UNRRA agricultural rehabilitation officers visit the Chien Tang Dyke repair project at Hangchow during the inspection tour of the area made by Edwin R Henson, UNRRA agricultural rehabilitation director from the administration's Washington headquarters
Transporting earth from the barrow pits for use on the dyke project of the Yellow River
Pile driving on the Yellow River project
Men are using a time old method of driving piles to hold earth and the brush safety barrier which will hold until permanent repairs to the ancient rock sea wall [are] completed
Layers of brush and earth are neatly locked together by creosoted Oregon pine piles, driven into the alignment of the ancient dyke
Limestone rock, blasted from the Lu Wang Fen quarry, 55 miles from Chengchow, Honan, China, is dumped from a CNRRA Highway Transport truck at the forward point of the broad earthen dam
Aerial view of Yellow River Project at Chengchow, Honan, China, looking south along earthen dyke and wide mudflats caused by yearly Yellow River floods
CNRRA / 669 Part of the 49 members of the Brethren Service Unit, a voluntary group working with UNRRA's agricultural rehabilitation program, is shown here.
C. Togo Sturdivant, left, UNRRA farm machinery specialist, and R.W. Cooper, center, superintendent of the tractor and equipment assembly plant at Point Island, Shanghai, check farm tractors as they are loaded ...
Otha Wolf, Brethren Service Unit volunteer from Bunker Hill, Indiana, supervises repairs one of his Chinese students is making on an UNRRA-supplied tractor at the UNRRA-sponsored tractor training project in Kiangsi Province in South China