, and war ordained in 1927. He was assigned to Fushun, Manchuria, where he is said to have developed superb skill in the Mandarin language. Ill health forced him to return to the U.S. in 1935. He returned in 1937 and was interned by the Japanese in 1941, and repatriated on the refugee ship Gripsholm in 1943. He returned to Manchuria in 1946 and was forced to leave by the Communists in 1947 and was expelled from China in 1950. He worked briefly in Taiwan and for a few years in the Philippines, returning to the U.S. in 1958. -- 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.