Shoulder poles are useful when the weight is too great for one man to manage alone.
Assembled gold placer dredge in the gold mining area at Taechon-ni.
A mill girl working a roving frame at the Woolen Worsted Spinning Mill, Masan. This machine stretches and twists the yarn. All the equipment in this mill was provided by UNKRA.
An aerial view of the UNKRA-built Woolen Dyeing and Finishing Plant at Masan. This mill, owned by the Shin Han Company, turns out 100,000 yards of quality finished cloth a month.
Sociologist Ruth Amsler, of CWS, who lived and worked with the people of the village while making a study of their ways of life, gets a lesson on yarn winding.
G.J. Brittingham, the UNKRA mining consultant at Changhang Smelter, holding a copper anthode before it goes for electrolytic refining.
The master switchboard at the coal preparation plant at Cholam which is attached to Kangwon Private Mine. The operator controls every stage in the operation from the tipping of the coal out of the mine cars onto the double deck screens for grading until the coal is finally placed in the storage bins. This installation is the first of its kind in Korea.
Taejon Vocational Training Centre.
Dominick Dinatale, UNKRA engineering consultant, and Kwon Hi Chul, Vice-principal, discuss plans for new buildings to house their expanding program of technical training for Korean boys.