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Douglas P Falconer, Director of Services for UNRRA examines the first bolts of cloth to be comple...
Douglas P Falconer, Director of Services for UNRRA examines the first bolts of cloth to be completed from the raw cotton brought to China by UNRRA to rehabilitate the spinning industry and at the same time provide work relief projects
CNRRA /  493 Training of students in the operation of a heavy LeTourneau roadscraper as part of t...
CNRRA / 493 Training of students in the operation of a heavy LeTourneau roadscraper as part of the curriculum of the National Administration's Training Center at Chinan University
UNRRA agricultural rehabilitation officers inspect repair work on the Chien Tang dyke in Hangchow...
UNRRA agricultural rehabilitation officers inspect repair work on the Chien Tang dyke in Hangchow, an UNRRA conservancy project sponsored by the agricultural rehabilitation division
Pile driving on the Yellow River project
Pile driving on the Yellow River project
View of the barrow pits -- earth has been removed by coolie labour, for use in building the dyke ...
View of the barrow pits -- earth has been removed by coolie labour, for use in building the dyke on the Yellow River
Tough kaoliang stalks are gathered by coolies
Tough kaoliang stalks are gathered by coolies
Layers of brush and earth are neatly locked together by creosoted Oregon pine piles, driven into ...
Layers of brush and earth are neatly locked together by creosoted Oregon pine piles, driven into the alignment of the ancient dyke
Tough kaoliang stalks are weighted with rick to deflect the Yellow River's strong scouring curren...
Tough kaoliang stalks are weighted with rick to deflect the Yellow River's strong scouring current from the forward portion of the huge clay-fill dam
Oliver J Todd, of Palo Alto, Calif, UNRRA's Chief Advisory Yellow River Project Engineer, veteran...
Oliver J Todd, of Palo Alto, Calif, UNRRA's Chief Advisory Yellow River Project Engineer, veteran of nearly thirty years of engineering warfare against China's flooding, unpredictable rivers, discusses the work at the Lu Wang Fen limestone quarry
Honeycombed plain at the Yellow River Project from which thousands of tons have been removed to b...
Honeycombed plain at the Yellow River Project from which thousands of tons have been removed to build the earthen dam, (at left), with remaining gap to be bridged by a modern rock-fill, timber trestle dam (centre)
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