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Photo 7548

One of the six operating rooms at the new $4.4 million National Medical Center in Seoul, Korea. The Center, which was dedicated on 2 October 1958, was established through the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) aid program under a project carried out jointly by UNKRA, the Korean Government and the Governments of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

Photo 7550

Private ward at the new $4.4 million Medical Center in Seoul, Korea. The Center has a total of 462 beds located in a new, seven-story ward building. Most of these are in six-bed public wards, however, there are also a number of semi-private and private wards. The Center was established through the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) aid program under a project carried out jointly by UNKRA, the Korean Government and the Governments of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

Photo 7546

Part of the modern X-ray equipment at the new $4.4 million National Medical Center in Seoul, Korea. The Center's modern X-ray department is equipped with eight stationary X-ray machines. It also has four transportable machines like the one shown in the right of the picture. The Center, which was dedicated on 2 October 1958, was established through the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) aid program under a project carried out jointly by UNKRA, the Korean Government and the Governments of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

Photo 7330

A modern new movie studio and sound stage that will allow the Republic of Korea Office of Public Information to turn out better documentary, educational and information-type films, was dedicated today in Seoul. The new studio, a two-story structure 140 feet long by 40 feet wide was built with the help of the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA), which furnished materials valued at $30,000 as a special project in the $147 million United Nations programme of economic assistance to the Republic of Korea.

Photo 7298

A portable eight-inch suction dredge provided by the United Nations Korean Reconstruction Agency (UNKRA) to help improve the Republic of Korea's rivers and for flood control work has begun test operations at Yoida, an island in the Han River at Seoul. UNKRA purchased the dredge and accessory equipment for the Government from the Ellicott Machine Corporation, Baltimore, Maryland at a total cost of $87,500. Designed especially for land reclamation and channel clearance work, the dredge has an output capacity of from 60 to 120 cubic yards an hour, depending on the material being dredged, and can pump heavy material to a distance of 1,000 feet and lighter materials up to 2,000 feet.

Photo 6925

A curious by-product of the foundry are slag bricks made form molten slag poured into moulds. The bricks (stacked behind) measure approximately eight by four by two inches and are used in all construction work on the foundry. They weigh about 9 pounds and are very durable. The production is 150,000 bricks per month dependent on the weather as they cannot be made under wet or snowy conditions. Bricks not needed for smelter construction work are sold for 70 hwan each.

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